3D MediVision Veterflix, Professor Yoon Hak-young's ultrasound practice completed.
| 24 veterinarians...Abdominal and Cardiac Ultrasound Lectures and Practice for 2 Days
Veterflix (veterflix.com), serviced by 3D Medivision (CEO Kim Ki-jin), a medical edutech company, announced that it has successfully completed two days of ultrasound training with Professor Yoon Hak-young (Veterinary Imaging Medicine at jeonbuk National University).
A total of 24 veterinarians participated in the training, and a total of eight tables were operated, one trillion per three. On the first day, it dealt with abdominal and cardiac ultrasound on the second day, and after learning the basics through theoretical lectures in the morning, practical training through experimental dogs continued in the afternoon.
The training was legally conducted through IACUC-approved experimental dogs at the VGTC (Veterflix Global Training Center), a veterinarian clinical practice education and training center in Songdo run by Veterflix.
The latest ultrasound equipment from Samsung Medison and Canon was used for practical training, and Professor Yoon Hak-young oversaw the entire practice and one instructor was assigned to each of the two tables to assist practical training.
The students expressed satisfaction with the ultrasound training, leaving reviews, saying, "The environment was good," "I was satisfied with the theory and practice lectures," "I was able to focus on various organs for a long time," "I liked the fact that graduate teachers and professors taught me throughout the practice," and I was satisfied with the ultrasound training.
After two days of training, certificates were issued to 24 students.
Students of this ultrasound practice will be provided with Professor Yoon Hak-young's theoretical lecture and ultrasound demonstration video separately for 30 days on the day of the practice. Students are expected to be able to improve the completeness of their learning by freely getting a chance to review for 30 days, not just in simple practice.
"We plan to conduct more improved ultrasound practice more often in the future," a Betterflix official said. "We will try to provide veterinarians with more opportunities to practice in various fields."
source : https://www.dailyvet.co.kr/news/academy/180326 (KR)