I love Nuffnang!

I love Nuffnang!

Sunday, November 20, 2011


Fly Thru utilizes perspective rendering to let you virtually dive into a volume data set and explore cavities, ducts and vessels from the inside and in 3D. While conventional 3D imaging displays the surface of a given structure by parallel projection, FlyThru uses perspective projection to display a given structure, emphasizing the near over the far field much like in optical endoscopy.

Monday, November 7, 2011

Fetal Heart

Photos show a Right Flow Track of Fetal Heart. Note that the RVOT is the flow from Right Ventricle to Pulmonary Artery.

Notes from Wikipedia
The human heart has four chambers, two superior atria and two inferior ventricles. The atria are the receiving chambers and the ventricles are the discharging chambers. The pathway of blood through the human heart consists of a pulmonary circuit[11] and a systemic circuit. Deoxygenated blood flows through the heart in one direction, entering through the superior vena cava into the right atrium and is pumped through the tricuspid valve into the right ventricle before being pumped out through the pulmonary valve to the pulmonary arteries into the lungs. It returns from the lungs through the pulmonary veins to the left atrium where it is pumped through the mitral valve into the left ventricle before leaving through the aortic valve to the aorta

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Sonographer Wanted in Penang!


Calling for experience Sonographers out there who are interested to work in Penang. Please email me your resume to mizujusoh@gmail.com. I will send your resume to the centre but I cant guarantee you can get the job. Just helping my customer to get 1 more sonographer.. Hurry up! closed on 31 Oct 2011!

Wednesday, September 7, 2011


This is not an edited image. This is fresh from the system which we grab during our product training. See the detail and the smoothness? Love It!

Friday, August 26, 2011

Fetal Heart Using New Toshiba System! Mindblowing!

See the clarity and the details? Guess no other system can beat this. It's a mindblowing!

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Job Vacancy!

We’re hiring, Nuffnangers! :D We need to fill in a few vacancies as below:
- Media Sales (Nom Nom Media)
- Media Sales (Churp Churp)
- Community Executive (Churp Churp)

Interested in applying for one of the vacancies? Read on to see if you fit the bill for the career you’re aiming for!

Do all your friends unanimously agree that you’re the extrovert in the gang? If the answer is yes, you’ll fit in just well here! Media Sales Nuffies are at the frontline of Nuffnang & Churp Churp, spending their days out of the office meeting potential clients and pitching exciting ideas for social media campaigns to them. You’ll essentially be the person bringing in the clients and growing the Nuffnang & Churp Churp business, so you gotta be one tough cookie! You’ll need to work well under pressure and in the face rejection, all while exuding confidence like a pro.

- Meeting and building rapport with potential clients
- Pitching and preparing creative proposals and presentations for exciting campaigns
- Researching and preparing case studies on cool ideas for potential client’s ad campaigns
- Overseeing the execution of your social media advertising campaigns
- Liaising with and coordinating Nuffnangers & Churpers engaged for advertising campaigns
- Attending to client’s needs on social media campaigns
- Seek creative ways by researching and networking to bring in digital advertising revenue for the company

- Candidates must possess at least a "A" Level/Pre-U, Diploma, Advanced/Higher/Graduate Diploma, Bachelor's Degree, Post Graduate Diploma, Professional Degree in any field.
- Fresh graduates between the age of 21- 28 are welcome to apply.
- Must be able to write and converse fluently in English.
- Possess own transport.
- Articulate with good communication and presentation skills.
- Self-motivated, target driven and able to work independently.
- Must possess some knowledge in Social Media Advertising.
- Good team player with a proactive attitude.
- Dynamic, bubbly and have passion for the media industry.
- Preferably Junior & Senior executives specializing in Advertising/Media Planning or equivalent.
- Application only open to citizens or PR holders.

If you love meeting new people, planning events and are active on social media, look no further for the perfect job! Community Relations staffs spend a lot of their time planning community events for the Nuffnang/ChurpChurp communities, liaising with Nuffnangers and Churpers on everything from events that members of the communities are invited to, or just attending to any questions bloggers and Churpers might have.

