ULTRASOUND SOLUTIONS CORP. is proud to welcome Monique C. Riemann, RDMS, RVT, and Research Sonographer, from Phoenix Children’s Hospital, for a detailed discussion on Slipping Rib Syndrome.
Have you received requests to sonographically evaluate for Slipping Rib Syndrome? Although considered rare, this musculoskeletal condition can impact patients across the generations. Would you know how to proceed and what to document? This course will offer an introduction to dynamic imaging for Slipping Rib Syndrome (SRS), with a “how-to” guide for performing the exam. Development of a protocol and worksheet will also be included, as well as a review of interesting cases. Additionally, data findings from a 5-year review, done at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, will be presented. (Approved for 1 SDMS CME credit, provided one is present for the entire event)
Course Objectives:Upon completion of this educational activity, the participant will be able to:
Describe the condition known as Slipping Rib Syndrome (SRS).
State a protocol for SRS diagnosis.
Explain how an SRS ultrasound exam could be performed and documented.
Discuss findings from case studies.
About Our Speaker:
Monique C. Riemann, RDMS, RVT, is an ultrasound technologist with 35 years of experience in the field. Her registries include Abdomen, OB/GYN, Vascular, (Neuro), and Pediatrics. After many years in a lead position at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, she transitioned to an ultrasound research position where she helped create ultrasound exams that were once radiation-based, by utilizing the “Think Ultrasound First” motto. To further build on her passion for ultrasound, Monique also became a part-time Educator/Lab Instructor at West Coast Ultrasound Institute, assisting in the development and mentoring of future Sonographers. Monique has had the pleasure of speaking at several different conferences over the last 7 years and has received awards for scientific presentations and poster competitions at SDMS. Furthermore, in 2020, she became a published author.
This activity has been approved for 1.0 SDMS CME credit.
The CME participant roster will be reported by Ultrasound Solutions Corp. to the SDMS CME Tracker System.
Important update from the SDMS:
SDMS no longer allows its CME providers to issue Partial Credit for attendance. If you join late or leave early, the SDMS will no longer permit us to award partial pro-rated credit.
Therefore, from now on, in order to receive CME credit, you must be in attendance for the ENTIRE event via your own unique Zoom link that Zoom emailed to you when you registered. Then, and only then, will USC be able to award you any credit. So, please be prompt and attentive to the time schedule. We apologize for any inconvenience, but again, this is a new SDMS policy we must abide by. Thank you for understanding.