Assessment of Right Ventricular Systolic Function
Impaired right ventricular function is a less common cause of haemodynamic instability in the perioperative and critical care setting than left ventricular dysfunction, but often produces more severe consequences. The focus of this course is on right ventricular systolic function. This course starts with tutorials covering the right ventricular systolic function pathology, then followed by a tutorial on how to measure right ventricular systolic function with echocardiography. After the tutorials have been completed, read the tutorial on how to report case studies and then complete the 5 case studies, which illustrate the different right ventricular systolic function abnormalities.
This is an online course. Upon receipt of payment, the student will receive a “Getting Started” email with instructions on how to access the course materials.
Students have the flexibility to study in their own time and location. Program materials can be accessed through the iTeachU app on smartphones and tablets with iOS, Android or Windows systems. Once the program materials have been downloaded on smartphones and tablets, all the interactive media content can be viewed even when offline (however internet access is required periodically to login or re-verify login credentials). Program materials can also be accessed online using a web browser.
- Right Ventricular Systolic Function Pathophysiology
- Right Ventricular Function
- Case Study Reporting
Suited to Specialty Groups
- Intensive Care
- Emergency Department
A: Level 6, Centre for Medical Research (entrance 5), Royal Parade, Parkville VIC 3050