A/Prof Sandhir Prasad, a senior staff specialist at RBWH, will be presenting this informative webinar on assessment of diastolic function, providing a comprehensive overview of guideline based approaches to assessment
Dr Jain is the Director of IMED Monash Radiology in Clayton, a senior radiologist at Monash Breast Screen, Deputy Chair of the RANZCR MQAP, and a member of the RANZCR Breast Imaging Advisory Committee. Join him as he explores breast ultrasound within a multimodality environment.
This webinar provides details of the individual internal components of ultrasound transducers and how these components operate. It will also introduce the principles of multi-element transducers and explain how sound waves interact with each other through wave interference.
Understanding the relationship of growth restriction with still birth, neurological affects (immediate and later neurodevelopmental issues) and with adult disease.
This webinar will include a description of the various methods used to focus an ultrasound beam including the use of an acoustic lens and how electronic focusing operates. The method of operation of multiple focal zones and the use of variable aperture on transmit will also be discussed.
Join Dr Joshua Martin, a multi-modality cardiac imaging specialist , as he presents this webinar on Mitral Regurgitation: Current Guidelines and emerging concepts
This webinar covers a description of spatial resolution including axial and lateral components, contrast resolution and temporal resolution. The description includes how beam factors and other system components affect resolution and methods that can be applied to improve these resolutions.
The cardiac stream of the 2021 DMU Clinical Skills Workshop Cardiac stream will be held over 3-consecutive days in February 2021, virtually.
The vascular stream of the 2021 DMU Clinical Skills Workshop will be held over 3-consecutive days in February 2021 in Auckland, New Zealand.
The General & Obstetric stream of the 2021 DMU Clinical Skills Workshop will be held over 3-consecutive days in February 2021 in Auckland, New Zealand.
SAVE THE DATE! 6-7 March 2021. Join us for a great weekend of learning, networking and relaxing. This year we have O&G, MSK and Cardiac with events on Sunday too.
For more ultrasound courses, workshops and online learning opportunities from ASUM Corporate Members ,
please click here to access the list of Corporate Courses on offer.
For more international and ultrasound community events,
please click here to access the World Federation of Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology (WFUMB) calendar.