- Being the direct contact point for Nuffnangers/Churpers – maintaining good relations & liaising directly with them
- Planning and organizing events, seminars/workshops, parties, movie screenings and the like for Nuffnangers/Churpers
- Identify potential partners and manage Nuffnang/Churp Churp’s partners in events, campaigns, charity campaigns and initiatives
- Maintaining all communication platforms with bloggers/Churpers (the official blogs, Facebook and Twitter accounts)
- Managing the micro-communities in Nuffnang & Churp Churp (e.g. Glitterati Plus, Evangelist Programs)
- Creating content for the Nuffnang & Churp Churp official homepage
- Attending to bloggers’/Churpers’ enquiries via the helpdesk
- Attending post-mortem meetings, preparing reports on events and campaigns and liaising with clients and sales team on performance of initiatives.

- Candidates must possess at least a "A" Level/Pre-U, Diploma, Advanced/Higher/Graduate Diploma, Bachelor's Degree, Post Graduate Diploma, Professional Degree, any field.
- Fresh graduates between the age of 21- 28 are welcome to apply.
- Must be able to write and converse fluently in English.
- Articulate, with good communication and presentation skills.
- Self-motivated, target driven and able to work independently.
- Must possess some knowledge of social media.
- Good team player with a proactive attitude.
- Dynamic, bubbly and have passion for the media industry.
- Must be willing to work after standard working hours and on weekends when occasional events/activities are being held.
- Application only open to citizens or PR holders.

Reckon you’re the perfect candidate for one of the openings above? Write in to mycareer@netccentric.com and state the position you’re applying for in the subject of the email, and you may also attach a copy of your CV.

Hurry and send in your application today! Come on and join us, we're a lot of fun, we promise ;)

Teoh Xinxian
Senior Community Executive
Nuffnang Sdn. Bhd.

Working In Saudi Arabia? Dare or Not?

My friend who is one of the most senior O&G sonographer in Malaysia just called me a few days ago. She was so excited that Saudi Arabia is offering her a job with..Hmm..very lucrative pay for me. But as her salary here in Malaysia is much2 more higher than that, she asked me if I would interested in it. Looking at the figure, of course! But then, when to think of it agin, I rather work in Malaysia. Because, there is a speculation that we are going to have a new wave of recession, so, don't quit any permanent job you have unless you can get a permanent job asap. The job is a contract basis, so, I think I better stick to this job unless, they don't need me anymore which I think they need me very much at this point of time. Can't wait to get the first bonus this year..ahaks!

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Sonographer Wanted-Primanora Medical Centre

I heard they are looking for a sonographer. Hurry up and send your resume.. Looks like they are paying RM3500 above.... More detail, call them or make yourself free to visit the HR!! Cepat! Cepat!

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Uterus - Toshiba Nemio XG

Nor mal uterus of multiparus woman

The uterus (from Latin "uterus", plural uteri) or womb is a major female hormone-responsive reproductive sex organ of mostmammals including humans. One end, the cervix, opens into the vagina, while the other is connected to one or both fallopian tubes, depending on the species. It is within the uterus that the fetus develops during gestation, usually developing completely inplacental mammals such as humans and partially in marsupials such as kangaroos and opossums. Two uteruses usually form initially in a female fetus, and in placental mammals they may partially or completely fuse into a single uterus depending on the species. In many species with two uteruses, only one is functional. Humans and other higher primates such as chimpanzees, along with horses, usually have a single completely fused uterus, although in some individuals the uteruses may not have completely fused. The term uterus is used consistently within the medical and related professions, while the Germanic derived term womb is also common in everyday usage in the English language.
Most animals that lay eggs, such as birds and reptiles, have an oviduct instead of a uterus. In monotremes, mammals which lay eggs and include the platypus, either the term uterus or oviduct is used to describe the same organ, but the egg does not develop a placenta within the mother and thus does not receive further nourishment after formation and fertilization. Marsupials have two uteruses, each of which connect to a lateral vagina and which both use a third, middle "vagina" which functions as the birth canal. Marsupial embryos form a choriovitelline "placenta" (which can be thought of as something between a monotreme egg and a "true" placenta), in which the egg's yolk sac supplies a large part of the embryo's nutrition but also attaches to the uterine wall and takes nutrients from the mother's bloodstream.

