Omega to Exhibit at Florida Digestive Diseases Update Dec 4-5

The Orlando Health Digestive Health Institute will host the Florida Digestive Diseases Update on December 4-5 at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Kissimmee, Florida (just south of Orlando).

This symposium will include clinically relevant information within an educational environment designed for optimal learning.

The increasing pace of inventions and innovations makes mastery of knowledge a challenge when it comes to digestive disorders. But that knowledge is essential for delivering state-of-the-art care. Through a combination of instructional presentations and interactive case-based discussions, internationally recognized faculty will provide insight into six frequently encountered clinical areas:

  • Motility Disorders
  • Liver Diseases
  • Functional Bowel Disorders
  • Luminal Diseases
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Diagnostic and Therapeutic Challenges in the Pancreas and Bile Duct

Omega will be available to discuss the E-View.AI image-guided interventional endoscopy system. The E-View.AI is the only lab designed with features exclusively developed for ERCP and image-guided endoscopic GI procedures. The System is the only ERCP fluoro system proven to reduce radiation exposure by up to 84%

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