So here we go again…
It’s not without a degree of frustration that we’ve had to shut up shop – again. But even though this is a major inconvenience for everyone, we know from experience that immediate short, sharp action such as that we’re experiencing will ensure we aren’t faced with anything more than an inconvenience.
As we wield ultrasound probes rather than epidemiological tools we can’t foreshadow how things will evolve over the next 5 days, and can only hope that things get under control over the weekend so that we can reemerge – again.
If you require any support or information please get in touch.
In the meantime you can distract yourself from the world of virus with the world of POCUS – a lot of articles in the #FOAMed space this week, including several in pediatrics.
See you next week?
Mike and Suean
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This month’s #coachingcorner – all about the pancreas – is available free now on our website. Some great case discussion, tips and tricks from Zedu crew from around the world. Check it out – and don’t forget there’s a new episode on the first Thursday of the month – register here for FREE!
In this editorial, we offer our perspective on the emerging role of #POCUS for objective evaluation of pts with suspected #hepatorenal physiology.
Honored to collaborate again with celebrity professors @AmirKazory & @croncoIRRIV #Nephrology #MedEd #VExUShttps://t.co/NzNJ6Fm7Ot pic.twitter.com/YgsfLeXVEJ
— NephroPOCUS (@NephroP) July 15, 2021
— Ohio State Emergency Medicine Residency (@OSUEMEdu) July 15, 2021
European Journal of Pediatrics
— Michael I. Prats (@PratsEM) July 14, 2021
It's flow time, with #POCUS
A 34 y/of presents with 3 weeks of left arm swelling and mild associated pain. No trauma, no DVT risk factors and her ROS is negative
Physical exam reveals a diffusely swollen arm, no ttp or erythema.
A #POCUS is performed looking for DVT
— Josh Guttman (@drjgutt) July 15, 2021
Radiology Case Reports
Joint Echo Conference: POCUS
Insights into Imaging
Sonographic Findings of Left Ventricular Dysfunction to Predict Shock Type in Undifferentiated Hypotensive Patients: An Analysis From the Sonography in Hypotension and Cardiac Arrest in the Emergency Department (SHoC-ED) Study
The Journal of Vascular Access @SAGE_Publishing
Pediatric Radiology @PedRadJournal
— Zedu #wearamask 😷 (@zedunow) July 13, 2021
@ANA_journals Annals of Neurology
Am so looking forward to hearing the life stories of others too. #Ultrasound changes lives on both sides of the probe.
— Suean Pascoe (@i_c_sound) July 9, 2021
🎧 Take a listen to our latest podcast episode featuring Dr. Arun Nagdev where he discusses a lifetime of #POCUS learning. With Dr. Nagdev's 15+ years of POCUS teaching experience, this is an episode that you don't want to miss.
— POCUS Certification Academy (@POCUSAcademy) July 9, 2021
Check this out: Dr. Vadeanu, EM resident, reviews the core concepts of volume responsiveness & volume tolerance. https://t.co/2AEGdvFlGo #POCUS #CardioEd @UAlberta_ICU @UAlberta_FoMD @UofA_RC_EM @UAlberta_DoM @iceman_ex @zedunow #SavingLivesWithSound pic.twitter.com/h3E4r5qWsi
— Alberta Sono (@UAlberta_Sono) July 9, 2021
BMC Pulmonary Medicine
Pediatric Radiology @PedRadJournal
Intensive Care Medicine