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2011

BMUS FINAL

PROGRAMME

BRIGHTON

The 3rd National Point-of-Care Ultrasound Congress (NPoCUS2011) is incorporated within BMUS 2011 CPD points provided

THE BRIGHTON CENTRE 15TH - 17TH OCTOBER 43RD ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING AND EXHIBITION

www.bmus2011.org


The British Medical Ultrasound Society’s 43rd Annual Scientific Meeting and Exhibition returns to Brighton following last years successful meeting.

Scientific Organising Committee Dr Pete Hoskins (Chair) Mrs Dee Banks Dr Anne Marie Coady Dr Jim Connolly Mrs Nicki Delves Dr Colin Deane Mrs Sue Halson-Brown Dr Bob Jarman Dr Susanne Johnson

Prof Edward Leen Dr Tom Marshall Dr Jo Dukes-McEwan Dr Alison King Dr Jonathan Richenberg Mrs Deborah Shedden Dr Paul Sidhu Dr Barry Ward Mr Stephen Wolstenhulme

Contents Welcome to Brighton Programme Timetable Scientific Programme Poster Exhibition Social Programme Floor Plans Exhibitor List Exhibitor Editorial Sponsor page Brighton Info

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We have a very full and varied programme which we hope you enjoy. There are scientific, practical sessions and workshops across all ultrasound practice, with over 70 invited speakers. We have specialist meetings within the main conference which all are welcome to attend – the National Point of Care of Ultrasound (NPoCUS) meeting, and the joint meeting with the Society of Vascular Technologists. The scientific conference is accompanied by the highly regarded Technical Exhibition, which will run on days two and three of the conference. This is the pre-eminent showcase for new and established ultrasound manufacturers and suppliers to show off their equipment and services across a wide range of specialties. This year for the first time we are running ‘meet the expert’ breakfast sessions, and a session dedicated to student presentations. There is the return of the plenary session, with a ‘future of’ theme, and you will see that the rest of the programme has been cleared to allow everyone to be able to attend this. The Plenary session complements the other main invited lecture, the Donald MacVicar Brown lecture which this year will be given by Dr Paul Dubbins. If you have not booked a place on a particular workshop, training session, or the conference Bollywood social event on Sunday evening, you can still do so by going to the Registration desk on the ground floor foyer. Thanks are due to members of the Scientific Organising Committee and the BMUS Council and committees for all their hard work. Special thanks go out to Joy Whyte, Rachel Meir, Heather Flanagan, and Sruthi Raghaven, for making the meeting happen. We hope you enjoy BMUS 2011.

WELCOME

Brighton

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Welcome to


Programme Timetable Day 1 Saturday 15th October Syndicate 1 08.30 - 09.00

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Syndicate 3

Syndicate 4

Meeting Room 1

Vets 2

NPoCUSELS Course

NPoCUS Master-classes

Workshop Vascular 1 SMA/renal

Workshop vets

NPoCUSELS Course

NPoCUS Master-classes

Workshop vascular 2 arm DVT

Vets 3

NPoCUSELS Course

NPoCUS Master-classes

Vascular 1

Auditorium1

Vets Registration and Coffee

09.00 - 10.30

Vets 1

10.00 - 10.30

Registration and Coffee

10.30 - 11.00

Opening Ceremony

11.00 - 12.30

12.30 - 13.30

lunch

13.30 - 15.00

MSK How to do it by the expert

15.00 - 15.30

tea

15.30 - 17.00

MSK Contentious issues

17.30 - 18.30

Syndicate 2

Welcome Reception


Day 2 Sunday 16th October Syndicate 1

Syndicate 2

Syndicate 3

Syndicate 4

Meeting Room1

Auditorium 1

Abdomen 1

Gynae 1

Basic physics course

Joint BMUS/ SVT day

Workshop physiotherapy (9.00-11.00

Workshop breast

Auditorium 2

10.30-11.00

coffee

11.00-12.30

Plenary

12.30-13.30

lunch sponsored by Olympus

13.30-15.00

Professional issues 1

Gynae 2

Physics 1

Joint BMUS/ SVT day

Workshop head and neck

15.00-15.30 15.30-17.00

Workshop advanced MSK tea

Abdomen 2

Professional issues 2

Physiotherapy

Joint BMUS/ SVT day

Workshop basic gynaecology

17.00-17.45

Donald MacVicar & Brown lecture

17.45-18.30

Thistle Renaissance Suite 20.00-late Bollywood night

AXrEM Champagne reception

kindly sponsored by Hitachi Medical Systems UK Ltd

PROGRAMME TIMETABLE

09.00-10.30

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09.00-09.30 Registration


Day 3 Monday 17th October Syndicate1

Syndicate 2

Syndicate 3

Syndicate 4

08.00-09.00

Meet the expert 1

Meet the expert 2

Meet the expert 3

Meet the expert 4

09.00-10.30

Abdomen 3

Professional issues 3

Meeting Room 1

Auditorium 1

Auditorium 2

Royal Sussex County Hospital

GENERAL INFORMATION

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07.30-09.00 Registration

MSK ITD

Workshop advanced gynaecology

10.30 - 11.00

coffee

11.00-12.30

Obstetrics 1

Safety

MSK ITD

Workshop elastography

12.30-13.30

Debates

lunch sponsored by Siemens

13.30-15.00

Service improvement

Obstetrics 2

MSK ITD

Workshop abdominal doppler

15.00-15.30 15.30-17.00

tea Abdomen 4

Obstetrics3

Physics 2

MSK ITD

Workshop obstetrics

Workshop abdominal doppler

Workshop Microbubbles


Scientific Programme BMUS 2011, Brighton Day 1 Saturday 15 October WELCOME Dr Colin Deane, BMUS President, King’s College Hospital, London Dr Pete Hoskins, Scientific Organising Committee Chair, University of Edinburgh

13.30 - 15.00

MSK – HOW TO DO IT BY THE EXPERT Faculty: Dr Tom Marshall, Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital Dr David Silver, Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital Dr Justin Lee, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London Proximal excursion of the sciatic nerve at the popliteal fossa during forward bending quantified using ultrasound. Hough A, Shum G, Attenborough A, Marsden J, University of Plymouth MSK – CONTENTIOUS ISSUES Moderator: Dr Tom Marshall, Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital Streamlining an MSK US service within the radiology department – who should be trained and how should the service be run? Dr Justin Lee, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London The white paper- how should MSK US be provided best in primary care setting? Dr David Silver, Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital MSK US performed by non-radiologists/sonographers - How do we manage MSK US quality? Dr David Wilson, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford An innovative approach to a familiar problem: the development of a ultrasound guided joint and soft tissue injection service for nurses in rheumatology. Hall A, Keele University; Matthews S, Cannock Chase Hospital; Shipley K, Sister, Haywood Hospital; Dawes P, Haywood Hospital; Sheeran T, Cannock Chase Hospital; Roddy E, Keele University

14.30 - 14.30

15.30 - 17.00 15.30 - 15.55

15.55 - 16.20 16.20 - 16.45 16.45 - 17.00

Syndicate 2 09.00 - 10.30

09.00 - 09.30 09.30 - 10.00 10.00 - 10.30

11.00 - 12.15

11.00 - 11.30 11.30 - 12.15 13.30 - 15.00

VETS 1 Moderators: Dr Alison King, Glasgow University Vet School Dr Jo Dukes-McEwan, University of Liverpool Small Animal Teaching Hospital Getting the best out of your ultrasound machine - working those knobs! Petra Agthe, Anderson Sturgess Veterinary Specialists, Winchester Ultrasound of the head and neck. Dr Frances Barr, Academic Director, British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) The road map of the abdomen. Dr Petra Agthe, Anderson Sturgess Veterinary Specialists, Winchester VETS 2 Moderators: Dr Alison King, Glasgow University Vet School Dr Jo Dukes-McEwan, University of Liverpool Small Animal Teaching Hospital Does ultrasound have a role in evaluating the lame dog? Dr Frances Barr, Academic Director, British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) Therapeutic ultrasound in dogs and horses. Rachel Greetham, Chartered Animal Physiotherapist, Equine & Canine Solutions, Wrexham PRACTICAL SCANNING SESSIONS - (Dogs) This session will be tailored to delegates experience and requirements. Tutors include Frances Barr, Petra Agthe, Alison King, Jo Dukes-McEwan (cardiac) and Sarah Band (Grove Lodge)

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

10.30

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Syndicate 1


15.30 - 17.00

VETS 3 – INTERACTIVE CASES Faculty: Petra Agthe, Anderson Sturgess Veterinary Specialists, Winchester Dr Jo Dukes-McEwan, University of Liverpool Small Animal Teaching Hospital

