We have put together some great lectures and webinars about 3D planimetry, LV shapes, Vascualar and MSK ultraound.
Do astronauts get sick in space and how does the cardiovascular system change in zero gravity?
Are you aware that the only medical imaging modality that truly works in space is ultrasound?
How far was ultrasound technology in the 60ies, at the time Neil Armstrong set his foot on the moon?
What is septal flash? In this video, our echo-specialists explain what septal flash is and what pathologies are associated with it.
Congenital defect? What is the pathology?
Do you know which imaging modalities radiology has to offer for the right heart?
Watch this video about ejection fraction (EF). You will not look at ejection fraction with the same eyes ever again.
In this video you will learn a skill any reputable echocardiographer must own: measuring the volume of the left ventricle using the Simpson method.
Diastolic function is defined as/describes the filling of the heart during diastole. The left ventricle is filled with blood initially by a pressure gradient between the left atrium (LA) and the left ventricle (LV).