Transesophageal Echocardiography CME
Introduction (iTEE)
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 CME Exam Information
 The Basic/Advanced Transesophageal Echocardiography CME section covers the CME exams for the Basic and Advanced Transesophageal Echocardiography content in the Educational Section.

 CME Exam List
 Exam AMA Category 1 Credit for Physicians  ASRT CME units
 Basic Principles  1  0
 Knobology  1  0
 Image Orientation (SCA Views)  1  0
 Hemodynamics  1  0
 Left Ventricle  1  0
 Right Ventricle  1  0
 Mitral Valve  1  0
 Aortic Valve
 1  0
 Tricuspid Valve, Pulmonary Valve and Pulmonary Artery  1  0
 Aortic Diseases  1  0
 Congenital Heart Disease
 1  0
 Artifacts and Pitfalls  1  0
 Total CME Available:
 12  0

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Note: This CME Section is the Introduction or iTEE Transesophageal Echocardiography Section.  It is not the  Advanced Transesophageal Echocardiography Section. 
For Physicians, the exams consist of 10 questions per chapter
Minimum Passing Score:  70%
Number of Attempts:
Physicians can take the exam up to 5 times
 Post Test:
After you take the exam, you can view your wrong answers.  We cannot provide the correct answer or an explanation, but, the answer is in the chapter so please review that section for the correct answer.
A CME certificate link will be available on the first successful completion of the cme exam. (and in your account)
You can prepare for the CME exam by taking the multiple Self Assessment Exams at the end of each chapter, or in the Education section.
Automatic CME Forwarding:

For Anesthesiologists, your CME credits will be forwarded to the ABA database. (Requires ABA number to be activated.)
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Please send complaints to the webmaster.  We review the CME questions and may alter a question if it is improperly worded or causes too much confusion.  However, we cannot alter the results of your exam based upon your complaints.

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