Ultrasound Guided Peripheral Vascular Access — Don’t Forget the Bubbles

Cite this article as: Trent Calcutt. Ultrasound Guided Peripheral Vascular Access, Don’t Forget the Bubbles, 2021. Available at:https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.23253 One of my favourite things in paediatrics is the expanding role of ultrasound guided vascular access. When I started as a paediatric registrar, I’d just finished an adult ICU term where I’d become spent a majority of… UltrasoundContinue reading “Ultrasound Guided Peripheral Vascular Access — Don’t Forget the Bubbles”

The effect of patient positioning on ultrasound landmarking for cricothyrotomy

Great job by UBC ultrasound fellows Jon Lee and Marg Zhang on our poster determining change in cricothyroid membrane skin landmark with change in position of head of bed of the stretcher.@CAEPConference pic.twitter.com/UxEaGTDCjD — Dan Kim (@dan___kim) May 28, 2018

Clarius Wireless Ultrasound available!

#Clarius has received FDA 510(k), and is available online now! For more details, read the full story on Medgadget: https://t.co/GwYPL91VH9 — Clarius (@clariusmhealth) December 14, 2016 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js #Clarius scanners are fully submersible in water for up to 30 min. Here's a video demonstration: https://t.co/h4D55oM7ax — Clarius (@clariusmhealth) December 8, 2016 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js App-based Ultrasound @PhilipsLumify @healcerionContinue reading “Clarius Wireless Ultrasound available!”

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 &Continue reading “Interview with the author: Greg Bell on his recent AfJEM publication on POCUS training in Kenya — #badEM”