Wow – what a week it has been!
First we had a lockdown in Victoria to break a possible Covid-19 3rd wave from a break from quarantine; then we’ve had a lockout with Facebook looking to break a possible 1st wave of revenue loss by banning all Australian users from seeing and posting news!
We’re hoping above all hope that this does not impact our mission to help you get access to all the best free resources from the web, but we will have to wait and see. We are on multiple platforms, and by curating news on our site independently of social media control we think we should be OK.
Just as we have through covid, we’ll punch through this too! Where else would you go for that trivial animal ultrasound article…
See you next week
Suean and Mike
Journal of Graduate Medical Education @JournalofGME
@WFUMB Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology
Today I gave a brief presentation on why we should be doing ALL (yes, I mean all) chest tubes ultrasound-guided.
— Kylie K (@KK_medicine) February 12, 2021
Trans-Cranial Doppler in the Critically Ill. Featuring Dr. Dustin Anderson, neurologist, neuro-sonologist, & senior critical care fellow @UAlberta_ICU @UAlberta_FoMD @UAlbertaAnesth #POCUS #CCUS https://t.co/2B6YFYX3oG #SavingLivesWithSound pic.twitter.com/Fwpl6WWt6b
— Alberta Sono (@UAlberta_Sono) February 12, 2021
And the inevitable animal story…