Ccpu log book basic / advanced (Please circle one) for dr neonatal registrar



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FS 557931



CCPU LOG BOOK
BASIC / ADVANCED

(Please circle one)




FOR
DR

NEONATAL REGISTRAR
HOSPITAL



Serial Number




Date of CPU





Patient’s MRN & Addressograph






Patient’s relevant history and clinical findings






Indication for CPU





Findings of CPU






Supervised by








Supervisor’s Comments







Supervisor’s Signature & Date.



CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that

Dr ………………………….,

has satisfactorily completed the

LOG BOOK requirements for the



Basic CCPU 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

Dr ………………………….,

has satisfactorily completed the

LOG BOOK requirements for the



Advanced CCPU 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






Signed by:

Date:
Basic Cranial Ultrasound Scans





Learning Goals




1.

Understand and appreciate the infection risks of scanning




2.

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




3.

Demonstrate an understanding of normal cranial anatomy




4.

Competently use coronal and sagittal cranial ultrasound windows via anterior fontanelle to demonstrate normal anatomical structures.




5.

Recognise intracranial bleeding with competent assessment of sub-ependymal, intraventricular and parenchymal bleeding




6.

Understand the common conventions of cranial scanning and competently record a series of images to clearly demonstrate normal cranial anatomy




7.

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




8.

Competently interpret the ultrasound findings in relation to the clinical scenario






Signed by:

Date:

Advanced Cardiac Ultrasound Scans





Learning Goals




1.

Demonstrate an understanding of the normal anatomical structure of the heart

as it relates to the standard echocardiographic windows






2.

To attain proficiency in image optimisation in order to enable appropriate assessment of common patterns of Congenital Heart Disease.




3.

Recognise common patterns of Congenital Heart Disease




4.

Assessment of size and shunt direction of the patent ductus arteriosus




5.

Measure Right and Left Ventricular Output




6.

Measure Superior Vena Cava Flow




7.

Assess myocardial function using M-mode and other means




8.

Recognition of common Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) including, when to involve a Paediatric cardiologist as set out in the “Appropriate Use’ Statement.




9.

Recognise indirect markers to the presence of CHD e.g. large or small vessels and chambers, abnormal movement of myocardium or valves.




10.

Assessment of baby with cyanosis of unknown cause - Recognise echocardiographic features of PPHN




11.

Recognise common cyanotic CHD that can mimic PPHN (e.g TAPVC, TGA)




12.

Recognise other common cyanotic CHD including ductal dependent

pulmonary circulations






13.

Recognise other common CHD -

o Recognitions of muscular and peri membranous VSDs

o Pulmonary Stenosis

o Fallots Tetralogy

o A-V Canal Defects







Signed by:

Date:
Advanced Cranial Ultrasound Scans





Learning Goals




1.

Competently use coronal and sagittal cranial ultrasound windows via anterior fontanelle to demonstrate normal anatomical structures.




2.

Recognise intracranial bleeding with competent assessment of sub-ependymal, intraventricular and parenchymal bleeding




3.

Recognise common structural abnormalities of cerebral development




4.

Be able to perform and interpret Doppler studies of the anterior and middle

cerebral artery






5.

Be able to perform and interpret studies of mastoid, temporal and posterior fontanelle views




6.

To recognise the common parenchymal and Doppler changes seen in the

asphyxiated infant






7.

Need to recognise when referral should be mandatory because of

an incomplete scan or a possible anatomical or functional abnormality






8.

Competently interpret the ultrasound findings in relation to the clinical scenario






Signed by:

Date:

Advanced Abdominal Ultrasound Scans





Learning Goals




1.

Demonstrate an understanding of Normal abdominal anatomy




2.

Demonstrate an understanding of Anatomy and relationships of major organs




3.

Demonstrate an understanding of Anatomy and relationships of IVC and abdominal aorta




4.

Attain proficiency in image optimisation in order to enable appropriate demonstration of the IVC and abdominal aorta including umbilical catheter and PIC tip location




5.

Attain proficiency in image optimisation in order to enable appropriate demonstration of the Location and identification of the kidneys




6.

Attain proficiency in image optimisation in order to enable appropriate demonstration of the Bladder location and assessment of relative volume





7.

Need to recognise when referral should be mandatory because of

an incomplete scan or a possible anatomical or functional abnormality






8.

Competently interpret the ultrasound findings in relation to the clinical scenario






Signed by:

Date:


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