This complete OB GYN Ultrasound course is an extensive educational series that includes recorded lectures, assessments and case study review. The course begins with foundational anatomy and physiology of the female pelvis and fetus. It includes anomalies, scanning technique, ultrasound interpretation, and guidelines. This course is designed to prepare the student to pass the ARDMS ObGyn registry examination and serve as a comprehensive base for performing and interpreting ultrasound exams.
The OB Ultrasound Case Review System is a proprietary online library for interpretation and assessment. The first section covers ultrasound exams in the first trimester of pregnancy. This section develops the student’s skills in interpreting: correct dating measurements, twin gestation, benign findings, congenital abnormalities, ectopic and molar pregnancies. The second section reviews ultrasound exams in the 2nd and 3rd trimester. This section instructs the students in interpreting growth, twin gestation, fluid assessment, congenital abnormalities, and pathology. The OB Ultrasound Case Review System is a valuable learning tool in developing the skills needed to accurately interpret obstetric ultrasound examinations.
Finally understand ultrasound physics with this engaging online lecture series. This course breaks down physics into clear concepts, interesting descriptions, and useful analogies. This course was created not only to help sonographers pass the exam but to provide a solid foundation of physics which elevates competence in the field. The course content is based on the ARDMS content outline for the SPI exam. Physics taught by a sonographer, for sonographers.
This course is designed to prepare the student to pass the ARDMS Abdominal registry examination and serve as a comprehensive base for performing abdominal ultrasound exams.