CREBA hosts an international course to train digestology professionals in a new endoscopic technology
With assistants from Belgium, France, Spain, India, Israel, the United Kingdom and Thailand
The Centre for Applied Biomedical Experimental Research (CREBA) will host an international course on 16-17 September to train digestive professionals in a new endoscopic technology called Speedboat™ Inject. This is the first multimodal advanced energy instrument designed for flexible endoscopy, which can deliver advanced bipolar radiofrequency and microwave energy from a single device. The course will be attended by endoscopic gastroenterologists from Belgium, France, Spain, India, Israel, the UK and Thailand.
eCREBA is dedicated to research and training in the field of Biomedicine. Its facilities include learning and simulation rooms, as well as four experimental operating theatres equipped for open surgery, laparoscopic surgery and other interventional techniques. One of them has 5 surgical tables, which makes it ideal for this type of training activities in new technologies.
The course will take place on 16-17 September