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Congenital Bowel Obstruction in Neonates - Part 1
  • Presenter: Dr. Alan Daneman
  • Runtime: 20:54
  • Format: Video + PowerPoint
  • Created: June 13, 2012

$35 USD

MODULE DESCRIPTION: G.I. tract radiographs are used to evaluate gas patterns (intraluminal intestinal gas, free gas, intramural gas, portal venous gas), and calcification (peritoneal, intestinal wall, intestinal lumen). Sonography is being used in acute abdominal conditions in the neonatal period because its extremely sensitive in documenting tiny bubbles of free gas in the peritoneal cavity from perforation. Ultrasound is also very helpful in documenting the presence of peritoneal calcifications.
Congenital Bowel Obstruction in Neonates - Part 2
  • Presenter: Dr. Alan Daneman
  • Runtime: 12:43
  • Format: Video + PowerPoint
  • Created: June 13, 2012

$25 USD

MODULE DESCRIPTION: G.I. tract radiographs are used to evaluate gas patterns (intraluminal intestinal gas, free gas, intramural gas, portal venous gas), and calcification (peritoneal, intestinal wall, intestinal lumen). Sonography is being used in acute abdominal conditions in the neonatal period because its extremely sensitive in documenting tiny bubbles of free gas in the peritoneal cavity from perforation. Ultrasound is also very helpful in documenting the presence of peritoneal calcifications.
Congenital Heart Disease: Simple Lesions
  • Presenter: Dr. Rachel Wald
  • Runtime: 19:01
  • Format: Video + PowerPoint
  • Created: November 09, 2011

$30 USD

MODULE DESCRIPTION: Simple lesions in the context of congenital heart disease, focusing on the anatomy, nomenclature, diagnosis, management, and outcome of atrial and ventricular septal defects. The importance of understanding anatomy and physiology, which are fundamental for the optimal imaging and management of congenital heart disease.
Contrast Nephropathy
  • Presenter: Dr. Kieran Murphy
  • Runtime: 19:27
  • Format: Video + PowerPoint
  • Created: May 11, 2012

$20 USD

MODULE DESCRIPTION: Iodine contrast induced nephropathy (CIN) is responsible for 11% of in-hospital acquired renal failure, and risk of death with CIN is 34% during hospitalization, compared to 7% in matched controls. Gadolinium is a complicated compound that comes with a FDA Blackbox warning, yet off-label has become common place.
CT Colonography – Bowel Preparation Part 1
  • Presenter: Dr. Nasir Jaffer
  • Runtime: 16:46
  • Format: Video + PowerPoint
  • Created: November 04, 2011

$15 USD

MODULE DESCRIPTION: Bowel preparation for patients undergoing CT colonography. For the appropriate interpretation and increased sensitivity to polyp detection, colon cleansing is a necessary and important component of the examination. Special techniques and preparation are of particular importance for elderly patients and those with severe constipation. Dr. Jaffer highlights the principles, types, and pitfalls of bowel preparation and fecal tagging, as well as the results of bowel prep studies.
CT Colonography – Bowel Preparation Part 2
  • Presenter: Dr. Nasir Jaffer
  • Runtime: 26:36
  • Format: Video + PowerPoint
  • Created: November 04, 2011

$15 USD

MODULE DESCRIPTION: Bowel preparation for patients undergoing CT colonography. For the appropriate interpretation and increased sensitivity to polyp detection, colon cleansing is a necessary and important component of the examination. Special techniques and preparation are of particular importance for elderly patients and those with severe constipation. Dr. Jaffer highlights the principles, types, and pitfalls of bowel preparation and fecal tagging, as well as the results of bowel prep studies.
CT Colonography: How to Get Started - Part 1
  • Presenter: Dr. Sangeet Ghai
  • Runtime: 19:32
  • Format: Video + PowerPoint
  • Created: November 21, 2011

$15 USD

MODULE DESCRIPTION: The necessary technical and personnel requirements for setting up a successful CT colonography screening and treatment program. This presentation is split into two parts. Part 1 describes the technical requirements needed to setup a CTC program in your hospital, including the personnel that is required and the relationships needed with your clinical colleagues. Part 2 discusses patient education (touching a little on preparation), colonic insufflation, intravenous spasmolytics, training, and quality assurance.
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