Time: June 26, 2015 at 9pm to June 27, 2015 at 3pm
Location: The Hilton Homewood Suites Hotel in Las Colinas
Street: 4300 Wingren Road
City/Town: Irving (Dallas), Texas
Website or Map: http://kmaultrasound.com/lodg…
Phone: (800) 845-3484, (972) 353-3200
Event Type: cardiac_ultrasound_interpretation, echocardiography_credentialing, cardiac_ultrasound_reporting, echo_boards
Organized By: Keith Mauney & Associates Ultrasound Training Institutes
Latest Activity: Feb 6, 2015
The greatest strengths of this course are its very small class size and the vast clinical and teching experience of its instructor. You'll quickly find yourself at home with the protocol, analysis, and verbiage surrounding the complex adult echo. Our approach will immediately break down and sweep away the mystery and myths attached to the subject nail down a solid base on which you;ll build lifelong practice. Special emphasis is placed on rapid and accurate recognition of systolic and diastolic wall motion abnormalities. The physiologic impact of diastolic heart failure and the many ways to assess it are made perfectly clear.
Your prior expereince or specialty is of no matter. We will identify and respond to your special interests and needs at every moment. This course is focused on our interactive dialogue but is supplemented with your independent access to our hands-on scan lab for your own self-study after hours. A comprehensive set of printed course materials accompany the session and will serve as a lifelong refereoce. Free post-conference support extends in perpetuity.
Family Practice, Internal Medicine, and Emergency Physicians who wish to add a codified, targeted approach to the use of echocardiography.
Resident Physicians beginning their ER, FP, IM, or Radiology cardiology rotation or fellowship.
Graduates of accredited sonography programs who desire to review and/or deepen their understanding of echocardiography and clinical cardiology.
Sonographers who have performed echocardiography ultrasound for any period who lack formal training in the formal protocol for acquisition, measurement, and analysis of data.