The Fellowship in Emergency Ultrasound is the ultimate stage towards becoming an authority in emergency ultrasound. With ultrasound technology rapidly evolving in critical care and emergency medicine, it has emerged as a favored means of diagnosis, superseding other imaging methods.
This course emphasizes the swift assessment of patients with cardiac and pulmonary conditions, imparting knowledge of Doppler technology and techniques for pulmonary ultrasound, DVT ultrasound, and evaluating the functionality of both ventricles. You will also gain proficiency in identifying pathologies of the liver, gallbladder, kidney, adrenal glands, pancreas, and bladder using ultrasound.
Through the Fellowship in Emergency Ultrasound course, you will have acquired advanced skills in bedside cardiac, DVT, soft tissue, MSK, and ocular ultrasound exams, with a particular emphasis on employing ultrasound during resuscitation and as a guide for medical procedures. You will be equipped to perform a standard examination, recognize the limitations of this approach, and identify common pathologies in all major abdominal and pelvic organ systems.
This self-paced course allows you to enhance your skills while effectively managing your clinical responsibilities. It is a crucial step in obtaining your Fellowship in Emergency Ultrasound.
Upon completion of the course, you will receive a certificate in Fellowship in Emergency Ultrasound. This can be a valuable credential for medical professionals seeking to advance their careers in emergency medicine.