The Division of Emergency Medicine is once again pleased to host its annual “Introduction to ED Point of Care Ultrasound” course on July 6th, 2017.
This course will emphasize fundamental techniques in image acquisition and interpretation and 7 indications of point of care ultrasound in the ED. Course content is aimed at practitioners who are beginning their pathway to competence in point of care ultrasound.
Topics covered will be:
- Abdominal : Presence of intra-peritoneal fluid? (Yes/No)
- Abdominal : Presence of abdominal aortic aneurysm? (Yes/No)
- Subcostal Cardiac : Presence of pericardial fluid? (Yes/No) Cardiac activity during arrest? (Yes/No)
- Pelvic : Presence of an intra-uterine pregnancy? (Yes/No)
- Thoracic: Presence of pneumothorax (Yes/No) Presence of a pleural effusion (Yes/No)
The course will feature an outstanding faculty to learner ratio for hands-on sessions as well as innovative image interpretation sessions. These small group sessions emphasize image interpretation skills and serve as intimate venues to reinforce clinical integration pathways.
Course director is Dr. Heather Hames. Bedside instructors will include faculty from within the Division of EM’s experienced group of point of care sonographers.
If you have interest in attending as a participant please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org (please include Emergency Course in subject line).
Last years course filled up quickly so please contact us if interested.
Some pics from our previous courses can be found here.