The on-demand SonoSim Content Library provides an easy-to-implement, scalable solution that seamlessly integrates ultrasound education into any four-year medical school curriculum. The Anatomy & Physiology Modules are ideal for first- and second-year medical students who need to learn sonographic anatomy in parallel with traditional gross anatomy and physiology courses. The Core Clinical Modules cover pathologies in greater depth and are ideal for third- and fourth-year medical students to study and review in parallel with clinical rotations.

Comprehensive Medical School Curriculum

Learning Ultrasound Basics

The SonoSim medical education curriculum currently offers over 200 hours of cloud-based content for medical students to access throughout their undergraduate medical careers.

The standardized curriculum is organized into 33 Anatomy & Physiology Modules and 16 Core Clinical Modules, including over 350 SonoSimulator® hands-on training cases across a variety of essential medical topics.

Each SonoSim® Module consists of didactic lessons, knowledge assessment, and SonoSimulator® hands-on training cases.

Anatomy & Physiology
Beginner Medical School Modules

Leg-Venous: Anatomy & Physiology Module Leg-Venous: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Foot: Anatomy & Physiology Module Foot: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Ankle: Anatomy & Physiology Module Ankle: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Knee: Anatomy & Physiology Module Knee: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Hip: Anatomy & Physiology Module Hip: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Hand & Finger: Anatomy & Physiology Module Hand & Finger: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Wrist: Anatomy & Physiology Module Wrist: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Elbow: Anatomy & Physiology Module Elbow: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Shoulder: Anatomy & Physiology Module Shoulder: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Spine: Anatomy & Physiology Module Spine: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Leg-Arterial: Anatomy & Physiology Module Leg-Arterial: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Cerebrovascular: Anatomy & Physiology Module Cerebrovascular: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Thyroid: Anatomy & Physiology Module Thyroid: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Upper Airway: Anatomy & Physiology Module Upper Airway: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Arm-Venous: Anatomy & Physiology Module Arm-Venous: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Arm-Arterial: Anatomy & Physiology Module Arm-Arterial: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Soft Tissue: Anatomy & Physiology Module Soft Tissue: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Introduction to MSK: Anatomy & Physiology Module Introduction to MSK: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Renal: Anatomy & Physiology Module Renal: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Bladder: Anatomy & Physiology Module Bladder: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Female Pelvis: Anatomy & Physiology Module Female Pelvis: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Scrotum: Anatomy & Physiology Module Scrotum: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Prostate: Anatomy & Physiology Module Prostate: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Lungs: Anatomy & Physiology Module Lungs: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Aorta/IVC: Anatomy & Physiology Module Aorta/IVC: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Heart: Anatomy & Physiology Module Heart: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Breast: Anatomy & Physiology Module Breast: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Spleen: Anatomy & Physiology Module Spleen: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Pancreas: Anatomy & Physiology Module Pancreas: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Liver: Anatomy & Physiology Module Liver: Anatomy & Physiology Module
GI Tract: Anatomy & Physiology Module GI Tract: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Biliary Tree: Anatomy & Physiology Module Biliary Tree: Anatomy & Physiology Module
Adrenal Glands: Anatomy & Physiology Module Adrenal Glands: Anatomy & Physiology Module

Core Clinical
Intermediate Medical School Modules

Fundamentals of Ultrasound: Core Clinical Module Fundamentals of Ultrasound: Core Clinical Module
eFAST Protocol: Core Clinical Module eFAST Protocol: Core Clinical Module
Renal: Core Clinical Module Renal: Core Clinical Module
Vascular Access: Core Clinical Module Vascular Access: Core Clinical Module
Soft Tissue: Core Clinical Module Soft Tissue: Core Clinical Module
Rapid Ultrasound in Shock: Core Clinical Module Rapid Ultrasound in Shock: Core Clinical Module
Pulmonary: Core Clinical Module Pulmonary: Core Clinical Module
Ocular: Core Clinical Module Ocular: Core Clinical Module
OB/GYN: Core Clinical Module OB/GYN: Core Clinical Module
Musculoskeletal: Core Clinical Module Musculoskeletal: Core Clinical Module
Intestinal/Biliary: Core Clinical Module Intestinal/Biliary: Core Clinical Module
FAST Protocol: Core Clinical Module FAST Protocol: Core Clinical Module
Cardiology: Core Clinical Module Cardiology: Core Clinical Module
Bladder: Core Clinical Module Bladder: Core Clinical Module
Aorta/IVC: Core Clinical Module Aorta/IVC: Core Clinical Module
Airway: Core Clinical Module Airway: Core Clinical Module

