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30th London Level 1 Emergency Ultrasound Course

A practical course on the use of Ultrasound in the assessment of critically ill patients designed for Acute Physicians, Anaesthetists, Intensivists and Emergency Physicians organised in partnership with Infomed Research and Training, on Tuesday 13 and Wednesday 14 September 2016, at The Institute of Materials, Minerals & Mining, 297 Euston Rd, London NW1 3AQ
[Fully booked! Next course is on Monday 16 and Tuesday 17 January 2017]

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Programme Director

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Prof Tim Harris,BM BS BMed Sci Dip O&G Dip Imme Care FACEM FFAEM
Consultant Emergency Physician, Barts Health NHS Trust

Course Objectives

  • Become competent in the basic skills required to achieve Level 1 accreditation in USS
  • Learn how to set up the machines and USS knobology
  • Become familiar with the physics of Ultrasound and the training and certification requirements in USS for EM
  • Look into costs, choices and developing a USS business case

Full course programme

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About the Course

  • Gives you an Introduction to Emergency USS based on RCEM Curriculum – Emergency Medicine Ultrasound (EMUS)
  • Takes you beyond Level 1
  • Is suitable for Consultants, Middle Grades, Registrars and SHOs
  • Includes interactive, focused lectures, with extensive use of real-life screenshots and video clips
  • Features immediate post-lecture Practical Sessions with live demos with models and patients (condition allowing)
  • Offers an opportunity for delegates to practice on a variety of widely used and state-of-the-art machines
  • Offers, in advance of the course, password-protected online access to lecture slides and other material, such as a sample US scan logbook

Learn and practice USS techniques

  • eFAST
  • AAA
  • Peri-Arrest Scenarios
  • Vascular Access
  • Pleural and pericardial fluid

Practice beyond Level 1

  • Biliary and Renal USS
  • Soft Tissue USS and DVT

Venue