US Related Links

  • Life in the Fastlane – Ultrasound Library Database
    • An evolving, searchable, ultrasound database collaboration between Mike Cadogan and James Rippey (with input from James’ sonocolleagues at SCGH) that contains images and video loops, with explanations, to showcase different sonographic findings relevant to critical care medicine
  • Ultrasound Village Lectures:
    • Video lectures by Adrian Goudie, James Rippey and Greg Sweetman, covering may core critical care ultrasound topics
  • SonoSpot: Topics in Bedside Ultrasound:
    • A site developed by Laleh Gharahbaghian, Stanford University: “is a place where the interesting, funny, cool and geeky meet to share their tips/tricks/knowledge of and adventures with bedside EM ultrasound. A place to highlight cases, applications and prominent people in bedside US education and research. Here’s to satisfied participants and students, lives saved, and spreading the gospel of the ‘Sound!”….great cases, tutorials and sonolinks
    • A quality ultrasound podcast done by Emergency Physicians,  Matt Dawson, Mike Mallin & Mike Stone, who are passionate about acute care ultrasound
    • Ultrasound clips and images site for upload and download, developed by the men of
  • EDE Blog
    • POINT OF CARE ULTRASOUND! That’s what this blog is about. EDE or Emergency Department Echo is a series of educational programs with a decade of experience in teaching POCUS.
  • NYSORA – New York Scho0l of Regional Anaesthesia – US guided nerve blocks
  • SonoKids
    • As suggested by the title, this site has a focus on paediatric bedside ultrasound
  • Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Group Sydney
    • “We are a group of enthusiastic ultrasound users and supporters in the Emergency Department’s of the Greater Sydney area (and beyond!). We are a diverse alliance that includes senior EM consultants who already have high level qualifications, new EM consultants in the process of learning more ultrasound, supportive sonographers and radiologists, ED trainees, all the way down to medical students who are keen to learn but have had no formal training in ultrasound.”
  • Echopraxis
    • is a website for trainees and specialists in ICU, anaesthesia, and emergency medicine, interested in echo and ultrasound.
  • The POCUS Atlas
    • “The Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) Atlas is collaborative educational platform where we create, share, and curate free ultrasound education material. Our goal is to improve the way POCUS is taught on a global scale. The POCUS Image Atlas is a collection of rare, exemplary, and perfectly captured ultrasound images intended to be used as educational material. The infographics of The Evidence Atlas showcase the data powering the POCUS movement.”

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