Sample Course Outlines

Fundamentals of Ultrasound for Beginners

Fundamentals of Ultrasound: Core Clinical Module

  • Lesson: Introduction
    • Disclosure to Learners
    • Introduction to Fundamentals of Ultrasound
    • Fundamentals of Ultrasound
    • Ultrasound Instrumentation & Image Acquisition
  • Lesson: Basic Ultrasound Physics
    • Sound Wave Characteristics
    • Pulsed- & Continuous-Wave Signals
    • Ultrasound Wave Transmission
    • Echogenicity
    • Ultrasound Coupling Agents
    • Ultrasound Contrast Agents
  • Lesson: Transducer Basics
    • Transducer Frequency
    • Convex Array
    • Linear Phased-Array
    • Linear Sequential-Array
  • Lesson: Imaging Conventions
    • Transducer Indicator
    • Sagittal View
    • Transverse View
    • Coronal View
    • Imaging Axes
    • Confirming Transducer Orientation
    • Procedure Preparation
    • Ergonomic Considerations
  • Lesson: Imaging Artifacts
    • Imaging Artifacts
    • High Attenuation (Clean Shadowing)
    • Low Attenuation (Increased Through-Transmission)
    • Gas Scatter (Dirty Shadowing)
    • Refraction
    • Edge Artifact (Lateral Cystic Shadowing)
    • Reverberation (Multople Equidistantly Spaced Reflections)
    • Comet-Tail & Ring-Down Artifacts
    • Speckle
    • Mirror Image
    • Beam-Width Artifact
    • Side- & Grating-Lobe Artifacts
    • Speed Displacement
    • Doppler Ultrasound
    • Signal Aliasing
    • Color Doppler Aliasing
    • Color Doppler Artifacts
  • Lesson: Imaging Modes
    • 2D- or B-Mode
    • M-Mode
    • Color-Flow Doppler
    • Power-Flow Doppler
    • Pulsed-Wave Doppler
  • Lesson: Doppler Mode Imaging
    • Doppler Effect
    • Doppler Shift
    • Doppler Equation
    • Intercept Angle
    • Doppler Instruments
    • Color Doppler
    • Color Doppler Physics
    • Color Doppler Imaging
    • Color Doppler and Power-Flow Doppler Imaging
    • Spectral Doppler Instruments
    • Spectral Doppler Graph
    • Spectral Waveform
    • Pulsed-Wave Doppler Imaging
    • Continuous-Wave Doppler Imaging
    • Comparison of Doppler Imaging Modes
  • Lesson: Ultrasound System Operation
    • System Controls: Depth
    • System Controls: Gain
    • Image Optimization
    • System Controls: Focal Zone
    • Spatial Resolution
    • Temporal Resolution
    • Focal Zones vs. Temporal Resolution
  • Lesson: Infection Control & Biosafety
    • Low-Level Transducer Disinfection
    • High-Level Transducer Disinfection
    • Sterilization
    • Ultrasound Bioeffects & Safety
    • Ultrasound Energy Output-Display Standards
    • Ultrasound Bioeffects & Safety
  • Lesson: Summary
    • Course Summary
Hip: Anatomy and Physiology Module