Syndicate 3 11.00 - 17.00

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

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11.00 - 11.10 11.10 - 11.25

11.25 - 11.40 11.40 - 12.00 12.00 - 12.10 12.10 - 12.30 13.30 - 14.00

14.00 - 14.30 14.30 - 15.00 15.30 - 16.00 16.00 - 16.30 16.30 - 16.50 16.50 - 17.00

NPoCUS – ELS COURSE Moderators: Dr Bob Jarman, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Gateshead Dr Jim Connelly, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle Introduction to ELS Overview the role of Echo in Arrest, Current fundamentals of ALS Brief recap of Universal Algorithm Restrictions to Echo usage What info can be added Using Echo in Cardiac Arrest management- demo Physics of Ultrasound and Echo Knobology – the machine explained Basic Cardiac views SC and PLAX Anatomy and Embryology Practical Further Echo Views and Pathology Achieving windows PSAX, Apical Pathology Pericardial Disease, LV function Acute Right Heart strain, Aortic Disease Pneumothorax, DVT, Aorta / FAST, IVC Achieving the views Orientation of probe position and what you see, difficult subjects, mostly concentrating on subcostal views- practical Scenario 1 practice Scenario 2 practice Scenario 3 practice Scenario based discussions Governance Introducing the modality To include QA/ Image capture Governance and training issues

Syndicate 4 11.00 - 12.30

NPoCUS – MASTERCLASS Thoracic Ultrasound Moderator: Dr Nicola Drake, St Thomas’ Hospital, London

13.30 - 15.00

NPoCUS – MASTERCLASS Scanning in ITU Moderators: Dr Conn Russell, Ulster Hospital, Belfast Dr Craig Morris, Derby Hospital

15.30 - 17.00

NPoCUS – MASTERCLASS Scanning in emergency patients Moderator: Dr Tim Harris, Royal London Hospital

Meeting Room 1 11.00 - 12.30

WORKSHOP – VASCULAR 1 SMA/RENAL Moderators: Mr Stephen Wolstenhulme, University of Leeds, Dr Colin Deane, King’s College Hospital, London

13.30 - 15.00

WORKSHOP – VASCULAR 2 ARM/DVT Moderators: Mr Stephen Wolstenhulme, University of Leeds Dr Colin Deane, King’s College Hospital, London


15.55 - 16.10 16.10 - 16.20

16.20 - 16.30 16.30 - 16.50

Auditorium 1 17.45 - 18.30

Welcome Reception. Drinks and President’s announcements

Day 2 Sunday 16th October Syndicate 1 09.00 - 10.30 09.00 - 09.30 09.30 - 10.00 10.00 - 10.15

10.15 - 10.30

ABDOMEN 1 – 3D/4D Moderator: Prof Edward Leen, Hammersmith Hospital, London 3D/4D imaging. Mr Ben Stenberg, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle 3D/4D new technologies. Dr Lol Berman, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge Acoustic Radiation Force Impulse (ARFI) quantification: repeatability of measurements in selected liver segments and influence of age, body Mass Index (BMI) and liver capsule-to-box (CB) distance Jaffer OS, Lung PFC, Bosanac D, King’s College Hospital, London; Patel V, St Mary’s Hospital, London; Ryan SM, Heneghan MA, Quaglia A, Sidhu PS, King’s College Hospital, London Acoustic Radiation Force Impulse (ARFI) imaging is able to identify early fibrosis in viral hepatitis: preliminary results in 83 patients compared with aspartate transaminase to platelet ratio index. Jaffer O, Lung PFC, Bosanac D, Shah A, Patel V, Ryan S, Heneghan M, Sidhu PS; King’s College Hospital, London

12.45

BMUS AGM

13.30 - 15.00

PROFESSIONAL ISSUES 1 Cross-organisational Management of Ultrasound Education Moderators: Mrs Sue Halson-Brown, University of Portsmouth Mr Stephen Wolstenhulme, University of Leeds Is there a need for CASE? Mrs Lynda Mulhair, Royal College of Midwives, London Title tbc NHS Innovation Centre Implementation of changes to the ultrasound department at Bradford Royal Infirmary and St.Luke’s Hospitals 2007-2011. Lodge VG, Elliott L, Bradford Teaching Hospitals Managing sonographers with red flag status. Johnson JG, Briggs S, Carney S, Ahluwalia A, University Hospital of South Manchester (UHSM); Butler A, NHS Fetal Anomaly Screening Programme Survey of core sonography knowledge in paediatric trainees in the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Deanery (KSS-D) Pelling V, Lillitos P, Sell T, Fernandez-Alvarez R, Brighton & Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

13.30 - 14.00 14.00 - 14.30 14.30 - 14.40

14.40 - 14.50

14.50 - 15.00

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15.30 - 15.55

VASCULAR 1 Moderators: Mr Stephen Wolstenhulme, University of Leeds Dr Kerry Tinkler, Royal Free Hospital, London TIA carotid ultrasound recommendations. Dr Crispian Oates, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle Dose-dependent artefact in the carotid artery with dynamic contrast enhanced ultrasound Thapar A, Shalhoub J, Mannaris C, AH Davies, Averkiou M, Leen ELS, Imperial College, London Initial results of a sonographer-led surveillance program for superficial femoral artery (SFA) bare metal stents to establish whether a scan at 1 year is the optimum time to pick up in-stent stenosis. Ralph R, York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust; Wolstenhulme S, University of Leeds; Nicholls MJ, York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Trombophlebitis of the thoracic wall’s superficial veins. Popescu CI; Dimitriu A, Medsana Bucharest Medical Center, Romania Does B-mode advanced image processing improve image quality? Mr Stephen Wolstenhulme, University of Leeds

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

15.30 - 17.00


15.30 - 17.00

15.30 - 16.00 16.00 - 16.30 16.30 - 16.45 16.45 - 17.00

ABDOMEN 2 Interventional US Moderators: Prof Edward Leen, Hammersmith Hospital, London Dr Jonathan Richenberg, Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton Fusion/navigation. Prof Edward Leen, Hammersmith Hospital, London Cost effectiveness of CEUS. Dr Christian Greis, Bracco Imaging Deutschland GmbH Reporting from static ultrasound images-need for change? Navis G, Martin J, Aurangabadkar A, Whiston Hospital Extending the role of the sonographer to include fine needle aspiration of neck pathology McElroy J, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

Syndicate 2

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

10

09.00 - 10.30

09.00 - 09.30 09.30 - 10.00 10.00 - 10.10 10.10 - 10.20 10.20 - 10.30 13.30 - 15.00

13.30 - 14.30 14.30 - 15.00 15.30 - 17.00

15.30 - 16.00 16.00 - 16.30 16.30 - 17.00

GYNAECOLOGY 1 EPU and fertility Moderators: Dr Susanne Johnson, Princess Anne Hospital, Southampton Prof Dirk Timmerman, University Hospitals K.U.Leuven, Belgium Early pregnancy problems Pregnancy of Unknown Location (PUL) Dr Emma Kirk, North Middlesex Hospital, London Evaluation of the endometrium, Dr Thierry van den Bosch, University Hospitals K.U.Leuven, Belgium Pelvic ultrasound: acute emergency pathology. Partington KJ, Bhuva S, Leeds Teaching Hospital Trust The endometrium and outcome of pregnancies of unknown location. Merritt SE, Redfearn C, Hamilton JA, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust What is the outcome for empty gestational sac identified transvaginally. Nelder J, Chudleigh T, Cambridge University NHS Foundation Trust. GYNAECOLOGY 2 Oncology

Moderators: Dr Susanne Johnson, Princess Anne Hospital, Southampton Dr Thierry van den Bosch, University Hospitals K.U.Leuven, Belgium The prediction of malignancy in adnexal masses Prof Dirk Timmerman, University Hospitals K.U.Leuven, Belgium The clinical impact of 3D and 4D ultrasound in gynaecology Mr Bill Smith, Clinical Diagnostic Services, London PROFESSIONAL ISSUES 2 Fit for Purpose, Fit for Practice - what do we need to assess? Moderators: Mrs Sue Halson-Brown, University of Portsmouth Mr Stephen Wolstenhulme, University of Leeds Standardised clinical competency assessments for all: can it happen? Ms Gill Harrison, City University, London Can practice subscribe to a national clinical competency framework? Mr Peter Cantin, Derriford Hospital, Plymouth Ultrasound clinical competency - does one size fit all? Dr Bob Jarman, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Gateshead

Syndicate 3 09.00 - 10.30 09.00 - 09.45 09.45 - 10.30 13.30 - 15.00 13.30 - 14.00

