Ultrasound Physics – 1 CE

The Ultrasound Physics e-learning ARRT CE credits course provides you with a better understanding of the nature and limitations of ultrasound, and the different parameters that are essential for artifacts correction in sonography.

This Ultrasound Physics e-learning ARRT CE credits course covers the following major subjects: Basic physics related to sonography, Ultrasound machine handling, The image formation and the different imaging modes in ultrasound, The harmonic imaging and its advantages, and The Doppler ultrasound.

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Our Ultrasound Physics e-learning ARRT CE credits course is an 8 CE credits category A course.

It is approved by the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT). Thus, it’s recognized by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).

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The Ultrasound Physics e-learning ARRT CE credits course meets the Continuing Education (CE) requirements of the following states.

Starting with California, then Texas, and Florida. In addition, Kentucky, Massachusetts, and New Mexico. Moreover, it is accepted by the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB).

Our Ultrasound Physics e-learning ARRT CE credits course is an 8 CE credits category A course.

It is very important to assimilate the ultrasound physics before going any deeper. This knowledge will be very handy and helpful for any type of examination that you will conduct.

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In the first chapter of Ultrasound Physics e-learning ARRT CE credits course, we provide you with an overview of the Ultrasound basic physics.

We cover the piezoelectrical effect as well as the different shapes and use of probes. Moreover, we also treat the propagation and attenuation of ultrasound waves.

And we introduce the application of sonography in medical imaging. Hurry and get your Ultrasound ARRT CE Credits, thus your needed Ultrasound CE Certificate.

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In chapter 2 of our Our Ultrasound Physics e-learning ARRT CE credits course is an 8 CE credits category A course, we focus on the principles of image formation. How the image is formed in Echography? What are the scanning techniques? Moreover in this chapter in our Ultrasound E-learning CE course, we cover: the different imaging modes and the image resolution and the artifacts in ultrasound imaging.

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It provides you with knowledge relating to the different console parameters: First of all Patient Data Entry, Select / Change Probes, Depth Control, and Gain.

In addition, TGC and Focal Zones, then comes Freeze and Trackball, similarly Zoom, 3D, and 4D. Hurry and get your Ultrasound ARRT CE Credits from our Ultrasound E-learning CE course, thus your needed Ultrasound CE Certificate. As well as M Mode Color Doppler, Continuous Doppler, and Pulsed Doppler.

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Chapter 4 in our Ultrasound Physics e-learning ARRT CE credits course deals with Echo-Doppler.

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It defines what the Doppler Ultrasound is and what it is used for? This chapter of Ultrasound E-learning CE course introduced the theory behind doppler and the practicality of it. Moreover, we treat the ultrasonic velocimetry topic: Continuous Doppler, Pulsed Doppler, Color Doppler, and Power Doppler.

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Finally, in chapter 5 of Ultrasound E-learning CE course, we focus on Harmonic Imaging. We define the principle of Non-linear propagation. The following subjects are also treated in this chapter, Reverberation artifacts, and Tissue aberrations. Moreover, we present in this chapter the clinical advantage with some clinical examples.

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Ultrasound Physics – 1 CE Credit

$2.50

  Approved by the ASRT (American Society of Radiologic Technologists) for 1 Category A CE Credit
  Subscription duration: 6 months from purchase date
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Meets the CE requirements of the following states: Texas, Florida, Kentucky, Massachusetts, and New Mexico
Meets ARRT® CE reporting requirements
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Description

This course covers the basics of physics, image formation, and resolution. It also highlights the different ultrasound modes and artifacts imaging with an overview of machine functions and manipulation. In addition, this course introduces the Doppler effect, ultrasonic velocimetry, and the physical principle behind harmonic imaging and its advantages, and it presents some clinical examples.
Audience and Objectives

Objectives

  • Understand the use of ultrasound in medicine and biology
  • Understand the basic physics of ultrasound
  • Introduce the principle of image formation and resolution
  • Identify the different ultrasound modes and artifacts imaging
  • Understand and provide the machine functions and manipulation
  • Introduce the Doppler effect and ultrasonic velocimetry
  • Understand the physical principle behind harmonic imaging and its advantages
  • Provide some clinical examples
Target Audience

  • Technologists
  • Radiology Residents
  • Nurses
  • Radiologists

Topics Covered

  • Introduction
  • Piezoelectric Effect
  • Probes/Transducers
  • Propagation of Ultrasound
  • Attenuation of Ultrasound
  • Principle of Image Formation
  • Image Resolution
  • Ultrasound Imaging Modes
  • Artifacts in Ultrasound Imaging
  • Hands On
  • Doppler Effect
  • Ultrasonic Velocimetry
  • Non-Linear Propagation
  • Reverberation Artifacts
  • Tissue Aberrations
  • Clinical Advantages and Examples

CQR Credits Distribution

DisciplineMajor content category & subcategoriesCE Credits provided
BS-2016Image Production
Basic Principles of Ultrasound and Equipment0.25
Image Formation0.50
Evaluation and Selection of Representative Images0.25
SON-2016Image Production
Basic Principles of Ultrasound and Equipment0.25
Image Formation0.50
Evaluation and Selection of Representative Images0.25
SON-2019Safety
Basic Principles of Ultrasound0.25
Image Formation0.50
Evaluation and Selection of Representative Images0.25
VS-2016Safety
Basic Principles of Ultrasound and Equipment0.25
Image Formation0.50
Evaluation and Selection of Representative Images0.25
VS-2020Safety
Basic Principles of Ultrasound0.25
Image Formation0.50
Evaluation and Selection of Representative Images0.25