The incidence of lower limb amputation due to vascular disorders has grown steadily over the years, but the tide is turning. Advances in revascularization will make a dramatic difference in patient treatment in the months ahead by decreasing the need for amputation.
Play a role in this important, life-changing trend when you gain the knowledge you need to stop critical limb ischemia in its tracks.
The AMPutation Prevention Symposium is "The CLI Meeting" of the year! This four-day event will evolutionize the way physicians approach critical limb ischemia and the related problems that otherwise could result in limb loss.
The symposium draws over 600 specialists, including vascular surgeons, general surgeons, cardiologists, interventional cardiologists, general medicine/primary care physicians, interventional radiologists, podiatrists, wound care specialists, nurses, vascular technologists, and cardiac catheterization laboratory team members.
This year, SALSAL (Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation) and ACCWS (The American College of Clinical Wound Specialists) will have meeting tracks at AMP, which will add more depth to the program and result in a larger group of attendees for you to target.