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Course: Ultrasound Product Training - CE Credit

Module: Performing an Obstetrical Ultrasound

Module Description:
This course will provide an overview of the fundamentals of performing an obstetrical ultrasound for the first trimester along with the second and third trimester. Topics covered include a review of the required views, measurements and fetal anatomical structures.


There are no prerequisites for this course.


This activity may be available in multiple formats or from different sponsors. ARRT regulations state that an individual may not repeat a self-learning activity for credit if it was reported in the same or any subsequent biennium.


Target Audience
Sonographers and Physicians


Objectives


The First Trimester section will:
• Define the location of the pregnancy and confirm viability of the pregnancy
• Identify normal structures visible in the first trimester
• Apply findings of first trimester ultrasound to pregnancy dating (estimating gestational age)


The Second and Third Trimester section will:
• Recognize normal maternal anatomy in ultrasound images
• Define the number of fetuses and identify fetal viability
• Recognize the fetal lie and presentation
• Evaluate the placenta and placental placement
• Assess the amniotic fluid


The Measurements and Dating section will:
• Describe the technique for measuring fetal size parameters
• Explain how fetal measurements can be used to estimate gestational age and Estimated Fetal Weight


The Basic Fetal Anatomy of the Abdomen and Pelvis section will:
• Recognize the common normal fetal anatomy of the abdomen
• Recognize the sonographic appearance of a three vessel umbilical cord and umbilical cord insertion


The Basic Fetal Anatomy of the Chest section will:
• Identify normal thorax and heart anatomy as visualized on ultrasound
• Identify the main ultrasound criteria for a normal fetal heart scan


The Basic Fetal Anatomy of the Head and Face section will:
• Recognize the normal fetal anatomy of the head and face visualized on ultrasound
• Identify the normal fetal anatomy of the face visualized on ultrasound


The Basic Fetal Anatomy of the Spine and Extremities section will:
• Identify the normal fetal spine anatomy and examine the spine in multiple planes
• Determine the presence or absence of fetal arms and legs


Author: Philips Clinical Education
About the author: Philips Medical Systems Clinical Education Department provides customized training for users of Philips Medical equipment.
Sponsor and/or Accreditation: American Society of Radiologic Technologists
Credits: 1.50
Price: $134.00
Module Expiration Date:
7/1/2020: 12:00 PM(Eastern Time)
Study Days Available:
8 months and 14 days