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This lecture will focus on the applications of ultrasound in the emergency setting as a point of care imaging modality for the abdomen and thorax. This “back to basics and then beyond” lecture, will delve into how to perform a comprehensive AFAST and TFAST. 

Diagnostic Imaging

AFAST and TFAST: All You Need to Know

AFAST and TFAST: All You Need to Know

 

 

Each module of the General Practitioner Certificate Computed Tomography Online Learning Programme in Computed Tomography has been designed to progress your knowledge with abundant film reading sessions and case discussion so that at the end of the programme you will feel comfortable reading CT studies. The Programme will also cover the different regions of the body: head and neck, thorax, abdomen and musculoskeletal system. Step by step decision-making processes will enable you to make the best choice when investigating and managing a wide variety of medical conditions.

This programme is designed for veterinary surgeons who want to deepen their knowledge and manage cases requiring complex diagnostic skills with confidence.

This programme does not currently include a route to the Postgraduate Certificate or route to Advanced Practitioner status.

Set yourself for success with the support of the leading CPD provider – learn how to maintain an excellent quality of life for each pet you treat and achieve a recognised qualification the General Practitioner Certificate awarded by the International School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies (ISVPS).

 

Speakers: Tobias Schwarz, Maurizio Longo

Start date: June 2022

Diagnostic Imaging

Improve International Computed Tomography Online

Improve International Computed Tomography Online

Pending Approval for VCI CVE Credits

This course is aimed at those with an intermediate level of knowledge in abdominal ultrasound and would be ideally suited to participants who attended our 'Introduction to Small Animal Ultrasound'

During this highly practical course you will be guided to identify normal and abnormal ultrasonographic appearance of the abdomen including: Liver, Spleen, Gastrointestinal tract, urinary tract and pancreas.

Speaker: Rosie Ellis DVM MSc BA

Sponsored by Mindray

Diagnostic Imaging

Ultrasound - Abdominal Ultrasound

Ultrasound - Abdominal Ultrasound