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Keith Krasinski Sep 17
Cardiac imaging on the all-new Sonosite PX.
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Keith Krasinski Sep 18
Clip of our Sonosite PX 19 MHz transducer imaging an anticubital vein with valves. Blood flow showing eddies!
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Samarthkumar Thakkar (Sam) Sep 16
Importance of doing ! 76 Y F came at midnight with hypoxic hypercapnic respiratory failure due to COPD exacerbation. BNP was 600 and ED gave Lasix and BP dropped from SBP 150 to 80s! No echo in the chart. POCUS showed following (difficult windows with NIPPV)
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RA-UK Sep 22
Coming Soon & Much More! details to follow soon...
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Michael I. Prats Sep 22
Replying to @Pocus101
Here's another study showing high specificity & my new favorite Ocular resource
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Yale Tung Chen Sep 19
5 years ago I was attending my first lung ultrasound course at , I remember how much I learned, and the impact still has in my career. 5 years later, I had the pleasure to participate & share experiences in a difficult moment. Grateful!
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NephroPOCUS Sep 22
Replying to @NephroP
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Chail Shah, MBBS Sep 19
Amazing talk by on use in AKI. Learning points: •Always scan the bladder when scanning the kidneys •Use colour Doppler to diff cyst from hydronephrosis •⬇️renal size and ⬆️echogenicity •Monophasic waveforms with⬆️RA pressure, worse outcome and death
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RE #WearAMask Lewiss MD 12h
In this video, the lens is dislocated from its anatomic location. The Ocular question: Is there something in the vitreous chamber YES/NO
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POCUS 101 Sep 21
Gynecology/Pelvic Ultrasound Made Easy! New Blog Post! 👉🔗 1⃣Learn how to perform Pelvic Ultrasound 2⃣Recognize Common Uterine/Ovarian pathology on ✅Transabdominal and Transvaginal Ultrasound! 👇 (1/23)
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Intens Care Med Sep 21
Tissue Doppler of diaphragm excursion kinetics tool to assess its activity during respiration, acquiring: insp/expiratory mean & peak velocity acceleration, from displacement onset to peak vel excursion (VTI) Technique on
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NephroPOCUS Sep 18
Old but interesting image of massively distended urinary bladder + hydronephrosis in a patient with AKI. No image available.
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Robert Jones Sep 18
In this month's Breaking the (Ultra)sound Barrier, I put together a video on how to approach IJ placement in the patient with short neck/no neck. Interested to hear if others have different approaches
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Michael I. Prats Sep 22
Lens Dislocation - one of my favorite diagnoses! Recent study showed was 99% spec, 97% sens
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Philips POCUS Sep 15
See how the use of Lumify Reacts used in the pre-hospital setting affected clinical decision-making for this patient in apparent PEA.
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NephroPOCUS Sep 20
It is very important to recognize various effusions on Here is a nice example from Link:
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Rocio Sep 21
71 yearold 👨 with stage IV kidney cancer (clear cell), metastasis in bones and lung, is refered because of pulmonary embolism, this is the venous echo.
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NephroPOCUS Sep 17
answer: As most of you said, its duplex (duplicated collecting system). If u got it ❎, let me walk u through the thought process: 1/ When u see the 1st image, u should be thinking why there is a break in the sinus fat? Why cortex is passing in between?
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M Velia Antonini Sep 21
Endobronchial to detect PE in on VV : minimally invasive, avoids interH transport & CE administration/distribution issues on , safe/reliable to detect lobar/segmental PE Agreement EBUS/CTPA in 90% of pts
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NephroPOCUS Sep 21
Smoke everywhere..... IVC & portal vein in a patient with acute , sluggish circulation. Some images in thread.
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