Peripheral Bronchoscopy with Radial EBUS

OVERVIEW

Physicians will be introduced to Peripheral Bronchoscopy and Radial EBUS through topic focused didactic presentations and hands on educational sessions.

Agenda will include:

  • Didactic Presentations
  • Hands-On Educational Sessions
  • Open Forum Discussions

Objectives:

  • Identify peripheral airway anatomy and fundamentals of peripheral bronchoscopy
  • Perform successful detection of airway targets utilizing the radial EBUS probe, in conjunction with the slim and ultraslim bronchoscopes
  • Demonstrate the safe and effective use of Olympus Radial EBUS equipment

Technologies used:

  • Slim and ultraslim diagnostic bronchoscopes
  • Radial EBUS probes
  • Guide Sheath Kits
  • Guiding Device
  • Sampling Devices

Pre-Requisite:

  • Must have purchased or committed to purchase radial EBUS equipment.
  • Must be board eligible or board certified.
  • Must have completed 150+ bronchoscopies

AVAILABLE DATES

No courses scheduled at this time.

EDUCATORS

The faculty listed are examples of faculty used at this course in the past. A combination of similar faculty will be used at each course

Momen M. Wahidi, MD, MBA

Director, Interventional Pulmonology and Bronchoscopy
Chief Medical Officer, Duke Patient Revenue Management Org
Associate Professor of Medicine
Duke University Medical Center

Alexander Chen, MD

Associate Professor of Medicine
Director of Interventional Pulmonology
Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Associate Professor of Surgery
Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery
Washington University School of Medicine
Barnes-Jewish Hospital

Robert J. Kruklitis, MD

Vice Chair - Department of Medicine - Clinical Programs Medicine
Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine
Lehigh Valley Health Network

Michael Machuzak, MD

Cleveland Clinic
Staff, Respiratory Institute
Medical, Director, Center for Major Airway Diseases
Transplant Center

Nicholas Pastis, MD

Associate Professor of Medicine
Fellowship Program Director
Medical University of South Carolina