Omega will be in Denver, CO this week attending the 13th Annual Rocky Mountain Interventional Endoscopy Course. The course will run for three days at Anschutz Medical Campus, and is sponsored by University of Colorado School of Medicine. We are proud to be attending with our partner, Core Medical Imaging. The course will be directed by some of the top names in Endoscopy, Dr. Brian Brauer, Dr. Paul Fockens, and Dr. Raj Shah. There will also be a large faculty in attendance, among those doctors includes Dr. Steve Edmundowicz and Dr. Dayna Early. This year’s course will offer three programs; GI Nurse Program, Fellows Advanced Endoscopy Program, and the Main Course and Workshop.
The Learning Objectives:
- Improve the performance of ERCP and EUS by understanding established and emerging therapeutic techniques and technologies to optimize success, reduce adverse events, and enhance outcomes for benign and malignant pancreatic and biliary disorders.
- Implement the best endoscopic treatment strategies for patients with Barrett’s esophagus and colon polyps and understand the importance of the role of new techniques and technologies to expand non-surgical treatment options.
- Integrate practice guidelines and expert opinion in the identification and treatment of autoimmune pancreatitis and the prevention and management of post-ERCP pancreatitis.
- Diagnose difficult to visualize polyps and treat challenging polyps along with improved recognition of adverse events to optimize treatment, manage both endoscopic and surgical adverse events, and identify surgically altered GI anatomy to enhance outcomes.
Visitors to our booth will be able to learn about Omega’s e-View ERCP Imaging System. The e-View is the leader in fluoroscopy systems dedicated to therapeutic endoscopy such as ERCPs. Omega and Core have worked together to install numerous systems, and the e-View has become known as the Gold Standard among the advanced endoscopy industry.