An unusual week this week…
in so far as there were no freak weather events, natural or unnatural disasters or further viral incursions that impacted our ability to deliver training. Came as quite the relief!
A tonne of good stuff this week – we recommend checking out Courtney Smalley’s research (@SmallsSono) on training mid-late career physicians in #POCUS. Some interesting findings and food for though – we’d love to hear your opinion. This article is one of several gems in the latest edition of the POCUS Journal – a must read for the weekend.
And as always let us know if there is something you’d like to promote or if there is something we missed.
See you next week.
Mike and Suean
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I made an ONSD trainer with a reused cheese container, some gelatin, a straw, and a spoon
Cost: 60 cents pic.twitter.com/GsZ6BL9jVR
— Aidan Baron (@Aidan_Baron) November 25, 2021
Prepping for the last #coachingcorner of '21
If you're a #POCUS trainer join in & share your insights – making the 🌏better one scan at a time
— Zedu #wearamask 😷 (@zedunow) November 25, 2021
— Tom Fadial (@thame) November 24, 2021
#IJEM #OA#POCUS for upper extremity deep venous #thrombosis in the #Emergency depthttps://t.co/zPHTz95E27@LathaGanti #FOAMed #FOAMcc #Imaging #ultrasound #augmentation #Color_doppler pic.twitter.com/68q1flVhH8
— IJEM (@IntJEmergMed) November 24, 2021
A case of painless vaginal discharge.
Come see what our authors at @EVMSedu were able to diagnose with #ultrasound! 🍼🐣#Medtwitter #EMbound #POCUS @ELS_Emerg_Med https://t.co/KpqVpPD70Y pic.twitter.com/FLaEa9oRxq
— Editors@VJEM (@EditorsVJEM) November 24, 2021
— POCUS Journal (@POCUSJournal) November 23, 2021
— Courtney Smalley (@SmallsSono) November 23, 2021
Large painful groin lump, from diagnosis to treatment in 30s. Nice view of anatomical relations at end. #PoCUS #Anatomy #FOAMed @CanPoCUS @Pocus101 @UltrasoundJelly @NephroP @thepocusatlas @zedunow @sjrhem @Wilkinsonjonny @ACEP_EUS @CAEP_EUC pic.twitter.com/0z7Ssch5XV
— David Lewis (@e_med_doc) November 23, 2021
How I Do It: #POCUS for bedside diagnosis of lower extremity DVT.
— CHEST® Journal (@journal_CHEST) November 22, 2021
Today’s Tweetorial focuses on Airway #POCUS
No one wants to have to perform emergency front of neck access (eFONA) in their career! https://t.co/5yO9chjoJ3
So, why not be prepared?!
— Jonny Wilkinson (@Wilkinsonjonny) November 22, 2021
European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology
US GEL PODCAST #118!
— Michael I. Prats (@PratsEM) November 22, 2021
— Nicolas Lim (@POCUSClub) November 21, 2021
Comparison of qualitative information obtained with the echocardiographic assessment using subcostal-only view and focused transthoracic echocardiography examinations: a prospective observational study | #CJA #CJA2021 #Anesthesia #Anesthesiology https://t.co/HA2MZsdYN8 #POCUS pic.twitter.com/NwKc8aNS7E
— CJA – Canadian Journal of Anesthesia (@CJA_Journal) November 20, 2021
— EM Saint John (@sjrhem) (@sjrhem) November 20, 2021
Tele-ultrasound guided through WhatsApp®, widely available, but before ensure:
— Yale Tung Chen (@yaletung) November 20, 2021
Cardiovascular Ultrasound @BioMedCentral
International Journal of Cardiology
First, how do we prepare the patient? pic.twitter.com/fYjdbq9Wzi
— CORE IM (@COREIMpodcast) November 18, 2021
The 3rd installment in my #FocusPOCUS #OnePager series now up. These aren't for "#POCUS experts" but for people just trying to learn the basics:
Part 1 – US basics: transducers, modes, settings
Part 2 – POCUS guided paracentesis
Part 3 – POCUS guided LP https://t.co/RqDxGVbCdI pic.twitter.com/AWgcXeikhP
— Nick Mark MD (@nickmmark) November 19, 2021
Medicine in the 21st century operates on pictures, not text. #POCUS is only useful to your colleagues and consultants if they can see the images. A picture is worth a thousand words, and likely more. @dan___kim @CJEMonline https://t.co/HOcoUg884R
— Colin Bell (@colinrbell) November 19, 2021
American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine expert panel recommendations on point-of-care ultrasound education and training for regional anesthesiologists and pain physicians—part I: clinical indications
American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine expert panel recommendations on point-of-care ultrasound education and training for regional anesthesiologists and pain physicians—part II: recommendations
Radiology Case Reports
Krean Society of Ultrasound in Medicine