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This is a fantastic website for anyone teaching or learning how to scan the fetal heart. It reviews all pertinent views, anatomy, and technique for a fetal echocardiogram. Ultrasound images are displayed clearly and follow AIUM guidelines. There are real time clips of technique and actual images that are alongside labelled...
This is a fantastic website for anyone teaching or learning how to scan the fetal heart. It reviews all pertinent views, anatomy, and technique for a fetal echocardiogram. Ultrasound images are displayed clearly and follow AIUM guidelines. There are real time clips of technique and actual images that are alongside labelled anatomic representations of the anatomy. This is an invaluable resource for students and sonographers alike. A wonderful library of pathologies are displayed as well. Dr. DeVore is a leader in his field, and his website is definitely up to date! Links to special applications to the examination like doppler and color flow are seen as well.
Fetal Echo materials for use in the classroom that are up to date and comply with new advances and guidelines are difficult to come by. Dr DeVore's website is a treasure trove to present to the class. Everything a student would want to see to learn a basic protocol is shown on this link. This is a wonderful resource for any sonographer, medical student or ultrasound student.