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Combined: Introduction to Abdomen and OB 3 Day Ultrasound

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Combined: Introduction to Abdomen and OB 3 Day Ultrasound

Time: September 17, 2013 at 8am to September 22, 2013 at 5pm
Location: Advanced Health Education Center
Street: 8502 Tybor Drive
City/Town: Houston
Website or Map: https://store2.aheconline.com…
Phone: 1-800-239-1361
Event Type: abdominal, and, ob, ultrasound, cme
Organized By: Advanced Health Education Center
Latest Activity: Aug 16, 2013

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Our new combined short courses in abdominal and OB ultrasound allow you the flexibility to pick and choose the training options that work best for you and your schedule. Maximize your time away from the workplace and enroll for a combined course in Abdominal Ultrasound + OB three day. The focus of this six day course is to provide participants with the “need to know” information to efficiently and effectively complete a general abdominal and basic OB ultrasound procedure. The first three days of the course is the presentation of the basic ultrasound techniques involved in completing an abdominal ultrasound series and general handling of the ultrasound device. The course comprises an introduction to normal ultrasound anatomy of the abdominal organs, followed by lecture presentations of the common pathologic changes encountered in a diagnostic procedure. The OB course includes evaluation of the non-gravid pelvis, fetal measurements and the ultrasound appearance of fetal anomalies. Lecture is followed each day by a faculty supervised hands on ultrasound scan lab. The Interactive scan lab with live models and small groups allow each participant ample opportunity to gain the knowledge and skill needed to independently perform a basic abdominal ultrasound procedure.

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