CT Brain Perfusion Course

This course is intended for Radiologists and other health care professionals that are interested in learning about the principles of computed tomography brain perfusion and the implementation in a clinical setting. The course provides a comprehensive hands-on review in performing, processing, interpreting, and evaluating CT brain perfusion examinations. Participants will cover basic physiology of cerebral perfusion, patient and exam selection, and how to protocol and perform brain perfusion studies using CT. Post-processing techniques, radiation safety, and diagnostic evaluation of CT brain perfusion examinations will be taught in a practical setting.

Course Information

Speaker

Prof Sandeep Bhuta

Country

Singapore

Venue

Philips APAC Center

Singapore 319763

Status

Registration Closed

Registration Fee

SGD $1,000.00 per pax

*GST included

Seats Available

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Summary

Learning objectives

  • Assess basic imaging protocols for most clinical referrals
  • Utilise 3D Workstations and CT data to evaluate brain anatomy and perfusion
  • Understand the risks of radiation exposure and methods to minimise radiation dose

Audience: Radiologists and other health care professionals

Facilitator: Dr Sandeep Bhuta

Duration: 1 day

Accreditation: CPD TBC


The price includes the training, lunch, coffee breaks and a tour throughout the Philips regional headquarters in Singapore where various (premium and working) products are displayed; it excludes transportation and accommodation.

About Speaker

Prof Sandeep Bhuta

Sandeep Bhuta is a Staff Neuroradiologist at Gold Coast University Hospital and Associate Professor, Griffith University, School of Medicine and Menzies Health Institute, Gold Coast. After finishing FRANZCR he trained in North America for two years, comprehensive Fellowship in Adult and Pediatric Neuroradiology and Head & Neck Imaging at University of Toronto, Canada.

He has received numerous accolades, research awards at conferences including American Academy of Neurology, Chicago in 2007 and RANZCR research awards at annual scientific meetings in 2007 and 2009, Certificate of Merit at American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) San Diego, 2014. He was awarded Rouse Fellow, Travelling Professor Award by RANZCR in 2012.He co-chairs Neuroradiology Educational Exhibits Committee panel of Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and an active member of American and European Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR, ESNR).

He is an Associate Editor for JMIRO journal and reviewer for many other international journals including Neurosurgery. He is co-founder of Head & Neck Cancer Services and Acute Stroke Service at Gold Coast University Hospital. He enjoys teaching and mentoring Griffith University medical students. He has presented more than 100 oral presentations, scientific papers and exhibits at various conferences and contributed to head and neck surgery textbooks. His areas of interest and research are Susceptibility Weighted Imaging, Stroke Brain Perfusion, Neurooncology and Head & Neck Cancer Imaging.

Recently he became the first Australian to receive prestigious, Anne Osborn Outreach Neuroradiology Professor Award 2019, offered by American Society of Neuroradiology.