Exhibitor Opportunities

A Message to our Exhibitors

The Sanctuary of Endovascular Therapies (SET) has established itself as one of the premier endovascular meetings. The Symposium provides vascular surgeons, interventional radiologists, cardiologists, podiatrists, and allied health professionals a unique interactive program with the most current information and treatment options for endovascular disease.

This three-day event will feature presentations from world-renowned specialists with an emphasis on the latest advances, changing concepts and new techniques in endovascular treatments. Our faculty brings diverse specialty backgrounds that will provide a unique perspective.

The Sanctuary of Endovascular Therapies meeting continues to deliver a great educational experience with many exciting ideas that promise to create an enjoyable and interactive environment. Join us for an unforgettable experience on Kiawah Island where the endovascular world comes together.


The Sanctuary of Endovascular Therapies (SET) is dedicated to furthering research, supporting education, and enhancing expertise in peripheral vascular and endovascular disease.

SET is a non-profit medical foundation. Our population consists of physicians, hospitals, medical, pharmaceutical companies, and all professionals involved in this field. Our organization creates the opportunity of quality education at an affordable cost for those in the industry. The mission of SET is to improve and increase health and safety efforts. Through your participation and attendance, we are able to strengthen the infrastructure of our specialty -- one patient at a time.


  • Discuss diagnostic and treatment for carotid artery, aortic aneurysms, thoracic artery grafts, and peripheral arterial/venous diseases
  • Describe the nuances of vascular anatomy as they relate to case selection
  • Compare current and future medical, surgical, and endovascular treatment options for infrainguinal interventions
  • View identification and management strategies for complications following endovascular revascularization
  • Analyze areas in need of clinical and translational research to advance the care of complex patients with vascular disease


For additional information about exhibiting or to create a custom package please contact:

Julie Vissers
Well-Assembled Meetings
503-635-4761  x117 or julie@wellassembled.com

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