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This exciting and innovative 2 days course is geared towards clinicians who care for emergent or critically ill Adult and Paediatric patients.
Participants will be taught basic Ultrasound principles and hands-on applications on models ,patients and Blue phantom .We will teach you how to make faster and more precise clinical assessment by using bedside Ultrasound.
This workshop is designed for doctors novice users of portable ultrasound for the below specialties
- Emergency Medicine
- Internal Medicine
- Family Medicine
- General Surgery
Why is this workshop unique?
- 6 hours of hands-on practice with live models and actual patients
- Small group workshops with low participant to faculty ratios
- Curriculum designed to teach the highest-yield skills for clinicians
- Basic US Physics & Knob logy
- Lung Ultrasound
- Basic Cardiac Echo
- E-FAST & RUSH Exam
- Vascular Access
- Soft Tissue & Foreign Body
- Appendix/Gall Bladder/ Pelvic
- Testicular Ultrasound
- Pelvis/Early Pregnancy
University of Medical Sciences and Technology, Sudan Education and Development Institute –The Practical Side ِ(Academic Charity Hospital).
For 30 participants
Registrar Office of Graduate College, SUMASRI Building (UMST campus).
UMST’s Sudan Education & Development Institute (SEDI) held a workshop
Sudan Education & Development Institute (SEDI) is holding a course in Women Health Issues, Medical Problems in Pregnancy.
- Bashir Taha Salih
- Saleema Wani
- Helmi Mohamed Noor -Coordinator.
- Medical Complications in pregnancy is one of the leading indirect causes of maternal morbidity and mortality in the developed and developing world.
- Early recognition and proper management will improve the outcome for both mother and baby.
- Multidisciplinary approach is the key to achieve successful outcome.
- Many physicians are unfamiliar with the physiological adaptations to pregnancy and the medical disorders which may be encountered in obstetric practice. Similarly many medical conditions are infrequent in general obstetric practices.
- Obstetricians may not feel comfortable to manage all medical complications of pregnancy on their own.
- The symposium will be an opportunity to discuss the most common problems in this field.