This module is used on the Ultrasound Mentor’s pediatric manikin.
It offers tasks and clinical cases presenting various findings relevant to abdominal ultrasound examination in children. Procedural tasks offer step-by-step guided scanning protocols upon suspected appendicitis and intussusception to practice anatomy recognition and standard view acquisition. Clinical cases present various unique features, such as the option to run a randomized case, visualize Color Doppler varying per pathology, and perform a feeding test that allows examination of food passing through the pyloric channel.
Increasing diagnostic complexity is featured.
- To identify, understand and capture ultrasound images of organs in the abdominal cavity such as liver, kidneys, spleen, abdominal aorta, gallbladder, pancreas and appendix in a healthy patient
- To demonstrate and evaluate diverse abdominal findings and pathologies
- To practice the diagnostic workflow and reporting of the clinical findings for various virtual patient cases
Pediatrics, Emergency Medicine, Sonography, Critical Care
The Pediatric Ultrasound Platform
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