All MusculoSkeletal Health Professionals, who are interested to incorporate MusculoSkeletal Ultrasound in their Clinical Practice.
Participants of different MusculoSkeletal Specialities will be distributed in Small groups of 5 - 6 participants for each group for the Hands On training.
Who can register?
The 2nd Time
The faculty will consist of international teachers highly experienced in MSUS .
Their guidance ensures students will build MusculoSkeletal Ultrasound skills that will enable them to add to their patients care and outcome.
Ramses Hilton Hotel
Why Join :
For registration, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please, to put (Egypt EULAR Endorsed MSUS Course) in The Subject of your email.
Seats are limited.
25 - 27 October, 2019
MusculoSkeletal Sonography Meeting -
- To know the Doppler physics, technology and artefacts. - To know the application, indications and limitations of Doppler. - To optimize Doppler settings. - To use color and power Doppler to detect
synovial and entheseal inflammation. - To detect structural joint damage (i.e. bone, tendons, cartilage). - To perform sonographic-guided
periarticular and articular injections
It is really important to join because of the following reasons:
- Top Level Faculty.
- Rich 6 Joints program with Hands-on Workshops.
- Qualifying for the next Level.
- Branded Course.
- Top level of Organization, as ever.
The Event has been designed following the recommendations for the content and conduct of musculoskeletal ultrasound courses of European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR). 1.
The course will be run for 3 days. It will focus on Musculoskeletal examination technique, normal Musculoskeletal Sonoanatomy and detection of the principal Musculoskeletal pathologies. It will consist of lectures with demonstrations and hands-on scanning in small groups per each ultrasound machine on hands of experienced tutor.
Reference: (1) Recommendations for the content and conduct of musculoskeletal ultrasound courses European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR). Ann Rheum Dis 2008; 67:1017-1022