🗓 Wednesday, July 20, 2022 | 🕐 14:00-15:30 CEST | 🌐 Online
Why join us?
Pancreatic cancer is the 12th most common cancer worldwide and can is renowned for being difficult to diagnose early. It is therefore essential that we dedicate time to developing our understanding of the subject, and learn how to best utilize the latest technological innovations in the field.
The program of the meeting has been carefully curated to raise further awareness of the importance of tissue sampling, technique and handling of pancreatic cysts and biliary lesions, and how specialized devices can improve the accuracy of diagnostic rates.
From exploring the role of physicians, nurses, and pathologists, to examining the potential that specific devices wield in improving diagnostic results - this event provides an excellent opportunity to discuss important developments in the endoscopic world.
The program will also focus on issues such as what a hospital requires to set up an evaluation process and why ROSE is important. Desktop demos of Histoguide, Infinity and Moray will also be presented - outlining how device attributes and technology have and will impact sampling. Find out why sample localisation and tissue size are key to diagnostics, and discover the answer to some of the most common queries on biliary strictures while receiving some technical tips on how to improve tissue sampling from some of the most experienced medical professionals working in the endoscopic field.
Watch, learn, and be inspired by our expert faculty as they share their insights and expertise through a series of live case studies, demonstrations, and discussions that are broadcast directly to your screen, wherever you are in the world.
The Course is complimentary and it will be held in the English language