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2nd Oswestry/ESSR Cadaveric Musculoskeletal Interventional Course - POSTPONED
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2nd Oswestry/ESSR Cadaveric Musculoskeletal Interventional Course - POSTPONED

 Export to Your Calendar 05/06/2020 to 06/06/2020
When: Friday, June 5, 2020
8:00 AM
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Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital, Oswestry
Gobowen
Oswestry SY10 7AG
United Kingdom
Contact: Sian Jones
01691404661

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**NOW POSTPONED - NEW DATE TBA**

The course will provide the participants with the skills to perform musculoskeletal intervention procedures on various imaging modalities including: ultrasound, fluoroscopy and CT guidance. With a high tutor to participant ratio, there will be plenty of opportunity for all participants to practise and fine tune their interventional skills. The participants will have a choice of two streams of training. In one stream, the participants will be able to practise ultrasound guided techniques and in the second stream, there will be opportunity to practise on fluoroscopic and CT guided procedures including peripheral and spinal injections.

For more info select the link below

https://www.orthopaedic-institute.org/courses/

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