Hey everyone – hope you all managed a some R&R and only slight overindulgence over Easter.
Everyone here had a great break – we even managed to escape the confines of the city for the beach!
However the lure of work beckoned earlier than anticipated, and rather than let you down with no #weeklywrap here we are.
Some call it workaholic-ism – others call it passion.
I know which description I prefer.
See you next week
Suean and Mike
P.S. – don’t forget to check out the ultrasound gems from the #coachingcorner anytime on our website.
Thanks to everyone who joined our session this am!@pocusclub @petermoranpeter @BioengineerGUH @ciarnfitzgeral3 https://t.co/yiaMrsxAYv
Next time for Apical 4Ch Wed 21 Apr, DM your questions #Foamed #Echofirst #Pocus @pnolan99 @cianmcdermott @iceman_ex @NixLimerick @AndyNeill
— GUH-ICU&Anaesthesia (@GUH_ICU_Anaesth) April 7, 2021
What’s the difference between an enlarged NT & #cystic #hygroma? Our summary includes the implications of this finding, key points, & next steps https://t.co/5cBNyTsEsf #sonography #pocus #geneticcounseling #aneuploidy #chromosome #nuchalTranslucency
— The ObG Project (@TheObGProject) April 6, 2021
1/ Thought of doing a quick #tweetorial on image acquisition for #POCUS friends starting to do #VExUS
It's kind of "how I do it" guide and not necessarily optimized for research.
1st: Look at the IVC in both long and short axes
If big, do further scans 👇 #MedEd #FOAMed pic.twitter.com/ilDmRkiBV5
— NephroPOCUS (@NephroP) April 6, 2021
The answer is…
An Valencia 🇪🇸 orange – that skin is thick!
Our favourite salad inclusion with avocados: https://t.co/dhsvUXIuUF
— Zedu #wearamask 😷 (@zedunow) April 7, 2021
@BMUS_Ultrasound 'Best practice statement on recording and storage of point-of-care ultrasound examinations' when using MSK ultrasound in #POCUS settings, do you record and store your images? https://t.co/va1g7WUVGc pic.twitter.com/4HTYCsyBFQ
— The Ultrasound Site – MSK ultrasound education (@mskultrasound) April 6, 2021
The Journal of Vascular Access @SAGE_Publishing
Today it’s Lung #POCUS for you!
Where do we scan then?? Linear/curvilinear or phased probe positions shown👍👇 pic.twitter.com/oumuUuY6I0
— Jonny Wilkinson (@Wilkinsonjonny) April 3, 2021
🚨GE Vscan Air Complete Review, with @yaletung!
🎬👉 https://t.co/gINvb3Xeqm@vscan @GEHealthcare #VscanAirFirstLook #VscanAir #vscan #handheld #ultrasound #pocus #FOAMed #handheldultrasound #wirelessvscan #vscanextend #portableultrasound #medicalimaging pic.twitter.com/t52ji0KZVt
— Masters of Ultrasound (@mastersofUS) April 3, 2021
— GUH-ICU&Anaesthesia (@GUH_ICU_Anaesth) April 1, 2021
Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics
@JACEPOpen ft @LsultanMD @yaletung @PennRadiology @PennMedicine @PennMedEVDCSO
Quantitative pleural line characterization outperforms traditional lung texture ultrasound features in detection of COVID‐19