Join us for the 22nd International Symposium on Pancreatic & Biliary Endoscopy

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January 5, 2015

Join us January 29-February 1, 2015 at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles for the 22nd International Symposium on Pancreatic & Biliary Endoscopy.

Under the direction of Simon Lo, MD, David Carr-Locke, MB, BChir, and Jong H. Moon, MD, PhD, the symposium will provide an intensive and comprehensive review of pancreatic and biliary endoscopy for gastroenterologists, gastroenterology fellows and gastroenterology nurses in attendance.

This year’s program will feature live ERCP procedure demonstrations, allowing participants to witness the different equipment used to treat various pancreatic and biliary conditions. In addition, the program offers 22 clinically coherent and carefully chosen didactic topics, including current literature review with ample time for questions and discussion throughout the program.

As an exhibiting sponsor at the symposium we invite you to come by our table and learn more about the e-view MP Fluoro System, the best in ERCP guidance. From the integrated C-arm, table, and imaging system to top of line scatter radiation protection – the e-view MP delivers best in class performance in a completely integrated solution.

Optimized specifically for guidance in ERCP and GI procedures, the e-view MP offers intuitive solutions to meet the unique needs of interventional endoscopy.

  • Scatter Radiation Protection 360° lead shielding protection on image detector and below table for unmatched protection for doctors and staff.
  • Specialized ERCP Table with 10 way motorized motions. Only motorized ERCP table on the market available with full 800 lbs capacity and 30 inches wide.
  • Rotating C-Arm can be easily turned +/- 90 degrees out of the way toward the head or foot of the table. Full 360 degree access to the patient for emergencies, non-Fluor studies, and ease of patient loading.
  • Fully Motorized C-Arm and Table are integrated and controlled from a single convenient panel. Ease of draining, patient positioning and superior imaging.

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