BASIC PHYSICS COURSE Moderator: Dr Carmel Moran, University of Edinburgh B-mode instrumentation and knobology. Dr Jacinta Browne, Dublin Institute of Technology Doppler instrumentation and knobology. Dr Peter Hoskins, University of Edinburgh PHYSICS 1 Moderators: Dr Peter Hoskins, University of Edinburgh Dr Carmel Moran, University of Edinburgh Contrast imaging and drug delivery. Prof John Hossack, University of Virginia, USA


14.40 - 14.50 14.50 - 15.00

15.30 - 17.00 15.30 - 15.45 15.45 - 16.00 16.15 - 16.30 16.30 - 16.45

PHYSIOTHERAPY ULTRASOUND Moderators: Dr Roger Moshy, The District Hospital, Peterborough Role as a physio lecturing in US science as well as being a practising physio. Mr Scott Rickard, School of Health and Emergency Professions, Herts Ultrasound measurement of adipose tissue. Ms Clodagh Toomey, University of Limerick The potential of sonography in the assessment and management of tennis elbow. TBC The role of dynamic ultrasound in physiotherapy – assessment & treatment. Debbie Stuart, Peterborough & Stamford, Hospitals Trust

Syndicate 4 09.00 - 17.00 09.00 - 09.10 09.10 - 09.30 09.30 - 09.40 09.40 - 09.50

09.50 - 10.00 10.00 - 10.30 11.00 - 12.30 13.30 - 15.00

13.30 - 14.00 14.00 - 14.30 14.30 - 15.00 15.30 - 17.00 15.30 - 16.00 16.00 - 16.30 16.30 - 17.00

JOINT BMUS/SVT DAY Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms Moderators: Ms Amanda Leavey, Yeovil District Hospital Introduction. Mr Stephen Wolstenhulme, Dr Kerry Tinkler NAAASP: Ultrasound training. Ms Jan Dodgeon, University of Salford Screening for abdominal aortic aneurysms: evaluation of a training and audit programme. Padayachee TS, Kuchta A, Arnold JA, Thomas N, Ramachandran V, Waltham M, Guy’s & St. Thomas NHS Foundation Trust NHS screening programme abdominal aortic aneurysm screening programme equipment evaluation study: phase 2 – ease of. Wolstenhulme S, University of Leeds, Hussey G, Leicester Royal Infirmary, Hartshorne T, Leicester Royal Infirmary, Moore S, Leeds General Infirmary, Evans JE, University of Leeds Surveillance of endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR): an audit of a sonographer-led colour Doppler ultrasound and a radiologist-led contrast-enhanced computed tomography service. Froggett JS, Wolstenhulme S, University of Leeds; Nicholls MJ, York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Does advanced image processing improve image quality? Mr Stephen Wolstenhulme, University of Leeds BMUS PLENARY SESSION - A opportunity for the BMUS/SVT attendees to attend the Plenary session Extending the role for vascular laboratory staff - service development in intervention and physiological measurement. Moderators: Dr Colin Deane, BMUS President Dr Kerry Tinkler, SVT President Service development: vascular ultrasound and physiological measurement. Mr Tim Hartshorne, Leicester Royal Infirmary EVLT and angiography work up clinics. Mrs Linda Harris, Salisbury District Hospital Discussion End stage renal failure and haemodialysis Moderators: Dr Kerry Tinkler, Royal Free Hospital, London, Ms Amanda Leavey, Yeovil District Hospital Ultrasound of dialysis fistulas. Mrs Nikki Cullen, Royal Liverpool Hospital What is the role of interventional radiology when an abnormal haemodialysis fistula is diagnosed by ultrasound? Dr Steven Powell, Royal Liverpool Hospital Discussion

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14.30 - 14.40

Quantitative Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound Imaging: Pitfalls, Challenges, and Advances. Dr Rob Eckersley, Imperial College, London Effect of non-steady flow on the adhesion of targeted microbubbles. Sennoga CA, Seddon J, Eckersley RJ, Tang MX, Imperial College London New formulations of albumin and dextrose based microbubbles for improved in vivo gene transfection. Browning RJ, Mulvana H, Tang MX, Hajnal JV, Imperial College London; Wells DJ, Royal Veterinary College, London; Eckersley RJ, Imperial College London The effect of functionalisation and targeting on the acoustic and stability characteristics of microbubbles. Casey J, Mulvana H, Hajnal JV, TanG MX, Eckersley RJ, Imperial College London

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

14.00 - 14.30


Meeting Room 1 09.30 - 11.00

WORKSHOP – PHYSIOTHERAPY Moderator: Dr Roger Moshy, The District Hospital, Peterborough This session will include- basic principles 3 x 20 minute practical sessions Bio feedback of the sphincters in the pelvis Shoulder.

13.30 - 15.00

WORKSHOP – HEAD AND NECK Moderator: Dr Simon Freeman, Derriford Hospital, Plymouth Ultrasound of the neck – from scared to prepared. Suitable for: Ultrasound practitioners wishing to learn or consolidate their knowledge of normal neck anatomy and scanning techniques.

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

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Abstract: The complex anatomy of the neck can make ultrasound examination a daunting prospect. Ultrasound is however ideally suited for evaluation of a wide variety of neck pathology and is increasingly requested by clinicians. Successful neck ultrasound requires knowledge of important anatomy and its ultrasound appearances. In this workshop we will demystify neck ultrasound anatomy and provide the opportunity for participants to learn and practice a structured approach to neck ultrasound under expert supervision. By the end of this hands-on session you will have learned and practiced recognising: • Which neck muscles are important and why • How to divide the neck into anatomical regions (including the AJCC levels) • A standardised routine for performing neck ultrasound • Anatomy and ultrasound techniques for examining the salivary glands and ducts This workshop will give delegates currently inexperienced in neck ultrasound the opportunity to develop their knowledge, skill and confidence and prepare them for undertaking neck ultrasound studies. 15.30 - 17.00

BSGI/BMUS WORKSHOP BASIC GYNAECOLOGY Moderators: Dr Susanne Johnson, Princess Anne Hospital, Southampton Dr Nazar Amso, University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff Station 1 + phantoms. Knobology Station 2 + phantom. Systematic approach to TV scanning Station 3. Virtual scan trainer Station 4. Online learning module.

Auditorium 1 09.00 - 10.30

WORKSHOP – BREAST Moderator: Dr Bill Svensson, Charing Cross Hospital, London • breast biopsy techniques (olives in chicken breast) • acquiring elastography images (breast phantom on chest wall of live model) • whole breast volume ultrasound acquisition (on live model)

13.30 - 15.00

WORKSHOP – ADVANCED MSK. Faculty: Dr Tom Marshall, Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital Dr Justin Lee, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London Dr John Bush, Royal Sussex County Hospital & Princess Royal Hospital, Brighton Dr Richard Goodwin, Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital Dr David Silver, Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital Dr Martin Watson, West Middlesex University Hospital Dr Gajan Rajeswaran, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London Dr Miny Walker, Imperial College, London Station 1. Shoulder masterclass. Station 2. Wrist masterclass. Station 3. Ankle/foot masterclass Station 4. Individual tutorial Station 5. Individual tutorial Station 6. Individual tutorial

17.45 - 18.30

AXrEM champagne reception


Auditorium 2

11.30-12.00 12.00-12.30 12.30-13.30

Lunch-time symposium (sponsored by Olympus KeyMed)

17.00-17.45

DONALD MACVICAR & BROWN LECTURE How do you solve a problem like Masanga. Dr Paul Dubbins, Derriford Hospital, Plymouth

Renaissance Suite, Thistle Hotel 20.00 til late

CONFERENCE SOCIAL EVENT Bollywood evening and buffet kindly sponsored by Hitachi Medical Systems UK Ltd

Day 3 Monday 17 October Syndicate 1 08.00 - 09.00

MEET THE EXPERT 1 What the gynaecology-oncologist needs to know from the ultrasound report. Mr Ken Metcalf, Southampton University Hospital

09.00 - 10.30

ABDOMEN 3 Contrast Ultrasound Kindly sponsored by Bracco UK Ltd. Moderator: Prof Edward Leen, Hammersmith Hospital, London Contrast ultrasound for incidental lesions Prof Edward Leen, Hammersmith Hospital, London Cost effectiveness of contrast ultrasound. Dr Francois Tranquart, Hopital Bretonneau, Tours, France

09.00 - 09.30 09.30 - 10.00

10.00 - 10.15

Is there a co-association between renal or retroperitoneal tumours and scrotal varicoceles? Robson JW, Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust, Wolstenhulme S, Knapp P, University of Leeds

10.15 - 10.30

Increased incidence of gallstones and biliary disease in patients with chronic spinal cord injury. Conlon R, McGlone B, National Rehabilitation Hospital,Co Dublin

