Dr. Robert Arntfield is an Assistant Professor, Director of Critical Care Ultrasound / Division of Critical Care & Division of Emergency Medicine, Department of Medicine, Western University London, Ontario, Canada. Dr. Arntfield presents part 4 of the point-of-care echocardiography webinar series. In this webinar, Dr. Arntfield reviews stroke volume determination in the point-of-care environment. He discusses advanced concepts such as quantitative spectral Doppler techniques, hemodynamic understanding of echocardiography, and the overall assessment of left ventricular function.
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Dr. Vrushali Ponde, pediatric anesthesiologist from Surya Children's Hospital, presents, "Role of Ultrasonography in Pediatric Regional Anesthesia. Dr. Ponde outlines the scope and practice of regional anesthesia in pediatrics, explains the advantages of using ultrasound in pediatric regional anesthesia, and discusses the challenges in anesthesia for the pediatric population.
Felipe Teran, MD, Emergency Physician from the Division of Emergency Ultrasound Center for Resuscitation Science Department at the University of Pennsylvania presents Part 2 of Implementing Transesophageal (TEE) in the Emergency Department. This webinar focuses on the nuts and bolts of training options for learning TEE ultrasound, discusses credentialing and institutional privileging for the practice of point-of-care TEE, and reviews main resources available for learning and training in TEE.
Felipe Teran, MD, Emergency Physician from the Division of Emergency Ultrasound Center for Resuscitation Science Department at the University of Pennsylvania presents Part I of Implementing Transesophageal (TEE) in the Emergency Department. Dr. Teran identifies some of the most relevant publications about TEE that emergency department clinicians should be aware of, outlines a successful TEE program and its scope of practice, discusses the practical aspects of getting a TEE probe, and reviews cleaning and maintenance of a TEE probe.
Dustin Morrow, M.D. presents this webinar to review why credentialing and privileging physicians in ultrasound is important, discuss the different hospital-specific guidelines to determine standards by which physicians are qualified to perform certain ultrasound-guided procedures, and describe expectations for competency and the ongoing training and demonstration of that competency.
Stephanie Doniger, MD presents Pediatric Point-of-care Ultrasound: Soft Tissue, which is considered one of the most common applications for point-of-care ultrasound in the pediatric population. Dr. Doniger discusses applications, presents specific cases, describes techniques, and reviews limitations and scanning tips for soft tissue ultrasound in pediatrics.
Dr. Wolf Armbruster, Dr. Rudiger Eichholz, and Dr. Thomas Notheisen present this webinar to discuss current techniques for puncturing vessels and ultrasound-guided regional anaesthesia. They review ultrasound-guided nerve blocks and vascular access. This includes discussing benefits of using ultrasound-guidance during interventions and procedures, specific probe maneuvers, sonoanatomy, and needle tip control.
In this webinar, Dr. Sarah Young demonstrates how to identify big kidneys in cats, differentiates three causes of big kidneys using ultrasound, and reviews how to recognize a fourth cause that should also be identifiable by palpation. The three causes of large kidneys in feline patients have similar findings on palpation and radiography, but characteristically different ultrasound findings that help to rapidly narrow the differential diagnoses.
Stephanie Doniger, MD presents "The Pediatric RUSH Protocol." She reviews the different types of shock, discusses the use of ultrasound for evaluating shock, describes how to incorporate ultrasound into management and clinical integration, reviews cases, and focuses on the pediatric "RUSH" exam.