Ask the Educator: Practical Interpretation Applications in Urodynamics

Recorded July 30, 2021
Duration 1 hour

During this informative one-hour webinar, our expert and Key Opinion Leader Mikel Gray, PhD. highlighted many areas of Practical Interpretation Applications in Urodynamics. 

Highlights of this webinar
  • Identify the optimal technique, along with reasonable alternative techniques for interpreting urodynamic findings.
  • Discuss highlights of urodynamic interpretation, including studies of lower urinary tract filling/storage and evacuation/micturition.
  • Review application of selected urodynamic findings to clinical decision making. 
Who should View?

Urologists, Urogynecologists, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants and other Health Care Professionals.

About the speaker


Head of Upper GI Physiology

Jafar Jafari graduated in Medicine and was awarded MD in 2000 from Tehran Azad University; Iran. He worked as a General Practitioner initially and later achieved his PhD in Neurogastroenterology from Queen Mary, University of London in 2014. His current position is Head of Upper GI Physiology at the Guy’s and St Thomas’ Foundation Trust Hospitals; London.

He is proficient in oesophageal High Resolution Manometry, ambulatory small bowel manometry, impedance-pH reflux monitoring, wireless reflux monitoring, Hydrogen and C13 GI breath testing. His special research interest is in oesophageal motility disorders, gastroesophageal reflux disease, effect of prokinetics on oesophageal motility and his work has led to publishing more than 120 research papers and presentations.

Additional information:
  • Extensive academic experience in the physiological investigation of upper gastrointestinal disorders

  • Long experience in performing numerous hydrogen-methane as well as C13 GI breath testing, oesophageal high resolution manometry, 24hr pH-impedance reflux monitoring, wireless reflux monitoring, small bowel and sphincter of Oddi manometry.

  • Accredited Independent Healthcare Professional in GI Physiology under Association of GI Physiologists - British Society of Gastroenterology