ESP Live CME Echo Webinar – The Beat Goes On

Saturday, December 4, 2021 – 7 CMEs – $75

Type of CMEs granted – 6 Adult Echocardiography, 1 Fetal Echo SDMS CMEs

This LIVE WEBINAR is tailored to echocardiographers. Echocardiographers will enjoy this LIVE interactive course by several of the most dynamic leading sonographers of our day. Enjoy a full day of deepdiving into topics such as making the bridge from LVAD to Transplant, aortic stenosis, and fetal arrhythmias. We will also explore a multitude of pathologies such as; endocarditis, pericardial disease, congenital heart defects, and cardiomyopathyThis course is sure to improve your understanding and assessment skills. 

Saturday, December 4, 2021


The webinar will be broadcasted live on Central Time. Please plan your schedule accordingly if you are in a different timezone.

CME Schedule (CT) 
Saturday8:00 AM – 3:00 PM (CT)

Saturday 12/4/21 - ESP's Live CME Echo Webinar - The Beat Goes On

Speaker: Alicia Armour, MA, ACS, RDCS, FASE

Description: Ever wonder what the key components are in the evaluation of LVAD?  This lecture will define the critical components, including basic imaging requirements and the standards for this echo exam. We will review the fundamentals of imaging cardiac transplant patients.

Speaker: Alicia Armour, MA, ACS, RDCS, FASE

Description: Join us as we review the current imaging guidelines for aortic stenosis (AS). This course will help you learn to recognize the importance of your measurements in the evaluation of ASRecommendations for surgical versus non-invasive treatment and post replacement assessment will be described

Speaker: Julia Drose, BA, RDMS, RDCS, RVT, FAIUM, FSDMS

Description: Join Julia as she reviews the basic types of arrhythmias encountered in the fetus. She will describe how to assess fetal arrhythmias with m-mode and spectral Doppler so that you have a clear understanding of the importance. She will also review the maternal factors that predispose a fetus to an arrhythmia. 

Speaker: Ashlee M. Davis, ACS, RDCS, BSMI, FASE

Description: It is all about EndocarditisThis lecture teaches the etiology, history, and physical exam findings to rock your endocarditis exam. We will review the current treatment recommendations and surgical indications and emphasize echos role. By exploring the echo findings on several case studies, we will clearly understand our role in this inflammatory disease.

Speaker: Ashlee M. Davis, ACS, RDCS, BSMI, FASE

Description: Pericardial disease, its etiology, history, and how to perform an excellent physical exam is a skill we all want to master. Over the years, we have gathered current treatment recommendations and indications for surgery; we will provide several tips and tricks for obtaining good data. We will review the importance of the role echo plays by reviewing several case studies.

Speaker: Steven Walling, BS, ACS, RCS, RDCS, FASE

Descriptions: This lecture will discuss and identify the types of atrial and septal defects in the adult echo labThe sonographer will have a  clear understanding of the physiology of ASD and VSD’s. We will review several realworld example cases and learn how to quantitate and recognize different congenital heart defects.

Speaker: Steven Walling, BS, ACS, RCS, RDCS, FASE

Descriptions: This lecture will discuss and identify the types of cardiomyopathy in the adult echo lab. The sonographer will have a clear understanding of the physiology of cardiomyopathies. We will review several realworld example cases that emphasize the different techniques of assessment of cardiomyopathies.


December 4, 2021 CME Webinar Information

1) This is a live broadcast. You cannot watch the broadcast on demand. You must be present during the broadcast to receive your CMEs.

2) Webinar access instructions will be e-mailed to you by end of day Tuesday, November 30, 2021 for attendees that register before that date. Last-minute registrants will receive webinar instructions the day before the webinar on Friday, December 3, 2021.

3) This program qualifies for SDMS CMEs which are accepted by all of the main sonography credentialing bodies (ARDMS, CCI, ARRT). We will send our attendance roster to the SDMS at the conclusion of the webinar. The SDMS will e-mail your CME certificates to you 1-3 weeks after the conclusion of the webinar.

4) For technical questions regarding the webinar, please refer to our FAQ page:

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