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Advanced MRI Safety Training For MRI Healthcare Professionals:
Level 2 MR Personnel
Released: February 16, 2015 Expires: February 15, 2017 CE credits: 1.5 Cost: $30.00
Faculty: Frank G. Shellock, PhD, FACC, FACR, FACSM
16459

This 90-minute program reviews critical data regarding safety in the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) environment.  With current information, MRI healthcare professionals are better able to ensure patient and staff safety and optimize MRI facility guidelines.

Dr. Frank G. Shellock outlines recommendations from the peer-reviewed literature and documents developed by the Food and Drug Administration, the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, the American College of Radiology, and the Institute for Magnetic Resonance, Safety, Education and Research, and other organizations. This program reviews fundamental MRI safety protocols and meets training recommendations set by the American College of Radiology and the requirements of the Joint Commission.

Internationally respected, MRI safety researcher and educator, Dr. Frank G. Shellock developed this comprehensive, 90-minute program specifically to educate Level 2 MR Personnel as defined by the American College of Radiology. Notably, according to the ACR Guidance Document on MR Safe Practices: 2013, “it is understood that the medical director will have the necessary education and experience in MR safety to qualify as level 2 MR personnel”. Therefore, radiologists and others may use this program to obtain the necessary body of knowledge that will help them to ensure safety in the MRI environment.

Learning Objectives

After completing this course the participant should be able to:

  • Recognize MRI-related bioeffects and safety issues
  • Identify safety issues related to MRI contrast agents
  • Understand MRI labeling information for implants and devices
  • Apply proper patient management information related to the MRI environment
  • Employ comprehensive screening procedures to ensure safety

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Advanced Techniques in Visualization of Microvascularization
Released: April 22, 2016 Expires: April 21, 2018 CE credits: 1.0 Cost: $0.00
Faculty: Sally O'Hara, MD, FAAP, Patrick A. Washko, BSRT, RDMS, RVT, FSVU
16174

In recent years the capabilities of ultrasound flow imaging have increased enormously. With such versatility, clinicians are now using this non-invasive technique for additional diagnostic applications.

However, despite continued advances in the technology, it remains vital that clinicians understand both the capabilities and limitations of Doppler ultrasound.

This Expert Forum reviews these principles and discusses current advances that are adding additional clinical value in both the pediatric population and vascular labs.

Following completion of this program, audience members will be able to:

  • Describe the differences between conventional Color Doppler, power Doppler and the new SMI (Superb Microvascular Imaging) technology.
  • Identify improvements to imaging capability between conventional Color Doppler, power Doppler and SMI.
  • Apply SMI to problem solving for pediatric and vascular imaging cases.

This program was originally broadcast live as part of a Webinar sponsored by the Institute for Advanced Medical Education (IAME) and supported through an unrestricted educational grant from Toshiba America Medical Systems.

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Basic MRI Safety Training To Prevent Accidents and Injuries:
Level 1 MR Personnel
Released: Expires: CE credits: Cost: $30.00
Faculty: Frank G. Shellock, PhD, FACC, FACR, FACSM
16030

The Basic MRI Safety Training Program provides basic information regarding MRI technology, describes common hazards and unique dangers associated with the MRI environment, and presents guidelines and recommendations to prevent accidents and injuries. This training program is appropriate for medical and other personnel who may occasionally or periodically encounter MRI facilities as part of their employment and emphasizes the potential hazards of the MRI environment and the necessary safety precautions that particularly impact such groups. Internationally respected, MRI safety researcher and educator, Frank G. Shellock, PhD developed this comprehensive, 50-minute program.

Internationally respected, MRI safety researcher and educator, Dr. Frank G. Shellock developed this comprehensive, 50-minute program specifically to educate Level 1 MR Personnel as defined by the American College of Radiology.

