Pricing & Availability
Hands-On 3D/4D Ultrasound Training
Real Pregnant Models
Most Affordable Pricing
Our 3D/4D ultrasound training will include very full and intensive days of training (10:00am to 5:00pm). 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
Learn how to perform heartbeat ultrasounds starting at week 6.
Learn how to take high quality 3D/4D ultrasound images and videos.
Learn how to manipulate the light source to perform stunning HD Ultrasounds.
Early Gender Ultrasound
Learn how to find baby's genital organs as early as 14-weeks' gestation.
*Images taken by actual trainees*
3D/4D Ultrasound Training Course
Understanding Ultrasound Theory
Basic Equipment Functions
Safe Probe Handling
Procedures for fetal demise
Fetal Heart Rate
Fetal Orientation and Position
Number of gestations
3D/4D & HD Ultrasound
Techniques/Waking Up Baby
Increasing viewing range
Early Gender Ultrasound
Verifying gender at 14-weeks
Getting the correct angles
Making the announcement
Basic Ultrasound Theory
What Is Ultrasound?
Ultrasound is a type of sound wave that is above the range of human hearing. Ultrasound waves are created when sound waves travel through a medium and bounce back off of a solid object. When the waves bounce back, they create a new sound wave with a higher frequency than the original wave. The frequency of an ultrasound wave is measured in MHz, or millions of cycles per second.
Ultrasound Uses In The Medical Field
Ultrasound waves are used in many different medical applications. It was first used for diagnostic medical imaging in the 1950s, and has become an important tool in medicine to assess a baby's health. The waves can pass through the mother's body and create an image of the baby on a screen. Another common use is for diagnosing various diseases and conditions. Ultrasound waves can be used to detect tumors, gallstones, and other abnormalities.
New 3D/4D/HD Ultrasound Technology
3D/4D/HD ultrasounds use sound waves to create a realistic images of the baby on a computer monitor, allowing you to see what your baby looks like before he or she is even born. The quality of 3D, 4D & HD images depends on when they were taken during pregnancy, what position the mother is lying in, and how much amniotic fluid is present during her scan. During our one-on-one Ultrasound Training we will show you how to take incredible images at all stages of pregnancy.
Ultrasound Machine Functions
Learn Safe Use Of An Ultrasound Machine
The ultrasound machine is the most important piece of equipment in an ultrasound room. When it comes to operating an ultrasound machine, proper training is essential! This complex piece of equipment can be difficult to use, and even a small mistake can lead to massively inaccurate results. For this reason, those who are responsible for administering ultrasound exams must receive comprehensive training on how to use the machine correctly.
The best way to learn is through a hands-on approach, watching our experienced experts operate the machine and then practicing yourself under our supervision. Additionally, it is important to read the manual carefully and take advantage of any online resources that are available. With our ultrasound training, operating an ultrasound machine will be a relatively simple process.
Ultrasound Probe Training
Learn Safe Use Of An Ultrasound Probe
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.
Learn Safe Use Of An Ultrasound Probe
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. Ultrasound training at You Kiss We Tell Ultrasound includes an introduction into scanning theory, proper procedures, advanced scanning techniques, safe operation of the ultrasound probe and proper language to use with the expecting moms.
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.
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.
2D Ultrasound Training
Learn How To Perform 2D Ultrasounds
Ultrasound is a diagnostic tool that uses sound waves to create images of the inside of the body. While it was once mostly used to visualize unborn babies, it is now commonly used to evaluate a variety of issues, from tumors to blood clots. Ultrasound technicians use a transducer, or probe, to emit sound waves and then capture the echoes as they bounce back off internal structures. The timing of the echoes is then used to create a two-dimensional image on a monitor. While ultrasound technology has been around for decades, it continues to evolve and become more sophisticated. As a result, ultrasound technicians must undergo regular training in order to keep up with the latest advances. 2D ultrasound training covers the basics of how to operate the equipment and how to obtain clear images. It also covers basic anatomy so that technicians can better understand what they are seeing on the screen. With this foundation in place, technicians can then move on to more advanced training, such as 3D and 4D imaging.
3D Ultrasound Training
Learn How To Take Incredible 3D Ultrasounds
3D ultrasound is a medical imaging technique that uses sound waves to create three-dimensional images of the inside of the body. While traditional ultrasound produces two-dimensional images, 3D ultrasound provides a more detailed view, making it an invaluable tool for diagnosing and treating medical conditions. 3D ultrasound is also increasingly being used for non-medical purposes, such as prenatal bonding and gender determination.
However, due to its complexity, 3D ultrasound requires specialized training and equipment. For example, operators must be able to identify different types of tissue and understand how to adjust the imaging parameters to optimize the image quality. As a result, 3D ultrasound training is essential for anyone who wishes to use this technology. There are a variety of ways to get 3D ultrasound training, including online courses, on-the-job training, and certification programs. While each option has its own advantages and disadvantages, the best way to learn 3D ultrasound is by getting hands-on experience with the equipment. With our hands-on 3D/4D ultrasound training you will be able to take the best images in your area!
4D Ultrasound Training
Learn How To Take Movie-Quality 4D Ultrasounds
A 4D ultrasound is a type of scan that uses sound waves to create a motion picture using multiple 3D images of the fetus. A 4D ultrasound produces images that can be viewed from different angles and in real time. As such, it provides a more detailed and complete picture of the fetus than a traditional ultrasound. While 4D ultrasounds are not typically used to diagnose medical conditions, they can be very helpful in monitoring the health and development of the fetus. In addition, 4D ultrasounds can be extremely helpful when used to determine the sex of the fetus. For these reasons, 4D ultrasound training is becoming increasingly popular among obstetricians and other healthcare providers. If you are interested in improving your 4D Ultrasound skills, call us today to speak with one of our experts!
5D Ultrasound Training
The Newest Ultrasound Technology
5D and HD ultrasound are the latest advances in this medical imaging modality, and training is essential for those who want to stay ahead of the curve. 5D ultrasound provides superior image quality, allowing for more accurate diagnosis and treatment. HD ultrasound offers even higher resolution images, providing an even greater level of detail.
Hands-On 5D/HD Ultrasound Training
Understanding how to operate a 5D or HD ultrasound machine takes more than just a quick read through the manual. In order to get the most out of these powerful machines, it is essential to receive proper training. At You Kiss We Tell, we offer comprehensive ultrasound training that cover everything from basic operation to advanced image techniques. Our experienced instructors will provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to get the most out of your ultrasound machine. In addition, we offer ongoing support to ensure that you remain confident and proficient in your use of the machine. With our help, you will be able to get the most out of your investment and provide your patients/clients with the best possible images!
Gender Ultrasound Training
Find Baby's Gender Sooner Than Ever Before!
A gender ultrasound is a prenatal imaging technique that locates the baby’s external genitalia to determine their sex. We offer gender ultrasound training to help healthcare professionals provide accurate and up-to-date information about the developing baby. With our Gender Ultrasound Training you will be able to locate baby's gender as early as 14-weeks into pregnancy, which is sooner than ever before! Our training covers everything from basic anatomy to the latest advancements in fetal gender determination. We offer hands-on gender ultrasound training so that attendees can get experience performing ultrasounds themselves on real live pregnant models. Our goal is to provide trainees with the skills and knowledge they need to offer families accurate determination of their baby's sex, giving them more time to plan. Our training will provide trainees with the tools & information they need to confidently determine a baby's gender as early as 14-weeks through ultrasound!
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.
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.