Ob-Gyn Ultrasound Course is organized by Wake Forest School of Medicine (WFSM) and will be held from Apr 29 - May 03, 2019 at Wake Forest Baptist Health, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, United States of America. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 31.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM.
Physicians and non-physician allied health professionals may attend to gain knowledge in performing and interpreting ultrasound examinations. Prerequisites for non-physicians: Completed training and one year of experience in an allied health profession including sonography, nursing, radiologic technology, radiation therapy, nuclear medicine technology, vascular technology, or respiration therapy - or - a B.S. with a major in a biological science and 1 year of experience in allied health.
The Ob/Gyn Ultrasound course combines obstetrics and gynecology with the primary emphasis devoted to the study of obstetrics. The first day is primarily gynecology, including lectures in orientation and terminology of the gynecological tract and hands-on transvaginal scanning labs. The remaining days are devoted to obstetrics, to include approximately 15 hours of dedicated lectures by experienced physicians and sonographers. Each afternoon is spent in scanning labs with obstetrical patients under the guidance of a registered sonographer.
• Translate core topics in basic obstetrical and gynecological ultrasound as well as physical principles of ultrasound from conceptual to practical application on a daily basis.
• Understand the orientation of the pelvic and fetal anatomy as it is displayed on the monitor using both endovaginal and abdominal transducers.
• Recognize normal female pelvic anatomy including the bladder, cervix, uterus and ovaries.
• Identify basic fetal embryology and know how it applies to ultrasound imaging in the first trimester.
• Demonstrate skillful scanning techniques for performing an amniotic fluid index and biophysical profile.
• Understand the importance of determining chorionicity of multiple gestations in the first trimester.
• Identify normal fetal anatomy and the most common fetal anomalies.
• Distinguish markers of aneuploidy and to understand how they are used for the purpose of risk assessment.
|Contact No. :||336-716-4505
|Registration Type||Due Date||Price|
|Physician/Allied Health Professional Fee||28 Apr,2019||USD 1875.00|
|Wake Forest Baptist Network Faculty/Fellows/Residents/Clinical Staff (outside a Faculty Course Director's department) Fee||28 Apr,2019||USD 937.50|
|Wake Forest Baptist Network Regional Hospitals and Clinical Sites; Partnership Hospitals and Clinical Sites - Physicians/Clinical Staff Fee||28 Apr,2019||USD 937.50|