Advanced Diagnostics

Soft Tissue: Advanced Diagnostics
$1,590.00
CE: 14 Hours | Course Objectives: This course will continue refinement of scanning skills of additional organs (pancreas, adrenals, GI, etc…) and pathologies. Introduction to Doppler imaging and its applications for portosystemic shunt evaluation. Case studies and discussions. Who should attend Veterinarians and technicians who have completed the Soft Tissue Intermediate Diagnostics. Click course title to learn more.
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Advanced FAST: Focused Assessment with Sonography
$790.00
CE: 7 hours | Course Objectives: This course will cover three practical everyday quick assessment ultrasound formats: AFAST, TFAST, and Vet BLUE (veterinary bedside lung ultrasound exam). Be able to perform abdominal FAST and recognize free fluid. You'll understand and learn to use the abdominal fluid scoring system. Be able to perform thoracic FAST and recognize pleural and pericardial effusions.
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Residents & Specialists Only: Small Animal Ultrasound Camp
$2,915.00
CE: 40 Hours | Course Objectives: This course will cover a basic to intermediate level of the abdomen, encompassing anatomy, physics, principles, knobology, image acquisition and protocols, normals, abnormals, case studies, “what to do if?” scenarios, and touch on Doppler. This course is designed for Residents and Specialists that need 40 hours of abdominal ultrasound... Click the course title to learn more.
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Advanced Echocardiography: Doppler and Hemodynamics
$1,990.00
CE: 21 hours | Course Objectives: Understand the basic principles of Doppler echocardiography as it applies to color, spectral pulse wave (PW) and spectral continuous wave (CW) Doppler. You'll become familiar with the clinical strengths and limitations of color, PW and CW Doppler. Learn how to optimize the various Doppler modes in the clinical setting.
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Advanced Doppler
$1,590.00
CE: 11 hours | Course Objectives: Become familiar with advanced techniques to evaluate systolic function. Learn how spectral Doppler can be used to help assess: Left ventricular filling pressures and how this relates to the diagnosis of congestive heart failure and prognosis. Diastolic function and its clinical significance in common diseases. Click course title to learn more.
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Congenital Heart Disease
$1,590.00
CE: 11 hours | Course Objectives: Become familiar with the following aspects of common congenital heart defects in the dog and cat: Breed predilections. Clinical signs and physical examination findings. Contrast studies (bubble studies). Become familiar with the role of contrast studies in the identification of shunting defects. Learn how to perform a contrast study... Click on course title to learn more.
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