Lockdown blurry days give you pause for thought…
In the absence of meeting new (and not so new) ultrasound users from far flung destinations, having fun with the team and the normal hustle and bustle of daily life, the mind wanders to the ‘why’ questions of life.
Why is the waistline expanding? Why does the internet crash at the most inconvenient time? Why is there never ice in the ice bucket when gin o’clock calls? Why did Origin Blue resemble something Dr Evil would create?
Less existential – more ‘cabin fever-ial’. We have our fingers crossed that we’ll be able to break this delusional stupor next week in what is rapidly turning into 2020 2.0.
If nothing else, we can all at least take comfort in the fact that none of us have to find meaning by strapping ourselves onto the world’s largest intracavity probe.
See you next week
Mike and Suean
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!
Happy to share our report of high success rates with real-time ultrasound-guided (dynamic) LP in the NICU in babies as small as 750g https://t.co/GfCyi9qvlw #POCUS #neoEBM #neotwitter @ChildrensPhila @PennMedicine pic.twitter.com/zCl2ewxlug
— Jason Stoller (@extski) July 22, 2021
Panebianco et al: Development & Initial Results of #CCEeXAM & Certification Processes
— Critical Care Medicine (@CritCareMed) July 22, 2021
Big Shock…..Do we ❤ POCUS?
— Saint Emlyn's (@stemlyns) July 22, 2021
New in JACEP Open: Teaching emergency ultrasound to emergency medicine residents: a scoping review of structured training methods.#FOAM, #POCUS, #GMEhttps://t.co/kSZB9zwqeA@EmergencyDocs @ACEPNow @WileyHealth @wileyinresearch pic.twitter.com/uJQfvLmedj
— JACEP Open (@JACEPOpen) July 21, 2021
Curious about lung #POCUS in #COVID19? Our review of typical US findings, diagnostic accuracy, scanning protocols, scoring systems, potential prognostication & effects on patient outcomes! @nilamjsoni @ria_dancel @nathansonr3 @michellelemd #IMPOCUS https://t.co/dTQjvmHoUY pic.twitter.com/tNak8hxDG1
— SGIM (@SocietyGIM) July 21, 2021
@MH_EMultrasound ft @mtabbut
The Nephrology Society, Nagpur ft @NephroP
I wrote a thing ✍️
What’s the best #ultrasound technology to invest in over time? It’s you!
— Suean Pascoe (@i_c_sound) July 21, 2021
A little preview of #embryology #prework for @CUMedicalSchool #Classof2025 9-minute video walking through the 1st week of embryonic development – took half a day to create, hope it's helpful! https://t.co/1MB5IsTpnG
— Dr. Lisa Lee (@LLCoolProf) July 20, 2021
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Advanced Echo Teaching in Critical Care
Topic= Echo in Mechanical Circulatory Support
Presented by= Dr Yang Yang DDU, FASE
Pearl= "Life will never be normal again once you have advanced heart failure".#echofirst
— echo@nepean (@echonepean) July 19, 2021
Journal of Clinical Medicine @MDPIOpenAccess
Blood Purification Journal @KargerPublisher
Focused TTE Valve Assessment in Critical Care.
— Ahmed Hegazy (@A_F_Hegazy) July 17, 2021
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