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Advanced Ultrasound Systems Announces New Diagnostic Ultrasound Systems Camps: HTMs Earn Pre-Approved CEUs

With no pre-requisite required, any clinical engineer, biomed, or HTM professional can enter the 5-day Diagnostic Ultrasound System Camps (DUSC) at Advanced Ultrasound Systems and become confident to work on at least 2 ultrasound systems. An introductory course plus hands-on instruction with actual GE, Philips, and Siemens systems are essential to the success of the DUSC Program as well as follow-up access to telephone/video technical support and quality parts.

Advanced Ultrasound Systems (AUS), a leading provider of ultrasound equipment, parts, service, and training today announced a new five-day intense training course, their Diagnostic Ultrasound Service Camps (DUSC). This new course is designed to equip the HTM professional with the skills necessary to maintain, troubleshoot, and repair ultrasound.

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Students who complete the DUSC Program, made of three well-established individual ultrasound classes, will have all the tools necessary to begin servicing ultrasound equipment. The courses are worth 1 CEU per hour of instruction towards their recertification.

“AUS programs are highly interactive,” said Jim Rickner, Service and Training Director for AUS.  “Our students learn by ‘doing’ vs. ‘listening.’ Hands-on instruction with actual GE, Philips, and Siemens systems in the classroom is an essential component to every training course we offer.  With no pre-requisite required, any clinical engineer, biomed, or HTM professional can enter the DUSC program knowing little to nothing about ultrasound and leave with the confidence to work on at least 2 systems.” All graduating students receive priority service on parts requests and continued telephone/video technical support from AUS.

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