Now with Closed Captioning! Cardiac and airway from last week transcribed! Now you can experience this episode in even more ways: Watch, listen, read, taste (well, not yet…working on that). (Just hit the little CC in the lower right)
Pour yourself a cup of eggnog, cuddle up next to the fire, and get ready for story time. We’ve got a couple stories from the community of someone actually performing an US guided cricothyrotomy, and also a couple of cases of cardiac disease with accompanying echoes and education. Oh yeah, remember to follow us @ultrasoundpod, [...]
We’ve been hard at work and now have the Introduction to Bedside Ultrasound: Volume 1 iBook optimized for the Retina display and iPad mini. The numbering issue for the referenced images after chapter 5 has also been corrected as well. The book is also now available in 50 countries! How to get the update: If [...]
It seems that you fine people have an insatiable appetite for cardiac ultrasound. So fine, at the risk of feeding the bears, we’re gonna give you some more. There may or may not be such exciting topics at papillary rupture, aortic stenosis, and a new game called “Name that Mustache”. Hope you enjoy! Podcast: Play [...]
So you want to know if you’re patient’s going to be fluid responsive but you don’t have the fancy machine that Drs. Weingart and Marik recently talked about on EmCrit. So what should you do? You could stand at the bedside and wait for your hospital to purchase said device, but that may not be [...]
February is Fluid Responsiveness Month on The Ultrasound Podcast and we’ve got a little preview for you here. This is actually snippets from a conversation we had with Scott Weingart several months ago talking about several things including fluid responsiveness, cardiac output, testicles, PE, and more. Enjoy!! Additional resources: Fluid Responsiveness Podcast Part 1 is now online Podcast: Play [...]
Dr. Mike Mallin, MD, RDCS, RDMS, ASCeXAM is the Director of Emergency Ultrasound and the Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship at the University of Utah. Dr Mallin is particularly interested in echocardiography and has sat for and passed the Echo Boards (hence the ASCeXAM…ABCDEFGHI……. bla bla bla at the end of his name). He is published in multiple journals [...]
Roll out the ultrasound machine in the ER and learn to use ultrasound to find pneumothorax, pericardial effusion, pulmonary edema, and more. This episode features the popular 2 minute cardiac exam.