DAY 2 | Conference
7 a.m. | Sign-in and breakfast
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. | Conference
Lunch is included | up to 6.5 CEU credits
Learn about a variety of endoscopy-related topics. In addition to hands-on learning, participants will become familiar with what to do when cancer is found, managing complications, scope anatomy and processing, advanced sedation and electrocautery.
R. Scott Nelson, DO, provides a step-by-step overview of a cancer diagnosis to surgical intervention. Beneficial for anyone caring for patients to increase knowledge and improve the ability to answer patient and family questions.
Adam Mougey, MD, provides an overview of complications that can occur during medical procedures.
Kristie Briggs, RN, from ERBE discusses the basics and applications of electrocautery and Argon Plasma Coagulation (APC) in the endoscopy suite.
Jennifer Zeck, consultant and expert resource on various aspects of infection prevention and control, and sterilization and disinfection, instructs on the importance of cleaning and processing scopes to maintain safe practices and prevent super bugs.
Asante’s simulation lab will be open for a didactic class on advanced sedation as well as instructive and hands-on education for participants to work through scenarios as a team in a supportive and learning environment.
Anatomy of a Scope
Patrick Doherty with Boston Scientific gives a detailed description of an endoscope. Learn the inner workings of our most-used piece of equipment.
Clipping and Burning
Mckenzie Kruger with Boston Scientific discuss how to manage hemostasis during endoscopy.
Education and hands-on learning in Asante’s simulation lab for treatment of esophageal varices.
Conference sponsored by Asante, Boston Scientific and ERBE.