Why Exhibit at ISHLT2019


ISHLT2019 is the can't-miss event of the year for healthcare professionals, who, in their daily work, are dedicated to improving the care of patients with advanced heart or lung disease. The Society’s preeminent meeting of the year delivers the most sought-after research and latest technologies – all while advocating for improved patient care within the field. Through encouraging and stimulating research and promoting new therapeutic strategies, ISHLT2019 offers the platform to share their vast experience and expertise through invited lectures, symposia, research presentations, scientific content, and networking opportunities.

There's no better way to capture the attention of key influencers than in the ISHLT2019 Exhibit Hall - consistently rated a participant favorite. Exhibitors at ISHLT2019 will interact directly with influential leaders who are passionate about keeping up with all the latest technologies, treatments and products. ISHLT has designed the exhibition to center around our exhibitors providing the latest updates on products, services, and equipment pertinent to the fields of mechanical circulatory support, heart and lung transplantation, advanced heart and lung disease, transplant related infectious diseases, pulmonary hypertension, and other related diseases and therapies.  
Don't miss out, reserve your booth at ISHLT2019 today and start making plans to join close to 4,000 participants in Orlando, Florida.


Based on past attendance and current trends, we anticipate ISHLT2019 will draw approximately 4,000 total attendees, including 3,500 healthcare practitioners from various specialty groups and geographic locations. Check out these figures to get an idea of the diversity of our membership, our typical meeting participant and more! 

 69% North America
 20% East/West Europe
 5% Australia/Asia
 2% South/Latin America
 4% All other countries
 27% Cardiologists
 20% Cardiothoracic Surgeons
 12% Allied Health Professionals
 9% Pulmonologists
 6% Research
 4% Pharmacy
 22% Other