A course on the basics of imaging planes, probe maneuvering, and image optimization.
Ultrasound is a dynamic and spatial form of cross sectional imaging. It is essential for the operator to have an understanding of how the ultrasound beam transects the body when imaging in different planes, as well as a basic understanding of the means to optimize their image to increase diagnostic capabilities.
This course will walk the learner through the basics of imaging planes, probe maneuvering, and image optimization. This is a great course for anyone looking to refresh their ultrasound imaging knowledge, or for someone new to ultrasound.
The information herein is not a substitute for professional clinician training and experience and may not include all possible patient to patient variations. Clinicians are solely responsible for patient care and for exercising their independent clinical judgment at all times.