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The C word

Being a sonographer is hard work. I’m not referring to the amount of studying we have to do, or all the diseases and cancers we need to know like the back of our hand… but the emotional weight we carry everyday. 464 more words


What To Do When...

Your fertility sonographer for the past 2 years is pregnant and you’re not.

Since this blog is about being real, let me be real and tell you that I wasnt even sure if I wanted to publish this post, because I know some people may misunderstand it and give me flack. 632 more words


My First Week of Clinicals

Well, it came. And I most definitely conquered.

The day I anxiously awaited for a full semester, and a month long winter break came faster than I expected, and went better than I expected. 888 more words


3 Stretches All Sonographers Should Do

Have you ever thought about how you stand? Or how you hold a transducer? Or how you position yourself over your patient? Incorrect positioning in any form could increase your risk of pain and injury. 458 more words


Pregnancy Update Week 13 | Baby No. 2 - The Scan

Week 13

This week was the week of our first scan! At the start of the week, every day dragged, all I wanted was for it to be Wednesday so we could see our baby. 560 more words


Victoria F. McGee

Title: Registered Cardiac Sonographer, Registered Vascular Specialist, Fellow of the American Society of Echocardiography

Company: Central Alabama Society of Echo

Location: Pelham, Alabama

Pelham, Alabama, September 28, 2015, Victoria F. 115 more words

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Donna R. Hendershot, RCS, RDCS, NR-CMA, AA

Cardiac Echo Supervisor
Donna Hendershot Consulting
Billings, MO, USA
Industry: Health Care
Field: Cardiology Consulting

Donna R. Hendershot is the perfect combination of creative, driven and willing, and she has a very enlightening sense of humor. 1,027 more words

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