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Michael I. Prats
Emergency Medicine | Point of care ultrasound | Evidence Based Sonology | Medical education |
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in Pre-eclampsia?! Looks like these patients will have some findings, now we just need to know what is means when we find them. Thanks
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Lori Stolz Jul 17
How to best educate ultrasound fellows? Bring the best of the best together!! The Great Lakes Ultrasound Fellow Conference. August 2nd, University of Cincinnati. More info
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Lorraine Ng Jul 17
How long do you wait to sedate that kid who just downed a bag of Cheetos? ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩ will tell you: Probably not long enough - use point-of-care ultrasound to help guide you! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦
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Matt, Mike & Jacob Jul 17
Ultrasound Image Review pearls with Patrick Ockerse, MD.
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Michael I. Prats Jul 16
Hey y'all new articles up on just so you know
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Suean Pascoe Jul 15
Are you a educator? Get to the 7th World Congress on in Sept 12-15 - Irvine Join & an amazing faculty at the forefront of 👉 👈 💫 💫
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Michael I. Prats Jul 15
Ultrasound GEL now available on podcasts! Enjoy
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Philippe Rola Jul 13
Subxiphoid bicaval view. Neat.
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Dharmesh Shukla Jul 14
Severe exacerbation of meralgia paresthetica pain, not responding to opiates, relieved within minutes of ED arrival guided blockade of Lateral Cutaneous Nerve of Thigh with levobupivacaine = pain gone for 12+h (not as bad when block ended 16 h later.)
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Ohio State Emergency Medicine Residency Jul 14
Biliary - do ED scans predict cholecystectomy? Answer: Kind of. Still good reason to perform, can expedite ED management which this study only partially addressed
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Ohio State Emergency Medicine Residency Jul 12
Speckle Tracking in the ED?! Promising in theory but not quite there yet - can't wait to see where this goes. Nice review by
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Michael I. Prats Jul 11
The lateral water bath, colloquially referred to as the Cotton-Prats water bath. Jenn did you get that patent yet?
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Abdulwahed AL zaher Jul 9
Interested in sports injury _dynamic ultrasound examination for medial meniscal extrusion with tear may be indicator menscus root injury
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Michael I. Prats Jul 11
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PedsPOCUS Jul 10
On this month’s episode, we sit down with , the current president of the PEM POCUS (P2) Network who walks us through why the was created, what it has been up to, and where it is going in the next year.
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Michael I. Prats Jul 10
Great table for ways to assess right atrial pressure with ! From this article but I found it while digging more into portal vein pulsatility by reading the wonderful
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Matt, Mike & Jacob Jul 9
This week Jacob sits down with to talk about the lateral water bath for evaluation of hands abscess. Check it out!
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Jacob Avila Jul 9
Curious about how to diagnose a necrotizing soft tissue infection (NSTI)? Check out my 2019 update on NSTI's I made while working on the curriculum update for Here:
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Ohio State Emergency Medicine Residency Jul 9
Good to see a larger study on ocular . Great review by the team!
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