Cairo – The SIGMA Medizin-Technik accompanied a seminar on neurography during the 39th Ain Shams Medical Congress in Egypt.
The Ain Shams University Clinic organized a hands-on training course for NCV practitioners on upper and lower extremities at its Medical Congress. Mr. Mohamed Zahran, local area manager MENA, and our Egyptian dealer Delta accompanied the training on site and supervised the participants during practical exercises on NEUROWERK EMG systems.
On 10th March 2018, the 39th Ain Shams Medical Congress held a neurography training session for physicians at the Ain Shams University Department of Physical Medicine. The Ain Shams University Hospital is a long-standing customer of SIGMA Medizin-Technik and is one of the leading clinics in Egypt and the Middle East in the field of electromyography and nerve conduction velocity. Several times a year, the hospital organizes continuing education courses on a wide range of topics, which are very popular nationwide.
SIGMA Medizin-Technik regularly supports further education and congresses of its customers and partners on site. This is also the case in early March during the NCV training in Egypt. The comprehensive course program started with informative lectures by Prof. Naglaa Ali and Prof. Abeer Elzohairy on the method of nerve conduction velocity.
Afterwards, Mr. Mohamed Zahran, Local Area Manager MENA (SIGMA Medizin-Technik) and our Egyptian dealer Delta presented the NEUROWERK EMG systems to the participants and gave a comprehensive briefing on the hardware and software of the devices. The participants were able to complete the following practical exercises without any problems. The doctors praised the easy use of the NEUROWERK systems and the quality of the recorded signals. In addition, a special nerve conduction workshop for diabetics and normal patients was offered, whose results impressively demonstrated the differences in the interpretation of test results between different patient groups.
SIGMA Medizin-Technik thanks all participants for their positive feedback and great interest in our NEUROWERK products. We also thank Prof. Naglaa Ali from the Ain Shams University Hospital for the invitation and perfect organization and look forward to many more joint projects in the future.