Plenty of news, views and opinions to catch up on this week. Life is never dull in the world of ultrasound.
And the first full week back on the probes post lockdown has us questioning our match fitness – this teaching gig is energetic.
Grab a coffee and catch up on the week – we’ve done the work for you!
See you soon
Suean and Mike
P.S. – This month’s #coachingcorner was a load of fun with the team from ProbeLogic – join our community of clever and catch up with recordings of the previous sessions – available for you free any time.
Prompt recognition of ovarian torsion is critical & #POCUS is a useful adjunct (but doesn’t r/o). May see enlarged ovary/cyst, periph displaced follicles, free fluid, absent/abnl flow, etc but findings are variable @DevinPeuser & Dr. Maya Lin @NYPBrooklyn
Ultrasound Int Open
@BioMedCentral Cardiovascular Ultrasound
@ESR_Journals Insights Into Imaging
Recommendations for hemodynamic monitoring for critically ill children—expert consensus statement issued by the cardiovascular dynamics section of the European Society of Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care (ESPNIC)