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 2013 Vascular Annual Meeting

​​The Vascular Annual Meeting®, considered the premier meeting on vascular health, was held May 30 - June 1, 2013 in San Francisco. The meeting, presented by the Society for Vascular Surgery​®, offered continuing education credit through extensive programming, and featured networking opportunities, exhibits, and more. The 2013 event posted the fourth largest attendance in Vascular Annual Meeting history, with 1,503 professionals, 1,231 exhibitors, suppliers and guests for total attendance of 2,734.

Thank you for attending the Vascular Annual Meeting. Claim CME credits by visiting the VAM CME System.
 
Photos from the Vascular Annual Meeting are now available. Photos can be purchased in several different formats: email, CD, or print.

 

SVS Corporate Partners
The Society for Vascular Surgery would like to thank the following companies for their support of the 2013 Vascular Annual Meeting and participation in the SVS Corporate Partners Program.

 

Platinum Circle
Cook Medical
Gore & Associates, Inc.
Medtronic, Inc.

 

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Gold Circle
Abbott Vascular
Boston Scientific Corporation

 

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Silver Circle
Atrium Medical Corporation
Cordis®, A Johnson & Johnson company

 

 

Bronze Circle
Bolton Medical
Cardiovascular Systems, Inc.
Covidien
Endologix, Inc.
KCI
Sanofi Biosurgery

 

 

Posted June 2013 

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