Speckle Tracking Echocardiography (STE) is a rapidly growing field in echocardiography allowing us to study the “deformation” of the myocardium. Initially used as a research tool, many laboratories now include STE within their routine imaging protocols. Clearly, STE has changed the way we determine myocardial function and will certainly impact clinical decision making even more in the future.
Let Dr. Thomas Binder and leading experts from around the world bring you through the most practical and comprehensive STE course available today. This course is designed to close the gap between what science has taught us about Speckle Tracking Echocardiography and what the clinician needs to know in order to apply this method in daily clinical practice.
How to use this course
We realize that learning can be a burden—
But effective learning is about building a habit and committing to your goals, and why we created an STE course that keeps you effortlessly engaged across hours of instructional videos. And unlike those other courses locked away in classrooms, ours can be accessed anywhere, anytime.
Learning as Easy as Counting—
1. Clear some time in your busy schedule.
2. Log into your dashboard.
3. Begin immediately! All you have to do is Press Play.
Simply follow the 3 steps above 2x per week for ~25 minutes. It's that easy. We look forward to being your mentors to master STE!
Speckle Tracking Advanced is an in depth video course on Speckle Tracking Echocardiography which builds on what was learned in the Compendium. In contrast to the compendium, this course features even more case examples, demonstrations and expert statements from top experts in the field. Here we include advanced topics such as:
- How to perform an advanced Speckle Tracking study.
- A more detailed look at Myocardial Mechanics.
- A comprehensive analysis of which factors influence strain.
- The problem of vendor differences.
- The possible uses of both radial and circumferential strain and the role that strain rate plays.
- A guide to what information is hidden in the strain curves.
- Clinical scenarios where STE can make a difference.
- The assessment of right heart function and the left atrium using Speckle Tracking.