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4th Annual Amputation Prevention Symposium

August 14-16, 2014
Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, Illinois

Thank you to our attendees, faculty and supporters for making AMP 2014 such a success!
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4th Annual Amputation Prevention Symposium

August 14-16, 2014
Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, Illinois

"THE CLI MEETING"

The Amputation Prevention Symposium (AMP)

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.

CME evaluations are now available. Please ensure you complete your evaluations by September 8, 2014.
CME Evaluations  
This year's AMP Symposium will be held in downtown Chicago's Palmer House Hilton Hotel, just steps from several attractions, shopping, theatres and parks. Read more...
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Attendees can gain hands-on training of the latest therapeutic options at multiple workshops during the Symposium. View the 2014 program

Program

View our full and daily program agendas as well as our confirmed faculty.

Program Agenda
Faculty Listing
Conference Brochure

CME Evaluations

CME evaluations are now available. Please ensure you complete your evaluations by September 8, 2014.

2014 CME Evaluation Form
2014 SVU CME Evaluation Form

Exhibitors/Supporters

Become an exhibitor/supporter and play a role in this important event.

Exhibitor/Supporter Information
Exhibitor/Supporter Space Application
Exhibitor Service Center


The Amputation Prevention Symposium has an impressive history: Eighty-three percent of physicians who attended recently and completed a three-month post-conference impact survey reported a change in how they manage patients and 67 percent reported a change in patient outcomes. Led by a course director who has established a model hospital-based amputation prevention program, the Amputation Prevention Symposium promises a revolution in the way physicians approach critical limb ischemia and related problems that otherwise could end in the heartbreak of limb loss.



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