This module provides an introduction to echocardiography and teaches you the basic techniques required to begin echocardiographic examination of the heart.
This module follows on from Basic Echocardiography Techniques and teaches you how to obtain the views required to examine all of the anatomy of the heart.
Doppler techniques are used to monitor blood flow through the heart and major vessels.
This module teaches you how to how to assess cardiac wall motion and diastolic function.
This module teaches you how to identify and assess the sonographic appearance of heart valve pathology and valve replacements.
This module teaches you how to how to set up and perform echocardiography assessment of endocarditis and pericarditis.
The cardiovascular system is the first main organ system to form and become functional, and provides the growing embryo with oxygen and nutrients.
Transesophageal echocardiography is an invasive procedure that is undertaken by a suitably qualified physician, with assistance from a nurse and a sonographer.
A detailed introduction to pathology of the cardiovascular system, aimed at cardiovascular sonographers and other health professionals who need an understanding of cardiac pathology.