Workshop: 2D/M-Mode Echo and Cardiac Doppler/Color
Moderator: Gulfcoast Ultrasound Institute
Sonographers and other medical professionals learning how to perform adult echocardiography examinations. Physicians at an entry level of interpreting exams. Physician participants may include (but are not limited to) those involved with: internal medicine, radiology, cardiology, family practice, emergency medicine and critical care
At the completion of this program, the participant should be able to:
1. Identify and analyze the basics of cardiac anatomy/physiology.
2. Perform a routine 2D/M-Mode/Doppler (pulsed-wave, continuous wave and Color Flow imaging) echocardiographic examination and appropriate measurements.
3. Identify normal/abnormal characteristics of 2D cardiac anatomy and explain the role of cardiac Doppler and the necessary qualitative/ quantitative measurements.
4. Discuss the U/S findings associated with valvular heart disease, cardiomyopathies, ischemic heart disease (CAD), pericardial disease, cardiac masses and LV systolic and diastolic function.
5. Assess cardiac Doppler/color indications, applications, normal/abnormal waveform characteristics, Doppler measurements and color characteristics in the adult patient.
6. Discuss and apply the guidelines for structuring a dictated Echocardiography report.
7. Increase knowledge and confidence to perform and/or interpret echocardiography examinations.
8. Apply the information discussed in a clinical setting, under supervised conditions until an accepted level of proficiency has been achieved.
2D/M Mode characterization of cardiac anatomy
M-Mode and 2D measurements
Fundamentals of Doppler (Pulsed, CW and CFI)
Comprehensive 2D and Doppler echocardiogram
Mitral valve/Aortic valve disease
Doppler eval. of MVD & AVD
Right heart disease
Live demo: Comprehensive echocardiography examination
Coronary heart disease
Pericardial disease/Cardiac masses
Gulfcoast Ultrasound Institute
4615 Gulf Blvd. Suite #205
St. Pete Beach, FL 33706