Practical abdominal ultrasound scanning day for eCPD course

Key Information

CPD Hours: 8 hours

Course Length: One day

Course Format: Practical scanning sessions

Course Outline

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22 May 19
£374.00

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Good to have online part practical part before the practical day to consolidate technique, would definitely recommend

Course Information

Key Areas
  • Practical technique for:
  • - Liver
  • - Gallbladder
  • - Spleen
  • - Stomach
  • - Intestine
  • - Kidneys
  • - Adrenals (practice the left adrenal)
  • - Pancreas (practice the right lobe)
  • - Urinary bladder
  • - Ultrasound-guided aspiration and biopsy
About this course

This course is for delegates who have attended an eCPD course: Abdominal ultrasonography online - https://cpd.rvc.ac.uk/courses/abdominal-ultrasonography-online

If you have not attended this online course and wish to book a Practical abdominal scanning day please click on this link: https://cpd.rvc.ac.uk/courses/practical-abdominal-ultrasound-scanning-days

Many veterinarians are keen to develop their knowledge and skills in abdominal ultrasonography as it is such a useful diagnostic tool in general practice. There are many CPD courses available from different providers that provide a rich learning experience in a variety of formats. However, some courses cannot offer a practical component or they offer limited practical experience and there is virtually never an opportunity for participants to return for further guidance after the course.

Why do this course?

At the end of the course, you will have practiced the techniques needed to perform a basic abdominal ultrasound and ultrasound-guided aspiration and biopsy in dogs.

Important note - participants of this course will be expected to have attended our Abdominal ultrasonography online course.  Please call us on 01707 666865 if you are in any doubt.

 

Tutors

Pete Mantis, DVM DipECVDI FHEA MRCVS
Consultant Radiologist, Dick White Referrals
Honorary Associate Professor of Diagnostic Imaging, Nottingham University

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