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The Certificate Course in OBS/GYN Ultrasound is a 2 weeks intensive, hands-on program designed to help train OBGYNs in the practical application of obstetric and gynecologic ultrasound. The goal is to provide you with a complete educational experience with state-of-the-art equipment and the opportunity to maintain direct contact with the course instructor and other participants of the course faculty. This course will help you master the essential ultrasound applications used in obstetrics and gynecology while adding to your knowledge in a wide range of areas. You will also receive valuable, hands-on experience on phantoms.







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How to Apply?

  • Send your resume to the email given below.
  • Write on the email title: (Obs and Gyne Ultrasound Course).
  • Note: You will get automated reply with submission form for assessment.
  • We will send you an invitation letter for supporting of visa application.

Ultrasound is used in OB/GYN to monitor the health and development of the fetus during pregnancy. It allows healthcare providers to visualize the fetus, assess fetal growth, check for any abnormalities, and monitor the placenta and amniotic fluid. In Gynecology, ultrasound can be used to examine the pelvic organs, diagnose conditions, and guide certain procedures.

Obstetric ultrasounds are typically performed at various stages of pregnancy. The first ultrasound, often called a dating or viability scan, is usually done in the first trimester to confirm the pregnancy, estimate gestational age, and check for the heartbeat. Additional ultrasounds may be performed in the second and third trimesters for detailed fetal anatomy assessment and growth monitoring.

Yes, there are different types of OB/GYN ultrasounds. Common ones include:

  • Transabdominal ultrasound: A transducer is moved across the abdomen to create images.
  • Transvaginal ultrasound: A probe is inserted into the vagina for clearer images, especially in early pregnancy.
  • Doppler ultrasound: Measures blood flow, often used to assess fetal well-being.

Generally, ultrasound is considered safe during pregnancy when used as recommended by healthcare professionals. It does not use ionizing radiation like X-rays. However, it’s important to use ultrasound judiciously, and medical professionals will weigh the benefits against any potential risks.

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OB/GYN ultrasound can detect various conditions and factors, including:

  • Fetal development and anatomy.
  • Gestational age and estimated due date.
  • Multiple pregnancies.
  • Placental position and health.
  • Amniotic fluid levels.
  • Gynecological conditions such as ovarian cysts or fibroids.

In many cases, yes. However, the accuracy of gender determination can depend on factors such as fetal position and gestational age. It’s essential to discuss this with your healthcare provider.

If you have more specific questions or if there’s a particular aspect of OB/GYN ultrasound you’d like more information on, feel free to ask!

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