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Posts from the ‘ultrasound’ Category

When DVT ultrasound fails

Taking ultrasound to remote communities

Clarius Wireless Ultrasound available!

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Interview with the author: Greg Bell on his recent AfJEM publication on POCUS training in Kenya — #badEM

Series: “Interview with the Author…” The badEM crew interviewed Greg Bell regarding his newly released article in AfJEM Volume 6 Issue 3 entitled: “A pilot training program for point-of-care ultrasound in Kenya” by Greg Bell, Benjamin Wachira, Gerene Denning Link to open access article: Click here Corresponding author email: gerene-denning@uiowa.edu Authors’ twitter handles @GreggerEE & @emergencymedke 1. Tell us about yourself. How did…

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Want to Become an Sono Star? — Broome Docs

I have some great news for you all – well those of you who live in Australia anyway. The use of bedside ultrasound has revolutionised the way I practice over the last 10 years. Sonography allows us to provide faster, safer and more timely care. This is especially true in remote and rural locations where…

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Advocating for POCUS: An Interview with Ryan Ziegler

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Paramedic performed prehospital ultrasound 2016

Pre-hospital assessment with ultrasound in emergencies: implementation in the field

ONSD NORMAL VALUES

Optic Nerve Sheath Diameter (ONSD) on ultrasound has been used to identify patients with high intracranial pressure. ONSD threshold measurements for high ICP range from 5 to 6mm. Unfortunately there´s not really been any reference values. A study in Journal of …

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Clinical Question: How effective is intra-articular lidocaine for shoulder reduction?

The use of intra-articular lidocaine for shoulder dislocation is a reasonable and evidence-based approach to facilitate shoulder reduction. This Clinical Question outlines the evidence to support its use and links to an excellent point-of-care video for outlining the procedure.

Source: Clinical Question: How effective is intra-articular lidocaine for shoulder reduction?

Signostics RT handheld ultrasound review

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Prolonged Hypoxia After Aspiration

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Paramedics using ultrasound inflight to diagnose pneumothorax

In-flight ultrasound identification of pneumothorax

Learn to place Ultrasound guided CVC in 10 minutes

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Very basic short summary of lung line signs prepared for ASUM ASM workshop

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Using Ultrasound to identify the cricothyroid membrane by AirwayOnDemand