LOGIQ E10/E9

ACCREDITATION TYPESDMS - Ultrasound Technologists
COURSE LENGTH2.5 days
CREDITS12 SDMS-Approved Credits

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    About this class

    LOGIQ E10/E9 General Ultrasound customer courses will include:

    • Physics and instrumentation of diagnostic ultrasound with B Mode and Doppler Optimization
    • Current technologies, i.e. CrossXBeam* (Spatial Compounding), Speckle Reduction Imaging (SRI), Coded Harmonics Imaging, Needle Visualization, and RawData
    • 3D/4D Ultrasound
    • Ergonomics and Scan Assistant performance and development
    • Advanced Technologies of Elastography, Contrast, and Volume Navigation (Fusion, GPS, and Tru3D)
    • 4-6 hours of hands-on scanning in small groups

    Tags:

    • Ultrasound Clinical Training
    • Overview

      At the conclusion of the course, attendees should be able to:

      • Demonstrate clinical utility of current ultrasound technologies
      • Describe the parameters necessary to optimize the 2D images with new ultrasound technologies for maximum clinical efficacy.
      • Discuss and adjust the scanning parameters to optimize Pulsed, Color and Power Doppler for specific clinical indications.
      • Describe and adjust parameters to acquire and display 3D and 4D volume datasets for maximum clinical utility.
      • Manipulate volume datasets, (A, B & C planes in the X, Y and Z axis) for clinical correlation to specific clinical indications (i.e. nuchal translucency and post stent implantation procedures).
    • Target Audience

      Radiology and vascular sonographers and sonologists who practice general radiology, vascular and OB/GYN ultrasound and wish to update their knowledge and skills in all current clinical and technical aspects of 2D and 3D imaging.

    • Prerequisites

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    • Registration

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      LOGIQ E10/E9 Advanced Technology Course Dates

      Feb 27-Mar 1, 2019
      Mar 13-15, 2019
      Apr 10-12, 2019
      May 15-17, 2019
      Jun 19-21, 2019