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Online ultrasound video course.
Learn how to use ultrasound to diagnose fracture sonography
A simple step by step approach
In this 2-hour video course, you will learn:
indications and contraindications of fracture sonography
ultrasound anatomy of the bones
optimal examination procedure (how to scan)
how to document
how to tell artifacts from normal findings
and much more...
Shoulder: proximal humerus, clavicle, AC and SC joint
Wrist & fingers
Thigh: hip, femoral shaft and knee
Lower leg: tibia, fibula, ankle and foot
Thorax: rib and sternal
The bone fracture online sonography course is accredited with 2.5 CME (AMA-PRA1) credits.
The Bone Fracture FocusClass is for
- Orthopedic surgeons
- Emergency doctors
- General practitioners
Wrist & hand fractures
In this chapter we'll cover the most common fractures in the wrist and hand.
In this chapter we'll look at the most common fractures of the shoulder: proximal humerus, clavicle, AC and SC joint fractures.
In this chapter we'll discuss fractures in the elbow, we'll cover the theory, scanning technique and pathology.
Introduction to bone fractures
In this chapter we'll cover the basic principles and requirements for bone fracture sonography.
In this chapter, we'll discuss fracture sonography of the hip, upper leg and knee.
Lower leg fractures
In this chapter, we'll cover fractures of the lower extremity: tibia & fibula shaft, ankle and foot fractures.
Thorax fractures & Closing
In this chapter, we'll cover the most common fracture signs of the ribs and sternal. Also, we'll finalize the course by giving you some additional tips and tricks on how to incorporate ultrasound into your daily practice.