Techniques for the non-invasive evaluation of liver damage have changed markedly over the past few years.
This one day training will provide state of the art information and guidance on how best to utilise these tools within clinical practice in the participants’ own settings.
During this meeting a formalised film will be produced of Fibro Scan use for distribution.
The information I got at this meeting and training practice in Fibroscan will help me in patient treatment.
Filmed at the Minimally Invasive Liver Assessment Techniques Training London, this video gives an explanation of how to use the Fibroscan, as displayed at the meeting. Participants took turns on using the scanner and being the subject of the scan. The training was lead by Sanjay Bhagani.
It was excellent, a lot of knowledge with a fun time by professional people. Thank you and keep going!
All lecturers were very helpful, especially being a smaller group and easier to ask a question and discuss.
Thank you to those who filled out your evaluations. You can see the results below.
Below is a copy of the original programme. Feel free to view and download it.
This training has contributed to my research studies and understanding Hep C & Genotypes, Fibroscan Treatment DAA’s
Here is a collection of images taken at the training. Feel free to download and share the pics you are in.