Harlow, UK – 27th November 2019 - Haag-Streit Academy hosted a very successful Advanced Ophthalmic Ultrasound Course at Crewe Hall, Cheshire on Wednesday 20th
The course was aimed at those working with ophthalmic ultrasound in their daily practice. It provided attendees with in-depth knowledge of this highly-skilled ophthalmic imaging technique.
The agenda covered; Ultrasound Biomicroscopy (UBM), How to perform accurate axial length measurement using immersion ultrasound, Opaque media and vitreoretinal disorders, Intraocular tumours and the examination of the orbit & optic nerve.
The expert Faculty included; Tarek El-khasab, Consultant Ophthalmologist & Lead for Ophthalmic Ultrasound Services at Mid-Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Hatem Atta, Consultant Ultrasound Lead at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, David Sculfor, Consulant Optometrist at Buckinghamshire NHS Foundation Trust and Heinrich Heimann, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen NHS Foundation Trust.
The one-day CPD-accredited program consisted of lectures by the expert speakers, followed by hands-on practical workshops featuring real patients. Delegates had the opportunity to examine up to 16 patients with a wide variety of different conditions.
Grant Duncan, Haag-Streit Academy Clinical Training Manager, said, “I was very pleased with the success of the Advanced Ultrasound Course. We have had some outstanding feedback from delegates who were impressed by both the insightful lectures and the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the afternoon workshops.”
Grant continued, “We were delighted to welcome Heinrich Heimann to the Haag-Streit Academy Faculty for the first time on this course. He delivered outstanding lectures on UBM and the Use of ophthalmic ultrasound in oncology, alongside some excellent case example videos, all captured using the Eye Cubed ultrasound system.”
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