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Jennifer Cotton May 6
crushing it with a bourbon tasting on our first night
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Neat graphic of interscalene brachial block described expertly by & . Props to !
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Lisa Bundy, MD May 10
Thanks everyone for an awesome ! Drove 6.5 hrs home to homemade soup & chicken by my kids, now arguing in Ukrainian. Back to work Sunday with new tools!
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Lauren Westafer May 6
US assisted diagnosis and reduction of distal radius 🦴 fracture Just make that line horizontal All manipulation done BEFORE the sedation is over, before splint is placed. kirschner at
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Echoholics Anonymous May 9
Use curvilinear probe and sagittal plane for fast screening sweep in lung US. Home in on pathology with fanning in transverse plane to get between rib spaces. Pro tips from at
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Lisa Bundy, MD May 7
Color is a must on soft tissue ultrasound. Don’t cut into vessels, LN, thinking it’s an abscess. No style points for you.
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Nicolas Lim May 7
US for SBO -1)abnormal peristalsis - poo & fro 2)dilated bowel > 2.5cm 3) history, exam and xray not reliable 4)rub the probe all over the abdomen.
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Nenagh Arts Centre May 9
Nenagh Castlefest launching this evening in front of the Castle with Nenagh Ormond Brass Band, Hughie Mc Grath and the Castlefest team
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Nicolas Lim May 7
Hepatobiliary scanning. Start saggital in the midline. Localise aorta, move laterally right. Visualise IVC, go more lateral, GB comes into view. One time,everytime (except after cholecystectomy).
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π™²πš’πšŠπš—π™ΌπšŒπ™³πšŽπš›πš–πš˜πšπš May 28
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Cindy Owen May 6
What an amazing hands-on experience! We are honored to be supporting
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Claire Heslop May 17
Catch the highlights and cool outfits here..
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Laleh Gharahbaghian, MD May 8
So bummed I had to miss being at !! Following to see all that is in a castle filled with learning. And you should too! Are speakers still getting "ice-d" this year?
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CAE Healthcare May 7
Our simulator is currently at in Lexington, supporting an training workshop ... what a splendid place for exploring simulation-based learning!
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Matt, Mike & Jacob May 27
During , we sat down with to discuss how to best learn and utilize ultrasound. Want to come hang out with us in Bend, Oregon? Check out
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Nenagh Arts Centre May 9
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Emergency Physicians May 9
Top EM evening stories: Day 2 – Ultrasound Podcast , see more
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Ashutosh Dhar May 6
Privileged to have provide exclusive equipment support for
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Lisa Bundy, MD May 9
Learning is actively making me a better doctor. Easy, fast, lots of info for immediate decisions.
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Matt, Mike & Jacob May 17
Day 4 Summary where we talk about diastology, arrest, the RUSH exam, pelvic ultrasound and volume responsiveness featuring interviews with . Click the link to hear!
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