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Webinar: Interventional Ultrasound (INVUS) – refresher and up-to-date information

WFUMB Webinar: Interventional Ultrasound (INVUS) – refresher and up-to-date information

Taking place on 15 April 2020, 15.00 CEST

A webinar consisting of 3 lectures & summary

Chaired and introduced by Dieter Nuernberg

Dieter Nuernberg:              Introduction    

Thomas Mueller:                Basic Principles of INVUS and Needle Guidance

Matthias Wuestner:           Surgical Interventions – on the Way to ´Sonosurgery´?

Dieter Nuernberg:              Biliary Interventions – a Special Field in INVUS

Thomas Mueller:               Summary

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The PAHO/WHO Radiological Health Program in collaboration with the World Federation of Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology and the International Foundation for Sonography Research and Education offered two lectures:

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Presentations from Webinar: Carotid Doppler: IMT, Stenosis and Cardiovascular Disease Impact

WFUMB Webinar: “Carotid Doppler: IMT, Stenosis and Cardiovascular Disease Impact”

Which took place on 26 February 2020 – 09:00 EST (15:00 CET)

A webinar consisting of 2 lectures.

Introduced and chaired by Leandro Fernández, MD

Michael Lilly, MD (Vascular Surgeon) IMPACT OF CARDIAC DISEASES ON FINDINGS ON CAROTID ULTRASOUND

Dr. Lilly has been a faculty member of the University of Maryland School of Medicine since 1989, and he was the director of Non-Invasive Vascular Diagnostic Lab for ten years. He served as the chief of vascular surgery at the Baltimore VA Medical Center from 1999 to 2004. Then, he was appointed the chief of the department of surgery and the director of the vascular center at Maryland General Hospital (now University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus).
He has served on the editorial boards of the Journal of Surgical Research and the Journal of Vascular Surgery. 

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Leandro Fernández, MD (Internist-Sonographist) IMT AND INTERNAL CAROTID STENOSIS ULTRASOUND ASSESSMENT

Dr. Fernandez is Director of the Laboratory of Advanced Sonography at Instituto Medico La Floresta in Caracas-Venezuela and Professor of Physics and Clinical Applications of Doppler Ultrasound at SonoImagen-JUREI.  He has been involved with Ultrasound since 1985.
Dr. Fernandez is a Keynote Speaker with more than 400 lectures and facilitations of numerous meetings around the World. He was President of the WFUMB 2013 Congress in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Currently is the WFUMB Regional Director of Centers of Education in Latin America.

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Presentations from WFUMB Webinar: Fatty Liver – an emerging problem in clinical practice – 02-10-2019

The WFUMB Webinar: Fatty Liver – an emerging problem in clinical practice, was held on 02 October 2019, 15.00 CEST. The presentations from this webinar events can be found below:

  • Ioan Sporea, Timisoara: Introduction
  • Piero Portincasa, Bari: “Fatty liver: epidemiology and risk factors”  –  Click here for C.V.
  • Ioan Sporea, Timisoara: “Noninvasive quantification of steatosis in NAFLD patients”
  • Christoph Dietrich, Bad Mergentheim: “Noninvasive evaluation of fibrosis in NAFLD patients”
  • All presenters: Discussions, questions & answers
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Presentations from the WFUMB Webinar: IMpocus: The Current State & Exciting Future of Ultrasound Use in Internal Medicine – 08-01-2019
A successful WFUMB Webinar event took place on 8th January 2019, 7 PM CET titled – IMpocus: The Current State & Exciting Future of Ultrasound Use in Internal Medicine on 8th January 2019, 7 PM CET.  Expert speakers from the event were:

Topics were:

• What folks are doing internationally
• How IM POCUS compares with EM or ICU POCUS – what makes us different?
• What challenges we face as a community going forward and how we can address these (as a village)

Presentations from the webinar are below …
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Presentations from WFUMB / EFSUMB Joint Webinar on GIUS: 13-09-2018

A successful Webinar was held jointly between WFUMB and EFSUMB on 13 September 2018 by the following experts:

  • OH Gilja (Bergen) – Chairman

  • Kim Nylund, Bergen – Basic methodology of GIUS and normal findings

  • Stephanie Wilson, Calgary – The role of US in complications of IBD

  • Giovanni Maconi, Milan – Evaluation of deep remission in IBD using ultrasound

  • Carla Serra, Bologna – CEUS of the bowels in IBD

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Webinar recording on Safety and Bio-effects

Webinar recording on Safety and Bio-effects

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The PAHO/WHO Radiological Health Program in collaboration with the World Federation of Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology and the International Foundation for Sonography Research and Education offered two lectures:

The PAHO/WHO Radiological Health Program in collaboration with the World Federation of Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology and the International Foundation for Sonography Research and Education offered two lectures:

  • DATES: 10 & 17 July 2018 at 4 PM EST or Washington, DC Time
  • AUDIENCE: Participants include practicing sonographers, radiological technologists, physicians/radiologists and medical physicists.

If approved, continuing medical education credits (CMEs) will be awarded to ARDMS, ARRT, CARDUP, CAMRT and, CCI certified radiological technologists. Also, certificates will be awarded to all participants upon attending and completing all lectures and tests.

TUESDAY 10 JULY 2018 – BIOEFFECTS AND SAFETY OF ULTRASOUND
(4:00-5:30PM EST / WASHINGTON, DC TIME)
Jacques S. Abramowicz, MD, FACOG, FAIUM
Professor and Director, Ultrasound Services
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
University of Chicago

DISCLAIMER: These lectures are for continuing education purposes only and do not replace formal education. They are tailored to participants with prior education or formal training in the subject. These lectures are not to be reproduced or sold.

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