Plenty of news and views to get across this week.
Including an article indicating that ultrasound at the frequencies we use can kill covid-19.
Maybe that’s why we’re so healthy…or it could be the food we eat. Check out our #whatsthisfood answer from Wednesday – the imaging was pretty cool!
See you next week
Suean and Mike
P.S. – check out the latest #coachingcorner PLUS the back catalogue capturing ultrasound tips & tricks anytime on our website.
How to use ultrasound to help guide a radial arterial line insertion? See here: https://t.co/6Qi8EvSWos Big thanks to Dr. Odenbach @jeff33193726 ED physician and ICU fellow #POCUS #CCUS #FOAMus @UAlberta_ICU @UAlberta_FoMD @UAlbertaAnesth @UAlberta #SavingLivesWithSound pic.twitter.com/op3G10oTPh
— Alberta Sono (@UAlberta_Sono) March 18, 2021
Journal of Clinical Ultrasound
Radiology Case Reports
The answer is..
A pasta spiral & how cool did it look?🍝
Didn't know it was called fancy names!
For pasta sauce ideas check outhttps://t.co/22aY1XSJZJ
Did you get it right? There were a lot that did 👍
— Zedu #wearamask 😷 (@zedunow) March 16, 2021
UG radial nerve block in the forearm done by one of our faculty. Great needle visualization as well as hydrodissection of the radial nerve from the artery. Can also do this above the elbow. @HGHED https://t.co/7TcfUtrJoU pic.twitter.com/JgvPfvDToy
— Arun Nagdev (@NagdevArun) March 13, 2021
Feasibility, usability and acceptability of paediatric lung ultrasound among healthcare providers and caregivers for the diagnosis of childhood pneumonia in resource-constrained settings: a qualitative study
European Journal of Emergency Medicine @EuropSocEM
Ultrasound-guided puncture reduces bleeding-associated complications, regardless of calcified plaque, after endovascular treatment of femoropopliteal lesions, especially using the antegrade procedure: A single-center study
Ultrasound Int Open
Ultrasound Int Open
Is the ECHO Mightier than the swan?
Learn why it might be in post by @mdmdtyler
— Haney Mallemat (@CriticalCareNow) March 13, 2021