High Resolution Manometry (HRM)
Learn about the advantages of High-Resolution Manometry (HRM) and understand indications for esophageal motility testing using HRM, during this online webinar.
Thursday, November 2, 2017
3:00 PM – 4:30 PM CET
The highlights of this training module are:
- Common indications for performing motility studies
- Application of HRM in clinical practice, a typical clinical motility protocol shall be described
- Case-based examples of motility disorders and their clinical relevance, e.g. review and curve interpretation of achalasia and distal esophageal spasm
- Classification of esophageal dysmotility and dysfunction
After the completion of this training module, participants shall be able to:
- Understand the advantages of High-Resolution Manometry (HRM)
- Understand the indications for esophageal motility testing using HRM
- Identify protocols to be followed in performing a clinical motility study
- Interpret HRM results using published analysis criteria
On request a specific clinical study submitted by the participant can be discussed during the web seminar. Please contact LABORIE at least two weeks before start of the webinar: email@example.com.
Physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physicians assistants and other health care professionals.
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ABOUT DR. BREDENOORD
Dr. Albert J (Arjan) Bredenoord graduated in Medicine from Antwerp University, Belgium. He worked as a research fellow on projects on upper GI physiology at Utrecht University, where he obtained his PhD. He performed his clinical GI training in Utrecht and in the Royal London Hospital.
Currently, he works as a Gastroenterologist Consultant at the Amsterdam Medical Center and associate editor of the journal Neurogastroenterology and Motility. His primary research focus is on oesophageal physiology and pathophysiology, on which he has published over 100 papers and book chapters. He is a pioneer in impedance monitoring and high-resolution manometry and founding member of the HRM consensus group.Register