Hip: Anatomy & Physiology

  • Lesson: Introduction
    • Disclosure to Learners
    • Hip Ultrasound
    • Course Objectives
  • Lesson: Anatomy & Physiology
    • Femoroacetabular Joint
    • Proximal Femur
    • Acetabulum & Labrum
    • Joint Capsule & Connective Tissue
    • Hip Kinematics
    • Hip Musculature
    • Anterior Group
    • Lateral Group
    • Fascia Lata & Iliotibial Band
    • Medial Group
    • Femoral Triangle
    • Synovial Bursae
    • Posterior Group
    • Femoral & Sciatic Nerves
  • Lesson: Sonographic Anatomy
    • Anterior Hip Joint
    • Femoral Neurovascular Bundle
    • Tensor Fasciae Latae & Sartorius
    • Rectus Femoris Muscle
    • Adductor Group
    • Transversus Abdominis Muscle & Conjoined Tendon
    • Gluteal Group
    • Posterior Group
  • Lesson: Sonographic Technique
    • Transducer Selection & Settings
    • Patient Positioning & Scanning Approaches
    • Anterior Hip Joint
    • Iliopsoas Muscle & Tendon
    • Femoral Neurovascular Bundle
    • Tensor Fasciae Latae & Sartorius
    • Rectus Femoris
    • Adductor Group
    • Gluteal Group
    • Lateral Group
    • Posterior Group
    • Pearls & Pitfalls
  • Lesson: Summary
    • Course Summary
Renal: Anatomy and Physiology Module

Renal: Anatomy & Physiology

  • Lesson: Introduction
    • Disclosure to Learners
    • Renal Ultrasound
    • Course Objectives
  • Lesson: Anatomy
    • Normal Renal Anatomy
    • Renal Parenchyma
    • Renal Hilum
    • The Ureters
    • Bladder anatomy
    • Renal Anatomy: Coronal View
    • Renal Anatomy: Axial Views
    • Renal Anatomy: Sagittal Views
  • Lesson: Renal Physiology
    • Role of the Kidney
    • Renal Blood Flow
  • Lesson: Sonographic Anatomy
    • Sonographic Renal Anatomy
    • Sonographic Bladder Anatomy
  • Lesson: Sonographic Technique
    • Transducer Selection
    • Imaging the Right Kidney
    • Right Kidney Window
    • Imaging Technique: Long Axis
    • Imaging Technique: Short Axis
    • Imaging the Left Kidney
    • Left Kidney Window
    • Imaging Technique: Long Axis
    • Imaging Technique: Short Axis
    • Renal Blood Flow
    • Renal Vasculature in Transverse
    • Renal Vasculature in Longitudinal
    • Renal Blood Flow
    • Bladder Imaging Technique
    • Ureteral Jet Imaging
  • Lesson: Summary
    • Course Summary
eFAST Protocol: Core Clinical Module

eFAST Protocol: Core Clinical

  • Lesson: Introduction
    • Getting Started
    • Disclosure to Learners
    • Goal of Trauma Care
    • Trauma Patient Assessment
    • Diagnostic Peritoneal Lavage
    • Computed Tomography (CT) Imaging
    • FAST Exam
    • Role of FAST
    • Role of FAST
    • The eFAST Exam
    • Pneumothorax Evaluation
    • The eFAST Exam
    • eFAST Examination
    • eFAST Exam Indications
    • eFAST Exam: Not Just for the Abdomen Anymore
  • Lesson: Anatomy
    • Right Upper Quadrant Window
    • RUQ Anatomy
    • Liver Anatomy
    • Cardiac Window
    • Cardiac Imaging
    • Left Upper Quadrant Window
    • LUQ Anatomy
    • Pelvic Window
    • Female Pelvis
    • Male Pelvis
    • Lung Examination
  • Lesson: Sonographic Anatomy & Technique
    • Transducer Basics
    • Transducer Selection: Convex Array
    • Transducer Selection: Linear Phased-Array
    • Transducer Selection: Linear Sequential-Array
    • Performing the eFAST Exam: RUQ Window Technique
    • RUQ Window
    • Cardiac Imaging: Subxiphoid Window
    • Subxiphoid Window
    • Cardiac Imaging: Parasternal Window
    • Parasternal Long (PLAX) Window
    • Left Upper Quadrant (LUQ) Window
    • LUQ Window
    • Pelvic Imaging: Suprapubic Window
    • Suprapubic Window: Transverse View
    • Male Pelvis: Transverse View
    • Female Pelvis: Transverse View
    • Male Pelvis: Sagittal View
    • Female Pelvis: Sagittal View
    • Suprapubic Window
    • Lung Examination
    • Pleural "Sliding-Lung" Sign
    • Lung Evaluation
    • Normal Lung Pattern
    • Pneumothorax Rule-Out
    • Imaging Adjuncts
    • Role of M-Mode Imaging
    • M-Mode Image Interpolation
    • Pneumothorax Rule-In
  • Lesson: Imaging Tips & Pitfalls
    • Imaging Tip: Mirror Artifact
    • Imaging Pitfall: Epicardial Fat Pad
    • Imaging Pitfall: Pericardial Clot
    • Imaging Pitfall: Stomach Bubble
    • False-Lung Point
    • Lung Imaging Tip
  • Lesson: Case Studies
    • Blunt Trauma: Full Cardiac Arrest
    • Cardiac Imaging: Large Pericardial Effusion
    • Cardiac Tamponade: Emergency Thoracotomy
    • Stab Wound to Chest
    • Cardiac Imaging: Large Pericardial Effusion
    • Blunt Trauma: Auto vs. Pedestrian (Suprapubic Window)
    • Blunt Trauma: Fall from Height (Suprapubic Window)
    • Stab Wound to Chest & Abdomen (RUQ Window)
    • Transmediastinal Gunshot Wound (Cardiac Imaging)
    • Blunt Trauma: Motor Vehicle Collision (RUQ Window)
    • Blunt Trauma (RUQ Window)
    • Blunt Trauma (LUQ Window)
    • Blunt Trauma (RUQ Window)
    • Blunt Trauma: Auto vs. Pedestrian (Suprapubic Window)
    • 24-Year-Old Male in Minor Motor Vehicle Accident
  • Lesson: Summary
    • Course Summary
OB/GYN: Core Clinical Module

