Professor Dilly OC Anumba – The Place of Ultrasound Imaging in the Modern Management of Pre-term Birth
In this educational session, Professor Dilly OC Anumba; Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Honorary Consultant in Obstetrics and Fetomaternal Medicine at the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust will discuss the place of ultrasound in the modern management of pre-term birth.
Professor Anumba will discuss the definitions and epidemiology of pre-term birth and the use of ultrasound in prediction and prevention of pre-term birth. Join him as he explores the technical issues and techniques for using ultrasound in the management of those at risk of pre-term birth, and the implications for antenatal management.
This Ultrasound educational talk offers 1 CPD credit.
Professor Dilly OC Anumba
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Honorary Consultant in Obstetrics and Fetomaternal MedicineUniversity of Sheffield and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust
By the end of this lecture, the delegate will be able to demonstrate an understanding of ultrasound in the modern management of pre-term birth:
- Understand the role and value of ultrasonography in the prediction and prevention of pre-term birth.
- Understand the technical issues as well as the techniques employed for cervical ultrasonography to manage pre-term birth.
- Appreciate how cervical ultrasound is employed with other ancillary modalities to assess and manage risk of pre-term birth.
- Appreciate the evidenced cervical ultrasound protocols during prenatal care to mitigate pre-term birth.
- Once you have watched this session, you will be invited to submit feedback in order to gain your CPD certification. Once complete, your certificate will be available to download via your profile area.
This educational talk was created on 23rd August 2021. All information contained in this session was correct at the time of distribution.
Disclaimer: Appearing on the Medical Imaging Academy does not represent a commercial partnership or interest from the speaker. The views herein do not represent the views of Canon Medical Systems Ltd.