3D/4D Ultrasound Training

3D/4D Ultrasound Trainers

One-on-One Training

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Real Pregnant Models

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Most Affordable Pricing

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Our 3D/4D ultrasound training will include very full and intensive days of training (9:00am to 7:00pm). We can accomplish this quality training in a very short time because all of our training is provided on a one-on-one basis; you will not have to share your hands- on time with a class of students. Throughout the training, great emphasis is given to hands-on scanning of the pregnant patients to skillfully learn the techniques and safe use of the probes. In addition, we could tailor our training specifically to you, both to your strengths and in areas which you may require more time and attention. We have designed our elective ultrasound tech course this way so that you can get home to your family and your business as quickly as possible. You are also welcomed to bring an additional person to be trained with you at no additional cost. At the completion of the Ultrasound Training, you will have the necessary skills to perform high quality elective prenatal ultrasounds without guidance at your own private ultrasound studio!

Everything you need to know

Heartbeat Ultrasound Training

Heartbeat Ultrasound 

Heartbeat

Learn how to perform heartbeat ultrasounds starting at week 6.

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3D/4D Ultrasound 

Ultrasound Probe

Learn how to take high quality 3D/4D ultrasound images and videos.

HD Ultrasound Training

HD Ultrasound 

Baby Fetus

Learn how to manipulate the light source to perform stunning HD Ultrasounds.

Early Gender Ultrasound Training

Early Gender Ultrasound 

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Learn how to find baby's genital organs as early as 14-weeks' gestation.

*Images taken by actual trainees*

3D/4D Ultrasound Training Course

Ultrasound Machine and Probe

The Basics

Understanding Ultrasound Theory

Basic Equipment Functions

Safe Probe Handling

Procedures for fetal demise

6-week Heartbeat Ultrasound

2D Ultrasound 

Fetal Heart Rate

Fetal Orientation and Position

Number of gestations

Placenta Placement

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3D/4D & HD Ultrasound

Viewing Angles

Techniques/Waking Up Baby

Gain/Contrast/Brightness

Increasing viewing range

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Early Gender Ultrasound

Verifying gender at 14-weeks

Getting the correct angles

Techniques

Making the announcement

Important

Ultrasound training provided by You Kiss We Tell has NO medical purpose and no medical reports are provided. Our only intent is to allow expecting mothers and families to share an unforgettable experience with her baby.

Pricing & Availability

*Typically less than 30 day waiting list*

1-Day Training

Early Gender OR 3D/4D
& HD Training

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Tailored training to your specific weakness
-

1-day of ultrasound training working on what you need help with the most
-
Perfect your skills with our leading experts in early gender and 3D/4D & HD ultrasounds. 

$2,000
Now Only
$1,600

2-Day Training

Early Gender AND 3D/4D
& HD Training

-
Hands-on ultrasound training to start your own studio
-

1-day of early gender ultrasounds and 1-day of 3D/4D & HD ultrasounds
-

Feel comfortable performing elective ultrasound scans without guidance at your
own studio.

$4,000
Now Only
$3,000

4-Day Training

4 Full Days of Hands-On Ultrasound Tech Training
-
The most thorough ultrasound tech training on the planet
-

2-days of early gender ultrasounds and 2-days of 3D/4D & HD ultrasounds
-
Become fully confident in
your ability to take elective ultrasound scans after this thorough training.

$8,000
Now Only
$5,000

1-Year Training

One Month of Ultrasound & Business Consulting
-
Think of this as your
master's degree
-

Learn the day-by-day of running and owning an ultrasound studio
-

Practice your skills and get the mistakes out of the way before doing it at your own private studio.
-
Includes website design 
& SEO 

 

$56,000
Now Only
$20,000

All prices are for 3D/4D ultrasound & business training near us or at our own studio.
Training at your studio varies in price as traveling expenses fluctuate.
Contact us for a quote.

