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PAT® is a specific technology to acquire a high-quality and physiologically accurate arterial pulse, by acquiring Plethysmography signal under specific conditions.

PAT® Academy medical education programs are part of the continuous education services offered by Itamar® Medical to support users in their practice transformation.

Live and interactive webinars and workshops are organized regularly to unlock the full potential of PAT® technology, strengthen your analysis and use WatchPAT® with confidence. It gives you the opportunity to learn step by step through case studies, how to evolve clinical practice.

PAT® is a specific technology to acquire a high-quality and physiologically accurate arterial pulse, by acquiring Plethysmography signal under specific conditions.

PAT® Academy medical education programs are part of the continuous education services offered by Itamar® Medical to support users in their practice transformation.

Live and interactive webinars and workshops are organized regularly to unlock the full potential of PAT® technology, strengthen your analysis and use WatchPAT® with confidence. It gives you the opportunity to learn step by step through case studies, how to evolve clinical practice.

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This is an outstanding seminar, not just for understanding WatchPAT technology, but for the quality discussions around sleep medicine physiology and practice. Dr. Schwartz is a leading authority in the field and engages other practitioners
Dr. Sriram Iyer

Consultant Respiratory, Sleep & General Physician, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Respiratory and sleep data is very conveniently presented with the important option for the clinician to remotely review and correct the automatic scoring, techniques easily learned & appreciated from on-line Webinars by Dr. Alan Schwartz.
Adrian Williams FRCP AASM

Consultant Physician, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust, London; and Queen Victoria NHS Trust, East Grinstead; Professor of Sleep Medicine, King’s College London; Professor of Clinical Medicine UCLA (>1995)

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