13.30 - 15.00

SERVICE IMPROVEMENT Moderators: Dr Tony Evans, Leeds General Infirmary Dr Carmel Moran, University of Edinburgh What do good B-mode Images look like? Experience with 3 screening programmes. Dr Tony Evans, Leeds General Infirmary What makes a good Colour Doppler Image? Dr Colin Deane, King’s College Hospital, London The Glass Slipper approach to ultrasound phantoms Dr Scott Inglis, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh Ultrasound detection of contrast agents. How do they do it? Dr Carmel Moran, University of Edinburgh

13.30 - 13.50 13.50 - 14.10 14.10 - 14.30 14.30 - 15.00 15.30 - 17.00 15.30 - 16.00

ABDOMEN 4 Paediatric Contrast Ultrasound Moderator: Dr Paul Sidhu, King’s College Hospital Incidental Masses. Dr Maria Sellars, King’s College Hospital, London

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11.00-11.30

PLENARY Moderators: Dr Peter Hoskins, University of Edinburgh Dr Colin Deane, King’s College Hospital, London Future developments in ultrasound instrumentation. Prof John Hossack, University of Virginia, USA Future practice of clinical ultrasound. Prof Edward Leen, Hammersmith Hospital, London Future of sonography practice. Ms Julie Walton, University of Liverpool

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

11.00-12.30


16.00 - 16.30 16.30 - 16.45 16.45 - 17.00

Chronic liver disease. Dr Annamaria Deganello, King’s College Hospital, London Delineation and characterization of pediatric focal liver lesions using contrast enhanced ultrasound (CEUS): preliminary results. Jacob J, Patel P, Deganello AN, Hadzic ND, Sellars ME, Sidhu PS, King’s College Hospital, London A pictorial review of ultrasonography in the acute paediatric abdomen with surgical correlation. Zaparackaite I, Moorthy I, Lewis G, Mahomed A, Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital, Brighton.

Syndicate 2 MEET THE EXPERT 2 Advanced Doppler techniques in fetal assessment Mr Darryl Maxwell, Guys & St Thomas Hospital Trust, London

09.00 - 10.30

PROFESSIONAL ISSUES 3: Can the NHS afford Advanced Practitioners to deliver an ultrasound service? Moderators: Mrs Sue Halson-Brown, University of Portsmouth Mr Stephen Wolstenhulme, University of Leeds

09.00 - 09.30

Delivering effective ultrasound services in the NHS – time to change? Professor Audrey Patterson, SCoR Skill Mix in sonography; can we afford Advanced Practitioners? Ms Jan Dodgeon, University of Salford A Workforce Review in Diagnostic Ultrasound. Mrs Pam Parker, Hull & East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

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08.00 - 09.00

09.30 - 10.00 10.00 - 10.30 11.00 - 12.15 11.00 - 11.45 11.45 - 12.15 13.30 - 15.00 13.30 - 14.00 14.00 - 14.30 14.30 - 15.00 15.30 - 16.45 15.30 - 15.45 15.45 - 16.00 16.00 - 16.15

16.15 - 16.30

16.30 - 16.45

OBSTETRICS 1 Moderator: Dr Anne Marie Coady, Castle Hill Hospital, Cottingham PETER TWINING MEMORIAL LECTURE. Placental ultrasound and MRI in attachment disorders. Dr Mike Weston, St James’ University, Leeds Screening for Down syndrome: basic principles and theoretical aspects. Mr Wayne Huttly, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry OBSTETRICS 2 What to do next in .... Moderator: Dr Anne Marie Coady, Castle Hill Hospital, Cottingham How to do liquor volume assessment, aetiology and management. Dr Anne Marie Coady, Castle Hill Hospital, Cottingham How to manage MCDA twin gestations. Dr Leonie Penna, King’s College Hospital, London How to investigate the fetus with hydrops. Dr Tessa Homfray, St George’s University, London OBSTETRICS 3 Moderator: Dr Anne Marie Coady, Castle Hill Hospital, Cottingham Proffered Paper Session Measurement of the obstetric conjugate using ultrasound is it repeatable? Johnson JG, Cattle K, Kiff E, University Hospital of South Manchester (UHSM) Straight or spline cervical length measurement – which is most reproducible. Neale E, Chudleigh T, Nelder J, Baker R, Rosie Hospital, Cambridge,Harrison G, City University Longitudinal measurements of caesarean section scar size and residual myometrial thickness in pregnancy as predictors of scar appearance at repeat caesarean delivery. Naji O, Imperial College, London, Daemen A, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, Abdallah Y, Imperial College, London, Smith A, Imperial College, London, Pexsters A, University Hospitals, KU Leuven, Belgium, Stalder C, Saso S, Ghaem-Maghami S, McIndoe A, Imperial College, London, Timmerman D, University Hospitals, KU Leuven, Belgium, BourneT, Imperial College London/University Hospitals, KU Leuven, Belgium Visibility and dimensions of caesarean section scars in pregnancy- an interobserver variability study. Naji O, Imperial College, London, Daemen A, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, Abdallah Y, Imperial College, London, Smith A, Imperial College, London, Pexsters A, University Hospitals, KU Leuven, Belgium, Stalder C, Saso S, Ghaem-Maghami S, McIndoe A, Imperial College, London, Timmerman D, University Hospitals, KU Leuven, Belgium, BourneT, Imperial College London/University Hospitals, KU Leuven, Belgium South Manchester experience: NT screening one year on: the importance of establishing a robust QA programme within the ultrasound department. Johnson JG, Briggs S (UHSM), Butler, A : ROSCO, National Screening Committee, Carney S, Ahluwalia A, UHSM


MEET THE EXPERT 3 Contrast agents Dr Paul Sidhu, King’s College Hospital, London

11.00 - 12.30

SAFETY Kindly sponsored by Bracco UK Ltd. Moderator: Prof Gail ter Haar, Royal Marsden Hospital, Sutton Professor Kjell Salvesen, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge TI, MI and bioeffects Mr Adam Shaw, National Physical Laboratory, Middlesex

11.00 - 11.20 11.20 - 11.40 11.40 - 12.00

12.00 - 12.20 15.30 - 17.00 15.30 - 16.00 16.00 - 16.15

16.15 - 16.30 16.30 - 16.45 16.45 - 17.00

Dextrous or sinister? Can ultrasound influence you? Professor Kjell Salvesen Ultrasound safety demonstration Mr Adam Shaw, National Physical Laboratory, Middlesex Prof Gail ter Haar, Royal Marsden Hospital, Sutton Professor Kjell Salvesen, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge Ultrasound safety guidelines Prof Gail ter Haar, Royal Marsden Hospital, Sutton PHYSICS 2 Moderators: Prof Gail ter Haar, Royal Marsden Hospital, Sutton Dr Peter Hoskins, University of Edinburgh New developments in ultasonic field measurement Mr Adam Shaw, National Physical Laboratory, Middlesex Towards in vivo pathology: integrating high frequency ultrasound with interventional tools. Ssekitoleko RT, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Ng JHG, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Démoré C, University of Dundee Flynn D, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Corner GA, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee,Desmulliez MPY, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Cochran S, University of Dundee Speckle tracking methodologies for analysing peripheral nerve motion. Hunt P, The Open University, Milton Keynes, Harle J, The University of Liverpool / The Open University Neonatal transcranial ultrasound – an investigation of thermal hazard in current practice. Shaw A, Memoli G, Gélat P, Sadhoo N, National Physical Laboratory, Teddington; Osborne J, Robinson H, Bartle D, Duck FA, Royal United Hospital Bath NHS Trust Thermal mapping of HIFU fields using thermal test objects. Martin EM, Shaw A, National Physical Laboratory

Syndicate 4 08.00 - 09.00

MEET THE EXPERT 4 Testes Dr Simon Freeman, Derriford Hospital, Plymouth

09.00 - 16.00

INTEGRATED TRAINING DAY The role of MSK US in the management of patients with musculo-skeletal problems in the primary care setting. Faculty: Dr Tom Marshall,Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital Dr Justin Lee, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London Dr John Bush, Royal Sussex County Hospital & Princess Royal Hospital, Brighton Dr Richard Goodwin, Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital Dr David Silver, Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital Dr Martin Watson, West Middlesex University Hospital Dr Gajan Rajeswaran, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital,London Dr Miny Walker, Imperial College, London

15.30 - 15.45

US of the painful arc – one stop shop? Dr John Bush, Royal Sussex County Hospital Brighton US in evaluating musculo-skeletal lumps and bumps. Dr Paul Sookur, West Middlesex University Hospital US in evaluating small joint arthralgia – picking up inflammatory arthropathies early. Dr Andrew Carne, Royal Surrey County Hospital US in Achilles tendon/calf muscle injuries. Dr Tom Marshall, Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital The white paper – organizing MSK US provision in primary care. Dr David Silver, Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital Ultrasound of non displaced fractures of the rib, hip and tibia. Dr Richard Beese, Darenth Valley Hospital, Dartford

