Dr. Robert Arntfield is the Medical Director of the Clinical Care Trauma Centre and Director of Critical Care Ultrasound at London Health Sciences Centre in London, Ontario. He briefly introduces lung ultrasound, outlines some scanning acquisition pearls, demonstrates classic lung ultrasound signatures and shows video clips of typical COVID-19 findings, reviews practical considerations in COVID-19 patients, and discusses how to integrate lung ultrasound for diagnosis and management of COVID-19 patients.
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Watch the interview with Mangala Narasimhan, DO, a Pulmonary and Critical Care Specialist from Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New York. Dr. Narasimhan describes how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted her hospital in the heart of New York's outbreak.
Watch the interview with Dr. Enrico Storti, Anesthesia and ICU Director/Unit Coordinator of the Emergency Department at Maggiore Hospital, from the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic in Lodi, Italy.
Professor Martin Zoremba, MD is the Director of Anesthesia, Intensive Medicine, Emergency Medicine, and Pain Therapy at Siegen District Hospital in Germany. In this webinar, Dr. Zoremba reviews the basic principles of hemodynamics in point-of-care, discusses Transthoracic Echo (TTE) as an indicative tool, outlines the important measurements and indicative signs, and introduces a rational hemodynamic algorithm.
Adrienne Barrett, vascular access nurse in the hemodialysis unit at Health Sciences North in Sudbury, Ontario presents a webinar to train novice users on how to use ultrasound guidance to perform cannulation in hemodialysis in vascular access. She describes how to use ultrasound as an additional tool that bedside hemodialysis nurses can use to assess and cannulate the vascular access of dialysis patients.
Dr. Pradeep Suyawanshi, Professor and Head of the Department of Neonatology at BVU Medical College in Pune, India presents Point-of-Care Neonatal Ultrasound. In this webinar, Dr. Suryawanshi will review case studies that include management changes, discuss limitations of point-of-care ultrasound in neonatology, and describe the appropriate training for utilizing ultrasound in neonatology.
Col. Richard Scheuring, DO, MS, RMSK, FAsMA gives several examples of the extraordinary utilization of point-of-care ultrasound in novel environments. He reviews examples of injuries and medical applications in combat zones, space, and astronaut training. This webinar emphasizes the portability and durability of Sonosite point-of-care ultrasound systems; this is the only imaging device that can practically be used in space flight.
Dr. Thomas Notheisen and Dr. Rudiger Eichholz presents "Structured eFAST Examination," which is utilized in the emergency room and the intensive care unit. Dr. Notheisen and Dr. Eicholz review the eight probe positions of this examination, which are based on the ATLS criteria, in order to diagnose and treat life threatening issues quickly.