Isn’t it strange? Even though learning is an essential part of becoming competent as a health care professional nobody really taught us how to learn? Are the strategies we use effectively? And how does our ability to learn change over the years?
Wouldn’t it be great if your ultrasound report would generate itself? With the click of a button all the images and measurements are analyzed, interpreted and the findings are translated into text. All you need to do is press “print”.
While each institution has its own style and format we are aware that there are many open questions when it comes to writing an ultrasound report. The following series will hopefully provide some clarity.
In this section of the online ultrasound tutorial we focus on the vertebral arteries (anatomy, size, topography, direction of flow) and how to easily identify them with ultrasound. Full of examples and videos.