Gradian is thrilled to be a sponsor of the highly-anticipated All Africa Anesthesia Congress (AAAC) taking place from September 7-11, 2022. This year, representatives from over 50 African countries will be gathering in Kigali, Rwanda to discuss the most pressing topics in anesthesia and critical care.
After a long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re excited to be returning in-person to this exceptional convening aimed to address issues healthcare providers face around the world. Given our commitment to ensuring that healthcare providers have access to the highest-quality technology and training, we’re excited to be hosting several training events and showcasing new product offerings during AAAC 2022.
Gradian CEO Lina Sayed, COO Dave Ettl, Managing Director of Africa Kenneth Otieno, and other members of Gradian’s engineering and clinical training teams will be in attendance to showcase and demonstrate the use of our new products and answer questions about anesthesia, oxygen therapy, and critical care.
Please stop by one of our Gradian booths (P1, 21, 22, 23, OS24) or attend one of our events:
- Plenary Talk by Lina Sayed, CEO of Gradian Health Systems at on Thursday, September 8 from 8:30-8:40 (Room 00)
- Workshop: The Role of Critical Training in the Product Ecosystem on Thursday, September 8 from 11:45-12:30 (Room 03)
To learn more about the All Africa Anesthesia Congress 2022, please visit: https://aaac2022kigali.com/
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