Ultrasound in Emergencies Program: Module 3
Vascular Acces & Gynaecology
Baudelo zalen 2 en 3 (UEP-M3)
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In the first part, we will show and discuss gynaecological and obstetric emergencies in which ultrasound can be a useful diagnostic tool (e.g. torsion ovary, haemorrhagic corpus luteum, (threatened) miscarriage, extra-uterine gravidity,…).
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 15.09.2018) , 125 euro late bird
Doctors and others: 125 euro early bird (*before 15.09.2018), 175 euro late bird
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 recognise an intra-uterine pregnancy and free intra-abdominal fluid, suggestive for an extra-uterine pregnancy. You will know which pathologies can be seen on ultrasound by the gynaecologist, and get a short introduction to these views.
You will know the appropriate techniques for ultrasound guided vascular access and a practical guidance to learn a good ultrasound-needle coördination.
Dr Cathelijne Lyphout
Emergency Dept, UZ Gent, Gent.
Dr Catheline Depuydt
Emergency Dept., AZ Sint-Lucas, Gent.
Dr David Van Grembergen
Emergency Dept, AZ Sint-Lucas, Gent.
Dr Cedric Coucke
Vascular Surgery Dept, AZ Sint-Lucas, Gent.
Dr Inge Dierickx
Obstetrics & Gynaecology Dept, AZ Sint-Lucas, Gent.
Dr Bart Bronselaer
Obstetrics & Gynaecology Dept, AZ Sint-Lucas, Gent .
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