123sonography Pediatric Ultrasound BachelorClass (Videos)


PEDIATRIC ULTRASOUND BACHELORCLASS

With the Pediatric Ultrasound BachelorClass you will learn to rapidly assess pediatric patients and make immediate and informed decisions. Numerous illustrative cases and applications from across the field will help you to diagnose your young patients’ pathologies.

The Pediatric Ultrasound BachelorClass is an accredited self-paced online course spanning 10 high-quality video chapters that will be the gamechanger for your clinical career.

This BachelorClass covers all primary applications of pediatric ultrasound and pediatric emergency ultrasound. You will begin your journey learning about the origins of pediatric ultrasound and the relevant physics that guide image acquisition. Within the following chapters, you will gain knowledge about all applications of pediatric ultrasound, from trauma scans to bedside cardiac ultrasound, with a special focus on critical care ultrasound. Furthermore, you will be exposed to this ever-expanding field of ultrasound as a whole.

The course covers the most common fields in pediatric examinations, guiding you through online chapters concerning: Vascular Access, Abdomen & Retroperitoneum, Appendicitis, Soft Tissue, MSK, Pediatric Cardiac Ultrasound and Pulmonary Ultrasound.

All lectures are packed with real-life cases, illustrative videos, and best practices from international lecturers.

IDEAL FOR:

  • Critical Care Physicians
  • Emergency Physicians
  • Internists
  • Pediatricians
  • Pediatric Intensive Care Providers
  • Primary Care Physicians

OBJECTIVE:
After completing the Pediatric Ultrasound BachelorClass, you will be able to rapidly assess pathologies in pediatric patients with ultrasound and make rapid diagnostic decisions.

CHAPTERS

  • Introduction
  • Ultrasound Physics
  • Vascular Access
  • Trauma Ultrasound
  • Abdomen & Retroperitoneum
  • Appendicitis, Intussusception & Pyloric Stenosis
  • Soft Tissue & Musculoskeletal
  • Cardiac Ultrasound
  • Pulmonary Ultrasound
  • Critical Care Ultrasound

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