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Ultrasound Training Liver

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Published on Dec 19, 2010

A video excerpt from our Sonography e-Learning suite. Each module covers a different sonography scan and provides a simulation to help you learn and practice the procedure, plus explanatory text, anatomy model, video and quizzes. A personal logbook tracks your learning time and scores. Personal subscriptions to the SIMTICS eLearning modules available at www.simtics.com/ultrasound. YouTube users benefit from 30% discount - use coupon code YOUTUBE30 during sign-up.

The learning objectives for this e-Learning module are as follows:

- Indications for ultrasound of the liver
- Identify the liver anatomy
- Explain liver physiology and laboratory findings
- List clinical symptoms of liver disease
- Identify the liver ultrasound scan protocol
-- Patient preparation
-- Transducer selection and preset selection
-- Patient positioning
-- Transducer positions
-- Scan plane
-- Identify and obtain sonographic images of liver, vascular structures, ligaments, and fissures of the liver
-- Obtain measurements of the liver
- Explain and demonstrate the use of breathing techniques to obtain optimal sonographic images of the liver
- Differentiate normal and abnormal sonographic appearances of the liver
- Differentiate and describe common pathologies of the liver on sonographic images
- Identify and obtain images in hepatic trauma
- Identify and obtain images in hepatic transplantation
- Identify and obtain images of vascular flow abnormalities
- Explain the Patient's Bill of Rights, HIPAA Privacy Rule, and Patient Safety Act

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