Ultrasound of Female Reproductive Organs

Ultrasound Assessment of the Female Reproduction Organs 
Simulated Clinical Training Module 
8 CE Credits

This module teaches you the preparation for and performance of the female reproductive organs.
For use in a gynecologic or reproductive medicine setting.
​There are three interactive simulations to test your abilities.

Module Requirements for 8 CE credits:   
1)  Log a minimum of 8 hours within the module, including practice simulation.
2)  Take both Quizzes.  You must pass each with a minimum 94% score.
3)  Complete one test simulation with a minimum score of 94%.
4)  Download your log, print and attach in an email to RNNCEs

Module Objectives

  • Following completion of the Module requirements the learner will:
  • Identify and explain the anatomy and physiology of the female pelvis on diagrams and sonograms.
  • Describe and demonstrate the protocol for sonographic scanning of the female pelvis, including transabdominal and endovaginal scanning.
  • Describe and demonstrate Doppler evaluation of the female pelvis, including uterus and ovaries.
  • Identify on images, common abnormalities and pathologies of the uterus and adnexa, including fallopian tubes, ovaries, and the appearance and locations of the various types of intrauterine contraceptive devices.
  • Describe the sonographic evaluation and follow-up of the infertile patient.
  • Describe the interventional and post-operative uses of ultrasound.
  • Differentiate the sonographic appearances of the female reproductive organs in relation to the menstrual cycle, the use of contraceptives and hormone replacement, and following chemotherapy.