1: fallopian tube, 2: bladder, 3: pubic bone, 4: g-spot, 5:clitoris, 6: urethra, 7: vagina, 8: ovary, 9: sigmoid colon, 10:uterus, 11: fornix, 12: cervix, 13: rectum, 14: anus

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

21st Congress of the Obstetrical & Gynaecological Society Of Malaysia

OGSM will be organising a congress on this coming June in Equatorial hotel, Penang in-collaboration with the
Institute of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists,
Royal College of Physicians of Ireland

Abex Medical as a sole distributor of Toshiba will be there to bring you closer to TOSHIBA medical systems!

Don't forget to come to our booth to participate in our interactive games!

2-5th June 2011
Equatorial Hotel, Penang

Strictly for participants of 21st OGSM.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Sonographer Wanted!!

Hi guys! It's been quite a long time since I last posted my latest post. Today is just a short post. I'm suffering a really bad headache from morning after a long drive from JB for work. But I still have to post this one as it is important to my fellow sonographers friends who are still looking for a job...

Currently, a hospital in Melaka is looking for a sonographer. But I'm not sure in which department. Maybe O&G or Radiology. So for those who are interested in applying it, do send your resume to my email as stated on my blog. I can't guarantee you the job but, I can send it to the right person...

and by the way, my company also looking for a sonographer to be their application specialist. This is for those who love to drive and travel a lot! email me your CV!

Monday, April 4, 2011

Kidney Stone Using Toshiba Xario XG

A kidney stone is a hard mass developed from crystals that separate from the urine within the urinary tract. Normally, urine contains chemicals that prevent or inhibit the crystals from forming. These inhibitors do not seem to work for everyone, however, so some people form stones. If the crystals remain tiny enough, they will travel through the urinary tract and pass out of the body in the urine without being noticed.
Kidney stones may contain various combinations of chemicals. The most common type of stone contains calcium in combination with either oxalate or phosphate. These chemicals are part of a person’s normal diet and make up important parts of the body, such as bones and muscles.
A less common type of stone is caused by infection in the urinary tract. This type of stone is called a struvite or infection stone. Another type of stone, uric acid stones, are a bit less common, and cystine stones are rare.
Can you see the echodense in the kidney which cast shadow? That is the kidney stone which measured 6mm.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Why Choose Sonographer?

Last week I received an email from one of the reader who is interested to be a sonographer.
He was asking about the job opportunity and the salary.

After a few months working with distributor, I met a lot of doctors who were asking if I know any sonographer to offer a job.
From this, we can actually know, how good the job opportunities are. But the problem is, they always looking for an experience sonographer.
So, if you want to be a sonographer, make sure you get a job in a high workload places or have an initiative to do locumns to gain more experience.
The more  the workload, the more exposure you get, the more better you will be!

This is what measures your ability, your skill to be a good sonographer as well as increase your salary margin.

Salary? Well for goverment hospitals, they never hire sonographers so, the doctors will do by themselves.
But, in the teaching hospital, yes, they do hire any MLT's or Science Officers as their sonographer. This is actually a good opportunity as you will ahve a free training and with high workloads, you can easily increase your skills and knowledge in Ultrasound.
So, in teaching hospital, the salaries are according to the goverment rate.
In the private hospitals, normally they will offer RM2500 for fresh graduate and you will have to work 6 days a week. For those with experience more than 5 years, they can demand for RM4500-6000. 
Cardiac tech receive a higher salary up to RM7000.

So, what say you?
You decide!

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Vacancy- O&G Sonographer Wanted!

My friend in GIMC is looking for an experienced sonographer specialised in O&G. Interested, please email me your resume and contact no to mizujusoh@gmail.com

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

7th Isuog Outreach Course, Singapore

We are pleased to announce that the 7th annual International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynaecology Outreach (ISUOG-OR) course to be held in Singapore at Suntec Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Centre from 6th – 8th May 2011. It is with great pleasure that I welcome past acquaintances and invite new participants to this course. With each year, the organizing committee strives to update regional colleagues on the latest developments. This year, we are privileged to have confirmed the participation of a group of internationally renowned experts on ultrasound to come to the region to give their expert views on issues commonly encountered in our daily practice.

