pH-impedance in Practice
17 October 2019, 8:30 am–5:30 pm
17 October 2019 – The main aim of this course is to support physicians and nurses to develop their skills and understand both the clinical application and indications for reflux monitoring with the pH-impedance study. In the practical session the trainees will have the opportunity for hands-on analysis, to read and report on a variety of case studies. The attendees will then be able to discuss and compare their findings with the trainers.
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UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health30 Guilford StreetLondonWC1N 1EHUnited Kingdom
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- Who should attend?
- Physicians (paediatricians, gastroenterologists)
- GI physiologists
This course is limited to 15 participants.
- What topics will be covered?
- Gastroesophageal reflux in children – short introduction
- Preparation of the patient and pH-impedance equipment
- Practical tips for the trace analysis
- Case studies – hands-on analysis
- What you will learn by the end of the course?
- What is pH-impedance and when to do it.
- How to prepare your patient and the equipment
- How to analyse the study and make the final conclusion
- Practical tips on pH-impedance analysis
- Fees and Registration
All delegates must register and pay on-line in advance of the course; the place is confirmed once the payment is processed successfully.
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This course is supported by Nutricia and Mead Johnson.