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We know it's been an agonizing several days waiting for part 2, but the wait is over!  The conclusion to the longest journal club ever is here.  You thought we couldn't drag it out any more didn't you! Yes, these are a bit longer than the normal 20 minute podcasts, but it's worth it.  We've [...]

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Point-of-care ultrasonography in patients admitted with respiratory symptoms: a single-blind, randomized controlled trial. The title is a mouth full and when you read it it's definitely a brain full.  This is an incredible study with some incredible results.  If you just read the abstract you see that the correct diagnosis is made 88% of the [...]

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Have you been scanning some little bellies for turducken?  We sure hope so.  If you've waiting to hear from the man, Andy Sloas, before diving in, then the wait's over.  Here he is for Intussusception Part 2.  He does this all the time and is a scanning maniac.  Like Russ, he knows his stuff. Last [...]

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You’ve got a little bugger with belly pain and they may have intussusception…..or they could just have gastro.  How to know?  Well, this isn’t the xray podcast.  Of course, you’re going to ultrasound them.  Or if you’re not, watch this and hopefully you will afterwards. Turns out ultrasound for intussusception isn’t that difficult.  There’s pretty [...]

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Transesophageal Echocardiography Podcast Part 3

WOW, lots going on here.  Would give you a long description of each......but why don't you just listen.  I'll sum it up. 1.  TEE Finale:  This is it.  Done with TEE.  Mike describes how exactly to get started using this with a lecture straight from The Ultrasound Leadership Academy. 2.  Resuscitation Leadership Academy:  This is [...]

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Transesophageal Echocardiography Part 2

Rob's gonna show us exactly how to do this.  How to take those 800 normal Transesophageal Echocardiography (TEE) views and distill it down into a few key views.  We know you aren't doing this yet, but we think it's coming.  Just a matter of time.  Get ahead of the curve. And yes, you read the [...]

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Transesophageal Echocardiography (TEE) Podcast Part 1with Rob Arntfield - UltrasoundPodcast.com

At Castlefest 2014, Rob Arntfield blew our minds with his point of care Transesophageal Echocardiography (TEE) talk.  He showed us why and how we could and should be doing point of care TEE.  Then we all practiced on simulators.  It was a phenomenal experience, and he's agreed to come back in 2015 and do it all again. [...]

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Cardiac Valves FOAMED

 What?!?!  Why is there a company mentioned in this episode!?!?  Have Mike and Matt sold out?  No, we take nothing from GE or any other company, but we're excited about this new machine, and while we hesitated at first, we realized that this is important to our listeners and we decided to talk about it. [...]

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Cardiac Valves with Rob Arntfield

OK, lots of stuff packed into this episode.  A couple quick updates.  First off, if you want to learn ultrasound with us in September in Brazil, then go to www.developingem.com and register for this amazing course. As for Castlefest, we didn't tell you yet who was going to be there, but it's all set now. [...]

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We've been watching, and you all order a lot of CTs for PE.  If the patient needs a CTA fine......but maybe they don't need it as often as you think.  There may be a better way.  We've got some hot new evidence for you that could be huge for your patients who may have a [...]

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