A RoadMap to covid normal was announced last Sunday …
and while the chickens are most definitely not being counted – given that the virus and spreader events can change things in a flash – we’re ever hopeful that the end of October will see the return of face-to-face teaching. Or more correctly, mask-to-mask.
So while we’re gearing up, we’re all the while cognisant that we’ll have to remain nimble, flexible and patient – just as you have been with us!
Something for everyone in this week’s list of free ultrasound resources, with lung ultrasound still generating a lot of research. For the physics nuts out there we’ve included a piece from Loughborough University that talks about ultrasound at the atomic level!
And as always -if you have something coming up you’d like to add or a gem we may have overlooked – let us know.
See you next week.
Mike and Suean
P.S. – Spread the word and join on our free Coaching Corner on the first Thursday of the month – the more the merrier.
Scientists from Loughborough and the @UniofNottingham used picosecond ultrasonics to measure the strength of atom bonding within material.
This measurement revealed that the speed of sound depends on the structure it is travelling through.
— Loughborough University (@lborouniversity) September 21, 2021
— Renee Dversdal (@DRsonosRD) September 22, 2021
Check out the latest video from our ultrasound lectures series. Ultrasound Fellow Dr. Greg Stoner discusses the use of the Serratus Anterior Plane Block for patients with rib fractures. https://t.co/fPfxsle61r#POCUS #Ultrasound #MetroEUS #FOAMed #FOAMus #MedTwitter. pic.twitter.com/e7izcrIqMp
— MH_EMUltrasound (@MH_EMultrasound) September 22, 2021
Core Ultrasound Image Review, Episode 18!
This week, @EMedCurious and Jacob sit down to discuss some choice cases.
— Jacob Avila (@coreultrasound) September 22, 2021
Level 1 of Entrustable Professional Activities in adult echocardiography: a position statement from the EACVI regarding the training and competence requirements for selecting and interpreting echocardiographic examinations
@IMPALA_NIHR @wwradiology @patscommunity @ReSoKKenya
Point of care ultrasound in acutely breathless patients-A qualitative study of the enablers and challenges in a teaching hospital in Kenya https://t.co/geA6GslUFq
— Wanjiku Kagima (@wanjiku_kagima) September 21, 2021
SCAPE (Sympathetic Crashing Acute Pulmonary Edema) – fresh chapter!
📸 vicious cycle ➡️ rapid deterioration ("flash edema")
📸 bedside dx based on history & POCUS
📸 key tx = CPAP/BiPAP & nitroglycerine gtt (high pressures & high doses). take no prisoners.https://t.co/Of9rxFhCoP pic.twitter.com/mTTPzoYZj6
— 𝙟𝙤𝙨𝙝 𝙛𝙖𝙧𝙠𝙖𝙨 💊 (@PulmCrit) September 21, 2021
Join me as I talk POCUS IN PEM with experts Dr. Rachel Rempell [CHOP] and Dr. Adam Sivitz [Children's Hospital of NJ]
— Robert Belfer, MD (@RobertBelferMD) September 22, 2021
— Osler Community (@Osler_community) September 21, 2021
Erector spinae plane block (ESPB) for multiple posterior rib fxs. Trauma societies recommend epidural anesthesia for multimodal pain control, but this rarely happens in the ED (<5% of the time). Here is an alternative that can help your patients.https://t.co/epYn5ULOPU pic.twitter.com/5uCXKqJg2I
— Arun Nagdev (@NagdevArun) September 20, 2021
Nerve Block Talks w/ @NagdevArun episode 3! In this epi, we discuss a plethora of blocks, and even some shoulder stuff!
— Jacob Avila (@coreultrasound) September 20, 2021
Brand new FoE-1 video lecture looking at the challenges of trying to use focused echo to predict the response to changes in circulating volume. https://t.co/dsCRCKmqeq
— Foundations of Echo (@EchoFoundations) September 19, 2021
New blog post!! 🥳
— Lola Lorenzo (@pocketultrasou1) September 21, 2021
Advanced TTE Applications in Critical Care.
— Ahmed Hegazy (@A_F_Hegazy) September 19, 2021
You don't want to miss this webinar! We have Peter Bonadonna, a veteran paramedic having 42 years of metropolitan and rural EMS experience. He's discussing the importance of using POCUS in emergency medical services. https://t.co/IFoR2mvXMD#POCUS #ultrasound #MedEd
— POCUS Certification Academy (@POCUSAcademy) September 22, 2021
He's too humble to humble-brag so we'll do it for him: Dr Perice just gave an AMAZING lightning talk #SCUF2021 presenting his ultrasound app which he developed 'between shifts' in residency pic.twitter.com/t4tG1HNDqO
— MaimoUltrasound (@MaimoUltrasound) September 18, 2021
we found the link!! https://t.co/idC3q8KgfW
— Society of Clinical Ultrasound Fellowships (@SCUFellowships) September 18, 2021
Journal of Clinical Ultrasound
— NephroPOCUS (@NephroP) September 18, 2021
🚨💻 #CALL 💻🚨
Instructions at: https://t.co/T1cv2M97F7
— REIE – SMME (@ReieSmme) September 18, 2021
This week's @VaveHealth CMO vid of the week shows a few quick picks from "Cutsuit week" the awesome intensive simulation week discussed in Weds's EduCast, more here! https://t.co/dFSHGNUSmp Was a great discussion and wonderful to teach #POCUS as always! pic.twitter.com/crHYpfKcAd
— Renee Dversdal (@DRsonosRD) September 17, 2021
Nutcracker syndrome and phenomenon… pic.twitter.com/ZcuxffE01D
— Sonographic_Tendencies (@trigeminy_henry) September 17, 2021
International Journal of Chronic Diseases