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

08.00 - 09.00

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15.45 - 16.00

Ultrasound guided subacromial bursal injection: when and how? Partington KJ, Leeds Teaching Hospital Trust

Meeting Room 1 WORKSHOP ADVANCED GYNAECOLOGY-HYCOSY Kindly sponsored by de Smit Medical Systems Ltd Moderator: Prof Steve Killick, University of Hull and Hull York Medical School Station 1- Passing a speculum Station 2- Video of how to do a HyCoSy examination Station 3- + phantom. Foam contrast and passing a catheter Station 4 - Video of HyCoSy examination with diagnostic questions

15.30 - 17.00

WORKSHOP –OBSTETRICS Faculty: Dr Anne Marie Coady, Castle Hill Hospital, Cottingham Mr Darryl Maxwell, Guys & St Thomas Hospital Trust, London Dr Mike Weston, St James’ University, Leeds Station 1. Scanning: placenta Dr Mike Weston, St James’ University Hospital, Leeds Station 2. Liquor volume measurement. Dr Anne-Marie Coady, Castle Hill Hospital, Cottingham Station 3. MCAD measurement. Mr Darryl Maxwell, Guys & St Thomas’ Hospital Trust, London Station 4. First trimester NT scan technique.

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

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09.00 - 10.30

Auditorium 1 11.00 - 12.30

WORKSHOP ELASTOGRAPHY Moderator: Dr Bill Svensson, Hammersmith Hospital, London A brief introduction to the physics of elastography Dr Peter Hoskins, University of Edinburgh Gynaecological elastography Mr Bill Smith, Clinical Diagnostic Services, London Liver elastography Dr Paul Sidhu, Kings College Hospital, London Breast elastography - why you need to understand the physics Dr William Svensson, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London. Practical Sessions on models and phantoms.

13.30 - 17.00

WORKSHOP DOPPLER IN THE ABDOMEN Moderator: Ms Julie Walton, University of Liverpool

Auditorium 2 11.00 - 11.45

11.45 - 12.30

DEBATES 1 – ULTRASOUND MACHINES SHOULD ONLY BE REPLACED WHEN THEY DIE. Moderator: Mr David Roberts-Jones, past BMUS CEO For- Dr Tony Evans, Leeds General Infirmary Against- Dr Trish Chudleigh, Addenbrookes University Hospitals NHS Trust DEBATE 2 – GYNAECOLOGISTS SHOULD STICK TO THE DAY JOB. For- Dr Sarah Russell, Manchester Against- Dr Mark Hans Emanuel, Amsterdam

Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton 11.00 - 12.30

WORKSHOP MICROBUBBLES Kindly sponsored by Bracco UK Ltd. Faculty: Dr Emma Simpson, Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton Dr Maria Sellars, King’s College Hospital, London Dr Annamaria Deganello, King’s College Hospital, London


POSTER EXHIBITION Ultrasound diagnosis of haematometra with an associated haematosalpinx. Gallagher J, Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust.

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Outcome of hysteroscopic myomectomy and polypectomy - a case series. Kar A, Davey M, Johnson S, Umranikar S, Princess Anne Hospital

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Ultrasound in the management of women with an abnormal cervical smear test. Talaat A, Metcalf K, Johnson S, Princess Anne Hospital

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Gynaecology

Physics 4.

Image attenuation correction for the quantification of tissue perfusion with microbubbles. Christensen-Jeffries, K, Tang, M-X, A.K.P, Mulvana, H, Eckersley, R.J, Imperial College London.

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Are embolic signal properties affected by embolus trajectory through the ultrasound beam? Banahan C1, J. Cowe1, V. Jeyagopal2, Chung EML2, Fan L1, Evans DH2, 1University Hospital of Leicester NHS Trust, Department of Cardiovascular Sciences, University of Leicester

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The elusive search for relevance in QA measures. Evans JA, Moore SC, Dempsey K, Wolstenhulme S, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, University of Leeds

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Measurement of the acoustic attenuation of IEC agarbased tissue-mimicking material from 13 - 33 MHz. Sun C1, Pye SD2, Browne JE 3, Janeczko A2, Ellis B2, Butler MB1, Sboros V1, Moran CM1, 1Medical Physics, University of Edinburgh; 2Medical Physics, NHS Lothian, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland; and 3School of Physics, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland

General Medicine 8.

Not just a fatty lump! Ultrasound appearances of soft tissue swellings: benign and malignant. Lalli T, Hull Royal Infirmary

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Prostate cancer pathways - making 31/62 happen. Parker PC, Byass OR, Simms M, Hunter AS, Abson J, Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

10. The impact of preoperative neoadjuvant chemoradiation on the accuracy of transrectal ultrasound for staging locally advanced rectal cancer. Li L, Ying NIE, FU Jie FU, Ling-li SHU, Shu-rui O, Li L, West China Medical School, Sichuan University, . 11. Communication of critical, urgent and significant unexpected ultrasound findings – an audit and experience of a tertiary hospital. Ward C, Parker P, Byass O, Hull and East Yorkshire NHS Trust.


12. Out of hours ultrasound - a review of interesting cases and unusual diagnoses. Johnstone A L, Partington K J, Leeds NHS Trust. 13. Imaging lymph nodes with CEUS and MRI, similar findings – a case report. Popescu C I, Oprisescu B , Dobranici T, Sprancenatu P, Biomedica International Medical Center, Academica Medical Center, Biomedica International Medical Center, Biomedica International Medical Center

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13b. Speckle tracking methodologies for analysing peripheral nerve motion. Hunt P1, Harle J2, 1The Open University, Milton Keynes 2 University of Liverpool / The Open University, Milton Keynes

Small Parts 14. Ultrasound as a first line investigation for primary hyperparathyroidism and its use in intraoperative localisation for minimally invasive parathyroidectomy. Viva, LJ, Kaabneh, A, Naisby GP, James Cook University Hospital 15. Direct access to testicular ultrasound - use it, don’t abuse it! Best, L, Aurangabadkar, A, St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust 16. Scrotal ultrasonography for diagnosis of male infertility: is it an undervalued investigation? Patel KV, Sidhu PS, King’s College Hospital 17. Sonographic features of testicular epidermoid cysts on contrast enhanced ultrasound and real time tissue elastography. Patel KV, Sellars ME, Clerke JL, Sidhu PS, King’s College Hospital.

Abdominal 18. Paucity of sonographic evidence of cystic echinococcosis amongst mundari tribe-members in southern sudan: ecologic and ethnocultural differences may explain regional prevalence disparity. Stewart BT1,2,3 Jacob J 4, Finn T 3, Lado M 5, Napoleon R 5, Brooker S 1, Sidhu PS 4, Kolaczinski J1,3 1 London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, U.K, 2 Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, U.S.A, 3 Malaria Consortium – Africa Regional Office, Uganda 4 King’s College University Hospital, London, U.K, 5 Ministry of Health, Juba, Southern Sudan.


21. Seeing past the appendix: the role of ultrasound in right iliac fossa pain. Farrow L S, Johnson R J, Johnson G, Rudralingam V, University Hospital of South Manchester (UHSM) 22. Clinical evaluation of ultrasound-guided percutaneous microwave ablation of hepatocellular carcinoma adjacent to the gastrointestinal tract. Yu XL, Liang P, Yu J, Chen ZG, Han ZY, Liu FY, Dong BW, Dept. of Interventional Ultrasound, Chinese PLA General Hospital.

Obstetrics 23. Greater Manchester down’s syndrome screening programme; a successful collaborative working strategy. Young ML, Clenton M, Murray K, Dodgeon J, Greater Manchester Public Health Network, Bolton Royal Hospitals NHS Trust, Tameside Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. University of Salford 24. An evaluation of the antenatal ultrasound obesity clinic at the Jessop Wing Maternity Unit, part of Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Bullivant E, Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS Trust 25. Audit of fetal cardiac anomaly detection rate at the Great Western NHS Hospital Foundation Trust, 2009/2010. Ahmed PW, Jones A, The Great Western Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

Point of Care 26. Point of care ultrasound on the acute medical unit. Johnson JG, Martin G, O’Connor L, Bowen A, Holland M, Gaillemin O, University Hospital of South Manchester, University of Manchester.. 27. Focused assessment with sonography for trauma FAST scan. Beese R,Tang C, Darenth Valley Hospital. 28. A cohort study to evaluate emergency medicine ultrasound by non-Sonographers in clinical practice.

