Positively Influencing Cost AND Outcomes in Limb Salvage Treatment
A Conference for Every Member of the Team
Highly regarded as one of the world’s finest limb salvage events, DLS brings together the most eminent lower limb specialists for an unforgettable meeting. In its 8th year, the DLS conference equips each member of the health care team with the education and resources needed to heal wounds and prevent amputations.
It features didactic lectures, hands-on workshops, specialty symposia, and live surgical cases to provide an interactive learning experience. Benefit from an educational program that brings scientific data alive and moves it from the podium to the treatment room to improve your patient outcomes.
Full Three-Day (Thursday-Saturday) Education Agenda with Live Lectures, Presentations, Panel Discussions and Interactive Q&A Sessions
Live Limb Salvage Cases from MedStar Georgetown University Hospital ORs and Cath Lab
Expanded Vascular Program
Poster Abstracts Authors’ Session
Thursday Tour of MedStar Georgetown University Hospital Center for Wound Healing
Gloves-On Cadaver Workshops
We invite you to be a part of this substantial continuing medical education event that will draw more than 1,000 delegates to the JW Marriott in Washington, DC on October 9-11, 2014.
For three full days, your exhibit will be seen by diabetes and wound healing specialists, vascular surgeons, podiatric surgeons, plastic surgeons, FPs, infectious disease specialists - the entire limb salvage team. The intimate venue of the JW Marriott and organized layout means your booth will be seen and your representatives will be heard.
In previous years, DLS space has sold out and is expected to again this year. That's because this medical conference is a first-class one that is tailored to meet your marketing needs through extended face time with decision makers, a large and interested audience, affordable exhibit space with high-profile support options, and opportunities for side symposia and workshop participation. Your company reps will also enjoy interactions with decision makers during breakfasts, breaks, lunches and the opening reception held in exhibit areas with plasma screens broadcasting the education sessions live.