Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University

Physics Refresher Video Course

The Author:


Frederick W. Kremkau, Ph.D., preeminent author of the best-selling physics/instrumentation textbook for diagnostic ultrasound has created an outstanding video learning experience covering all the major aspects of ultrasound physics. Dr. Kremkau is able to make the most difficult concepts seem simple. He takes you beyond simply memorizing WHAT happens in diagnostic ultrasound, to an understanding of WHY things happen the way they do.

The Product:

This lively and engaging lecture series provides six hours of intense review of the key points in ultrasound physics. Great for preparation for the ARDMS exams and fundamental for physicians who scan or interpret ultrasound images. Lecture Titles include:

  • Sound & Ultrasound
  • Transducers
  • Instruments
  • Doppler Principles
  • Artifacts, Performance, and Safety

Newly expanded (to 2 hours) and updated lecture on sonographic instruments includes the latest features such as coded excitation, harmonic imaging, panoramic imaging, spatial compounding, and 3D. A bonus 1-hour lecture, Principles in a Nutshell, serves as a brief introduction, overview or summary of principles.

This course does not provide CME credit.
Request either VHS or DVD format when ordering.

Cost of the video course: $395