For further infos, please visit the website:

Friday, February 18, 2011

Basic Gynaecology Ultrasound

Basic gynaecology ultrasound 

Coordinator: AP Dr Nnusya Vijayananthan 

Date:9-10 july
Venue: UMMC

For further inquiries, please contact:

Continuing biomedical imaging education cbie

Department of biomedical imaging
UMMC,59100 kl

Mr abd qayyum abd aziz
Ms rus sakila md Hassan
Tel 0379492878
Fax 0379677592


Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Basic Obstetrics Ultrasound in Malaysia

UMMC(university Malaya Medical Centre) is organizing a Basic Obs Ultrasound course from 19-20mac! Don't miss it!

Any further details? contact:

Continuing biomedical imaging education cbie

Department of biomedical imaging
UMMC,59100 kl

Mr abd qayyum abd aziz
Ms rus sakila md Hassan
Tel 0379492878
Fax 0379677592


Thursday, January 20, 2011

My 200 Beloved Followers

It's quite shocking to see that, my blog is followed by 200 people out there. Thank you so much for supporting me and my hobby. This is a real pleasure for me to keep this blog as updated as I can to keep you closer to my work nature. Despite of being really busy as an application specialist, I struggled to keep in track with what's new in sonography especially the short courses. To you my beloved readers, my passion of blogging grow fonder and fonder with all your support. Please keep visiting my blogs and any suggestion to improve this blog is very much welcome. Thak you somuch for being here with me all this time...:o)

Sunday, January 9, 2011

At Last, The Probe Is In My Hand!

We had a gynae ultrasound hands on today. 
So, everybody are busy trying to get some idea how to
manipulate the probe angle to get the better image.
After a few trials, one doctor ask me to get the ovaries.
So, without any time wasted, I just grab the probe and do the scan.
I felt like a drug addict just got a shot of ice or something. 
So, excited and the doctor was very nice to me. 
I learnt as well as sharing infos with her.
I like her!

Working On Weekends

Arghhh! I have to work on weekend. This is the only thing I don't like being an Apps. But overall is good. I'm in UM this weekend. They are organizing a short basic course in O&G Ultrasound. The lecturers are very experience and friendly. So with the staff. I slowly unedrstand what it takes to be an Apps. Freindly and talkactive, everybody will be nice and willing to help you. Well, that is what I learnt yesterday. :o)

Thursday, January 6, 2011

My First Apps Task in GIMC

I was in GIMC today for a user training for Xario. It was kinda clumsy, panick and funny at first. But luckily, the doctor was very kind to me. After an hour with him, I felt relieve and my confidence came back.  The staff all are nice too. Tomorrow, I'll be there again. Hopefully, he can quickly master the buttons so, I can train other doctor in Ampang Hospital the next week. As for today, I am truly happy it went well. Thanks also to Adrian for staying with me and gave me the technical support. 

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Being a Sonographer or An Application Specialist

I've just got a mail looking  for a sonographer in a private centre. But, I think I should stay as an application specialist. eventhough my heart hurt so much when I have to watch others doing ultrasound and I know I can get better and much2 more infos on the scan. You know, I really miss being a sonographer.But the reality is, I'm no longer a sonographer. Either to pursue my career in sonography or just go with the flow as an Apps. I have to choose. Choose between working something you like but not being able to do more or doing something a little higher, a little more but it is quite different.Especially when you do this for someone you love. Making sure you're doing enough to provide them a better life.

Being a sonographer, you offer service  to the patients. But as an apps, you serve the end user and train them. Apps is a little higher. But we specialize in systems and applications. But as a sonographer, they specialize in diagnose the patients. 

I learnt a lot from being a sonographer. The good and bad way. 
But both job have one thing in common. Face the people. 
A sonographer faces the patients.
I face the end user.
But so far, I have good time doing Apps.
But, I just can't get rid of feeling like I want to grab the probe and do the ultrasound. LOL!
Whatever it is, after some times I'm gonna love this job by heart just like how I love my job as a cytogeneticist in HKL, a sonographer in HUKM.
I'm gonna love being an Application Specialist in Abex Medical Systems.
That is my new year resolution!
no turning back.
Just go with flow but ahead of the flow.
Winning is my habit, so  I have to be proactive and positive.

"Sacrificing something you love for someone you love, you will never regret when the one you love is the one you gave birth to"

Saturday, January 1, 2011

XXVII Fetus as a Patient International Congress

XXVII Fetus as a Patient International Congress
 Taormina, Italy, 
May 26-28, 2011 

further details, visit:

image source: ggogle.com


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