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Echo BachelorClass 2018-2019-Videos

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    Echo BachelorClass 2018-2019-Videos


    The goal of this activity is to provide online education for the course Echo BachelorClass.
    This activity is intended for Cardiologists, Primary Care Physicians, Critical Care Physicians, Intensivists, Anaesthesiologists, Internists.


    123SG_EchoBasis_PPT_Titelfolien_1920x1080_01.jpgStarter Kit – Left ventricular function

     00:24:33 0.5 credits Chapter 1

    Your entry gate to the world of echocardiography. Assessment of cardiac function made easy.


    Starter kit – Aortic stenosis

     00:21:02 0.5 credits Chapter 2

    Learn how to detect the most common form of valvular heat disease. Echo is easier than using the stethoscope.


    Starter kit – Mitral regurgitation

     00:24:28 0.5 credits Chapter 3

    Your first introduction to anatomy and function of the mitral valve. Learn how to use color Doppler to detect his important pathology.


    Introduction to imaging

     00:27:49 0.5 credits Chapter 4

    Getting to the core of things: Instrumentation, components of an echo exam and much more…


    Imaging – parasternal views

     00:23:15 0.5 credits Chapter 5

    The parasternal view – how can you find it and which views should you display.


    Imaging – apical views

     00:25:42 0.5 credits Chapter 6

    The apical window- probably the most important view to the heart. A chapter full of tips and tricks.


    Imaging – subcostal views

     00:17:31 0.25 credits Chapter 7

    Problems with positioning your patient? The subcostal view is a perfect alternative that allows you to also see additional structures of the heart.


    Echo in critical care conditions

     00:37:29 0.75 credits Chapter 8

    This chapter will definitely change the way you manage critical care patients. Get into the driving seat of medical decision making.


    Left ventricular dysfunction

     00:40:59 0.75 credits Chapter 9

    Here we dig deeper into the essentials of quantifying left ventricular function. A chapter full of practical examples.


    Acute myocardial infarction

     00:17:01 0.25 credits Chapter 10

    The ECG is still first – but once you watch this chapter you will realize important echocardiography is in patients with chest pain.

    123SG_EchoBasis_PPT_Titelfolien_1920x1080_11.jpgComplications of myocardial infarction

     00:19:52 0.25 credits Chapter 11

    This chapter will help you save lives. You will need echo for Risk assessment and the diagnosis of myocardial rupture, ischemic VSD, right ventricular infarct and thrombi

    123SG_EchoBasis_PPT_Titelfolien_1920x1080_12_0.jpgHypertrophy and myocardial disease

     00:22:16 0.5 credits Chapter 12

    Hypertrophy – A frequent finding. But how do you quantify it and what are the causes? We will provide a simple roadmap.


    Fluid management

     00:38:10 0.75 credits Chapter 13

    Should I give fluids or not? Echocardiography will provide the answer.


    Right heart and pulmonary hypertension

     00:33:59 0.5 credits Chapter 14

    Learn how to quantify pulmonary pressure. Right heart disease is more common than you think and echo will lead you the diagnosis. From pulmonary embolism and right heart failure to tricuspid regurgitation.


    Aortic stenosis

     00:14:32 0.25 credits Chapter 15

    The sequel to chapter 2, now you will also learn how to quantify aortic stenosis. We will show you how to use spectral Doppler here.


    Mitral stenosis

     00:16:51 0.25 credits Chapter 16

    A common disease in many parts of the world and one of the easiest diagnosis you can make. But only if you have an echo machine.


    Mitral regurgitation

     00:34:27 0.5 credits Chapter 17

    In chapter 3 we already dealt with mitral regurgitation. Here you will see many more examples and learn why patients develop mitral regurgitation in the first place.


    Aortic regurgitation

     00:27:14 0.5 credits Chapter 18

    One you know how to use color Doppler it is easy to detect aortic regurgitation. But there is more you should know about this entity if you want to manage your patients.

    123SG_EchoBasis_PPT_Titelfolien_1920x1080_19.jpgTransesophageal echocardiography

     00:96:27 1.5 credits Chapter 19

    Transesophageal- and transthoracic echo belong together. Learn when and how to use it. Your first step into an important modality that is not only used in cardiology.


    Heart and infection

     00:18:17 0.25 credits Chapter 20

    If you don’t want to miss an endocarditis-, myocarditis or pericarditis then you will need to watch this chapter. Learn more about the incredible power of both transthoracic and transesophageal echo.


    Pericardial effusion

     00:27:08 0.5 credits Chapter 21

    Detection of a pericardial effusion is one of the easiest tasks in echocardiography. This chapter will show you how to make the diagnosis and which additional information it provides.


    Aortic disease

     00:19:05 0.5 credits Chapter 22

    Don’t forget to image the aorta. This lecture will explain you how and why it can save lives.


    Prosthetic valves

     00:42:10 0.75 credits Chapter 23

    Over 250.000 prosthetic valves are implanted worldwide each year. So you will definitely see such patients. But how can you tell if prosthetic function is normal? We will show you in this chapter.


    Echo and cardiovascular surgery

     00:43:29 0.75 credits Chapter 24

    Do you know how to assess the risk for surgery with echo? Which factors influence the postoperative outcome and what to look for in patients who underwent cardiovascular surgery? These are some of the topics discussed in this chapter.

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