Practical Tips for Trainees

Tips for Trainees Sessions

( Included in the congress registration fees )

Thursday 6 June, 11.00-12.30

Jitter analysis with concentric needle electrode, by Erik STÅLBERG ( Sweden )
When and how to test NM junction, by Yann PEREON ( France )
Diagnosis and treatment of Lambert-Eaton Myasthenia, by Donald SANDERS (USA)

Thursday 6 June, 13.30-15.00

Controversies on EEG and NCS, by Sándor BENICZKY ( Denmark )
What is the best montage to browse your EEG in?
-Double banana, by Ioana MINDRUTA ( Romania )
-Common average, by Sándor BENICZKY ( Denmark )
What is the most accurate and clinically useful method for sensory NCS: near-nerve needle technique or surface recordings?
-Surface recordings are suitable for accurately investigating the vast majority of nerves, by Björn FALCK ( Sweden )
-Why you should be able to use the near-nerve technique, by Birger JOHNSEN ( Denmark )

Thursday 6 June, 16.30-18.00

Artefact recognition in EEG, by Piotr OLEJNICZAK ( USA )
Tips on pain neurophysiology: taking advantage of the little we have, by Luis GARCIA-LARREA ( Spain )
Evoked potentials, by Walter PAULUS ( Germany )

Friday 7 June, 07.30-9.00

Reducing noise and interference in nerve conduction studies, by Sanjeev NANDEDKAR ( USA )
EMG: Which muscle to sample in radiculopathies?, by Ali EMRE OGE ( Turkey )
EMG: Don’t forget the blood vessels!, by Mehmet BARIS BASLO ( Turkey )

Friday 7 June, 13.30-15.00

Testing reflex epilepsies: what should be done?, by António MARTINS DA SILVA ( Portugal )
Electrophysiology of syncope, by Mario HABEK ( Croatia )
Surface EMG in Tremor and Myoclonus, by Josep VALLS-SOLE ( Spain )

Saturday 8 June, 09.00-10.30

Pitfalls in electromyography, by Christian KRARUP ( Denmark )
Tips on motor neuron disease EMG, by Mamede DE CARVALHO ( Portugal )
Short and long exercise test. When? How?, by Hatice TANKISI ( Denmark )