What a week!
So we recover from another lockdown only to be hit by one of the biggest storms Melbourne has seen in decades! Meant a cold shower to start the day and no electricity at home, but fortunately things at the Zedu Learning HQ were as warm and tranquil as ever!
I’m not sure if collective bad karma is a thing, but I’m beginning to wonder… Fortunately this week was free of drama – happy learners leaving with ultrasound skills they can use in any situation. The only thing it can’t do is help you brew a good coffee with no power – unless anyone out there has any hacks or bright ideas!
Another plethora of good free ultrasound resources for you to peruse this week as we head to the shortest day of the year. Hold on – Spring will soon be here!
See you next week.
Mike and Suean
P.S. – check out this month’s #coachingcorner all about renal colic – this and our back catalogue is available anytime on our website.
This month's Concise Critical Appraisal analyzes a study published in @PedCritCareMed on focused cardiac ultrasound (FCU) & clinical assessments in children with suspected septic shock. https://t.co/b14xa02aGf#SCCMSoMe pic.twitter.com/KIicO9cmea
— SCCM (@SCCM) June 16, 2021
#logmyscan very excited to get the evaluation study ready to roll. If you fancy participating go to https://t.co/BiHFv35kyE. The study app version is limited to emergency medicine and critical care (full released version will have much more!) #POCUS #ultrasoundlogbook
— Bob Jarman (@bob_jarman) June 15, 2021
— Resa #GetVaxStillMask Lewiss MD (@ResaELewiss) June 14, 2021
Ultraschall Med 2021
— 𝙲𝚒𝚊𝚗𝙼𝚌𝙳𝚎𝚛𝚖𝚘𝚝𝚝 (@cianmcdermott) June 13, 2021
If you need a little levity in your day, turn the sound on and appreciate the changes in your IVC as you giggle 🙃 #POCUS #ISwearItsReallyScience #fellowship @dukeemergency @Duke_EUS @rbectheo @bruderman_md @Pizzamunchkin @SCUFellowships pic.twitter.com/VKZAjVlFel
— Elias Jaffa MD MS (@jaffa_md) June 12, 2021
— Osler (@oslertech) June 11, 2021