Introduction to 2,3 and 4D Obstetrics Imaging
June 6th 2020* Postponed until further notice*
Venue: Strathallen Hallmark Hotel, Birmingham.
Accreditation: This course provides 6 CPD credits in accordance with the CPD Scheme of the Royal College of Radiologists.
1) Emergency FAST, Deep vein thrombosis, aortic aneurysm and MSK
2) Introduction to 2D/3D/4D Obstetric Ultrasound Imaging
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This parallel, one day course is aimed for those new to or with limited experience of medical ultrasound imaging. It’s an excellent opportunity to gain a good practical introduction to medical imaging techniques, their application and scanning experience on live models. The course is a combination of theory lectures, demonstrations and practical workshop sessions.
Who should attend this course?
It is aimed specifically for GPs, nurses, midwives and medical professionals who are new to the field and have little/ no scanning experience.
The initial lectures and associated workshop will cover the three main ultrasound modalities, where the emphasis will be on familiarisation and manipulating equipment controls to optimise image and signal quality.
Our top faculty will then introduce their specialisms, answer any questions and provide supervised individual scanning guidance in small groups.
There will be a choice of parallel lectures and workshops, which will demonstrate the basic and specialist applications of the following techniques:
1) General abdominal and aortic anerysm, Emergency FAST imaging, Musculoskeletal (MSK) and Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT).
2) Basic principles of 2D and Obstetric imaging 3D/ 4D Obstetrics imaging and general abdominal.
An exhibition/workshop of the latest ultrasound systems, will be held throughout the day. The workshops will be available for delegates to gain supervised training and practical experience in the use of ultrasound techniques and different machines.
There will be reduced rates for accommodation at the Strathallan Hotel. Please contact reservations, 00 44 (0)330 028 3410, and mention that you are a delegate on this course.
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