Education and Training
6112 Riverside Dr.
Irving, TX 75039
Double Tree by Hilton
11611 Luna Road
Farmers Branch, TX 75234
Booking Link (must use this link to receive discount):
Room reservations must be made individually, and are on a first come/first serve basis. This is a busy hotel, so we advice you to reserve your room when you register for a class. Reservations must be made to guarantee availability. To receive our corporate rate please mention WAVE when registering.
Basic Ultrasound Class Sponsored by Samsung Ultrasound
Soft Tissue Level 1 Ultrasound: The Fundamentals
May 30th and 31st, 2020
November 14th and 15th, 2020
May 8th, 2020 and October 30th, 2020
Intermediate Ultrasound Class Sponsored by Samsung Ultrasound
Soft Tissue Level 2 Ultrasound: Intermediate to Advanced
July 11th and 12, 2020
Registration Deadline: June 19th, 2020
The objective for this course is for the attendee to learn the normal and abnormal appearance of all abdominal organs, including pancreas, adrenal glands, and lymph nodes. In addition, scanning technique, machine controls necessary to create a high quality diagnostic image, measurements, and following a consistent scanning protocol will be emphasized. Hands-on scanning will focus on scan technique, recognition of anatomy, and creating a diagnostic scan. Veterinary ultrasound guided aspiration and biopsy technique will be covered, and case studies will be presented. The course will be taught by a Board Certified Veterinary Radiologist. Attendees will earn 15 RACE approved CE credits.
The 1st day will be lecture and the 2nd day will be hands-on scanning on a variety of Samsung Ultrasound systems (3 students per station). Lunch and snacks will be provided.
Danielle Mauragis, CVT, recently joined the Choice Medical Team after retiring from the Diagnostic Imaging Service at University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. During her 30 year tenure at the UF Veterinary Hospitals her responsibilities included performing radiography, computed tomography, and nuclear medicine studies; assisting with ultrasonography; and teaching physics, techniques, and quality control of radiology to veterinary students. The last 7 of those years were solely dedicated to performing and teaching ultrasound at the UF Veterinary Hospitals and various conferences.
Ms. Mauragis co-authored the Handbook of Radiographic Positioning for Veterinary Technicians and was a contributing author for Small Animal Radiography: Essential Positioning Guide, and Small Animal Ultrasonography. Ms. Mauragis received her associate’s degree in veterinary technology from St. Petersburg College in Largo, Florida.