• 10 Lessons

    Advanced Hemodynamics (HEM002)

    This course educates about advances in neonatal hemodynamics and echocardiography. It is a mandatory course for neonatologists who want a focused orientation on a detailed assessment of hemodynamics and echocardiographic measurements in specific conditions like shock, PDA, and pulmonary hypertension. It includes essential concepts about advanced hemodynamics parameters and echo techniques.

  • 10 Lessons

    Basics of hemodynamics (HEM001)

    This course educates you about the basics of neonatal hemodynamics and echocardiography. It includes the important concepts of blood pressure assessment, hemodynamics parameters, and basic echo assessment techniques. It is a mandatory course for all neonatal care practitioners.

  • 9 Lessons

    Basics of NIRS (MON002)

    This course is designed to educate you about the daily practice and clinical applications of NIRS; you will learn how to interpret NIRS values and the applications of tissue oximetry at the bedside. You will also learn the bedside clinical algorithm; at the end, test yourself with an interactive quiz and get the course certificate.
  • 8 Lessons

    Lung Ultrasound Basics (LUS001)

    This course is designed to teach basic lung ultrasound skills to all neonatologists and pediatricians (Highly recommended to all neonatal and pediatric care practitioners)

  • 7 Lessons

    POCUS in Neonatal Emergencies (POC001)

    This is an important training course on the general application of POCUS in Neonatal Emergencies

  • 4 Lessons

    Ultrasound-guided vascular access (POC002)

    This course demonstrated the basics of vascular USS and the utilization of ultrasound in obtaining vascular accesses, including peripheral and central veins and arteries. The complications related to delay in getting appropriate vascular lines in pediatric patients are standard, and getting the line in time is lifesaving. Therefore, applying ultrasound-guided vascular access to our practice is no longer optional. It is a mandatory intervention. The current literature identified the ability of this intervention to reduce the risk of vascular injuries and access failure.

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