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Joseph Minardi
Ultrasound for Everyone West Virginia University
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NephroPOCUS 8h
"Hidden curriculum" and "phantom scanning" are very pertinent to subspecialties such as as well where there is scarcity of trained faculty. Thank you for another nice article.
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Meghan Herbst 12h
Replying to @EUSmkh
Resolution: Surgery for this SBO, diagnosed with high sensitivity & specificity using 1) plicae circulares (indicates structure is small bowel), 2) dilation of >2.5cm, and 3) alternating peristalsis. Additional imaging such as CT scanning can be ordered by the surgery service.
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SAEM Online 14h
Consensus Core Point‐of‐care Ultrasound Applications for Pediatric Emergency Medicine Training AEM E&T Journal - July 2019 First Author: Allan Evan Shefrin, MD Read Online:
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Matt, Mike & Jacob 15h
*GASP* It turns out that RV enlargement in arrest doesn't always mean PE! Several animal studies imply hypoxia & arrhythmias (2 MCC of arrest) also cause RV enlargement. Check out the podcast to hear and Jacob discuss.
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Philippe Rola 6 Apr 18
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WVU Mountaineers Aug 19
Looking good, ! 😍 Welcome home. 💛💙
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Cedric Dark, MD, MPH Aug 19
Did you know the only death in 870 pts low risk per HEART score died via suicide? Int J Card 2013; 168:2153-8
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Penn Ultrasound Aug 19
Take nothing for granted! The hx of US & specifically PoCUS is incredibly important... for example, does everyone know why AMA Res.802, I-99 is our armour (making the probe our sword?) ??
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Nathaniel Reisinger, MD, FASN Aug 15
Looking for a place to start with ? Check out: Pocket Guide to POCUS: Point-of-Care Tips for Point-of-Care by via
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ACEP Aug 19
Emergency departments are the underpinning of America's health care safety net, and hospital closures mean people have to wait longer to get the they need.
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Patrick Dieker Aug 19
42 y old woman presented with STEMI
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kazi ferdous Aug 19
What are three echolucent area below left atrium
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Kelvin Ward Aug 18
My two cents After 5+ years learning each time I make a ‘mistake’ it reinforces to me how little I know. two day courses are great but are like dipping a toenail in the water The two most useful keys for advancement are a mentor and a self motivated appetite to learn
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abr@r Aug 17
Agree with all the points. Takes practice and in my case took 500 scans over months to consolidate and improve on basic . The learning never stops..also need to understand how to interpret your findings in context of the clinical picture, which is also hard to teach
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François Javaudin Aug 19
Spontaneous pain in the abdomen and right hip. But a history of aneurysm of the thoracic aorta....
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Nick LeFevre Aug 19
Replying to @DRsonosRD @jminardi21
Tough to find the time and venue for longitudinal mentoring, particularly with hands on time, particularly for actively practicing clinicians. Biggest need, and lots of barriers! A big need for sharing best practices.
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Chuck Wurster Aug 18
is not easy. It takes dedicated expense and time to reach a level where you are competent to use it safely and independently. In Canada we have come pretty darn close to the ideal detailed in this thread, with the training protocols produced by !
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Philippe Rola Aug 18
The next step in the ladder after courses is something like this: as taken by
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Charlie LoPresti Aug 18
Replying to @cm_lopresti
And if you're looking for a quality upcoming introductory course, or are looking for additional mentored scanning time, check out 👇
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Charlie LoPresti Aug 18
Replying to @cm_lopresti
7/ Don't have an IM expert/champion? Look to other departments! Chances are there will be someone in EM, cardiology, pulm/CC who might be willing to help get beginners up to speed
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