Courses

The following point-of-care ultrasound courses are recommended for you based on what we know about your interests. You can follow the suggested curriculum, or explore other materials at your own pace. To view other available courses, click the courses button at the top of this page.

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aorta

Aorta

After completing the aorta ultrasound course, participants should be able to: identify the anatomical structures visualized during the aorta examination, recognize the various types of abdominal aortic aneurysms and perform their associated measurements, and determine the preferred transducer to perform the aorta exam.

Central Line Management Program

Central Line Management Program

Central Line placement is one of the most common hospital procedures, and yet it is not without risk. Ultrasound-guided Central Venous Catheter (CVC) placement reduces some of the more severe risks, such as pneumothoraces and CLABSI. Learn the procedures, techniques, and best practices associated with placing a central line under ultrasound guidance while minimizing risks of iatrogenic complications.

eFAST

eFAST

This valuable exam assesses the trauma patient for internal free fluid collection in the thorax and abdomen. Course participants will learn to identify the internal anatomy seen during the eFAST examination on ultrasound. In addition, students must be able to recognize abnormalities commonly encountered during an eFAST exam, and determine the appropriate transducer for different patient body types.

Lung

Lung

Lung ultrasound is a new and exciting frontier for point-of-care imaging. Recently, studies have shown that air, once considered a hindering artifact on ultrasound scans, can be used to identify specific lung pathologies, like pneumonia. This course reviews lung ultrasound as it relates to the point-of-care market.

RUSH

RUSH

The RUSH course is designed for medical professionals with comprehensive knowledge of the core underlying concepts of the RUSH protocol, which includes cardiac, Inferior Vena Cava (IVC), eFAST, lung, aorta, and Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) ultrasound examinations. Learn the RUSH protocol for assessing patients in shock. 

Central Line Management Program

Central Line Management Program

Central Line placement is one of the most common hospital procedures, and yet it is not without risk. Ultrasound-guided Central Venous Catheter (CVC) placement reduces some of the more severe risks, such as pneumothoraces and CLABSI. Learn the procedures, techniques, and best practices associated with placing a central line under ultrasound guidance while minimizing risks of iatrogenic complications.