Review the Sample Videos (1 hour)
Part 1: Review TTE14 to TTE20
This depicts a normal 4-chamber subcostal view. ( Click on the link to view the video )
This view depicts a dilated right atrium and D sign that is noted in the left ventricle. The left ventricle is depicted at the level of the papillary muscles. ( Click on the link to view the video )
This view depicts a great subcostal view of the left ventricle. This image was taken with the abdominal settings on the ultrasound device. ( Click on the link to view the video )
This view depicts a parasternal long axis with adequate images. This should be the image that you are looking for when obtaining this view. This patient depicts adequate LV function. You can see the Aortic Valve on the right side of the screen and the right ventricle is visible superior to the left ventricle.
This view is a LV short axis view that depicts an excellent image of the aortic valve. As you can see in the video, the aortic valve is tri-leaflet and has the appearance of the Mercedes Benz symbol.
This is a LV short axis view that reveals an excellent image of the left ventricle at the papillary muscle level. This image reveals a left ventricle with good contractility and adequate volume resuscitation.
This is a still image of the use of M-mode in evaluation of the mitral valve. This image depicts adequate motion of the Mitral Valve. (Image Only)