MSK 29. Ultrasound evaluation for joint effusions. Partington. KJ, Leeds Teaching Hospital Trust. 30. Foot and ankle ultrasound: common pathological findings. Partington. KJ, Leeds Teaching Hospital Trust. 31. Evolution of an efficient musculoskeletal service pathway in Hull. Drury CS, Der Tavitian J, Parker P, Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals trust. 32. Ultrasound findings of epicondylitis of elbow. Kirillova ER, Kazan State Medical University, Russian Federation.

Head & Neck 33. A guide to neck ultrasound: localising and evaluating lymph nodes in the neck. Bhuva S, Partington K, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. 33b. Sonographic evaluation of thyroid nodules. Cortis K, Mizzi A. Mater Dei Hospital, Malta

Neo-Paediatric 34. The use of contrast enhanced ultrasound (ceus) in the diagnosis and management of post-traumatic splenic pseudoaneurysms in children. Jacob J, Deganello AM, Sellars ME, Sidhu PS, Kings College Hospital.

Professional Issues 35. Partnership working in an NHS ultrasound department with a contract company. Lodge VG, Bradford Teaching Hospitals.

Vascular 36. Pictorial review of multiple modality evar surveillance with comparative study of ultrasound and CT. Patrick L, Nicholls MJ, York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

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20. Accuracy of ultrasound diagnosis of groin hernia. Chiu K, Wilson R, Bates J, Razack A, Taylor D, Hull and EastYorkshire NHS Trust.

McGuinness AJ, Snaith B, Wilson J, Wolstenhulme S, Mid Yorks Hospitals NHS Trust, University of Leeds.

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19. Gallbladder wall oedema in a neonate with meconium aspiration syndrome (MAS), persistent pulmonary hypertension (pphn) and hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE). Nikaki, K., Coelho T, Aiton N, Fernandez-Alvarez JR, TMBU, BSUH NHS Trust..


Social Programme Saturday 15 October Welcome Reception

SOCIAL PROGRAMME

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17.30 - 18.30

Venue: Auditorium 1 Cost: Complimentary to all registered delegates and exhibitors. Come and mingle with friends and colleagues for drinks and President’s announcements at the opening of BMUS 2011.

Sunday 16 October AXrEM Champagne reception 17.45 - 18.30

Venue: Auditorium 1 Following the Donald MacVicar & Brown lecture, get in the party mood and join manufacturers for a few drinks before heading to the conference social event.

20.00- 01.00

Conference Party Bollywood night- buffet, DJ and disco. Kindly sponsored by Hitachi. Venue: Renaissance Suite, Thistle Hotel. Cost per person: ÂŁ25 Dress: anything goes!


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List of Exhibitors 2011

LIST OF EXHIBITORS

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Company

Stand number

BK Medical

12 & 13

British Institute of Radiologists

59

British Medical Ultrasound Society / Royal Society of Medicine

14, 15, 16

Bracco UK Ltd

19 & 20

Casmed International Ltd

58

Delta Surgical Ltd

2

de Smit Medical Systems Ltd

10

EMD Services Ltd

63

Esaote UK

34 & 36

First Call Medical / Red Professionals Locums Agency

45

Fujifilm UK Ltd

38

GE Healthcare

29

HCL Healthcare

1

Hitachi Medical Systems

17 & 18

InHealth

40

Imaging Equipment Limited

6

Limbs & Things

4

MedaPhor Ltd

5

MIS Healthcare

30 & 32

Medrad Europe BV

42

Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

44

Olympus KeyMed

22 & 23

Philips Healthcare

31 & 33

Siemens Healthcare

49, 50, 51

SonoSite

24 & 25

Southern Scientific Ltd

3

SuperSonic Imagine Ltd

28

The College of Radiographers

52

Toshiba Medical Systems

53, 55, 57

Tristel Plc

56

UK Medical Ltd

65

Wisepress Medical Bookshop

7

Zonare Medical Systems UK Ltd

21


Casmed International Limited

Specialized mobile ultrasound from BK MEDICAL

Since 1984 Casmed International has produced high quality devices for use in ultrasound including needle guides and cyst aspiration needles. We stock a wide range of covers designed to fit all makes of ultrasound probes and balloons for endoscopy ultrasound. We have an extensive range of non-latex ultracovers and balloons made from polyisoprene featuring excellent elasticity and combining all the positive aspects of latex without the negative aspect of allergy.

Our ultrasound solutions are powerful, yet small, mobile and compact. Together with our range of specialized transducers, our mobile ultrasound solutions are designed to cover your area of expertise. High image quality is the result of our IQPAC™ technology enabling you to see important anatomical detail. And with Contrast Imaging, you can get additional information to help you make the best clinical decision for your patients. Our keyboard is sealed and transducers are compatible with modern disinfection and sterilization techniques making clean up easy. We are BK Medical - the experts in specialized ultrasound.

Bracco UK Limited Bracco Imaging SpA is one of the world’s leading imaging companies. Its products are sold in over 80 countries with a global reputation for research and development. Bracco UK Limited, established in 2001, supports customers with products for X-Ray, Magnetic Resonance and Ultrasound Imaging modalities. Bracco continues its commitment to education in the field of ultrasound imaging following the growth in the use of ultrasound contrast agents to provide diagnostic capability in this developing area.

Our manufacturing processes are of the highest quality and are fully compliant with strict European standards. We have been awarded the CE mark and all products comply with international standards including ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485:2003 allowing complete traceability throughout the entire manufacturing process.

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Exhibitor Profiles

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De Smit Medical Systems Ltd ExEm Foam Kit® is a highly echogenic product to assess tubal patency during HyCoSy, made from a combination of ExEm Gel and purified water which, when mixed together, creates a foam of micro air bubbles. ExEm Gel has been used to perform nearly 30,000 inter-uterine ultrasound examinations across Europe of which approximately 10,000 have been HyCoSy (over 2,000 in the UK) with no reported complications. A cost-effective and specifically CE marked contrast agent with a proven trackrecord evidenced by over 43 fertility clinics across the UK now regularly using it. De Smit Medical are a Bristol-based medical product distributor with a UK sales force, specializing in partnerships with worldwide manufacturers promoting their existing range of women’s health and urology products.

Delta Surgical Ltd Delta Surgical has a reputation for not only supplying innovative products, but increasingly on service and quality. At Delta we firmly believe that innovation, service and quality are the cornerstones of our success, something we intend to continue to build upon in the future. We offer an extensive Ultrasound range and supply products covering all branches of medicine including Cardiology, Radiology, Theatres, Urology and Gynaecology.

EMD Services Ltd EMD Services Ltd are the official dealer for all of the SimuLab Products within the UK. Simulab’s research and developments are focused on anatomical realism and product innovation, having contributed significantly in the field of simulation. Simulab have developed a range of manikins to aid in the training of Ultrasound, with the SonoMan & SonoMom, for training in recognition and reading of Ultrasound images. Simulab also have manikins and training aids that have Ultrasoundable Tissues, enhancing the training of Lumbar Puncture, Epidural, Thoracentesis, Central Vascular Catheterization, and Foreign Body training.


Exhibitor Profiles The MyLabSeven: A unique cart based system that brings a new meaning to ‘’ease of use’’. With the use of our Smart Touch user interface and iQ Probes, ultrasound has been taken to a new level. The MyLabTwice with MyLabSAT: The only high end ultrasound system that comes complete with its own detachable Point-OfCare portable ultrasound. This allows you Twice the scanning opportunities. Our flagship MyLabTwice can be configured with Virtual Navigator (merging of MRI or CT images with real time ultrasound), Elastography and many other options, like the automated measurement of Intima Media Thickness and Arterial Stiffness, as you would expect from a premium-end ultrasound system The MyLabOneMSK is a dedicated portable touch screen system for MSK. It comes with an integrated tutorial for MSK applications.

First Call is a recruitment consultancy specializing in the health sector. First Call has a reputation among health professionals for the quality of its recruitment services. Our customer focused approach enables us to maintain an unparalleled level of personal and expert contact with our locums and clients. Our consistent and dedicated teams focus on particular medical sectors. Our aim is to provide the opportunities for progression with unrivalled levels of efficiency and professionalism. This Year we have merged with Red Professional Locums Agency an established Doctors Recruitment Agency whose work ethics are on par with First Call. Together we are working ahead to offer our Clients and Candidates a complete Recruitment Package.

Fujifilm UK Ltd FUJIFILM is well known in the medical imaging world for its CR, DR and Mammography products. FUJIFILM has now created its first ultrasound system, the FAZONE CB, using the latest technology available to produce a unit which combines ease of use and superb image quality with “Anytime, Anywhere” mobility. This stylish Premium Portable System is lightweight and boasts a fast boot-up time. It has a high quality 12” LCD monitor which allows full screen display of the ultrasound image. Perhaps its most useful feature though is its “OPTIMISE” button which enables automatic image adjustment. This function even allows users with limited ultrasound experience to produce optimal images.

