Drager

Dra·ger

(drā'gĕr),
Glenn A., U.S. neurologist, 1917-1967. See: Shy-Drager syndrome.

Drä·ger

(drā'gĕr),
Heinrich, German manufacturer of industrial and diving respiratory apparatus and anesthesia machines, 1847-1917. See: Dräger respirometer.
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WINNER Drager is an international leader in medical and safety technology, employing 13,500 people in more than 190 countries around the world.
Fifty of the Drager DrugTest 5000 drug-screening devices - considered the best on the market - are used at the roadside and 86 are in Garda stations.
Shangri-La Barr Al Jissah-Al Husn general manager Milan Drager said at the press conference: "As a guest when you check in, you can download the app and we can communicate with you during your stay at the resort from July 2017 onwards.
Drager Drugtest 5000 devices will be used to examine saliva for cannabis, cocaine, opiates and benzodiazepines.
For additional information, please contact the program chairpersons: Aryeh Drager, Colorado State University (e-mail: aryeh.
I was proud to be honored, but it was an award to Drager.
To extend the useable work time of the current breathing apparatus, a mine rescue vehicle, the MRV 9000, was developed in cooperation with Drager.
The Drager DrugTest 5000 was selected by the Medical Bureau of Road Safety as its preferred device.
Editors Saling, Drager, and Stupin present a collection of academic articles and scholarly papers focused on the history of the emerging field of perinatal medicine.
INTERNATIONAL safety and medical solutions provider Drager has promoted a longstanding member of the team to the role of marketing manager for plant safety operations (PSO) and application-driven markets (ADM).
com)-- Every year, Drager invites 100 of its top-performing suppliers to its meeting and awards ceremony held in Lubeck, Germany.
org or contact Kris Drager, AFS, at 800-537-4237 or exhibits@metalcastingcongress.