Ultrasound The Grey Scale Conundrum
The British Veterinary Nursing Association
Richard Doyle discusses the best way to set up your patient and machine to optimise the information you get from your ultrasound equipment.
He then goes on to talk about a system to ensure that you actually see and examine everything that is there and you don\\\'t miss anything that is important.
The presentation also includes photographs and some great case studies.
Who is it for?
Richard Doyle BVSc BSc CertSAM MRCVS<br /> I am a Partner at the Wylie Veterinary Centre in Essex, which is an RCVS accredited small animal Veterinary Hospital with a smaller branch practice.<br /> Our clinical team consists of 12 Vets and 25 VNs and we are primarily a first-opinion practice but 5-10% of our work is referrals.<br /> <br /> I qualified in South Africa in 1991 and gained a Certificate in Small Animal Medicine in 1997. Since then I have mostly been involved in internal medicine and diagnostic imaging particularly cardiac and abdominal ultrasound and endoscopy. Ultrasound has become a key part of many of our work-ups and we will typically scan 10-15 patients a day.
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