Sonography Principles and Instrumentation
30 CME/CEU/CPD CREDITS
Course Code - 002A
SONOGRAPHY PRINCIPLES AND INSTRUMENTATION (SPI) is a user friendly course written by an experienced sonographer and instructor who has helped countless Burwin students pass the Registry examination. This course focuses on the essential aspects of sonography principles, physics, and instrumentation needed to prepare for, and to confidently take, the Registry Credentialing Examination.
Although the learning emphasis is on clinical knowledge, some theory is covered specifically for Registry purposes and for which there is only minimal practical relevance. Students are expected to know and understand some common equations but mostly from a conceptual or relational aspect.
This course provides ample opportunity to test your knowledge and understanding with numerous exercises, four “open book” assignments and a final “closed book” examination. The final examination provides valuable feedback on areas of strength and weakness which will assist in focused preparation for the Registry Credentialing Examination.
This course has been evaluated by the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (SDMS) and is approved for 30 educational credits or units (CME/CEU/CPD).
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Successful completion of the Burwin SPI course satisfies the ARDMS examination prerequisites.