Here is Richie’s talk on the general principles regarding procedural ultrasound. General Tips & Tricks: ALWAYS!! use a STERILE PROBE COVER to protect the patient and probe when placing US guided IVC’s Make sure both yourself and the patient are in a comfortable position This means placing the ultrasound machine in your direct line of sight […]
Here is a refresher if you have forgotten how, why and when to utilise SCGH ED US Service. Coming soon to publication – data from ~1750 ultrasound scans done by this service over a 6month period…. Additional Resources: SCGH ED US Service Background Ultrasound at SCGH ED – Where do I start? Ultrasound related links
Here is Jo’s talk on ultrasound guided peripheral nerve blocks
Edutainment at it’s best! James Rippey at SONOWARS during SMACC 2013 (musical support by Dr James Wheeler)…Edutainment at it’s best!
A presentation highlighting the usefulness of US in the assessment and management of a patient with shock. Ultrasound can be used as an extension of your physical examination to help determine the cause/s of shock. Ultrasound is also useful in monitoring response to IV fluid loading in patients with actual (hypovolaemic) or relative (distributive) intravascular […]