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Programme Overview: 

Ultrasound imaging or scanning is a technique of capturing images from inside the human body by using high frequency sound waves, without involving the use of x-ray. The sound waves are emitted from a handheld device, called the probe or transducer, and upon hitting our body, the sound are reflected and captured by the same probe, which are then processed by the computer into real-time visual images. Ultrasound is a valuable way for your doctor to examine and observe the movements of our body’s internal organs, like our heart, liver, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas, kidneys, bladder, the blood vessels and fetus or embryo in a pregnant woman.

Target Group: 

  • Radiographers
  • General Practitioners
  • Who are interested to operate ultrasound in order to determine gestational age, detection of multiple pregnancies and fetal anomalies

 Course Content: 

  • Basic Physics of Ultrasound
  • Principle and Safety of Ultrasound in Pregnancy
  • The Ultrasound Scanner : Planes and Transducer Position
  • Sonography Cross Sectional Anatomy in Obstetrics
  • Ultrasound of the Fetal Heart
  • Central Nervous System, Gastrointestinal Tract and Urogenital System Anomalies
  • Anomalies


  • CME recognition from MOH
  • CPD point from MMA


7 hours/1 day


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After IPTN discount



Team registration per pax

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