Abdominal Aorta POCUS
Learn the role of POCUS in evaluation and management of patients with suspected abdominal aortic aneurysms.
What's inside the course?
- 4 modules
- 39 images
- 5 questions
- 9 cases
- 12 videos
Learn the Techniques
The use of clinical ultrasound can be used in both a primary care setting as well as in the acute care setting for the detection and evaluation of abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA).
Improve Patient Care
Incorporate AAA POCUS into your clinical management of your patients. For acute care, you can evaluate patients with suspected leaking or ruptured AAAs. In the primary care setting, use POCUS in a screening or diagnostic role.
Meet your instructor
Robert Jones, DO, FACEP
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Dr. Robert Jones has been performing POCUS exams since 1991 and has developed and led emergency ultrasound programs at several emergency medicine residency programs.
He established the emergency ultrasound fellowship at MetroHealth Medical Center in 2003 and chaired ACEP's ultrasound section in 2006.
Now, he leads clinical ultrasound education at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, where he earned the Kaiser Permanente Excellence in Teaching award.
At EMsono, Dr. Jones authors online materials, develops the residency POCUS curriculum, and integrates 30 years of case expertise into our modules.
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