When Do You Feel The Most In Control?
This is a question that resonates – personally and professionally – even in normal times. What is it that gives you a sense that you are the master of your own destiny, even while there is chaos all around?
In our world at Zedu, we rely on a few things. The first is consistency – showing up each day means 90% of the battle is won. Second is honesty – which keeps things real. Finally – and most importantly – we rely on each other to get through the day.
These factors equally apply when learning ultrasound. There’s no magic sauce, no short cuts. You simply have to keep trying, be honest with yourself, and rely on others to help you out. While one person may ultimately hold the probe, scanning really is a team sport.
To keep you on the straight and narrow there’s plenty of academic goodies to scan through this week – including the inevitable animal story – this time trout…
See you next week
Suean and Mike
Known distal UVJ stone. Has new rt flank pain. Mild hydro but what else? #POCUS #IMPOCUS #FOAMed #FOAMus #MedEd #MedTwitter @ACEP_EUS @SeeWithSound @PhilipsPOCUS @IMPOCUSFocus @medpedshosp @NephroP @jminardi21 @HeyDrNik @TomJelic @cianmcdermott @MH_EMultrasound @thepocusatlas pic.twitter.com/C9Rn6uYuXb
— Robert Jones (@RJonesSonoEM) February 3, 2021
New @YouTube channel aimed at 4th year medical students going into surgical specialties #surgery #POCUS #FOAMed #FOAMus @WVUEmergencyMed @wvu_surgery @WVUMedSchool @WVU_Ultrasound
Check it outhttps://t.co/qSgAU9BS2D
— Joseph Minardi (@jminardi21) February 2, 2021
Ultraschall Med 2021; 42(01): 108-109
Definitely no discussion re: LM vs #POCUS for thoracentesis (US >>LM). But, what about dynamic vs static US guidance?
One ICU study (n=394) found rate of PTX for dynamic = 0.7% and static = 5% https://t.co/mbjRDOP0w5
— Jacob Avila (@coreultrasound) February 2, 2021
Here we go then. The thread nobody asked for.
Basic echo views as wooden railways
#1 Parasternal long axis pic.twitter.com/5TR3a8hutR
— Jon Bedford (@JonBedford) January 31, 2021
@ELS_Radiology Radiology Case Reports
What's that? There's a THIRD part to epic saga that is now known as #POCUSchat with myself and @EveryOneNoOne1?!?! Dang, y'all should totally check it out……. #POCUS #telePOCUS #POCKUS @ButterflyNetInchttps://t.co/g7x71w4M8K pic.twitter.com/ainZlrz9aC
— Elias Jaffa MD MS (@jaffa_md) January 30, 2021
Clinical Practice and Cases in Emergency Medicine ft @NagdevArun
Clinical Practice and Cases in Emergency Medicine