Skip to content
Imaging Surgery banner background image copy2


Practicing Correct Imaging

One of the biggest barriers to learning and using point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) is lack of training. Give your residents the knowledge and confidence to be able to acquire the optimal images for accurate diagnosis, before working with patients.

Give your students, residents, fellows and practicing physicians the tools to acquire, practice and improve their sonography skills on a wide variety of patient anatomies and pathologies.

Adjusting Training To Critical Times

hexagon red

French mobile training unit supported COVID-19 treatment using non-invasive, non-irradiating examination can save caregivers time. Dr. Mirek's team trains healthcare professionals to categorize patients and save caregivers time.

Dr. Sébastien Mirek Anesthesiologist-resuscitator

University Hospital Center Dijon-Bourgogne

Learn More

A Fellow’s Perspective

hexagon red

Ramsey M. Wehbe, MD, cardiology fellow at Northwestern University, shares his experience using the simulator before his first TEE block. “By the time I started my TEE block, I had a level of comfort that I don’t think I would have had otherwise.”

Pericardiocentesis Hands-on

Scenario-based Team Training

hexagon red

Along a workshop, three virtual patients are ‘admitted to the ER’.

For each of them integrated in the treatment algorithm is a diagnostic point of care U/S (POCUS) scan on the U/S Mentor, and a corresponding U/S guided percutaneous intervention on the PERC Mentor.

Each case end with a debrief session, incorporating simulators’ high-level metrics.

More about the workshop

Want To Know More?

If you want to know more about how we can help you in training on imaging skills or have other questions, please fill out the below form and we will contact you as soon as possible.

Skip to navigation