OB/GYN: Core Clinical Module

  • Lesson: Introduction
    • Disclosure to Learners
    • Pelvic Ultrasound
  • Lesson: Pelvic Anatomy
    • Pelvic Anatomy (Sagittal View)
    • Pelvic Anatomy (Axial View)
    • Pelvic Anatomy (Coronal View)
  • Lesson: Imaging Techniques
    • Imaging Techniques
    • Transabdominal Technique
    • Endovaginal Technique
  • Lesson: Transabdominal Technique
    • Transabdominal Technique
    • Transabdominal (Sagittal View)
    • Bladder Volume and Transabdominal Sagittal View
    • Transabdominal (Transverse View)
  • Lesson: Endovaginal Technique
    • Endovaginal Technique
    • Transducer Preparation
    • Patient Positioning
    • Transducer Orientation
    • Image Optimization
    • Sagittal-Plane Imaging
    • Scanning Technique
    • Case Study: Posterior Cul-de-Sac Free Fluid
    • Coronal-Plane Imaging
    • Ovarian Imaging
    • Imaging Technique
    • Case Study: Normal Ovaries
  • Lesson: Embryology
    • Embryology
    • Implantation
    • Embryologic Development
    • Intrauterine Pregnancy
    • Double Decidual Sac Sign
    • Fetal Cardiac Activity
    • First-Trimester Fetal Development
  • Lesson: Pathologic Conditions
    • First-Trimester Ultrasound Considerations
    • First-Trimester Ultrasound Objectives
    • Early IUP
    • Case Study: Early IUP
    • Live IUP
    • Case Study: Live IUP
    • Indeterminate IUP
    • Abnormal IUP
    • Case Study: Abnormal IUP
    • Extrauterine Gestation: Sonographic Signs
    • Case Study: Extrauterine Gestation
    • Case Study: Suspected Ectopic Pregnancy
    • Ring-of-Fire Sign
    • Case Study: Definitive Ectopic Pregnancy
    • Case Study: Suspected Ectopic Pregnancy
    • Case Study: Cornuate Ectopic
    • Case Study: Heterotopic Pregnancy
    • Case Study: Complex Adnexal Mass
    • Indeterminate Pregnancy
    • Role of Beta-Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (β-hCG) Level
  • Lesson: Case Studies
    • Case Study: Intrauterine Device
    • Case Study: Intrauterine Device and Pregnancy
    • Case Study: Corpus Luteum Cyst
    • Case Study: Hemorrhagic Ovarian Cyst
    • Case Study: Ovarian Cysts with Free Fluid
    • Case Study: Ovarian Cyst (Transabdominal View)
    • Case Study: Molar Pregnancy
  • Lesson: Summary
    • Summary

 

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