Re: [echocardiography] Regarding Echo Exam of ASE
- View SourceFrom my experience, I found that you have to use more than one single text
book to cover the ultrasound physics. There are a lot of physics questions.
The book titled "Textbook of Clinical Echocardiography" by Otto and Pearlman
is an easy basic single source for the physics section. For the other
sections of the exam you need to have interpreted a lot of echo studies to
answer the questions well (>20 studies/week found to be the best indicator).
Fiegenbaum's "echocardiography book remains an easy to read single source
Jean Yacoub, MD.,FACC.
>From: "AJAY JINDAL" <annaporna@...>_________________________________________________________________
>Subject: [echocardiography] Regarding Echo Exam of ASE
>Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2001 12:32:39 +0530
>Can any body suggest some material for Echo exam by ASE
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- View SourceHere is some information from the current Society of Diagnostic Sonography
Ultrasound Physics and Instrumentation Review Now Available
The latest in the SDMS' series of certification examination reviews is
now available. The National Certification Examination Review: Ultrasound
Physics and Instrumentation includes a CME test so you can earn 8 SDMS
CME credits while studying for the ARDMS examination.
Item# Description CME Credits Member Price Non-Member
7506 Ultrasound Physics & Instrumentation 8 $45 $70
For more information about the National Certification Examination Review
To print an order form, visit:
Gerson S. Lichtenberg, RDCS, APS
Oak Park Hospital
Oak Park, Illinois
- View SourceFor Physics I found Sidney Edelman.PH.D invaluable in regard to physics.
2601 S. Wildwood Circle,Woodlands Texas 77380
Take his course/courses and you will pass.
There is usually one in Las Vegas that should be coming up soon.
Good Luck! Jim Clark RDCS