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Online Classroom 21-hours RACE-approved!

Our Online Classroom has 7-hour RACE-approved course modules for AFAST® (Abdominal FAST), TFAST® (Thoracic FAST), and Vet BLUE® (lung) and Global FAST®.  Global FAST is a single format combining AFAST, TFAST and Vet BLUE.  RACE-approved 21-hours of Modules available as self-paced courseware with quizzing.

Hands-On Ultrasound Training 8-hours RACE-approved! – San Antonio, Texas

Join us for the All Day Fridays, 8-hours RACE-approved CE Hands-On Course at our FASTVet Academy in beautiful San Antonio, Texas. There is no better way to learn Global FAST than hands-on with proctored stations using live animals mimicking clinical practice situations. Dr. Greg Lisciandro will also travel for Onsite Global FAST Training at your practice – email or call 210-260-5576 for more information.

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Greg Lisciandro

Gregory R Lisciandro

Dr. Gregory R. Lisciandro, DVM, Dipl. ABVP, Dipl. ACVECC received his degree from Cornell University, completed a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at The Animal Medical Center, New York City, and a residency in Emergency and Critical Care at the Emergency Pet Center, San Antonio, Texas. He has spent approximately half of his 25-year career in general practice and half in emergency and critical care. His interests include point-of-care ultrasound that rapidly answer important clinical questions optimizing small animal patient care; and developed the abdominal FAST (AFAST)-applied fluid scoring system, thoracic FAST (TFAST) and most recently the Vet BLUE (lung ultrasound). He has extensively published veterinary clinical studies on AFAST and its fluid scoring system, TFAST and Vet BLUE; has been an annual guest lecturer at the TRISAT Critical Care Webcast Series to medical doctors; and done collaborative research with veterinary schools and medical doctors. He is editor and chapter author of the textbook Focused Ultrasound Techniques for the Small Animal Practitioner, Wiley Ó 2014, translated in 5 languages, English, Spanish, Greek, Japanese and Chinese; and lectured and trained veterinarians including the USA, Canada, Mexico, Europe and South America, leading veterinary medicine in this exciting new frontier.

Stephanie Lisciandro

DVM, Diplomate, ACVIM (Small Animal Internal Medicine)

Dr. Stephanie Lisciandro is Board Certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in small animal internal medicine.  Dr. Lisciandro graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Texas A&M University in 1991.  She then completed an internship and residency in Small Animal Internal Medicine at the Animal Medical Center in New York City.


“The information I learned will change the way I practice. I feel more prepared to handle and triage emergencies and difficult cases. Best thing I’ve done to improve the care of my patients in 25 years, Outstanding!”

Dr. Mike Pfeifer, Inglemoor Animal Hospital, Washington, USA 

Mike Pfeifer, DVM

That was a great talk! I think it was the finest lecture pertaining to POC (point-of-care) ultrasound that I’ve ever heard. Thanks again for your time, effort, and expertise. Will look forward to collaborating with you on future endeavors!

Best regards,

Steven G. Venticinque, MD

Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology & Surgery, Program Director Anesthesiology Critical Care Fellowship, Director, TRISAT Critical Care Consortium, Director, Audie L. Murphy VA Surgical ICU, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, Texas

Steve Venticinque, M.D.

We had Dr. Lisciandro join us as a guest lecturer upon the Grand Opening of our emergency and referral practice, and all of our veterinary staff has now been trained in the use of FAST exams and Vet Blue. Having FAST at our fingertips has allowed our staff to rapidly diagnose and intervene in critical emergencies efficiently, cost-effectively to our clients, and without great stress to our patients. It is an essential component to nearly all of our triaged cases and is now an integral part of our initial database.

”FAST” has made the use of ultrasonography more accessible and less intimidating to our ER vets, and it’s standardized approach makes transferring of cases between clinicians seamless and universal.

In short, we could never go back to a”pre-FAST” way of practicing medicine. Thank you Greg for a great day of lectures and for a fantastic wet lab. We eagerly await your publication to add to our library!

Joanne Fagnou, DVM, 404 Veterinary and Referral Center