Echocardiography is a widely performed procedure to diagnose cardiomyopathy, valvular heart disease, aorta, and pericardial disease. This activity reviews the importance of adult echocardiography and highlights the interprofessional team's role in performing this procedure.
Identify the indications for echocardiography.
Explain the anatomy of structures on the echocardiogram.
Review the clinical significance of echocardiography.
Summarize how employing an interprofessional team approach can improve patient outcomes when using echocardiography on appropriate patient populations.
Physicians (MBBS, MD, and DNB), Cardiology, general medicine, radiology residents, and residents working in cardiology and intensive care units.
Participants can obtain a certificate of attendance after completing the Course evaluation at the end of the Course by The Medicity and Clinical Training certification by the Respective Hospital.