IMV imaging cardiac ultrasound video 6 - Right parasternal short axis view (papillary muscles)





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Published on Apr 3, 2012

This is the sixth in a series of instructional videos by Kimberly PalgraveBS BVM&S GPCert(DI) MRCVS, in-house vet for BCF Technology (now known as IMV imaging), which gives a step by step approach to performing a basic cardiac ultrasound exam in the small animal patient. This video covers the right parasternal short axis view (papillary muscles).

These videos have been produced in collaboration with The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, The University of Edinburgh and we are very grateful for their assistance and technical expertise. Filming by Susan Rhind and Eoghan Clarkson, eLearning Unit R(D)SVS. Video editing also by Eoghan Clarkson. Thanks to Hannah Johnson, James Roxburgh and Christopher Welsh, BVM&S students at the R(D)SVS.

So take a closer look at IMV imaging. Your ultrasound and X-ray people.To arrange a demonstration for your veterinary practice call +44 (0)1506 460 023.

See more information at www.imv-imaging.com. Join us on Facebook at Facebook.com/IMVimaging


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