Hemodynamics And Doppler

A Valuable Tool for Becoming a Registered Medical Sonographer in USA

Last updated 2022-01-10 | 4.7

- Hemodynamics and Doppler applied to Medical Ultrasound
- Useful for Ultrasound Physics and RVT / RVS Registry Review Preparation

What you'll learn

Hemodynamics and Doppler applied to Medical Ultrasound
Useful for Ultrasound Physics and RVT / RVS Registry Review Preparation

* Requirements

* Not necessary but previous clinical experience in the Medical Ultrasound field is a plus

Description

Ultrasound MedAcademy by R&A Blue Sonoworlds takes pride in teaching Medical Ultrasound the right way. This time we feel more than confident about this course and the impact it will have in your professional growth. The knowledge you gain through this course could be applied towards your daily practice enhancing patient care and clinical confidence. In addition, this is an excellent tool for your Ultrasound Physics or Vascular Sonography Registry preparation if you plan to take the exams through the ARDMS, CCI, or ARRT. Alain Fernandez. BHS, RMSKS, RDMS, RVT, RDCS, RT(S) and Raul Ebran-Gonzalez. MD have worked together to create 10 conferences and 2 quizzes organized the following way:


  • 4 Hemodynamics

  • 6 Doppler

  • 1 Hemodynamics Quiz

  • 1 Doppler Quiz


We wish you success!

The R&A Blue Sonoworlds Team.

Who this course is for:

  • Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
  • Vascular Specialists
  • Physicians
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Physician Assistants
  • Nurses

Course content

2 sections • 12 lectures

Hemodynamics_1 Preview 35:53

At the end of this lecture you should be able to domain and understand:

  1. The relation between volume flow rate, pressure gradient, vessel diameter, vessel length, and blood viscosity.

  2. The relation between resistance, vessel diameter, and volume flow rate.

Hemodynamics_2 Preview 29:02

At the end of this lecture you should be able to domain and understand:

  1. The different types of flows: pulsatile, phasic, and steady.

  2. The difference between laminar and turbulent flow.

  3. The significance of the Reynolds number.

  4. The energies contributing to the blood flow.

  5. The Continuity Rule. 

Hemodynamics_3 Preview 29:15

At the end of this lecture you should be able to domain and understand:

  1. What happens before, during, and after a stenosis.

  2. The different ways the flow loses energy.

Hemodynamics_4 Preview 26:24

At the end of this lecture you should be able to domain and understand:

  1. The venous hemodynamics.

  2. The transmural and hydrostatic pressures concepts.

  3. How the venous flow returns to the heart.

Hemodynamics Quiz Preview 00:01

Doppler_1 Preview 32:18

At the end of this lecture you should be able to domain and understand:

  1. Doppler effect.

  2. The Doppler equation.

Doppler_2 Preview 35:59

At the end of this lecture you should be able to domain and understand:

  1. The aliasing artifact.

  2. The Nyquist limit.

  3. How aliasing is produced and how to get rid of it.

  4. The disadvantages of the adjustments done when fixing the aliasing.

Doppler_3 Preview 32:21

At the end of this lecture you should be able to domain and understand:

  1. Continuous wave Doppler (CWD).

  2. Pulsed wave Doppler (PWD).

Doppler_4 Preview 43:59

At the end of this lecture you should be able to domain and understand:

  1. Color flow Doppler (CFD).

Doppler_5 Preview 24:31

At the end of this lecture you should be able to domain and understand:

  1. Color flow Doppler (continuation).

  2. Power Doppler (PDI).

Doppler_6 Preview 40:14

At the end of this lecture you should be able to domain and understand:

  1. Spectral analysis.

  2. The difference between FFT and autocorrelation.

  3. Doppler artifacts.

  4. The difference between resistive index (RI) and pulsatility index (PI).

Doppler Quiz Preview 00:01