Basic Ultrasound Theory

Pregnancy ultrasounds are used to generate images of developing babies. Ultrasound was first used for diagnostic medical imaging in the 1950s, and has become an important tool in medicine to assess a baby's health. 3D/4D/HD ultrasounds use sound waves to create a realistic picture of the baby on a computer monitor, allowing you to see what your baby looks like before he or she is even born. These pictures are often better quality than those taken with early mri or ct scans because they can be seen by the naked eye. The quality of these pictures depends on when they were taken, what position the mother is lying in, and how much amniotic fluid is present during her scan.

Ultrasound Machine Functions

The ultrasound machine is the most important piece of equipment in an ultrasound room. This device sends and receives sound waves to produce visual images of a fetus inside a mother’s womb. There are three types of ultrasound devices: portable, fixed, and multi-mode. Portable machines are small enough to be carried from place to place. They use battery power for their operation; there is no need for a power outlet because the battery can be charged through an electrical outlet with an extension cord or car charger when necessary. Fixed devices are typically attached to the floor or placed on top of a cart and cannot be moved easily from one location to another without disassembling it first. Multi-mode devices have more than one function; for example, they may have continuous wave Doppler capabilities as well as traditional gray scale imaging capabilities. Ultrasound machines send and receive sound waves which produce visual images of how structures in the body work like organs, joints and muscles in real time or near real time. Ultrasound machines are used for prenatal care and for diagnosing many different types of medical conditions. Ultrasounds can be performed on adults, children, and fetuses during pregnancy. Ultrasound technicians are responsible for operating the ultrasound equipment to produce clear images which might help diagnose a patient's condition. The first recorded use of ultrasonic imaging occurred in 1937 when Ruska accidentally discovered it while he was working in his lab with an oscillator. There were no commercial or clinical ultrasonics until 1961 when two General Electric engineers invented the first industrial ultrasound machine, which they later called "the ULTRA-SONIC CAVELIER." It was not until 1980 that 3D/4D ultrasounds became widely available, and in the 2000's that elective 3D/4D ultrasounds became widely available.

Ultrasound Probe Training

Ultrasound probe training is a vital part of being able to perform effective exams on patients. It is important for a sonographer to be skilled with the ultrasound probe. Learning how to use the ultrasound probe properly will help you capture the highest quality images and avoid mistakes. Ultrasound training also helps sonographers learn how to identify structures in the body and what they are used for. This knowledge can help them navigate more easily when determining gender or taking amazing 3D images. Training at You Kiss We Tell Ultrasound includes an introduction into scanning theory, anatomy, scanning procedures, advanced scan techniques and operation of the ultrasound equipment, and proper language to use with the pregnant clients. Ultrasound probe training is important for professionals who want to be able to perform high quality scans on clients without causing any harm or error along the way due to improper use of the device.

2D Ultrasound Training

2-dimensional ultrasound is a technique that uses sound waves to visualize structures in the body, specifically in the uterus. This form of imaging is useful for diagnosing problems with fetal development, such as identifying major structural malformations and assessing amniotic fluid volume. The images are produced by transmitting and receiving continuous-wave sound waves at different frequencies. 2-dimensional ultrasound creates an image of a fetus inside the womb and all its components: arms, legs, spine, heart, brain and other organs. Learn how to operate ultrasound machines to provide images of the fetus from many different perspectives.

Fetal Heart Rate Training

Fetal heart rate is the number of times per minute that the fetal heart beats. Fetal heart rate is measured by counting the fetal pulse, which can be palpated at various locations on the mother's abdomen or inside her uterus. Fetal pulse is typically felt best on the baby's abdomen just below his or her umbilicus (belly button). The fetal pulse can also be felt through abdominal wall between two fingers of one hand, as well as through a hand placed above and below your uterus in your pelvic cavity. Generally speaking, a normal fetal heart rate ranges from 120 to 160 beats per minute. A "good" baseline for a fetus who has not had any problems during pregnancy would be somewhere around 140-150 bpm.

