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2017 spotlight on OB ultrasound training
AHEC
Spring weather has assisted many travelers to fly South to obtain training in OB/Gyn ultrasound. AHEC has hosted multiple training events this quarter with the January and February classes closing at full registration. The training classes for OB/Gyn spend one half of the training time utilizing the ultrasound equipment and volunteer patients in real-time scanning. The Center is fortunate to have multiple referral sources that send their normal patients to get a routine scan at no charge. This is extremely helpful to patients who have no insurance or cannot afford the fees.

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Ultrasound Tip of the Month:

When scanning for appendicitis bend the patient’s knees to relax the abdomen and give the pain meds before the exam.

Leading the way: Specialty training and private tutorials
AHEC
AHEC always puts the client in the driver's seat. You speak, we listen. What are your practice gaps? We will find the experts to fill those gaps. Can't meet our regular schedule? We will come to you or schedule a private tutorial. Don't see the imaging procedure to add to your tool box? Ask! We design custom training. Now, we can't do everything, but we don't say "no" very often.

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  Tips for physicians on billing for ECGs and X-rays
ACEPNow
Question: Can I bill for my interpretation of ECGs and X-rays?

Answer: Yes, you are permitted to bill for interpretation of ECGs and X-rays...

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The speed of sound: Think twice about DVT and a negative ultrasound
Emergency Medicine News (commentary)
Christine Butts, M.D., writes: "I described a case report about a year ago of a missed DVT that ended tragically for the physicians involved. A young woman presented to the ED with complaints suggestive of DVT and had repeated negative ultrasounds. Shortly afterwards, she died from a pulmonary embolism."

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Tips and tricks: Ultrasound in the diagnosis of acute appendicitis
American College of Emergency Physicians
Acute appendicitis is one of the most common abdominal surgical emergencies. The diagnosis of acute appendicitis can be challenging, with a significant portion of patients initially misdiagnosed due to atypical clinical presentations and nonspecific laboratory tests. A delay in diagnosis increases the risk of perforation and, as a result, mortality rates.

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