Ultrasound in Emergencies Program: Module 2
Echocor & Vascular Access
Baudelo zalen 2 en 3 (UEP-M2)
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In the first part of this module the basics of echocardiography, required for assessment of shock, will be taught in a theoretical and practical session.
In the second part, ultrasound guided vascular access techniques will be explained theoretically, followed by a hands-on session on phantoms for IV access.
Doctors in training : 100 euro early bird (*before 01.05.2018) , 125 euro late bird
Doctors and others: 125 euro early bird (*before 01.05.2018), 175 euro late bird
* payment received
19-20.00 h: theoretical session
20-21.00 h: practical session
21-22.00 h: theoretical session
22-23.00 h: practical session
With this module you will be able to get the four basic views of cardiac ultrasound, and will be able to recognize poor/moderate/good function, recognise important right ventricular dilation and detect pericardial fluid. You will be able to recognize a normal aorta and exclude a AAA if good visualisation is possible. You will know the RUSH protocol to help you differentiate medical causes of shock.
Dr Cathelijne Lyphout
Emergency Dept, UZ Gent, Gent.
Dr Frauke Gorré
Cardiology Dept, AZ Sint-Lucas, Gent .
Dr Catheline Depuydt
Emergency Dept., AZ Sint-Lucas, Gent.
Dr David Van Grembergen
Emergency Dept, AZ Sint-Lucas, Gent.
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