Introduction to Vascular Ultrasound One Week
The Institute of Ultrasound Diagnostics offers a short-term course of study in vascular technology. This course is designed to assist those cross-training in the modality and offers didactic information necessary to prepare for the ARDMS exams. The one week course provides an overview of vascular technology with an emphasis on normal.
Mr. David Barry, RVT conducts this five-day course on vascular applications. Spectral and Color Doppler Physics will be discussed in detail as well as vascular anatomy and hemodynamics. Correlations between the Doppler modalities will be covered so that attendees can properly interpret the information on their scans.
The optimization of the major Doppler controls of each modality will be discussed and many examples will be shown. The “Know-how” to optimize these functions will be given on the use of Doppler in each of the following studies:
- Carotid Arteries
- Peripheral Venous
- Peripheral Arterial
These clinical presentations will include the anatomy and hemodynamics of the vessels under discussion, normal and abnormal studies and scan tips. All of the studies will be demonstrated and attendees will be provided ample time for practice during scanning sessions.
An in-depth review of all the material covered will be held each day. This time will include group discussions, questions & answers, and a quiz. This will help ensure the attendees of knowing what further study they may require. This general overview of vascular sonography is intended as an introduction, therefore, proficiency should not be expected at the conclusion of the week.
We recommend this program for sonographers already proficient in another specialty of ultrasound.
Classes are enrolling now. Find out more information by contacting us.
April 16, 2018
April 4, 2018
Because ultrasound is such a unique modality, training someone strictly on the job would take approximately a year or more. Having the actual classroom knowledge helps so much to understand what you are looking at while scanning. I am sure the degree of Renee’s ability is due to the Institute of Ultrasound Diagnostics and highly recommend their program.