Free Fluid in the Abdomen Ultrasound Workshop

MUSIG club is welcoming you all students for our event on U/S scanning of free fluid in the abdomen. We promise you interesting cases, scans of pathologies, and making the events very interactive.

Med 1s, join the event to feel more prepared for your SIM center session and make the most out!

Med 2, 3 and 4, are you interested in ER or you have simple forgotten how to look for free fluid in the abdomen? Tune in on our event you will get a great review on the topic! 

When: Wednesday, February 10, 2021 at 18:00.

Where: Virtual scan by Zoom!

How: fill in the google link to sign up and we will send students the Zoom link.

Crash Course on Renal Scan

Join us on Zoom for a crash course on how to scan the kidney with an Ultrasound! We’ll go over everything from how a normal kidney looks like to how to diagnose hydronephrosis and nephrolithiasis. Aren’t you tired of waiting for radiology to dictate their reading of the renal scan?

We are constantly working on improving our Zoom lectures and make them as clear as possible so that you understand exactly what to do even if you don’t have a probe in your hand. Promise to make it short & sweet, very high yield.

When? Wednesday, January 20th at 7:00 PM.

Where? On Zoom. Fill in our google form and we’ll send you an email with the Zoom link!

Who? This crash course is designed for all medical students, from 1st to 4th year, who want to master the renal ultrasound and impress their peers!

Virtual IVC/AAA Scan

MUSIG is presenting our IVC/AAA teaching session via Zoom!

Join us to learn how to differentiate the IVC from the aorta and how to scan the patient’s abdomen in order to look for an abdominal aortic aneurism!Please fill in the google form and we will send you a Zoom link shortly before the event!

WHEN: October 28, 2020 at 7:00 pm.

WHERE: Zoom. Link will be sent prior to the session to all participants.

HOW: Please fill the google form to participate.

iSepsis - Vena Caval Ultrasonography - Just Don't Do It!
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