colonDemands and pressures continue to increase on already busy Endoscopy departments in the UK. This unprecedented increase in demand is forcing endoscopists to consider new approaches to their work.

During the ‘Thinner and Clearer – Advances in Transnasal Endoscopy and GI Tract Lesion Recognition’ symposium, which will be held between 13.35 and 14.05 in Hall 3, topics to be discussed will include how dramatically improved optics, smaller scope diameters and new advanced imaging modalities are set to change the endoscopy landscape. With innovations such as the new ELUXEO™ system featuring BLI and LCI technology, advanced imaging now provides endoscopists with the capability to push currently accepted boundaries of flexible endoscopy into new and uncharted territory.

With a panel of experts including Prof John Plevris from the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh as Chair, Prof Raf Bisschops from the University of Leuven in Belgium, and Dr Edward Despott from the Royal Free Hospital in London, this informative and interactive session will discuss how advances in endoscopy are improving and streamlining practices in 2017.

For more information about the symposium, and to register your interest in attending, click here.