Learning Objectives

After completing the Introduction to MRI Safety Training Program, you will be able to:

  • Understand the importance of MRI as a diagnostic imaging modality
  • Identify the hazards and dangers related to the MRI environment
  • Describe the possible risks associated with MRI examinations
  • Explain the reasons for the screening procedure required for an individual and patient prior to being allowed into to the MRI environment or to undergo an MRI examination
  • Describe guidelines and recommendations to prevent accidents and injuries in the MRI environment

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Digital Breast Tomosynthesis: Part 1:
Where We Are and Where We Are Going with 2015 Update
Released: October 01, 2015 Expires: October 01, 2017 CE credits: 1.5 Cost: $30.00
Faculty: Melissa A. Durand, Liane E. Philpotts
16048

In this first installment of a two-part series, Dr. Liane Philpotts, Professor of Diagnostic Radiology and Chief of Breast Imaging, and Dr. Melissa Durand, Assistant Professor of Diagnostic Radiology, both from the Yale School of Medicine, will share their experiences working with digital breast tomosynthesis in a clinical setting.

Part I will discuss the following:

  • The impact on recall rates and cancer detection of using breast tomosynthesis in screening mammography.
  • The impact of breast tomosynthesis on diagnostic workups.
  • Patient cases comparing conventional mammography with conventional mammography plus breast tomosynthesis.

Includes a 15 minute 2015 update presented by Dr. Durand covering the following:

  • Differences between vendor options for presently FDA-approved tomosynthesis units
  • Review the literature since last webinar (2013) regarding:
    • Screening mammography with tomosynthesis
    • Diagnostic mammography with tomosynthesis
    • Cost analysis of tomosynthesis
    • Demonstrate what we have learned about the tomosynthesis appearance of cancer
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Digital Breast Tomosynthesis: Part 2:
Incorporating It Into Your Practice with 2015 Update
Released: October 01, 2015 Expires: October 01, 2017 CE credits: 1.5 Cost: $30.00
Faculty: Melissa A. Durand, Liane E. Philpotts
16460

In the second installment of the breast tomosynthesis webinar series, Dr. Philpotts and Dr. Durand share their experiences as it relates to incorporating breast tomosynthesis into practice at Yale University School of Medicine.

Part Two. will disucss the following:

  • How to incorporate breast tomosynthesis into a screening and diagnostic mammography practice.
  • How to counsel patients’ concerns regarding radiation dose.
  • How to manage the changes in workflow from adopting breast tomosynthesis.
  • How to develop an improved understanding of the appearance of breast cancer on tomosynthesis.

Includes a 15 minute 2015 update presented by Dr. Durand covering the following:

  • Differences between vendor options for presently FDA-approved tomosynthesis units
  • Review the literature since last webinar (2013) regarding:
    • Screening mammography with tomosynthesis
    • Diagnostic mammography with tomosynthesis
    • Cost analysis of tomosynthesis
    • Demonstrate what we have learned about the tomosynthesis appearance of cancer
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Ultrasound & MR Elastography In Children
Released: October 01, 2016 Expires: September 30, 2018 CE credits: 1 Cost: $0.00
Faculty: Daniel J. Podberesky, MD
16462

Ultrasound and MR elastography are relatively new, clinically validated, and highly reliable and reproducible imaging techniques to non-invasively, rapidly, and cost-effectively evaluate chronic liver disease in children and adults.

These techniques have widespread applicability in the pediatric population, not only in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), a leading cause of chronic liver disease in U.S. children, but in a variety of other pediatric chronic liver diseases. By measuring tissue stiffness, the radiologist can assist the clinician in identifying the presence of fibrosis within the liver parenchyma.

Histopathologic examination of liver biopsy specimens has long been considered the gold standard for the evaluation of hepatic fibrosis. However, liver biopsy is invasive, costly, not without complications, samples only a fraction of the liver parenchyma, and requires sedation/anesthesia in young children.

In this CME/CE Accredited Expert Forum, Dr. Podberesky will provide a brief overview of ultrasound and MR elastography techniques, review the current literature, applications, and provide imaging examples.

Following Dr. Podberesky's presentation, questions from the audience were taken and answered in a moderated Q&A.

Educational Objectives

  • To understand the basic principles of ultrasound and MR elastography.
  • To understand how to apply liver ultrasound and MR elastography techniques to the pediatric population.
  • To review the role that liver ultrasound and MR elastography play in the clinical evaluation and surveillance of liver fibrosis and inflammation in children.

This Program Has Been Supported Through An Unrestricted Educational Grant from Philips Healthcare.

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