Gastrointestinal (GI) function investigations have become an important tool in the diagnosis of digestive diseases. GI Physiology testing plays a role in assisting surgeons and physicians in the diagnosis and management of patients with GI disorders.
Cardiac Physiologists are involved in and responsible for the recording and analysis of various physiological data on suspected or known cardiac disease required to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of these conditions.
Respiratory scientists are part of a large multidisciplinary team. Their role is to investigate respiratory and sleep disorders through various diagnostic tools and methodologies.
Neurodiagnostics analyzes and monitors nervous system function to promote the effective treatment of neurological diseases and conditions, they also work extensively in the research field.
The role of a vascular physiologist is to provide a non-invasive vascular diagnostic service for a wide range of vascular disorders. All vascular diagnostic ultrasound tests are non-invasive and virtually painless.
We are Health Professionals who are part of a group of professions known as Health and Social Care Professionals. We mainly work in the area of diagnostics, carrying out tests directly on patients and very often providing reports on these tests. We also work in the therapeutic area, following up on initiated therapies to ensure compliance and effectiveness. The IICMS are the professional body who represent clinical measurement physiologists in Ireland. Our profession is comprised of five disciplines: GI, Cardiac, Respiratory, Neurophysiology and Vascular.