Echo Test and Teach

Echo Test and Teach (Application with Creator and User Measurement Lines) (ASE)

Echo Test and Teach (Echo Case Simulator)

The American Society of Echocardiography (ASE) and Ke Labs have collaborated to co-develop the Echo Test and Teach Application. Designed with the expert guidance of Dr. Harvey Feigenbaum, Echo Test and Teach is a “one-of-a-kind” software application for improving consistency and accuracy in the measurement and interpretation of cardiac ultrasound images as well as to educate users on interesting cases and new techniques.    

Value / Benefits

  • Enhances patient care by reducing variability in the measurement and interpretation of cardiac ultrasound images
  • Facilitates and enforces echo lab quality standards
  • Significant cost savings – sonographers and physicians can earn up to 10 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ on an annual basis
  • Addresses specific areas of practice

 Features

  • New! Web-based and desktop simulators available
  • New & Improved! New cases added and restructured to accommodate a wider audience, such as sonographers in training, cardiology fellows, and non-cardiologists who conduct point-of-care echocardiography
  • Hands-on, real-world training experience without being tied to imaging devices through a simulation of echo cases
  • Offers users a hands-on, real-world training experience without being tied to imaging devices through a simulation of echo cases
  • Cases by ASE member experts, inclusive of teaching points
  • A multitude of varying case types
  • New cases are added on an ongoing basis
  • Optional version to enable institutions to create their own cases
  • Tools for administrators to review and analyze case results, individually and collectively

 

 

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