Omega Medical Exhibiting at the Rocky Mountain Interventional Endoscopy Course

Omega Medical Imaging will be exhibiting at the 12th Annual Rocky Mountain Interventional Endoscopy Course next week in Denver, CO. The Rocky Mountain Interventional Endoscopy 2015 Course offers the following programs for Gastroenterologists, Gastrointestinal Surgeons, and Gastrointestinal Nurses:

GI Nurses Program – Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Fellows Advanced Endoscopy Programs – Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Rocky Mountain Interventional Endoscopy Main Course and Workshop – Thursday-Friday, February 12-13, 2015
RMIE 2015 Learning Objectives include:

  • Improve the performance of ERCP and EUS by understanding established and emerging therapeutic techniques and technologies to optimize success, reduce complications, and enhance outcomes for benign and malignant pancreatic and biliary disorders.
  • Implement the best endoscopic treatment strategies for patients with Barrett’s esophagus and Inflammatory Bowel Disease 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 small bowel disorders such as bleeding vascular malformations, inflammatory bowel disease, ulcers, and neoplasms using imaging and endoscopic modalities.
  • Diagnose difficult to visualize polyps and treat challenging polyps along with enhancing recognition of early signs of complications to improve treatment and outcomes.

Omega Medical Imaging is the premier provider of the world’s only fluoroscopic system solely dedicated to therapeutic endoscopy such as ERCP.  Omega has  installed numerous e-View ERCP Imaging Systems in the field and have amassed a “Who’s Who” of advanced endoscopy customers.

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