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Do you practice emergency medicine? 

Have you ever used an ultrasound machine?  

Want to get updated on the latest ways to leverage ultrasound? 

If your answer is, "Yes," to any of the above...

...then sign up for this course now! 

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The "Emergency Ultrasound" course includes 25 questions with images, videos, and detailed explanations.  More importantly, each explanation ends with a primary Clinical Bottom Line so you can apply it immediately in your practice. 

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Thanks to all faculty, staff, & colleagues at Loma Linda University and Riverside County Regional Medical Center in Southern California for their assistance in creating this ultrasound course. 

created on: 02/24/10 

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  • Published 02/16/10
  • Learners 274
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  • Questions 25

Course Details

  • Emergency Attendings, Fellows, & Residents 
  • Medical students interested in Emergency Medicine
  • Anyone taking an elective or course in Emergency Ultrasound

 

 

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Alicia Sanders
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by Alicia Sanders on 03/08/10

This course is truly helpful! I learn something new with each session! The images are all super clear and the questions are well written. I initially thought this course was going to be easy, as I love using the ultrasound in the emergency department and have seen a fair amount of cases, but there were a few loops thrown in that makes it challenging! Overall, I highly recommend it for those of you wishing to become more adept in ultrasound.

Omar Hammad MD
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by Omar Hammad MD on 03/25/10

I agree with Alicia Sanders. Dr. Ko does a great job of incorporating interesting and challenging images. The clinical bottom line is a great feature as well.

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by John Pillow on 07/14/10

good way to review information and keep it short on a daily or semi daily basis! Thanks! I recommend it forever for everyone… not just a “course” but review like this should happen all the time for every doctor.

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by Brook Randal on 07/15/10

Very good course. I have learned about some uses for us that I was totally unaware of before.

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Great opportunity to see ultrasounds that I would not ordinarily see very often and to review what normal and abnormal...
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Loved it. What a great way to learn. Well done.
Published 08/17/10 by Kristy Ziontz
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Nicely done
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Very good course. I have learned about some uses for us that I was totally unaware of before.
Published 07/15/10 by Brook Randal

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About Sam Ko, MD, MBA

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Sam Ko graduated with honors from Seattle University achieving the status of Bannan Scholar. He then received a combined MD and MBA at the University of Rochester, receiving an International Medicine Grant and graduating Beta Gamma Sigma.

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