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ANESTHESIOLOGY™ 2014 - Annual Meeting of the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) CME

October 11-15, 2014
New Orleans, Louisiana 70112, United States
Each year, more than 15,000 attendees from over 90 countries gather to learn about the latest bench and clinical science, technology, and ground-breaking advances in anesthesiology. The ANESTHESIOLOGY™ 2014 annual meeting is a five-day event that brings together anesthesiologists from all over the globe and offers over 500 educational sessions presented by thought-leaders in the specialty. It is intended for physician anesthesiologists, residents and medical students and others interested in the specialty of anesthesiology who are seeking cutting-edge science and technological developments, networking opportunities and learning from the best and brightest in the field.
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