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CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that,………………………….,

has satisfactorily completed the LOG BOOK requirements for the Basic CAHPU course in Neonatology with recommended duration of training.
He/she has completed the required scans under my direct supervision at ……………………… Hospital.
Signed by:
Date:

CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that,………………………….,

has satisfactorily completed the LOG BOOK requirements for the Advanced CAHPU course in Neonatology with recommended duration of training.
He/she has completed the required scans under my direct supervision at ……………………… Hospital.
Signed by:
Date:

Basic Cardiac Ultrasound Scans





Learning Goals




1.

Understand and appreciate the needs of an infant during scanning




2.

Understand and appreciate the infection risks of scanning




3.

Understand and appreciate the optimal choice of probes and settings for neonatal scanning




4.

Demonstrate an understanding of the normal anatomical structure of the heart as it relates to the standard echocardiographic windows




5.

Competently perform 2D imaging of the neonatal heart using the parasternal long axis, short axis, high parasternal ductal/arch view, apical and subcostal echocardiographic windows




6.

Use of M mode to measure the LA:Ao ratio and assess left ventricular contractility




7.

Use of pulsed wave Doppler and colour Doppler as to demonstrate normal blood velocities across heart valves and through the outflow tracts.




8.

Understand the common conventions of cardiac scanning and competently

record a series of images to clearly demonstrate normal cardiac anatomy






9.

Competently interpret the heart ultrasound findings in relation to the clinical

Scenario





10.

Need to recognise when referral should be mandatory because of an incomplete scan or a possible anatomical or functional abnormality



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