Upcoming CEUS Education
Register now: “The Essentials of CEUS: The Basics and Beyond”
Learn basic and advanced CEUS skills from world-renowned experts. As CEUS plays an increasingly vital role in diagnostic imaging these free CME training programs are a must for all ultrasound professionals.
Watch live CEUS demonstrations
Watch hands-on CEUS demonstrations performed by expert echocardiographers at the 2019 Hammersmith Echocardiology Conference in London. There is no cost to view the demonstrations.
To watch, click here
Special thanks to ICUS board members Petros Nihoyannopoulos, Mark Monaghan and Sharon Mulvagh, and to LiveMedia, for making these educational experiences available to ICUS.
NEW WEBINARS – Intro to CEUS
Essentials of CEUS – New webcasts
CEUS Safely Assesses Suspected Liver Tumors in Pregnant Women (September 5, 2019)
CEUS Helps Diagnose Infant Brain Injury and Predict Outcomes (September 5, 2019)
Tiny Bubbles Help Doctors Predict Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke (September 5, 2019)
Simple CEUS Scan Helps Diagnose Liver Cancer When MRI is Uncertain (September 5, 2019)
Ultrasound Societies Urge FDA to Remove “Black Box” on Ultrasound Contrast Agents (March 5, 2019)
Physicians predict “sea change” for contrast ultrasound use (November 26, 2018)
More ICUS Press Releases
ICUS Weekly News Monitor
- October 5, 2019
- September 30, 2019
- September 6, 2019
- August 31, 2019
- August 26, 2019
- August 21, 2019
ICUS Bubble Blog
The ICUS Bubble Blog showcases real-life CEUS experiences from around the world, with a special focus on how CEUS impacts individual patients and their care.
By Dr. Susan Back
Kendall is a 17-year old high school junior who runs track, is joining the high school debate team, and describes herself as good at “arguing her point.” She manages her active life with energy and enthusiasm until, rather suddenly, she started to have fever, body aches and back pain. Soon after, her urine started to smell bad. She was sent home from school with a fever and her mother took her to the pediatrician, who initially suspected a viral infection. When ibuprofen and rest failed to improve her fevers or aches and she was not able to eat well, her mother brought her to a local emergency department. There she was found to have a high fever and lower back pain. Click here to continue.
More Bubble Blogs
- CEUS rules out liver cancer where MR and CT were unsuccessful
- CEUS leads to life-saving surgery
- CEUS Identifies Ovarian Tumor