- 6 AMA PRA category 1 CME Credits
- Printable Diploma
- 12 chapters
- More than 6 hours of video content
- 12 lectures
POINT OF CARE ULTRASOUND FOCUSCLASS
With the Point of Care Ultrasound FocusClass you will become skilled in the use of handheld ultrasound devices and ultrasound exams in your clinical setting. You will save critical time in making a diagnosis - even if you currently have little or no experience in the use of ultrasound.
After completing the Point Of Care Ultrasound FocusClass, you will be ready to successfully apply hand-held ultrasound in your point of care environment. You will have a broad understanding of instrumentation, ultrasound anatomy and pathology.
Point of Care Ultrasound can be applied in many scenarios including: dyspnea, peripheral edema, chest-, abdominal-, pelvic- and joint-pain, as well as in detecting pregnancy. At the same time, diagnostic ultrasound devices have become increasingly powerful, portable, and affordable.
The Point of Care Ultrasound FocusClass will allow you to strategically incorporate these benefits into your clinical practice – whether you work in a hospital, your own office or in a remote location.
Using handheld ultrasound devices, we demonstrate how ultrasound can be applied in examining many of your patients and cover general ultrasound instrumentation, imaging planes and the anatomy of the various organ systems. Furthermore, we will explain the echo appearance of important pathologies such as pleural effusion, left ventricular dysfunction, pericardial effusion, aortic aneurysms, cholecystitis and urinary tract obstructions. You will even learn how to detect a pregnancy with ultrasound.
You will be supported with many tips and tricks, graphics, and explanations of ultrasound anatomy on models that will make it easy for you to learn ultrasound.
- Health Care Professionals
- General Practitioners
- Medical Students
- Primary Care Physicians
- Physician Assistants
Prof. Thomas Binder, MD, FESC
Birgit Sticht, SMC
Martin Altersberger, MD
Prof. Dirk Becker, MD PhD
Katherine Eller, AMS
Markus Haumer, MD
Patricia Koster, AMS
Wilfried Röthy, MD
Nikolaus Frimmel, MD, MSc
This chapter is designed to provide you with a focus on sonographic planes, terminology and probe manipulation skills, along with techniques involved in handheld ultrasound Echocardiography to evaluate the heart chambers in 2D. Learn how to differentiate normal heart function from major...
In a first glance Prof. Thomas Binder will talk about pleural effusions. Next to come are artifacts of the lung such as A-lines and B-lines, how to identify a pulmonary edema and you will learn how you can quickly and accurately identify a pneumothorax.
This chapter is designed for healthcare professionals who have an interest in point of care obstetric ultrasound. The chapter will provide you with probe manipulation techniques and an early pregnancy ultrasound protocol with handheld devices. You will experience how to differentiate ectopic...
This chapter aims to improve your understanding and use of handheld ultrasound to answer clinical questions by focussing on sonographic planes, terminology and probe manipulation skills. The professional will be able to identify the sonographic appearances of normal and abnormal structures...
This chapter aims to improve your understanding and use of handheld ultrasound to answer clinical questions by focussing on sonographic planes, terminology and probe manipulation skills. The professional will be the variants and abnormalities of the urinary tract from presentations, hands-on...
This chapter was designed for healthcare professionals who aim to incorporate handheld ultrasound assessment of the biliary tract in their practice. The professional will learn how to recognise the variants and abnormalities of the biliary tract from presentations, hands-on demo and case-based...
This chapter aims to improve your understanding and use of handheld ultrasound to answer clinical questions in your practice by focussing on sonographic planes, terminology and probe-manipulation skills. The topic provides an overview of anatomical structures and vessels around the abdominal...
This chapter provides an introduction to the anatomy and ultrasound examination of the knee and shoulder. Particular emphasis is given to scanning protocols as well as tips and strategies for obtaining high-quality images. The professional will be able to identify the sonographic appearance of...
This chapter aims to improve your understanding and use of handheld ultrasound to answer clinical questions by focussing on sonographic planes, terminology, and probe manipulation skills. Importantly, an overview of anatomical landmarks of the peripheral venous system is included as part of...
Imaging the carotid arteries is "straight forward". In this chapter we will explain, which instrumentation you need and how a carotid ultrasound exam is performed. Here you will also review the anatomy of neck arteries and learn when a carotid scan is indicated in a point of care...
Scanning the lungs is not difficult to learn and it can easily be combined with the ultrasound of other organs. This chapter covers the sonographic anatomy and demonstrates how to image the lungs. We provide you with in-depth insights into pleural effusion, pulmonary congestion, consolidations...
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