Interventional bronchoscopy, Athens 2015

Target audience
  • Young bronchoscopists
  • Bronchoscopists already trained to a basic level
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Educational aims

By the end of the course, participants are able to:

  • Recognise indications and contra-indications of major bronchoscopic modalities.
  • Perform TBNA in major lymph node stations.
  • Have knowledge of electrocautery and cryotherapy for endobronchial treatment or biopsies.
  • Be familiar with rigid bronchoscopy debulking techniques and stent placement.
  • Understand and practice with navigation technologies such as EBUS and electromagnetic navigation.
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