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Esaote UK are proud to show at the BMUS congress the latest developments in ultrasound:

First Call Medical / Red Professional Locums Agency

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Exhibitor Profiles GE Healthcare

Hitachi Medical Systems

GE Healthcare’s broad range of products and services enable healthcare providers to better diagnose and treat cancer, heart disease, neurological diseases and other conditions earlier. Our vision for the future is to enable a new “early health” model of care focused on earlier diagnosis, pre-symptomatic disease detection and disease prevention and with our Healthymagination commitment we aim to provide better health for more people at lower cost. Part of this commitment is expressed in our wide range of ultrasound systems from the sophisticated LOGIQ E9 to the pocket sized Vscan.

Hitachi Medical Systems present the HI VISION Ascendus at BMUS 2011-

At BMUS this year GE Healthcare ultrasound products include LOGIQ E9, Voluson Signature S8, Venue 40, LOGIQ e and Vscan along with a new premium radiology system making its first appearance in the UK .

HCL Healthcare HCL Healthcare is one of the largest medical recruitment agencies in the UK, offering both locum, permanent and fixed term positions in the Radiography sector. We work closely with clients throughout the UK in some of the most sought after private and NHS hospitals, so whatever your requirements, visit our stand to speak to one of our specialist recruitment consultants and find out about our latest job opportunities.

The latest addition to the HI VISION series, the Ascendus is the culmination of lengthy collaboration within the Hitachi Group’s network of research laboratories in the development of a system offering world-beating image quality. Featuring the awardwinning ergonomic design that comfortably accommodates all operator and patient position combinations combined with expert imaging modalities such as Hitachi Real-time Tissue Elastography (HI-RTE), dynamic Contrast Harmonic Imaging (dCHI) and Real-time Virtual Sonography, the Ascendus delivers maximum therapeutic potential and high definition imaging for improved diagnostic confidence. As the world’s first product able to display 4-D Real-time Tissue Elastography images Hitachi achieves new levels in technological leadership.


Exhibitor Profiles Imaging Equipment Ltd

Limbs & Things

IEL represent a wide range of international manufacturers of medical equipment with a particular emphasis in the field of diagnostic and therapeutic radiology, with particular emphasis on Quality Assurance, Nuclear Medicine, Radiotherapy and Diagnostic Imaging. At BMUS we are pleased to introduce our range of motorized, bariatric ultrasound couches and CIRS Ultrasound phantoms. The Biodex range of Ultrasound Couches can be adjusted by the sonographer to the correct and comfortable ergonomically working position, thus reducing sonographer pain or injury, and potentially shortening exam time and improving results. This range of ultrasound couches is specifically designed to help prevent musculoskeletal injuries. They allow seated or standing work positions and can easily accommodate bariatric patients, as they have an extra wide surface with a weight loading of 227Kg.

For over 20 years Limbs & Things has been designing, manufacturing and supplying quality medical training products for healthcare professionals.

InHealth InHealth is one of the UK’s leading providers of diagnostic and imaging services operating across the country and provides both in mobile and static facilities MRI, CT, Ultrasound, PET/ CT, Nuclear Medicine, Digital Mammography, X Ray, DEXA scanning. The company vision is founded upon a desire to improve healthcare provision through the delivery of innovative, efficient and leading edge services staffed by dedicated and highly trained professionals. We specialise in providing state-of-the-art diagnostic and imaging services, improving patient access and helping Trusts, SHAs, PCTs, GPs and other healthcare organisations to meet their targets.

MedaPhor Ltd ScanTrainer is a 24/7 virtual reality ultrasound training simulator, which combines ‘real-feel’ haptic simulation, real patient scans and curriculum-based interactive learning, to provide fast and effective ultrasound training prior to patient contact. ScanTrainer’s self directed learning removes the requirement for patients to learn on and minimises an expert’s direct supervision, making the system both resource efficient and cost effective. The system comes with integrated obstetrics and gynaecology training modules and a wide range of pathology modules is being introduced.

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For further information on the whole range please visit our website www.imagingequipment.co.uk

Our catalogue includes task trainers, synthetic soft tissue anatomical simulation models and demonstration models. For more information contact us on sales@limbsandthings.com or 01173110500


Exhibitor Profiles Medrad UK/ MEDRAD MVS Europe

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MEDRAD Multi Vendor Service provides ultrasound probe and MRI coil repair to all major European Markets. Ultrasound Probes MEDRAD MVS provides fast, reliable, OEM-quality repair at a reasonable price for all major ultrasound probe brands. Our ultrasound capabilities include most electrical, mechanical and cosmetic repairs. MVS also offers TotalRepair, a guaranteed repair solution on select standard and transesophageal (TEE) probes, enabled by 100% repair capabilities. With the greatest repair capabilities in the industry, MSV provides you with a repair solution more often, so that you can avoid costly exchanges and replacements. MRI Coils With nearly 25 years as a coil manufacturer, and over 35 coil patents, MEDRAD MVS is the experienced leader in third-party coil repair. Our coil repair capabilities include all electrical, mechanical and cosmetic repairs on most manufacturers. For more information about MVS visit www.medrad.com/mvs or contact our European/UK MVS team; 0808-2344370.

MIS Healthcare MIS Healthcare is a leading UK distributor of Diagnostic Imaging equipment, Service support, Training and Education in the UK and Ireland healthcare arena. We focus on complete solutions for Healthcare providers in imaging equipment and consumables for X-ray, Ultrasound, Fluoroscopy, CT and MR We are proudly presenting our Samsung Medison range of Ultrasound Scanners at BMUS 2011. There is a great line up, from entry level Hand Carry Units, through to high end solutions in diagnostic Ultrasound with very exciting developments in 3D/4D High Definition Volume Imaging and Volume NT, ‘ElastoScan ’ real-time elastography, User friendly Ergonomics, Workflow, Measurements and Reporting. We will be pleased to discuss your requirements and thoughts on the exciting world of Diagnostic Ultrasound Samsung Medison is one of the worlds leading researchers, developers and manufacturers of ultrasound and other medical imaging products. Founded in 1985, Medison was acquired by

Samsung Electronics in February 2011. Throughout its history, the company has achieved a series of technological breakthroughs, such as introducing the world’s first commercially available 3D and 4D diagnostic ultrasound scanners. Driven by an investment of 12 % of revenues into R&D, its range of machines now covers everything from the lightest and most portable of scanners, to the very latest and most sophisticated in ultrasound technology. Samsung Medison also produces digital X-rays and other medical imaging products. At BMUS this year GE Healthcare ultrasound products include LOGIQ E9, Voluson Signature S8, Venue 40, LOGIQ e and Vscan along with a new premium radiology system making its first appearance in the UK.

Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust is one of the biggest and busiest acute Trusts in England. We provide services to over 2.5 million residents in the Nottingham area. We also provide specialist services to another 3-4 million people from across the Midlands. The Trust is made up of Queen’s Medical Centre (our emergency care site), Nottingham City Hospital (Cancer and Heart centres, stroke services and the care of patients with long-term conditions) and Ropewalk House (outpatients and hearing services). We have achieved national and international recognition for our stroke, renal, neurosciences, cancer and trauma services. The Radiology department provides a comprehensive range of services across nine modalities including adult and paediatric imaging. We deliver over 450,000 tests per year.


Philips Healthcare

Olympus is the UK distributor for ALOKA, a partnership that has existed for more twenty-five years. As a leading innovator in ultrasound for more than sixty years, ALOKA has developed an enviable reputation for producing exceptionally versatile ultrasound systems that benefit from pioneering technologies, yet remain simple to operate.

Philips continues to challenge the boundaries of ultrasound technology, combining the strength of the iU22 system with the power of xMATRIX, offering an ultrasound system in a category of its own. The iU22 xMATRIX is an innovation that can increase clinical confidence and reduce examination time, while potentially reducing risk of repetitive strain injury even on technically difficult patients. xMATRIX allows viewing of two imaging planes simultaneously in real-time and data acquisition without changing transducers and disrupting workflow.

BMUS 2011 sees Olympus showcase ALOKA’s new premium level system, the ProSound F75, which provides unprecedented performance in a variety of applications. Also on display are ALOKA’s popular ProSound Alpha 7 and ProSound Alpha 6, which offer industry-leading technologies including Broadband Harmonics, Directional eFlow and Adaptive Image Processing.

In response to our customers, exciting new developments to Philips’ ultrasound family will be introduced later in 2011 which will provide innovative and cost-effective solutions for the dynamic healthcare market.

