We had a successful showing at The Southern Association for Vascular Surgery’s (SAVS) 45th Annual Meeting in Scottsdale at the end of last month. This hybrid event included a virtual and live event, and was the first in-person conference we’ve attended since March of last year.
“The entire SAVS team did an excellent job, especially during these difficult times,” said Gerald Makoid, AIROS Medical president & CEO. “We were able to engage with some of the top vascular surgeons in the country, both in-person and through the virtual exhibit hall. We look forward to working with this organization and these physicians again in the future.”
Due to COVID-19 safety protocols, a limited number of exhibitors and attendees were allowed to participate in the live sessions and exhibit hall. However, the virtual exhibit hall featured even more vascular surgeons interested in learning more about the exhibitors’ products, including our compression therapy devices. The conference spanned three days.
The Southern Association for Vascular Surgery, founded in 1976, is a vascular surgical organization established to promote the art and science of peripheral vascular surgery. It is comprised of over 500 members primarily from Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington DC. Association members are invited and selected on the basis of their surgical competence and professional merit.
To learn more about the organization, please visit https://savs.org.
Our team has its sights set on various wound care, lymphedema, oncology, breast cancer, and vascular conferences this year. However, the persistence of the COVID-19 pandemic will dictate which of these events can be hosted in-person. Please contact us directly with interest in any of these events on our radar.