Advanced Ultrasound Scanning: Phase 4

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Advanced Ultrasound Scanning: Phase 4

November 13 - November 14

Dúnmasc Genetics AI Course

The following topics are covered during the courses:

      1. physical principles of ultrasonography
      2. ultrasound machines
      3. ultrasound technique
      4. the estrous cycle
      5. the follicular dynamics
      6. ultrasound check of the uterus: physio-pathology
      7. ultrasound diagnosis of pregnancy
      8. use of Doppler for the diagnosis of non-pregnancy
      9. ultrasound diagnosis of twin gestation
      10. ultrasound diagnosis of foetal sex
      11. early diagnosis of late embryonic death
      12. ultrasound diagnosis of pathologies of pregnancy
      13. ultrasound diagnosis of foetus malformations
      14. economic evaluation related to the use of ultrasound in bovine reproduction

Who is this course for?

      1. Anyone who has completed Phase 1 – 3 of the Ultrasound Scanning Course who would like to gain a more comprehensive knowledge of the above
      2. Those who would like to begin a career in Ultrasound Scanning
      3. Vets seeking to earn CPD points

***The entry requirement for this course is that you must have completed DIY AI Training, Phase 1 Foundation Palpation Training,Phase 2 Theory in Ultrasound Scanning Training and Phase 3 Applied Practical Ultrasound Scanning.

Course Instructed by Dr. Giovanni Maria Gnemmi DVM, Ph.D., Diplomado ECBHM

mage of Dr. Giovanni Maria Gnemmi with his arm around the head of a cow
Dr. Giovanni Maria Gnemmi DVM, Ph.D., Diplomado ECBHM
Giovanni is a bovine practitioner working for the Spanish company BOVINEVET INTERNACIONAL Bovine Ultrasound Services & Herd Management and as professor of bovine reproductive pathology at the veterinary faculty of the Catholic University San Vincente Martir of Valencia (ES).

Since 1993, Dr. Gnemmi has been working with ultrasonography in cattle, trying to incorporate this method in herd management. Dr. Gnemmi’s fields of interest are reproductive management (ultrasound diagnosis of embryonic death, follicular dynamics, synchronization programs, uterine and ovary ultrasonography, transition management), preventive medicine and continuing education of dairy workers and veterinarians. In these areas of expertise, he has developed an international experience, both as a consultant to large-very large herd managers in Europe, South America, China, Middle East, Africa and as an instructor in more than 280 training courses in the world.

He’s the author of 2 atlases on bovine reproductive ultrasonography (Le Point Veterinaire 2004, MEDCOM 2010 French version, Blackwell 2011 English version). He has numerous publications, many of them in peer-reviewed journals and has presented approximately 300 invited lectures at national-international meetings.

All courses are fully funded by LOETB. To register your interest in this course go to



November 13
November 14
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Dunmasc Genetics
Ballycarroll Co. Laois R32PP89 Ireland
+353 (0)86 360 764
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Dunmasc Genetics
353 (0)57 864 6688
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