The machines are on, the gel warm(ish) and the doors are open again!
It has been another tough few weeks of uncertainty in Melbourne, but on all accounts it seems that we have beaten the bug away from the doorstep again.
With our first day in a while of zero covid cases in the community, we can take some comfort that we won’t be facing a situation similar to last year. Now for everyone to get on and get vaccinated – that’s the only sure way that we can defeat this.
If you’re looking for a distraction from covid, why not invest some time in this week’s collection of free ultrasound goodness. Something for everyone.
See you next week.
Mike and Suean
P.S. – you can now access the recording of this month’s #coachingcorner all about renal colic – this and our back catalogue is available anytime on our website.
Radiology Case Reports
— WINFOCUS (@WINFOCUS) June 10, 2021
Ok #POCUS #CardioEd folks–here it is Dr. Lau @UAlberta_Sono outlining the use of TEE in VV ECMO! A short guide & video tutorial https://t.co/qDI4ZZHdwV@FTeranMD @UAlberta_ICU @UAlbertaAnesth @avkwong @iceman_ex @PulmCrit @KalagaraHari @Wilkinsonjonny #SavingLivesWithSound pic.twitter.com/12v1bqbwa6
— Alberta Sono (@UAlberta_Sono) June 9, 2021
— Zedu #wearamask 😷 (@zedunow) June 9, 2021
Simulation-based training following a theoretical lecture enhances the performance of medical students in the interpretation and short-term retention of 20 cross-sectional transesophageal echocardiographic views: a prospective, randomized, controlled trial
— Jakajima, Matchmaker for Innovators (@jakajima) June 8, 2021
It's an incredible honor to have an original investigation published in @AJKDonline. Thank you!
We found that B-line score several abbreviated 4, 6, and 8 zone lung ultrasound studies correlated well with the full 28-zone lung ultrasound https://t.co/heronXSdy2
— Nathaniel Reisinger (@nephrothaniel) June 6, 2021
Association between preoperative evaluation with lung ultrasound and outcome in frail elderly patients undergoing orthopedic surgery for hip fractures: study protocol for an Italian multicenter observational prospective study (LUSHIP)
— Sivaraja Subramaniam (@Sivapulmo) June 6, 2021
Want to see lung sliding more easily? Here's the next quick video on how to optimise your image #GEJAM.
— Ashley Miller (@icmteaching) June 6, 2021
Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics
@SAEMonline ft @aartisarwal @TheCaseyGlass