Donna Ehler

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Digital storage and review is now the state of the art in echocardiography, and practitioners are urged to move quickly to an all-digital solution in their laboratories. Although secondary digitization from videotape may be an acceptable transitional solution, the ultimate benefits of the digital laboratory can only be achieved with direct digital output(More)
Executive Summary Echocardiography is an invaluable diagnostic tool for the evaluation of cardiac form, and function. Evaluation of the cardiac form and function requires highly skilled acquisition given that the technique of performing the examination has become increasingly sophisticated. While there exists several publications relating to the role and(More)
  • Donna Ehler, Dennis K Carney, Ann L Dempsey, Rick Rigling Bs, Carol Kraft, Sandra A Witt +7 others
  • 2000
Echocardiography is recognized as a highly valuable diagnostic modality for the evaluation of cardiac anatomy, function, and hemodynamics. As such, it is the most commonly used imaging procedure for the diagnosis of heart disease. The cardiac sonographer plays an integral role in this diagnostic process, applying independent judgment, problem-solving(More)
Executive Summary Echocardiography is an invaluable diagnostic tool for the evaluation of cardiac form, and function. Evaluation of the cardiac form and function requires highly skilled acquisition given that the technique of performing the examination has become increasingly sophisticated. While there exists several publications relating to the role and(More)
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