Vascular Ultrasound Training Course is organized by Medical Technology Management Institute (MTMI) and will be held during Mar 16 - 18, 2018 at MTMI Education Center at Herzing University, Waukesha, Wisconsin, United States of America.
• Interventional Technologists
This course is intended for healthcare professionals who already perform and/or interpret other ultrasound-based imaging examinations but desire more in-depth knowledge regarding the use of ultrasound imaging and other assessment techniques for vascular examinations. Prior to attending this course attendees are expected to possess knowledge on the following topics:
• Human anatomy and physiology
• Basic principles of ultrasound physics and instrumentation
• Fundamental concepts of clinical care and patient safety
This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 18.75 Credits.
Course Description :
This 3-day course provides an opportunity to complement the professional’s existing skills with non-invasive vascular examination techniques. The course begins with a review of the basic ultrasound physics and instrumentation grayscale and Doppler principles, and fluid dynamics. Additional discussions include methods for optimizing the quality of diagnostic data obtained during an ultrasound examination. Specific applications are then addressed beginning with a review of the relevant anatomy and physiology followed by in-depth presentations on examination techniques, protocols, and diagnostic criteria. The specific applications that will be addressed include extra-cranial and intracranial cerebrovascular, abdominal and retroperitoneal (including large vessels as well as organs), and peripheral arterial and venous imaging and non-imaging assessments.
At the completion of this seminar, participants will be able to:
• Describe how grayscale ultrasound, color flow imaging, and spectral Doppler are used in the evaluation of the vascular system.
• Describe the essential components of a routine examination protocol of the cerebrovascular, peripheral arterial, peripheral venous, and abdominal vessels.
• Identify the normal and abnormal ultrasound characteristics of the peripheral vascular system.
• List the characteristics of normal and abnormal peripheral arterial and venous Doppler flow signals.
• Describe the ultrasound findings of basic pathologic conditions of the arterial and venous systems.
Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
|Registration Type||End Date||Price|
|Physician, PA, NP - Early Fee||22 Feb,2018||USD 1005.00|
|Physician, PA, NP - Standard Fee||15 Mar,2018||USD 1050.00|
|Physician, PA, NP Member - Early Fee||22 Feb,2018||USD 980.00|
|Physician, PA, NP Member - Standard Fee||15 Mar,2018||USD 1025.00|
|Technologist - Early Fee||22 Feb,2018||USD 805.00|
|Technologist - Standard Fee||15 Mar,2018||USD 850.00|
|Technologist Member - Early Fee||22 Feb,2018||USD 780.00|
|Technologist Member - Standard Fee||15 Mar,2018||USD 825.00|