Qualiteam exhibits at AATS 2014 in Toronto, Canada
It is with great pleasure that we are exhibiting once again at the upcoming American Association for Thoracic Surgery (AATS) annual meeting from April 26 to 30 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto, ON, Canada, where some of the best science in this specialty will be presented.
We will have a gorgeous new booth where we'll show our main products for cardiac and thoracic surgery QualiBreath - Sternum and thorax support, QualiBra Advanced - Breast and sternum support, their accessories, and our other product lines.
Here is a sneak preview of our products in the booth: QualiBreath on the left, QualiBra Advanced on the right and in the middle a video showing the use of QualiBreath.
Our booth number is 1426.
Be sure to come by the exhibition centre and visit our booth for an in depth view at our products and how they can help cardiac and thoracic patients recover from their surgeries.
Come get a piece of heart healthy chocolate as well, we always have them at our booth!
Let us know with a comment if you are coming by.
We hope to see you at booth number 1426.
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