Your Online Reference Library of Obstetric Sonography Resources
Obstetric Sonography is one of the most comprehensive obstetric ultrasound reference libraries available online, providing medical professionals with immediate 24/7 access to expert diagnostic images, videos and information.
Features of the Member Area
The Obstetric Sonography Online Resource Library is an online service that can be accessed through a paid membership. The library has over 300 pages of expert sonographic information accompanied by images and videos. There are also specialised sections containing case studies and video galleries.
With over 1700 sonographic images to view, each section has a visual reference with specialist information, descriptions and analysis.
100+ Case Studies
Real case studies are available in each trimester to provide expert diagnostic information.
Over 650 videos have been uploaded to provide real life case examples.
Four specialist video galleries are also included.
ASAR Approved Web Based Activity
See what some of our members have to say ..
“Obstetric Sonography has provided IUC tutors and students with a comprehensive, concise and easy to follow platform for teaching and learning obstetric ultrasound. It has been useful for students who are beginning their careers and are learning to recognise pathology, as well as more experienced students who require extension of their obstetrics knowledge. The images are all a very high quality and the protocols are relevant to current practice. We will definitely continue to use this website to complement our training program.”
Narelle Morin, Director
Integrated Ultrasound Consulting
“We are finding the subscription to your OB site very useful for our current OB course.”
Tracey Olldashi, BA, RDMS,
RVT Program Coordinator Providence Hospital School of Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Southfield, Michigan 48075
“I found Obstetric Sonography very helpful for present and future sonographers. Thanks for building such a resource with the intention of helping the profession.”
Kalam Chowdhury, MD
Program Director, Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Medical Career Institute, New Jersey
“After reviewing the website I found it fabulous and very informative for physicians and sonographers who practice obstetric ultrasound. I have recommended this website to my colleagues and I recommend it to all who are interested in obstetric ultrasound – physicians, residents or sonographers.”
Dr Ahmad Maaliki, MD, EBR, M.Sc
Head of Radiology Department at Al Hamidy Medical Charity Center
“Thank you so much for creating this module! It is very informative and the images/videos are amazing! Better than textbook.”
Lori Niesen, RDMS. MN
St Paul, Minneapolis
“I am a third year student Sonographer at the University of Auckland … I have not been able to find any resources as helpful as yours.”
University of Auckland
“In any field of endeavour the most prolific source of knowledge is the experience of others. In developing the Obstetric Sonography Online Reference Library my aim has been to build a resource that will enable others to share and benefit from the experiences and opportunities I have been privy to. My mission has been to produce a comprehensive library covering all aspects of obstetric sonography, and to regularly update this resource to ensure that it consistently reflects excellence in obstetric ultrasound.”
Samantha Ward DipAppSc, DMU, AMS, AFASA
Ward Ultrasound Services
Visionary and Founder Obstetric Sonography Online Resource Library
Expert Information You Can Trust and Rely On
Obstetric Sonography has been established by Samantha Ward. She has more than 18 years’ experience in the field of obstetric ultrasound and is currently Chief Sonographer at one of Perth’s leading private maternal fetal medicine specialist centres. Her past experience includes tutoring in obstetric ultrasound at Curtin University (Perth, WA) and King Edward Memorial Hospital (Perth, WA). Samantha is also a member of the Editorial Review Board for “Sonography” – Journal of the Australian Sonographers Association.
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