Educational eBooks for Download

At BK Ultrasound, one of our main goals is to increase the use of ultrasound to improve patient care. We do this by providing educational material, such as the free ebooks listed below, and through our training courses

Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia

Dr. Brandon Winchester, co-founder of, discusses the approaches and anatomy for various ultrasound-guided nerve blocks for orthopedic surgery.


Ultrasound Guidance for Vascular Access and Regional Anesthesia

Dr. Brian Pollard provides an introduction for clinicians to approach, develop, and refine essential knowledge and skills to integrate ultrasound into routine anesthesia practice.


A Guide to Musculoskeletal Ultrasound

Dr. Michel Court-Payen, offers an overview of examination techniques and ultrasonography of normal structures and pathology.


Introduction to Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Imaging

Dr. Randy Moore, provides an introduction to MSK scanning protocols of the extremities, and hands-on use of diagnostic ultrasound.


Clinical Use of Transperineal Ultrasound Biopsies

Dr. Rick Popert explains his approach and clinical experience regarding TPUS Bx and how he views the future of precision diagnosis in prostate cancer.


Transrectal Ultrasound-Guided Prostate Brachytherapy

In this ebook, Dr. Brendan Carey gives an overview of the advantages of transrectal ultrasound-guided prostate brachytherapy.


Multicompartment Pelvic Floor Ultrasound Imaging

Dr. Aparna Hegde and Dr. G Willy Davila provide an introduction to multicompartment pelvic floor ultrasound imaging in the management of patients with stress urinary incontinence.


Free Guide to Marketing Your Fertility Clinic Online

This guide outlines easy to implement and low cost tactics to effectively promote fertility clinics online.


Modern Technologies of Ultrasound Examination in Diagnosis of Thyroid Disease

This handbook lists the advantages and limitations of using ultrasound to examine thyroids and describes several methods for using ultrasound in the diagnosis of thyroid cancer.


Educational Videos 

Ultrasound-guided adductor canal catheter: oblique approach

Ultrasound guided TAP block: posterior approach

Ultrasound guided Infraclavicular Catheter

Educational Courses 

January 11, 2016
Park City, Utah
: The Vascular Access Ultrasound Course (6 hours of CME)

The Vascular Access Course is designed for anyone involved in vascular access. This course will teach you how to use  ultrasound to improve your success rates and improve patient care when placing lines, both central and peripheral. We cover the basics of ultrasound and line placement with ultrasound and then spend a great deal of time in lab placing lines in multiple different types of phantoms. Models are also used to practice identifying the anatomy and landmarks.  

Upon Completion of the Vascular Access Course participants will be able to: 

1. Demonstrate the ability to properly operate an ultrasound machine and make adjustments to obtain adequate image quality.

2. Acquire ultrasound images for limited examination of the vascular structures in the neck and limbs for the purpose of placing intravascular catheters.

3. Use ultrasound to facilitate the intravascular placement of catheters. 

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January 11-13, 2016
Park City, Utah
: The Introductory Course (16 hours of CME)

This course will have a slightly different schedule due to the fabulous location. We will cover the standard two day Introductory Course over 3 days to give participants an option to ski each afternoon. click here for the 3 day course agenda

The Introductory Course also includes the Vascular Access course, so you will get both courses for the price of one! 

1. Course covers all the primary emergency ultrasound applications

2. 3 Days of hands on labs with live models and phantoms

3. Discounted access to a full set of online learning tools

4. Nationally recognized faculty

5. 16 hours of Category I CME 

January 14, 2016
Park City, Utah
: The Advanced Ultrasound Course (8 hours of CME)

The Advanced Ultrasound Course is designed for students to learn more advanced techniques for the use of ultrasound at the bedside. Students are expected to have a good working knowledge of ultrasound prior to this course. We will cover topics from advanced cardiac ultrasound to pulmonary applications. This course also has extensive hands on training following lectures. The Advanced Ultrasound Course is awarded 8 hours of category 1 CME.

Upon Completion of the Advanced Emergency Ultrasound Course, participants will be able to:

1. Produce ultrasound images for limited examination of the following organs: lungs, deep venous structures of the limbs, soft tissue and skin.

2. Produce ultrasound images for expanded examination of the cardiac system.

3. Produce ultrasound images to be used in guiding management of patient resuscitations.

4. Use ultrasound to facilitate the following procedures: thoracentesis, pericardiocentesis, lumbar puncture, paracentesis and peritonsilar abscess drainage.

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