The Pediatric Ultrasound Course is a two day introductory course that covers all the primary applications of pediatric/emergency ultrasound. The course is arranged so lectures are given in the morning with concentrated hands on lab experience in the afternoon both days. The lab uses live models for a realistic training experience and we provide adequate faculty coverage to ensure a significant hands on experience for each participant.
The course will be located at The Westin Michigan Avenue. The Westin Michigan Avenue, Boasting Chicago’s best address in the heart of downtown, offers a 4 Star, 4 Diamond hotel experience on the Magnificent Mile just across the street from Bloomingdale’s, the upscale shops of Water Tower Place and steps from numerous restaurants and entertainment. You can appreciate the inspired cuisine of The Grill on The Alley, which is rated among the Top 20 steakhouses in Chicago by Chicago Magazine, as well as enjoy Starbuck’s Café a la carte located in the hotel lobby.
The Westin Michigan Avenue Chicago's distinguished accommodations offer the intimacy of home. From the white tea scent to the Heavenly bed linens, from the recently opened Body Ritual Spa and renovated Westin Workout, to proudly being Green Seal Silver certified, the hotel is more than a hotel – it is a place to unwind, to get rested, enriched and renewed all in a beautiful, tranquil and sophisticated setting. We have secured sleeping rooms at a discounted rate of $229/night for participants of 3rd Rock Ultrasound. To reserve a room at The Westin you can call 888-627-8385 and mention you are with 3rd Rock Ultrasound or click on the following link Book your group rate for 3rd Rock Ultrasound Meeting
Please note that the last day to make your sleeping room reservation under the reduced rate is May 4, 2019.
Upon completion of the Pediatric Ultrasound Course, participants will be able to :
1) Demonstrate the ability to properly operate and ultrasound machine and make adjustments to obtain adequate image quality.
2) Acquire ultrasound images for needed for the evaluation of Appendicitis, Intussusception, and Pyloric Stenosis.
3) Acquire ultrasound images used to determine injuries in the Focused Assessment with Sonography for Trauma exam.
4) Use ultrasound to facilitate the intravascular placement of catheters.
Pediatric Ultrasound Course
Resident/Fellow (Verification Required)
Physician Assistant (Verification Required)
Nurse Practictioner (Verification Required)
Student / Nurse (Verification Required)