Augusta Chronicle: Army doctors learn ultrasound at Augusta University

When Maj. Scott Grogan was deployed in Afghanistan, he recognized a need few before him had ever considered. There was ultrasound imaging equipment at his nearest forward aid station.

“But nobody was trained to use it,” he said.

Grogan and colleagues from Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center remedied that Wednesday during a training session at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University.

Dr. Ted Kuhn, professor of emergency medicine, assisted the instruction.

Augusta Chronicle: Army doctors learn ultrasound at AU

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