Interpretation Seminar Advancing Technologies in the Evaluation of Esophageal Manometry and Reflux Testing
Physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other eligible health care professionals
charged with reading and interpreting esophageal motility (manometry and impedance / manometry) and reflux
(acid (pH) and impedance/pH) testing.
This new one and half day seminar is design to expand the attendee's understanding of the normal and abnormal diagnostic test. Reading and interpretation strategies utilize lecture and review of actual tracings. High Resolution Impedance Manometry (including a discussion of Chicago Classifications), acid (pH) procedures are used to develop an understanding of the clinical manifestations of the abnormalities of the esophagus.
Introductory lecture reviewing the basics of the anatomy and physiology of the esophagus
Utilizing ClouseVIEW for analyzing and interpreting both normal and abnormal High Resolution Impedance Manometry studies
Understand how to read and interpret normal and abnormal High Resolution Impedance Manometry studies
Manometric and impedance interpretation overview reviews actual tracings by Dr. Castell. Utilization
of numerous examples help the user understand the hiatal hernia patient, those with achalasia, distal
esophageal spasm, ineffective esophageal motility and other abnormalities seen by the practicing physician
Reflux testing is dedicated to discussing the acid (pH) and impedance/pH studies and the
interpretation of these studies
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20% discount for groups of 4 or more from the same facility.