The usual piles of POCUS, papers and more. It’s been a while, so there’s been a lot going on!
Our course sold out, with a waiting list!!! Keep an eye on the site for info on the next session!! nw-pocus.com
Hint….October in Warwick!
The crew at Zedu!
Thanks for picking us up guys! See their weekly update here…well, a while ago now…but you need to follow their stuff. Solid as ever.
SoMe in medicine
The importance of SoMe in medicine….our article is out…
The Holy Grail of research
What’s wrong with the catheter!?
Great post from the Renal Fellow Network
US for idiots? Or…by idiots!?
A must read section on pitfalls and pearls…”a fool with a tool is still a fool”
A nice review form the EMDocs here!
Nice short and sweet on the LV!
Click the top image….
Lovely stuff from BC POCUS
Check out Nephromadness
Click the first pic to go see the blog…great stuff as ever from them, particularly with their infographics!
A lovely article here on ARDS from a team in the USA. Thanks to Yaseen Arabi fir this.
JW’s Top Papers from Critical Care Reviews
Zap them or leave them??
Interesting Case reports!
Check out the weekly US best…here
I found a flap!
A great Tweetorial emerged!
Aliasing on US
Aliasing is an imaging error which occurs due to under-sampling. The ultrasound system is trying to image an event that is occurring faster than the rate we are sampling it, and as a result the system is uncertain about the direction of the signal and displays this as heading in the opposite direction.
Beautifully demonstrated on this image:
A milky situation!?
One that caused a bit of debate! What would you do..? Click the first tweet to follow this.
Is it endocarditis?!
Right atrial weirdness!
Thanks to VCU ultrasound
It may not be cholecystitis!
You are taking the p$£s!
TAPSE…where do you place the caliper?
Some tips from cardioserv here
Thanks to Creative-Med Doses for this
Thanks to nephropocus for these!
More from the guys on renal and portal vein doppler!!
Abdo wall blocks
Fluid Academy go from strength to strength on fluid overload.
Thanks to Manu Malbrain for these!
Click to visit the podcast and site
Heart failure…POCUS or CXR?
Click to see the podcast and blog on this
Thanks to emDOCs for this! Great accompanying video. Click the infographic to see the post!
Map the kidney!
A lovely find from Manual of Medicine
Hypothermia and anaesthesia
Emergency Antihypertensive meds
Thanks to Grepmed for this
Thanks to Dr Olly for this graphic on the active treatment of TB
Fractured ribs and painful torso stuff…block it!
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