Visit www.olympus.co.uk/aloka for details.

RSM Press RSM Press publishes Ultrasound on the behalf of BMUS. The journal fulfils both an educational and scientific research role by publishing review articles, current research, and descriptions of new techniques and equipment. Ultrasound is international in scope with editorial board members from all over the world. Contributions are welcomed from all sections of this important diagnostic field, with full details about submission of articles available on the website. For more information or to request a free trial, please visit: ult. rsmjournals.com.

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Olympus KeyMed

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Exhibitor Profiles Siemens Healthcare

SonoSite Inc

New team, innovative systems, sound diagnosis. Introducing the third generation ACUSON S2000 ultrasound system. Not just a technical upgrade but a step forward in transducer design and imaging technology, with the High Density 6C1 probe - the next in our range of ergonomic transducers and the latest updates in our Shear wave imaging.

SonoSite, Inc. (www.sonosite.com) is the innovator and world leader in hand-carried ultrasound. Headquartered near Seattle, the company is represented by ten subsidiaries and a global distribution network in over 100 countries. Built to military specifications SonoSite’s small, lightweight systems are expanding the use of ultrasound across the clinical spectrum by costeffectively bringing high performance ultrasound to the point of patient care.

The ACUSON X300 Premium Edition 7.0 release offers exceptional imaging in all patient body types. The high resolution 17 inch monitor with integrated handle means improved ergonomics and provides superb imaging in a highly portable system. The ACUSON P10 is 1/5th of the size of a laptop and 1.6 pounds. ‘Truly an innovative ‘Pocket Ultrasound System’. Let our new team introduce you to our enhanced portfolio at the Siemens stand no. 49 For further information please contact: Siemens Healthcare Sir William Siemens Square Frimley, Camberley Surrey, GU16 8QD Tel: 0800 512128 Fax: 01276 696081 ultrasound.med.gb@siemens.com

High-quality, simple to use imaging so ultrasound guidance is easily incorporated into procedures 5 year standard warranty on the M-Turbo®, S Series™, NanoMaxx™ and MicroMaxx® systems including SonoSite manufactured transducers – an industry first Small footprint products that can be brought to the bedside or mounted on a wall for fast access to ultrasound SonoSite Ltd. European Headquarters Alexander House 40A Wilbury Way Hitchin, Herts SG4 0AP Tel: +44 (0) 1462-444800 Fax: +44 (0) 1462-444801 Email: ukresponse@sonosite.com www.sonosite.com


Exhibitor Profiles Southern Scientific Ltd

SuperSonic Imagine Ltd The Art of MultiWave™ Ultrasound Imaging We will show and demonstrate our new AIXPLORER® system that harnesses proprietary SonicSoftware™, an all-software based architecture that transfers conventional beamforming and scan conversion from hardware to software, enabling acquisition speeds of up to 20,000 frames per second, some 200 times faster than conventional ultrasound. UltraFast™ Imaging supports the implementation of ShearWave™ Elastography, technology that can capture the movement of tissue that was undetectable until now, and more particularly quantify the stiffness of tissue in real-time. This new mode is quantitative, user-skill independent and reproducible. ShearWave Elastography can be seen demonstrated on our stand, and during the Workshop sessions.

The College of Radiographers The College of Radiographers is committed to developing and promoting the science and practice of medical imaging and radiation therapy. We put the unified voice of sonographers in the UK to good effect in developing and promoting policy on current and emerging educational, professional and workforce issues related to sonography. We welcome visitors to our stand where our representatives will be on hand to discuss a wide range of topics, including regulation, workforce shortages and development, work-related injuries, continuing professional development, etc. So, please visit us – members and non-members are all very welcome.

EXHIBITOR PROFILES

The specialist Echo and Doppler couches have been upgraded and both have a patient weight capacity of 225kgs. The Echo is now offered with a separate operator stool to allow for greater flexibility. All the couches are covered by a 3 year warranty for metalwork and motors

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Southern Scientific Ltd will be displaying an example of their new range of Beta ultrasound couches, alongside their top of the range 4 motor Delta 2. The new Beta couches are offered with a choice of 1, 2 or 3 motorised functions and an option of 70cm or 80cm upholstery widths. All these couches are rated with a maximum patient capacity of 250kgs or higher.


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Exhibitor Profiles Toshiba Medical Systems

UK Medical Limited

At BMUS 2011 following the unparalleled success of the Aplio premium Ultrasound systems, Toshiba Medical System will be exhibiting the New Aplio Family of Ultrasound systems.

Established for over 20 years, UK Medical specialises in the supply of premium quality, interventional, single-use medical products to the NHS and the private healthcare sectors. The business is highly successful with an impressive record of growth and a reputation for innovation. We work with leading suppliers from around the world, including CareFusion, Bioteq, Cooper Surgical, Ella-CS and Minvasys to offer products in the areas of Gastroenterology, Radiology, Oncology, Cardiology, Haematology and Palliative Care.

The new Aplio family revolutionary High Density Beamforming architecture delivers images with unprecedented clarity, resolution and detail for a confident and precise diagnosis. The new Aplio family comes equipped with a new and innovative range of powerful clinical tools aiding visualisation, quantification and intervention for your daily routine clinical workload. Seeing is believing. To find out more, talk to the specialists in diagnostic imaging at the Toshiba stand.

Tristel Plc Tristel plc is an infection and contamination control business headquartered in Newmarket, United Kingdom. Its lead technology is a proprietary chlorine dioxide formulation used to disinfect instruments and surfaces and to control legionella in water. Tristel’s products are considered to be amongst the highest performing biocides available to hospitals and industry, killing all organisms, including spores, in short exposure times. Tristel’s chlorine dioxide chemistry is also safe and easy to use. Tristel partners with other infection control technology providers to present a holistic approach to its customers, allowing it to address the five routes of transmission of infection – instruments, surfaces, water, skin and air. Tristel was admitted to the London Stock Exchange AIM market in June 2005. Its stock exchange symbol is TSTL.

Our focus for this meeting will be on key products within our Biopsy, Drainage and Obs & Gynae categories, including Achieve® and Temno Evolution® soft tissue biopsy systems, the Neo-hydro multi-purpose drainage catheter and Cooper Surgical HSG and HyCoSy catheter sets.


Exhibitor Profiles Wisepress Medical Bookshop

ZONARE Medical Systems, Inc. designs, develops, and manufactures premium compact performance ultrasound solutions, which combine revolutionary technology with an innovative physical design. Zone Sonography technology™ ZONARE’s unique patented approach to ultrasound imaging, is focused on bringing the highest performance to all clinical settings, leading to advanced diagnostic capabilities, more cost effective operation and increased value to providers. This technology enables ZONARE to deliver advanced software features such as Auto Optimisation™ and ZST™, which compensates for differing speed of sound in different body masses, IQ Scan™, which allows full retrospective imaging and Compound tissue harmonics ensuring that ZONARE keeps the user at the leading edge of ultrasound technology. For more information, please visit our web site at www.zonare.co.uk Zonare Medical Systems UK Ltd Suite A8 Westacott Business Centre Westacott Way Littlewick Green Maidenhead Berkshire SL6 3RT Tel. 08448 711 811 Fax 08448 711 810 Email: info@zonare.co.uk Web: www.zonare.co.uk

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Zonare Medical Systems UK LTD

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Wisepress.com, Europe’s leading conference bookseller, has a complete range of books and journals relevant to the themes of the meeting. Books can be purchased at the stand or, if you would rather not carry them, posted to you – Wisepress will deliver worldwide. In addition to attending 200 conferences per year, Wisepress has a comprehensive medical and scientific bookshop online with great offers.


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BMUS would like thank everybody who sponsored and supported BMUS 2011.

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Hitachi Medical Systems

Bracco UK Ltd Olympus

Philips Medical Systems de Smit Medical Ltd Murray Equipment


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At BMUS we run a varied programme of study days and events through the year. These are spread across the country and differ from year to year in terms of specialty topic, although we do have a programme of ‘core’ days such as Gynaecology, DVT and Musculoskeletal ultrasound which are run on an annual basis. These courses are all accredited with BMUS CPD points (BECA)

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Pre-clinical ultrasound dayUrology ultrasound courseObstetrics ultrasound-

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Topics to follow in 2012Thryroid- February 2012, London THUGS (UK Therapy Ultrasound Group), London Paediatric ultrasound, Plymouth Obstetrics evening event- June, London Gynaecology- Bristol Many more courses to be announced shortly. Please let us know if you would like us to provide training in a specific area. Your feed-back is very important to us. Organising an ultrasound event? Apply to BMUS for endorsement and CPD credits. All details can be found on www.bmus.org


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