Qualiteam exhibits at NTI 2014 Critical Care Exposition in Denver, CO

May 17, 2014

Qualiteam exhibits at NTI 2014 Critical Care Exposition in Denver, CO

Qualiteam will exhibit at the National Teaching Institute & Critical Care Exposition 2014 in Denver, Colorado from Tuesday May 20 to Thursday May 22. The NTI is the premier conference for high acuity and critical care nurses.
Over 7000 nurses are expected to attend and we will be there with all our postoperative care products. 

Come by our booth n. 2243 to have a look at our dedicated products for sternotomy patients and our unique tri-band postoperative support for critical abdominal surgery
We will also show our full range of postoperative products for other types of surgery. 

This year we will have a special new little surprise for the nurses that come by our booth so if you are attending the conference remember to come visit Qualiteam at booth number 2243.

Let us know with a comment if you are coming by. 

 

 





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