1st Electromyography Courses 2023
Welcome to the website of the "1st Electromyography Courses 2023" workshop, which will take place on Friday 19.5.2023 from 14:30 to Saturday 20.5.2023 until 18:00 at the LH Hotel Dvořák in Tábor.
This workshop, organized by DEYMED Diagnostic s.r.o., offers an opportunity to get acquainted with the latest procedures in the field of electromyography and neurophysiology. The event will be lectured by the best experts in the field, including Professor Dr. Christian Bischoff from the Neurological Group practice in Marienplatz, Munich, Professor Dr. Wilhelm Schulte-Mattler from the University Regensburg, professor MUDr. Edvard Ehler from the Faculty of Health Studies, Neurological clinic Pardubice.
The program of this workshop focuses on electromyography and neurophysiology. On Friday, participants can look forward to the basic principles of electro-neurography, with practical demonstrations and exercises. On Saturday, the findings of the electromyographic examination and how to interpret them will be discussed.
The price for participating in this event includes entry to both days and is CZK 4,300 when registering until April 27, 2023, or CZK 4,800 after that date.
It is possible to accommodate at LH Hotel Dvorak Tabor **** at the venue.
Twin room with separate beds:
• 1990 CZK / person (1 person in the room)
• 1100 CZK / person (2 persons in the room)
You can register at: https://deymed.com/news/1st-electromyography-courses-2023/registration . If you are interested in more information about this workshop, do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 491 481 298. We look forward to seeing you at this great event!
14:30 - Welcome
14:40 - Electroneurography I: Basics, technical implementation, tips and pitfalls, with practical demonstrations
15:30 - Exercises
16:30 - Coffee break
16:45 - Rarely examined nerves and innervation anomalies in small groups
17:15 - Late responses
18:00 - Practical exercises
19:30 - Dinner
8:30 am - Electroneurography II Video case demonstrations and strategy
9:30 - EMG – how it is done, what can be found: Pathological spontaneous activity, Analysis of motor unit potentials, Interference pattern and recruitment
11:15 - Coffee break
11:30 - Exercises Demonstration of pathological EMG findings
12:30 - Lunch
13:30 - Typical patterns of findings in clinical neurophysiology
14:45 - Exercise (optional)
15:15 - Coffee break
15:30 - Diagnosis of neuromuscular transmission disorders
16:00 - Polyneuropathy and nerve compressions – which diagnostic tests are necessary
16:45 - Case studies
18:00 - End