Donation Enables Ultrasound Training at VTC

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Portable ultrasound machines give med students real-time training in the classroom

New Imaging technology can make a difference in the classroom and the emergency room - and students at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Research Institute are training on the most advanced portable ultrasound equipment available, thanks to Sonosite, which donated 12 of the $30,000 machines.

Learn more in this news story, broadcast by WDBJ

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I am an x-ray tech interested in learning ultrasound. Will there be any availability for training in this modality at VTC for those who are not in medical school?

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