Upper GI endoscopy: Inside a dog it’s too dark to read

Speaker: Ed Hall

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Upper GI endoscopy: Inside a dog it’s too dark to read


Flexible GI endoscopy is becoming an affordable procedure for many practices, and yet it requires attainment of a skill where opportunities for formal training are lacking. This webinar will explain the important technical specifications to look for when purchasing an endoscope. Then, using videos and still images, how to perform gastroscopy and pass the pylorus and obtain biopsies will be explained, and the appearance of normal and the more common abnormalities illustrated

 

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Upper GI endoscopy: “Inside a dog it’s too dark to read”

By the end of the webinar, delegates should have an understanding of:

· How to choose a suitable endoscope for GI endoscopy

· The indications for upper gastrointestinal endoscopy

· Methods for intubating and examining the upper GI tract

· The endoscopic appearance of the upper GI tract in health and disease

· Methods for biopsying the upper GI tract