Intussusception is a common cause of pediatric abdominal pain in the infant and toddler population. Using point-of-care ultrasound at the bedside can help providers expedite definitive management with greater safety, ease and accuracy than plain radiographs; that’s why POCUS has become a standard tool for evaluating patients with suspected ileocolic intussusception.
Watch on-demand subject-expert webinars that describe point-of-care ultrasound best practices, techniques, and common scanning pitfalls.
All webinars are in English.
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Point-of-care ultrasound is noninvasive and offers real-time imaging, allowing for examinations of structures at rest and in motion.
This live webinar will discuss the benefits of using point-of-care ultrasound to diagnose dorsal wrist pathologies, and share expert techniques to visualize dorsal wrist structures.
Join Dr. Richard Teames in a lively discussion of techniques and indications for performing ultrasound-guided Pericapsular Nerve Group (PENG) and Fascia Iliaca Compartment Block (FICB) blocks for hip surgery.
Learn diagnostic ultrasound techniques for the carpal tunnel area including best practices, during this expert-led, live webinar. You’ll have time at the end to ask questions.
What You'll Learn
- Review the anatomy within the carpal tunnel region including bones, tendons, ligaments, and the median and ulnar nerve
- List indications for an evaluation of the carpal tunnel
- Discuss possible pathology to look for such as median nerve entrapment and flexor tendinopathies
Gregory V. Hickman, MD, Medical Director and Anesthesia Director from the Andrews Institute, ASC discusses the "Hickman Flip" approach for interscalene catheter placement, and the benefits and his success with this approach. Dr. Hickman also lists the indications for using interscalene block and catheters and explains how to use point-of-care ultrasound to identify anatomy and assist with the procedure.
Stephen Leech, MD, RDMS, Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Director, Orlando Regional Medical Center, Orlando, FL - Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) has emerged as a valuable tool in the hands of skilled operators; especially in acute care and life saving environments. This webinar will review a variety of scenarios and case studies where the availability of POCUS proved invaluable in the diagnosis and management toward positive patient outcomes.
Dr. Benjamin DuBois, MD is a board-certified and fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon who devotes 100% of his practice to the treatment of shoulder disorders. Dr. DuBois has expert training in shoulder surgery, and has extensive experience in shoulder replacements, rotator cuff disorders, and arthroscopic shoulder surgery. He is trained in state of the art techniques including the reverse ball and socket shoulder replacement and performs in-office shoulder ultrasound for the immediate diagnosis of rotator cuff disorders. This webinar focuses on Diagnostic Shoulder Ultrasound Part 1.
Dr. Antonio (Tony) Bouffard is an Musculoskeletal Radiologist from the Detroit Medical Center Sports Medicine Department and a Consultant Radiologist at the James Andrews Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center in Michigan. Dr. Bouffard has published several chapters and articles in many peer-review journals and has lectured in over 32 different countries. He has appointments as Consultant Radiologist to NASA, the United States Olympic Committee as well as the James Andrews Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Center.
Dianne DuToit, Clinical Nurse Consultant presents Dialysis Vascular Access Flow Volume: Ultrasound Measurement of Blood Flow Volume in Dialysis Arteriovenous Fistulas and Grafts. She describes blood flow volume monitoring benefits, reviews ultrasound anatomy of Arteriovenous Fistulas (AVF) and Arteriovenous Grafts (AVG), discusses ultrasound volumen flow monitoring, reviews the equipment and software used, describes color and PW Doppler, reviews how to perform the volume flow calculation, and discusses results and clinical pearls.