• Our goal will be to answer fundamental 'Yes or No' questions when managing your unstable patients.

    Does this patient :


    1. Have an abdominal aortic aneurysm?

    2. Have intra-peritoneal fluid?

    3. Have pericardial fluid?

    4. Have cardiac activity in the setting of cardiac arrest?

    5. Have evidence of a pneumothorax?

    6. Have intra-thoracic fluid?

    7. Confirmatory evidence of an intra-uterine pregnancy?







    • Physics - Fundamentals

      Point of care ultrasound: the fundamentals

      If you having difficulty with the above link, please try here.

      • Abdominal Aorta

        •  Abdominal Aorta [click here] Page
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          • You belong to Intro Course Part 1
          • You belong to Observer
      • FAST Abdomen : Chapters 1-2

        •  FAST - Abdomen - Part 1 [click here] Page
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          • You belong to Intro Course Part 1
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        •  Fast - Abdomen -Part 2 [click here] Page
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      • Cardiac (Sub-xiphoid)

        •  Cardiac - Sub-xiphoid approach [click here] Page
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          • You belong to Intro Course Part 1
          • You belong to Observer
      • Female Pelvis : Chapters 1-3

        •  Female Pelvis - Trans-abdominal scanning [click here] Page
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          • You belong to Intro Course Part 1
          • You belong to Observer
        •  Female Pelvis - Endocavitary Scanning [click here] Page
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          • You belong to Observer
        •  Female Pelvis - Defining Positive [click here] Page
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      • Thoracic POCUS : Chapters 1-3

        •  Thoracic - Scanning Protocol and Normal Lung Signs [click here] Page
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          • You belong to Intro Course Part 1
          • You belong to Observer
        •  Thoracic - Pneumothorax [click here] Page
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        •  Thoracic - Pleural Effusions [click here] Page
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      • Post-Module Assessment




        After reviewing all of the modules, it is time to challenge some of the basics of POCUS.


        You will need 80% to pass this assessment and be eligible for the course completion certificate.

        •  Post-Module Assessment Quiz
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      • Feedback

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        Available from 6 July 2017, 1:00 PM
      • Certificate of Completion


        Congratulations on completing the online modules, hands-on course and passing your quiz!


        We appreciate the feedback you have provided in the evaluations - our goal is to continuously improve - and we simply cannot do that without your input.


        We hope this has been a valuable learning experience and we are confident that practice with this tool will change your approach to patients for the better!


        Thank you for joining us. 


        ~ The WesternSono EM POCUS Team




        Your certificate will be available for download once you have a successful score on the post-module quiz and your evaluations are complete.

        • Additional Resources

          We have added a few links that you may find useful for the advancement of your POCUS skills.