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Development of a High Resolution Esophageal Manometry (HREM) Training System Identifies Significant Variation in HREM Learning Curves

01 Jul 2016 4:01 AM | Anonymous

Rena Yadlapati1, Rajesh N. Keswani1, Jody D. Ciolino1, David Grande1, Zoe Listernick1, Dustin A. Carlson1, Donald O. Castell2, Kerry B. Dunbar3, Andrew J. Gawron4, C. Prakash Gyawali5, Philip Katz6, Brian Lacy7, Stuart J. Spechler3, Marcelo F. Vela8, Jeffrey M. Adler7, Saad Alghamdi5, Muhammad Ali3, Omair Atiq3, Jason Bill5, Jeffrey W. Brown5, Amanda Guentner1, Brian Horner4, Jennifer L. Horsley-Silva8, Patrick Laing4, Donald J. Martin3, Jason Martin3, Tuan Pham4, Anna Platovsky6, Joseph Schowalter9, Bryan Silon4, Gurshawn Singh3, Brett Sleesman9, Joshua A. Sloan6, Ralph Vance3, John Pandolfino1
1 Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois, United States; 2 Medical University Southern Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina, United States; 3 University of Texas Southwestern, Dallas, Texas, United States; 4 University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States; 5Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, United States; 6 Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States; 7 Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, New Hampshire, United States; 8 Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale, Arizona, United States; 9University of Illinois Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, United States

Gastroenterology, Volume 150, Issue 4, Supplement 1, S1-S1271



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