Check out our digital publications, Introduction to Bedside Ultrasound Vol 1 and 2, a revolutionary text that seeks to teach bedside ultrasound to students in a more efficient, directed format than previous texts.  These texts teach bedside ultrasound in a more efficient, interactive format. It accomplishes this with a plethora of multimedia adjuncts. Instead of simply reading about ultrasound pathology and protocols, the reader watches actual videos and demonstrations of the pathology from directly within the book while reading.

Find them here:

Volume 1

Get It! (Inkling)
Get It! (iTunes)

Volume 2

Get It! (Inkling)
Get It! (iTunes)

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  1. Hi! I’m an ED/critical care trainee from the UK and I love listening to the podcasts which I find
    extremely useful. I have been trying to access the ebooks on both iTunes and inkling and I keep getting error messages. I also can’t find them on either. Do you know why this might be?
    Any help much appreciated!

  2. Hello guys,
    thanks for your awesome work on the podcast and all other FOAM that your doing.
    I would really like to enjoy your Ultrasound ebbok, but I dont have an ipad.
    Even on itunes on windows it says it can only be viewed on “ibooks” on the ipad.

    Ideally I would like the version from inkling to save to my linux or phone etc
    But all the links to inkling lead to
    “We can’t find the page you’re looking for.”


    Can you help?
    I would also buy it, np.

    Best wishes from Vienna.

  3. Hey,
    The Inkling books don’t seem to be available anymore. Would love to access them as soon as possible.

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  6. Hey Guys!

    Another big fan here from Sweden.

    I understand that you guys probably have already put thousands of man-hours in this ebook project and were understandably frustrated by the Inkling-issue. I don’t know what kind of agreement you guys have with iTunes, but I agree with the previous commenters that a scalable, platform-independent version would greatly enhance the FOAM-iness of this project and actually make the hours you have already put in much more worthwhile. I imagine that this would require some significant amount of further programming (otherwise you probably would have already done it), but I am sure that this could be achieved via a crowd-sourcing/-funding campaign, for example on Indiegogo or Kickstarter. I think most of your subscribers would be happy to help anyway we can 🙂

    Keep up the good work!

    Best regards,

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