VETERINARY ULTRASOUND TUITION, TRAINING AND EXAMINATION
MOBILE VETERINARY 'IN CLINIC' ULTRASOUND
0414 695 147
Robert has been teaching the benefits of ultrasound to both general practitioners and emergency veterinarians since 2011. Although based in South East Queensland, Robert has well over 70, in clinic, tutorials under his belt in QLD, NSW, Victoria and S.A.
Robert conducted the A.S.A.V.A. 2013 ultrasound workshop and will be teaching at the new Improve International Diagnostic Imaging course in 2014.
Robert has also given webinars, broadcasting worldwide, which are continuing through 2013 -14 and has workshops booked into 2014 in Australia. An example of these is available for viewing using the link below.
Robert offers tuition on, a one-to-one basis, and small to larger groups and, can adapt the scope and direction of teaching to suit YOUR requirements.
Small Group Large Group
This involves the theory and practical application of ultrasound, demonstrating a variety of techniques, with ample ‘hands on’ practical time for students on YOUR
machine, in YOUR
Practice or, utilizing one of Robert’s machines should you wish.
Comprehensive notes are provided with each tutorial in deluxe hard copy format, together with a pdf copy on CD.
These tutorials can be arranged at a time to suit you and can be undertaken on a day, evening or weekend basis.
Four hour training session - $275 irrespective of how many vets are involved
Full course - 4 x 4 hour sessions - $1,100 irrespective of how many vets are involved.
Notes - $88 per copy - Discount available for over four copies.
Travel Expenses - As appropriate
NB - If more than three vets are involved it is likely to take more than 4 hours per session due to the amount of 'hands- on' practical involved.
All prices + GST
Subjects covered include -
· Basic Physics, overview of ultrasound and systematic abdominal examination.
( 4 x 4 hours)
Enough to give you an understanding of how to get a good image each and every time.
Overview of the examinination techniques in use in Australia , UK and Europe.
· Abdominal Ultrasound - Systematic examination of the abdomen Inc.Kidneys, liver, spleen, urinary and gall bladders, stomach, duodenum, adrenals, pancreas.
Miscellaneous subjects - eg Pregnancy, FNA considerations, misc uses for ultrasound
· Cardiac ultrasound— (Echocardiography)
Covering the basic views and measurements and recognising some common abnormalities.
· Non-Cardiac thoracic—
The pleural cavity with the limitations and usefulness of ultrasound - eg pleural fluid, pericardial fluid, pneumothorax, masses.