Basic Urodynamics Training

This one day course is aimed at doctors, nurses, technicians and anyone allied to urodynamics who have some urodynamic experience, and will cover the theory of urodynamics and a brief overview of urodynamics equipment.

Suitable for: Doctors, nurses, technicians and anyone allied to urodynamics.

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AIM

To provide the basic knowledge and principles of urodynamics.

OBJECTIVES

  • Outline the basic principles of urodynamics.
  • Identify how to set up and use the equipment.
  • Discuss flow studies and urodynamic studies.
  • Discuss paediatric and neurological cases.
  • Outline ambulatory monitoring.
  • Outline the interpretation of traces
  • Discuss misinterpretation and artefacts of urodynamic traces.

At the end of the course delegates should be able to:

  • Be able to understand the utility and deployment of non-invasive techniques and tools to generate meaningful data in lower urinary tract function and dysfunction.
  • Be able to understand the basic principles underlying filling cystometry, together with indications for such testing and clinical interpretation/application.
  • Be more aware of specialized invasive techniques, their indication, deployment, interpretation and clinical application.
  • Have accessed a variety of clinical scenarios where the importance and extent of urodynamic investigation are explored in practical detail.
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Oct

Basic Urodynamics Course

Belfast

£187.50

Thursday, 1 October 2020

09:00 AM - 04:30 PM (1 day)

  • £187.50 incl. VAT

Thu 1 Oct 2020

09:00 AM - 04:30 PM (1 day)

This course is ideal for those that have little or no experience in the field of Urodynamics, it will cover the theory of Urodynamics, and will include a practical session hosted by experienced faculty. Course Director: Mr IK Walsh, MD MSc FRCSGlasg FRCSI FRCSUrol Urologist, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust Chairman Scientific Committee, Irish Association for Sexual Medicine Clinical Academics, Queen's University Belfast

Cost

£187.50

Time

9am – 4.30pm

Accredited by

6 CPD Hours