Ultrasound Training of the Female Reproductive Organs

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(www.simtics.com) This video excerpt covers part of the procedure for ultrasound of the female reproductive organs.

The learning objectives for the complete e-Learning module are as follows (you’ll need to subscribe to the module on our website to cover all this information):

Describe and demonstrate the protocol for sonographic scanning of the female pelvis, including transabdominal and endovaginal scanning.

Identify and explain the anatomy and physiology of the female pelvis on diagrams and sonograms.

Describe and demonstrate Doppler evaluation of the female pelvis, including uterus and ovaries.

Identify on images, common abnormalities and pathologies of the uterus and adnexa, including fallopian tubes, ovaries, and the appearance and locations of the various types of intrauterine contraceptive devices.

Describe the sonographic evaluation and follow-up of the infertile patient.

Describe the interventional and post-operative uses of ultrasound.

Differentiate the sonographic appearances of the female reproductive organs in relation to the menstrual cycle, the use of contraceptives and hormone replacement, and following chemotherapy.

Explain the Patient Privacy Rule (HIPAA) and Patient Safety Act.

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sadiiq sh mohamed says:

thanks a lot I got more advantage.

Amy D says:

I'm so sad I can't study what I want :'(

Coolcat 123 123 says:

How old is that is women having a belly scan

tiacooper23 says:

I'm scared

Lisa Parmley says:

The video is very informative. Thanks for sharing!

Lisa Parmley says:

Ultrasounds are safe, but you can read an article "The Risks, Benefits and Future of Ultrasound" from my website to understand it better.

Erwin Oribello says:

i went to dr today and i underwent pelvic ultrasound bcoz my other doctor advice me to do so bcoz i want to know why im not getting pregnant.. i really want to hav a baby..

simtics says:

@MrAlexberon – thanks for stopping by. We're sorry you were disappointed, however we made sure to describe this YouTube clip as an "excerpt" covering "part of" the procedure. We are a small company that earns its revenue by selling subscriptions to our e-learning content, so sadly we cannot give the entire content away for free. Please email us at support@simtics.com and we'll be happy to give you a free trial of this e-learning module, which includes an interactive simulation, not just video.

J Montoya says:

Ultrasound imaging (sonography) uses high-frequency sound waves to view soft tissues such as muscles and internal organs. It has an excellent safety record. It is non-ionizing radiation, so it does not have the same risks as x-rays or other types of ionizing radiation.

simtics says:

Thanks for your feedback. While this is only a 3-minute intro video clip for this type of exam, you make an excellent point that it is very important that appropriate certification is obtained before a person uses ultrasound in any clinical discipline. (Many countries require this.) We designed our product to be a study aid for people undertaking formal clinical education, and our goal was to allow learners to familiarise themselves with the procedure, step-by-step, through an online simulation.

Nowell Ona says:

PLEASE DO NOT USE THIS VIDEO AS YOUR LEARNING TOOL TO BE A MEDICAL SONOGRAPHER OR PHYSICIAN SCANNING.

ASK YOUR EXAMINER IF HE / SHE HAS A FORMAL EDUCATION OR DEGREE IN MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY. IF NOT, GET OUT OF THAT BED OR MEDICAL FACILITY!!!

ehelota says:

good one…

Stanley Stevenson says:

VERY NICE INFORMATION

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