Placenta Placement

The placenta is an organ that provides nourishment for the fetus, takes in oxygen and eliminates wastes. Placenta placement can affect pregnancy and childbirth complications such as breech presentations, preterm labor, and low birth weight babies. In 3D/4D ultrasound training it is important to know placental location so that these complications can be detected early on and dealt with in a timelier manner. The placenta attaches to the uterine wall at around where amniotic fluid accumulates so its placement can affect pregnancy outcomes such as breech presentation or premature labor which may lead to a low-birth-weight baby if left untreated. In our 3d/4d ultrasound training you will learn placental location and how to maneuver around it to still capture high quality images.

3D & 4D Ultrasound Training

3D ultrasound is a type of radiograph that creates an image of the fetus in three dimensions. 3D ultrasound can be used to see a baby's face and even recognize their gender. Utilizing 4d technology, the pictures are taken in real time, which means that when you watch the movie, you are seeing what is happening at that moment. As opposed to 2-d imaging techniques which take still images and produce video clips, 4d ultrasounds allow for surgeons to do virtual surgery on unborn children so they have an idea of what it will be like once they are born. With our 3D/4D ultrasound training you will be able to take the best images in your area!

Gender Ultrasound Training

A gender ultrasound is a prenatal imaging technique that shows the baby’s external genitalia. The genitals are typically shown in both a 2D and 3D view on the monitor. This allows parents to see whether they are having a boy or girl, which can be exciting news for some families. Gender ultrasounds are performed by specially trained technicians who have completed formal training in the procedure. Learn how to find gender as early as 14 weeks into pregnancy.

Highest Rated Ultrasound Trainers

Ultrasound training is the process of teaching trainees about ultrasound equipment and devices. Ultrasounds are used to capture images of an unborn child inside the womb. Our ultrasound training can vary in length; some last only a day while others last several days or weeks. The use of ultrasounds has become more prevalent in recent decades due largely to technological advancements that have allowed for more accurate imaging at much earlier stages of pregnancy than ever before. Ultrasound technology was first introduced in the late 1970s but it took many years for these imaging devices to become both affordable and reliable enough for wider adoption by medical professionals and their patients. In the early 1990s, it became possible for obstetricians and gynecologists not just to monitor fetal development but also detect potential problems or abnormalities that would otherwise go unnoticed until birth or later into a pregnancy. Today 3D/4D/HD Ultrasounds are used as a bonding experience between an expecting mother or family. There truly is an art to capturing the best 3D/4D/HD Ultrasounds and we are the masters of this technique. 

Pricing & Availability

*Typically less than 30 day waiting list*

1-Day Training

Early Gender OR 3D/4D
& HD Training

-
Tailored training to your specific weakness
-

1-day of ultrasound training working on what you need help with the most
-
Perfect your skills with our leading experts in early gender and 3D/4D & HD ultrasounds. 

$2,000
Now Only
$1,600

2-Day Training

Early Gender AND 3D/4D
& HD Training

-
Hands-on ultrasound training to start your own studio
-

1-day of early gender ultrasounds and 1-day of 3D/4D & HD ultrasounds
-

Feel comfortable performing elective ultrasound scans without guidance at your
own studio.

$4,000
Now Only
$3,000

4-Day Training

4 Full Days of Hands-On Ultrasound Tech Training
-
The most thorough ultrasound tech training on the planet
-

2-days of early gender ultrasounds and 2-days of 3D/4D & HD ultrasounds
-
Become fully confident in
your ability to take elective ultrasound scans after this thorough training.

$8,000
Now Only
$5,000

1-Year Training

One Month of Ultrasound & Business Consulting
-
Think of this as your
master's degree
-

Learn the day-by-day of running and owning an ultrasound studio
-

Practice your skills and get the mistakes out of the way before doing it at your own private studio.
-
Includes website design 
& SEO 

 

$56,000
Now Only
$20,000

All prices are for 3D/4D ultrasound & business training near us or at our own studio.
Training at your studio varies in price as traveling expenses fluctuate.
Contact us for a quote.