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Step-by-Step Guide to a Cardiac Ultrasound

By |2022-08-29T21:56:04+00:00March 15, 2022|Course Information, Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS)|

While ultrasound is frequently associated with obstetrics and monitoring mothers and babies throughout pregnancy, ultrasound technology is becoming more and more applicable to other fields of medicine as well. As more applications are discovered and utilized, learning Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) at a Maverick Medical Education course will allow you to better serve your communities, in whatever setting you find yourself.

Occipital Nerve Block: Procedure, Benefits, and Side Effects

By |2022-09-01T14:02:37+00:00January 27, 2022|Pain Management|

Too many of our population suffer with chronic migraines with little to no relief. While there are some home remedies that can ease the pain that comes with some headaches, it is worth considering an occipital nerve block for patients who are suffering from regular and persistent pain. The occipital nerve block is not only easy to learn in our Maverick Medical Education courses, but easy to administer to patients who are in need of relief.

Improving Analgesia with Regional Anesthesia

By |2022-08-30T13:52:07+00:00December 15, 2021|Course Information, Regional Anesthesia|

Breast cancer, unfortunately, is more prevalent and impacting more women every year. While every patient will choose, with their medical team, a different course of action for treatment, many are choosing a surgical option to reduce the risk of future issues. With this emotional decision comes a number of concerns, including the typical post-surgical pain concerns. Maverick Medical Education teaches courses that help provide pain treatment and reduction for patients of all types and has seen an improvement in analgesia with the use of regional anesthesia.

Maverick Medical Education Partners

By |2022-08-30T19:01:25+00:00October 19, 2021|Course Information|

Maverick Medical Education cannot rely solely on the experience and information we possess as medical providers. We also have to use tools and technology to expand on those skills. Through trial and error, we have chosen several companies to partner with, knowing these groups will help us and our students be more successful in managing pain and helping their patients, wherever they may practice.

Identifying Cardiac Issues with POCUS

By |2022-08-30T19:03:30+00:00October 13, 2021|Course Information, Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS)|

Point of Care Ultrasound is becoming more commonly used throughout the medical field and even beyond the four walls of the hospital and professional buildings where doctors, nurses, and technicians do a majority of their work. One of the many promising ways POCUS is being used, by our Maverick Medical Education trainees and medical professionals across the country, is the use in identifying and working through cardiac issues with our patients.

Using Ultrasound Guidance for Deep Peripheral Nerve Blocks

By |2022-08-30T19:04:41+00:00September 24, 2021|Course Information|

Maverick Medical Education is committed to teaching different forms of pain relief in our courses, but also ensuring that our students receive all the tools and skills they need for each encounter with a patient to be successful. Through repetition in our courses like our Regional Anesthesia Essentials and Advanced, students get the hands on experience they need to build proficiency, but we also use additional tools, like ultrasound for perfect placement, every time.

Identifying Knee Dislocation with POCUS

By |2022-08-30T19:06:32+00:00September 15, 2021|Course Information, Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS)|

As Point of Care Ultrasound becomes more widely used, those who have been trained in using this technology, also referred to as POCUS, will be better able to diagnose and treat their patients. While many think of ultrasound only in the realm of obstetrics, POCUS can give great insight into what is taking place within a patient’s body, in real time, without transport and can give an ongoing view as different techniques or treatments are tried. One of the ways Maverick Medical Education uses POCUS with medical professionals is in the identification of knee dislocation.

Benefits of Training with Pulsatile Cadavers

By |2022-08-30T19:08:15+00:00September 8, 2021|Course Information|

Not every medical education course has pulsatile cadavers available to practice on, simulating real life experiences when completing a medical procedure. In fact, only Maverick has this exact type of pulsatile technology because it is something unique to our training and is patent-approved. By acquiring high-quality cadavers and running our technology, students will learn exactly what to look for in a patient when performing a procedure, how the body responds to the procedure, and what modification may need to be made.

Continuing Education: What It Is and Why It Is Important

By |2022-09-01T14:00:46+00:00July 27, 2021|Course Information, Course News, Maverick News|

Maverick Medical Education isn’t just passionate about teaching others pain relief methods. We are also passionate about making medical providers better versions of themselves, adding new knowledge, techniques, and trade tips that will serve the patients at each of their practices even better after the completion of one, or all, of our courses. Hand in hand with that, each medical professional has to continue their education beyond their years of schooling, through continuing education credits.

Nerve Block: How Long It Lasts

By |2022-09-01T14:05:25+00:00July 20, 2021|Course Information, Course News, Regional Anesthesia|

One of the commitments our Maverick Medical Education team has made is to train medical professionals in pain management solutions that do not involve prescribing opioids. With more in the medical industry being taught a variety of solutions, including how to effectively administer nerve blocks, we can help our patients have better outcomes and put them at less risk for addiction. Is a nerve block really as good of a solution as we claim? With the way a nerve block works and the reduction in side effects, it is a great solution for a number of reasons.

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