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Daniel Haase – Echo Evaluation of RV Dysfunction

Dr. Haase is a man of many talents. Trained in emergency medicine, surgical critical care, critical care medicine, and understands the value of Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS). This week he’s addressing the often under appreciated and under recognized importance of RV dysfunction. Done a TAPSE of the RV lately? …

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Bring Lung Ultrasound To YOUR ICU

By now you’re probably used to checking your acutely ill patients heart and IVC with bedside ultrasound when they come into your ICU. But do you want to learn how to do more with point-of-care ultrasound? Become a master diagnostician who can determine the cause of dyspnea with a few …

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Improving Cardiac Arrest Care: Two Tips You’ve GOT to Know

Dr. Michael Allison is a Chief Resident in the combined Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine/Critical Care Residency. He was invited to the recent Greater Chesapeake Emergency Medicine Conference to speak about ways to improve upon cardiac arrest care – using principles as applicable in the ICU as in they are in the …

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Intro to Critical Care Ultrasound

Dr. Haney Mallemat felt that specializing in emergency medicine, internal medicine AND critical care was too easy, and decided to become one of the leading experts in the use of ultrasound in the ICU. In this lecture, he explains how to take the ultrasound probe along with your clinical questions …

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Ultrasound Diagnosis of Acute Appendicitis in Haiti

A 41 year old Haitian man with no known past medical history presented to St. Luc Family Hospital (Tabarre, Port-au-Prince, Haiti) with 24 hours of RLQ abdominal pain, vomiting and anorexia.  Physical examination was notable for mild tachycardia (104 beats per minute) and marked RLQ tenderness to palpation without radiation, …