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 affordable ICUS 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.
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Special thanks to ICUS board members Petros Nihoyannopoulos, Mark Monaghan and Sharon Mulvagh, and to LiveMedia, for making these educational experiences available to ICUS.
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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. Orpheus Kolokythas
David is a 32-year old man with Down syndrome and a congenital ventricular septal defect, a cardiac abnormality. Despite technically successful cardiac surgery in childhood, David developed heart failure, chronic liver congestion and a chronic blockage of the portal vein, the main vessel draining the intestinal blood into the liver. Repeated fluid taps showed chylous ascites, a form of fluid buildup suggesting a lymphatic leak. Click here to continue.
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