In the previous post we discussed how to document studies. Now its time to focus on the report itself...
Some colleagues are rather lazy when it comes to documentation of echo exams. Wouldn’t you agree that taking photos when you go on vacation is a good idea?
We recently sent out a newsletter on common mistakes in echocardiography where we explained how to adjust your machine settings in order to optimize your image.
When teaching echocardiography, we noticed that trainees often make the same mistakes...
<span style="color: #a1036e;">New Post!</span> What everyone should know!
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What to look for in the echo exam.
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This post is for those of you who just started their echo careers. Tommy will explain how to get from the four chamber view to the two chamber view.