- Printable Diploma
- 11 chapters
- More than 4 hours of video content
- 13 lectures
EMERGENCY ULTRASOUND BACHELORCLASS
The Emergency Ultrasound BachelorClass teaches you how to apply different modalities of ultrasound in an emergency setting. It will enable you to make quick and important decisions in critical care situations for the benefit of your patients.
After completing the Emergency BachelorClass, you will be able to successfully perform an ultrasound exam for a bedside cardiac evaluation, a focused abdomen exam, a trauma fast-exam, and to detect pregnancy and its complications.
Ultrasound in emergency medicine is of utmost importance and one of the fastest growing applications of ultrasound.
With the Emergency BachelorClass, you will gain knowledge about the many applications of ultrasound in an emergency setting where time is crucial. The focus of this course is to train you to rapidly assess patients and make instant decisions while treating critically ill patients.
Within this course, you will learn important, potentially life-threatening pathologies of all major organ systems – aortic dissection and aortic rupture, hydronephrosis, free fluid in the abdomen, ectopic pregnancy, heart failure, pulmonary embolism, tumors and masses, and more.
With many examples and real cases, we will cover the fundamentals of imaging and instrumentation and you will learn to identify the appropriate equipment settings and transducer selection for different ultrasound applications and to understand variations in scanning protocols for the demonstration of pathologies in emergency medicine examinations. A special chapter is dedicated to ultrasound in Trauma where you will learn the eFAST protocol.
- Critical Care Physicians
- Emergency Physicians
- Medical Students
- Primary Care Physicians
Thomas Cook - MD USA
Patrick Hunt - MD USA
Introduction to Clinical Ultrasound
Why learn clinical ultrasound? This 12-minute video will change how you practice medicine forever. It covers the history of ultrasound and how it has been integrated into medical specialties beyond traditional users. Finally, you will see why you can not safely practice clinical medicine today...
Physics can be intimidating and frustrating. Do not worry! This 22-minute module is a practical and simplified explanation of how medical ultrasound works. Very little math, and concepts that are easy to understand.
Ultrasound equipment appears complicated and difficult to use. However, this 25-minute module introduces the difference components of all ultrasound systems and how they effect the image on the screen. It's easier than it looks
Abdominal & Retroperitoneal Anatomy
Do you really remember how all the parts fit together in the abdomen? In just 15 minutes this module will take you back to your anatomy class while showing how organs of the intraperitoneal cavity and retroperitoneum look when visualized by ultrasound. You will be surprised by how easy it is
Abdominal & Retroperitoneal Pathology
Abdominal pain is one of the most frequent reasons for patients to present for your care, and the differential for their problem is often long and complicated. With just three short lectures, we will empower you with the ability to diagnose and correctly manage common and dangerous pathologies...
Ultrasound guided Vascular Access
All clinicians encounter patients with difficult venous access. What do you do if you cannot administer intravenous medications in critically ill patients? This module will teach you how to place intravenous catheters under ultrasound guidance. Both central and peripheral venous access...
Basic Cardiac Ultrasound
The patient is gasping for air. Is it their heart? This 22-minute video teaches you all the basic views of the heart while introducing you to the critical diagnoses of congestive heart failure and pericardial effusion.
Female Pelvic Anatomy
How does pelvic anatomy all fit together? It is much easier than you think with ultrasound. This 15-minute module covers basic female pelvic anatomy and gets you ready to change the way you evaluate and manage female reproductive pathology forever.
Evaluating and managing female pelvic pain can be difficult and frustrating. Often you are left "guessing" what is going on. With this 18-minute video, you will see how easy it is to identify and manage a number of non-pregnant pelvic pathologies.
1st Trimester Pregnancy
This is a 23-minute module on how to evaluate and manage patients by ultrasound during the first trimester of pregnancy. The video introduces all the critical structures that appear during a normal intrauterine pregnancy. Then it covers the ultrasound appearance of abnormal intrauterine and...
WHAT USERS THINK
The course greatly impacted on the quality and accuracy of my patients' ultrasonography and improved health care delivery to my patients.