International Lymphedema Framework

AIROS Medical, Inc., a medical technology manufacturer and designer specializing in compression therapy, today announced it will present its line of compression therapy devices and garments at the 9th International Lymphedema Framework (ILF) Conference. The event, co-hosted with the American Lymphedema Framework Project (ALFP), will be held at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago, Illinois, from June 13-15, 2019.

Over 1,000 healthcare professionals, patients, researchers, and medical device and diagnostics entities are expected to attend. The goal of the conference is to, “achieve a greater awareness of the condition and treatment throughout the world, and to ensure that lymphedema becomes a priority on the national health care agenda everywhere,” according to the ILF and ALFP scientific committee.

AIROS Medical will demonstrate its AIROS 6 and AIROS 8 devices, as well as its line of compression garments.

“We look forward to discussing the treatment of lymphatic disorders with some of the top lymphedema therapists and industry personnel in the world,” says Gerald Makoid, CEO and president of AIROS Medical. “We have received excellent feedback from clinicians, patients, and durable medical equipment suppliers since launching our device line last year. We are thrilled to demonstrate our technology’s features and patient benefits to a new audience at this prestigious international event.

AIROS Medical will be in booth C06/C08 at the conference. Private demonstrations are available upon request. Please contact AIROS Medical at 1-866-991-6956 to schedule a time at the event.

For more information about the International Lymphedema Framework, please visit www.lympho.org.

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Darren Behuniak

Darren is a co-founder of AIROS Medical and serves as Vice President of Operations & Marketing. His key responsibilities include: Purchasing & Inventory Management, Product Strategy & Development, Marketing & Sales Alignment, and FDA Regulatory Compliance & Quality Support.