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Ben C. Smith
[emergency medicine | critical care ultrasound | innovative online education | coder]
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Ben C. Smith 5h
Ah, the RV: the forgotten ventricle.
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Tim Montrief 5h
Small study (25 pts), but it found that amongst indices of right ventricular systolic function, TAPSE and S’ were well correlated with thermodilution-derived RVEF in critically ill patients.
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Jonny Wilkinson 10h
Click the link and see what's hot in Critical care at the moment. Papers & trials, echo clips to download, Infographics, meeting info., galore and some fab resources.
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Ben C. Smith Sep 16
Hello friends! Wish I could be there hanging with you. Toiling away in the Baroness ED.
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Kevin Piro Sep 15
is the best designer in the POCUS field says . I agree ... what wonderful tools. love the point that we can design smarter and better to make POCUS more accessible to learners.
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TPA Sep 15
For the early POCUS learners, lead the way with innovation in digital education
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Chuck Wurster Sep 15
Innovations in PoCUS by with special props to for his groundbreaking work.
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Penn Ultrasound Aug 15
So proud of this team of authors! What a great representation of and Nice work and APellet!
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Ben C. Smith Sep 14
Sad I'm missing this one. Go get it John!
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Ben C. Smith Sep 14
Replying to @TheCaseyGlass
I find myself compelled by Cory Booker's arguments.
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Ben C. Smith Sep 14
For all the Tennessee docs who have to fill out psychiatric involuntary commitment paperwork, here's your moment of zen.
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Eduardo R Argaiz Sep 12
- correlation: P pulmonale , RBBB, R Axis Deviation. TRV = 5 m/s, so gradient ➡️ 4 x 5^2 = 100. (Anything > 60 suggests Chronic) infographic by
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Elias Jaffa MD MS Sep 12
.....and when I was able to flip through frame-by-frame, I noticed this bit of something inferior to the kidney. Either really odd-looking splenic vasculature or developing pool of fresh blood (my money is on 🩸...
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Elias Jaffa MD MS Sep 12
Cool case! In case it's too quick for some eyes (I almost missed it myself), here is the blood under the diagram (most sensitive area when looking for blood in the LUQ). Thanks, for !!! Not as bad a mobile experience as I expected...
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Christofer Muhr Sep 12
Walked in to ER. SOB, tight chest. Stress at work... Better catch that octopus. 💔
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Garrett Ghent Sep 12
Late to the party, but just found the gold mine which is Ultrasound of the Week by Just like to draw your attention to some of these beautiful infographics.
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Rachel Liu Sep 10
For a few years ago, I made a curated list of some of best resources. I keep adding to it and specifically don't mention institutional or marketing resources unless they're really good. Here you go:
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Ben C. Smith Sep 9
Oh, wheeze detector. I still love you after all these years...
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Zedu Ultrasound Training Solutions 🇦🇺🌐 Sep 5
Friday flashback: Catch up with your nerve blocks in Australia’s first nerve block workshops at led by - Opioids and Nerve Blocks - 3 common nerve blocks - Three obscure and useful nerve blocks Videos and notes at
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Terren Trott Sep 6
Definitely use to make sure you’ve got capture when you’re trying to pace. has a great post:
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