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Практическое руководство AIUM по проведению эхокардиографии плода

Руководство разработано при сотрудничестве с Американским колледжем акушерства и гинекологии (ACOG), Обществом медицины матери и плода (SMFM) и Американским обществом эхокардиографии (ASE) и одобрено
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Предназначение практических руководств AIUM состоит в ознакомлении профессионалов в области ультразвука с основными требованиями для проведения высококачественных ультразвуковых исследований. Эти руководства отражают минимальные критерии для полноценного исследования в каждой из областей, но без намерения установить юридические стандарты. Предполагается, что медицинские учреждения, аккредитованные AIUM, главным образом будут следовать этим руководствам, не исключая необходимости отклоняться от них в некоторых случаях в зависимости от нужд пациентов и наличия доступного оборудования. Кроме того, может приветствоваться необходимость выходить за рамки руководства с целью оказания дополнительных услуг и получения дополнительной информации. Клинические аспекты, содержащиеся в специальных разделах этого руководства (Введение, Показания, Порядок проведения исследования и Технические характеристики оборудования), были разработаны AIUM, ACR, ACOG, SMFM и ASE.

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AIUM Practice Guideline for the Performance of Fetal Echocardiography

“AIUM Practice Guideline for the Performance of Fetal Echocardiography” reproduced with permission from the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM). These guidelines have been translated from the originals published by AIUM, by recognized experts in the field and have been independently verified by reviewers with a relevant first language. Although all reasonable endeavors have been made to ensure that no fundamental meaning has been changed the process of translation may naturally result in small variations in words or terminology. The AIUM cannot be held account able, liable, or responsible for any errors contained in this material due to the translation from the English language to the Russian language. The AIUM makes no claim that translated guidelines can be considered an exact copy of the original. The guidelines are only officially approved by the AIUM in their English published form.

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