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March 2018

Small Animal Ultrasound Imaging Program: Cardiac – NOT AN ACCREDITATION

March 26 @ 8:00 am - March 29 @ 4:30 pm

REGISTER HERE   CE: 30 Hours – Session 1 – Lecture and hands-on scanning CE: 28 Hours – Session 2 – Lecture and hands-on scanning CE: 28 Hours – Session 3 – Lecture and hands-on scanning Course Objectives:  Session 1 Understand the practical physics of ultrasound. Identification of common echocardiographic artifacts. Learn patient positioning and preparation. Learn probe selection and equipment controls (optimize image quality). Learn relevant cardiac anatomy. Understand basic relevant cardiac physiology – sent as a pre-course assignment.…

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June 2018

Small Animal Ultrasound Imaging Program: Cardiac – NOT AN ACCREDITATION

June 7 @ 8:00 am - June 10 @ 4:30 pm

REGISTER HERE   CE: 30 Hours – Session 1 – Lecture and hands-on scanning CE: 28 Hours – Session 2 – Lecture and hands-on scanning CE: 28 Hours – Session 3 – Lecture and hands-on scanning Course Objectives:  Session 1 Understand the practical physics of ultrasound. Identification of common echocardiographic artifacts. Learn patient positioning and preparation. Learn probe selection and equipment controls (optimize image quality). Learn relevant cardiac anatomy. Understand basic relevant cardiac physiology – sent as a pre-course assignment.…

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September 2018

Small Animal Ultrasound Imaging Program: Cardiac – NOT AN ACCREDITATION

September 6 @ 8:00 am - September 9 @ 4:30 pm

REGISTER HERE   CE: 30 Hours – Session 1 – Lecture and hands-on scanning CE: 28 Hours – Session 2 – Lecture and hands-on scanning CE: 28 Hours – Session 3 – Lecture and hands-on scanning Course Objectives:  Session 1 Understand the practical physics of ultrasound. Identification of common echocardiographic artifacts. Learn patient positioning and preparation. Learn probe selection and equipment controls (optimize image quality). Learn relevant cardiac anatomy. Understand basic relevant cardiac physiology – sent as a pre-course assignment.…

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