Time is warping in lockdown …
and it feels like we’re in a perpetual state of jetlag. The normal rhythm of life has been derailed – the tide like ebb and flow of people through the doors has evaporated, the chitter chatter of patient models replaced by silence. This sensory depravation must be what it will be like to voyage to Mars – we’ll be well trained!
The weekly wrap is still here like clockwork though!
Lots to see and do. And if you have something coming up you’d like to add or a gem we may have overlooked let us know.
See you next week.
Mike and Suean
P.S. – This week’s Coaching Corner on forearm blocks with Dr Elias Jaffa will be up soon.
— Renee Dversdal (@DRsonosRD) September 9, 2021
— Ki Jinn Chin (@KiJinnChin) September 9, 2021
My #SDEC #AcuteMedicine #POCUS case of the day:
70M ambulatory IVABx for Cellulitis
Sympt of malaise and night sweats not improving despite 5d IV Ceftri. Leg clearly the source.
US over indurated skin… pic.twitter.com/oNycxeGZJY
— Shailesh Shah (@dr_shai) September 9, 2021
The Journal of Vascular Access @SAGEClinMed
Insights into Imaging
Insights into Imaging
Ultraschall in der Medizin
Check out this video from our ultrasound lecture series. Here @mtabbut has a conversation with @ash71us and #ZiadShaman about Cardiac Ultrasound, COVID and Myocarditis. https://t.co/cXwmgf2rlS#POCUS #Ultrasound #ECHOfirst #COVID19 #FOAMed #FOAMus #MetroEUS @MetroHealth_EM pic.twitter.com/db3h8uyG4m
— MH_EMUltrasound (@MH_EMultrasound) September 8, 2021
Evaluating the diagnostic accuracy of POCUS for cholelithiasis and cholecystitis in a canadian ED. https://t.co/j4NthAJ24X by @SameerSharifMD Trained/credentialed EPs should be encouraged that POCUS is a reliable tool for the Dx of cholelithiasis/cholecystitis
— CJEM (@CJEMonline) September 8, 2021
The Value of Lung Ultrasound to Detect the Early Pleural and Pulmonary Pathologies in Nonhospitalized COVID-19-Suspected Cases in a Population with a Low Prevalence of COVID-19 Infection: A Prospective Study in 297 Subjects
Hernia US 101:
In the clinic, a patient comes to you for an abdominal bulge. Your physical exam is equivocal. What's next?
— William Hui, MD (@williamhui) September 8, 2021
ISR-WFUMB-WHO Webinar on
Safer Maternal and Newborn Care – the Role of Ultrasound
Tuesday, September 14, 3pm-5pm CEST
— WFUMB (@WFUMB) September 8, 2021
— WFUMB (@WFUMB) September 7, 2021
— echo@nepean (@echonepean) September 6, 2021
Good news! Guide to Critical Ultrasound, a free mobile app is coming soon!
— Resa #GetVax Lewiss MD (@ResaELewiss) September 6, 2021
— CJA – Canadian Journal of Anesthesia (@CJA_Journal) September 5, 2021
Insights into Imaging @ESR_Journals
This is a 🧵 about physical examination, and what role it (still) plays in modern clinical practice. Decided to write this after seeing a post earlier this yr by @RichardLehman1 on this issue and some people replying that examination was much less relevant in the modern era
— Benoy Shah MD 💙 (@dr_benoy_n_shah) September 4, 2021