Impedance-pH studies: practical challenges

Wednesday - May 18, 2022

15:00 - 16:00 CEST (Europe)

09:00 - 10:00 EDT (US Eastern)

Presented by: RN Jac. Oors

A challenge: performing ambulatory studies in the esophagus. Or not? It all starts with you; the one performing!

The why and how of measuring pH and impedance in the esophagus explained. Now that the Babylonian confusion of tongues in classification is history because of the Lyon consensus, we must pay attention to uniformity in the execution of the measurement itself.

This webinar can contribute to that...I hope.


Physicians, GI Physiologists, Nurses, Nurse practitioners, Physicians Assistants and other health care professionals.

RECORDING: For those who register, a recording will be available following the live webinar. You will receive a message after the webinar letting you know when and for how long the recording will be available for viewing.

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Meet the presenter

Jac Oors
RN. Jac. Oors

Amsterdam Medical Center
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Jac. Oors, RN, started as a nurse on a surgical ward at the University hospital in Utrecht ending as head nurse of the surgical Medium Care Unit. After that he was appointed as head of the Motility Center. Nowadays he is Chief Nurse Technician of the GI Motility lab at the Amsterdam University Medical Centers. Approx. 600 patients annual undergo diagnostic investigations within the unit. Next to that he is involved in research projects on reflux and dysphagia . More than 10 years now he is involved in teaching programs. He is co-author of over 35 peer-reviewed published articles.