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OB/GYN Ultrasound for Midwives plus Fetal Studies eCourse

This package includes the comprehensive OB/GYN Ultrasound for Midwives eCourse, presented by Jim Baun, BS, RDMS, RVT, FSDMS, consisting of three OB/GYN sections plus an additional section on Fetal Studies.

  • Gynecology (7 modules)
  • First Trimester (3 modules)
  • Second and Third Trimesters (8 modules)
  • Fetal Studies (11 modules)

    Each section emphasizes normal anatomy and sonographic appearance followed by common abnormalities, identifying clinical factors, sonographic findings, and sonographic pitfalls. Extensive graphics and images illuminate the concepts taught, reinforce key sonographic concepts, and enhance sonographic recognition.

    Jim Baun, BS, RDMS, RVT, FSDMS presents a comprehensive gynecological review beginning with Pelvic Anatomy, Menstrual Cycle, Nonporous Gynecology, and Reproductive Medicine. After building a foundational understanding of normal pelvic anatomy and ultrasound appearance, Jim provides a review of Uterine, Ovarian, Tubal and Adnexal Pathology. Extensive illustrations and ultrasound case examples are integrated into the presentations.

    First Trimester
    In this section of the OB/GYN series, Jim Baun, BS, RDMS, RVT, FSDMS begins with Module 1: First Trimester in which he presents the normal sonographic signs of an early intrauterine pregnancy and confirmatory studies of gestational viability. The second module, Early Pregnancy Failure, discusses clinical and sonographic findings with various types of spontaneous abortion and ectopic pregnancy. First Trimester section concludes with Module 3: Gestational Trophoblastic Disease which provides an overview of the spectrum of pathological entities resulting from excessive proliferation of trophoblastic tissue.

    Second and Third Trimesters
    The Second and Third Trimester section of the OB/GYN series begins with a presentation of normal and abnormal findings with fetal biometry and amniotic fluid, followed by modules discussing normal and pathologic findings of the placenta and umbilical cord. Extensive sonographic images aid in identifying these 2nd and 3rd trimester complications. Module 4 presents the various aspects of the prenatal genetic workup followed by Module 5 in which genetic abnormalities and syndromes are explained. The final three modules in this section present an extensive discussion of maternal complications, fetal complications, and multiple gestations.

    Fetal Studies
    This eleven module section of the OB/GYN series begins with a discussion of normal fetal CNS) anatomy followed by two modules of fetal CNS anomalies and associated clinical and sonographic findings. Additional topics include GI anatomy, herniation and abdominal abnormalities, solid and cystic masses, and a review of normal and abnormal aspects of the fetal skeleton. The final five modules cover genitourinary abnormalities, face and neck, chest, and the fetal cardiac circulation.

    Viewing Time: 14.0 hours
    Customized Review: 10.5 hours

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    The activity is approved for 24.5 SDMS CME credits (These credits are ARDMS-accepted credits)

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