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Tag: Ultrasound

Are You Pausing Too Long During CPR?

Background: Outside of early defibrillation and high-quality CPR, little has been shown to improve outcomes in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA). In theory, rapid identification of the underlying cause of arrest can be beneficial. Many emergency clinicians have adopted Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) …

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CardiovascularResuscitation

Rebellion21: Good Vibrations with Corona – Using POCUS in the COVID Era via Eric Chin, MD

In this 18-minute presentation from Rebellion in EM 2021, Dr. Eric Chin, MD describes the role of point-of-care ultrasound in the evaluation of a COVID patient. Much of this talk focuses on thoracic and lung ultrasound.

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Infectious DiseaseProcedures and SkillsThoracic and Respiratory

REBEL Core Cast 54.0 Wound Care I – Foreign Bodies

Take Home Points FBs are a very common complication of wounds. X-ray is poor at detecting foreign bodies US is a tremendous tool and be used dynamically at the bedside to assist w FB extraction Prophylactic antibiotics are not routinely …

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Trauma

REBEL Cast Ep91: Static Ultrasound vs Landmark Placement of Subclavian Central Lines

Background Information: Central venous catheterization is a common procedure performed in the ICU for the purposes of drug administration and resuscitation. The subclavian vein is the more preferred access site given its fixed puncture location, ease for nursing access and low …

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Procedures and SkillsResuscitation

REBEL Cast Ep90: Ultrasound vs Landmark-Guided Palpation for Radial Arterial Line Placement

Background Information: Ultrasound guided peripheral and central venous access has become more common while simultaneously decreasing complications and increasing first pass success. Landmark guided palpation has historically been considered the standard of care when placing arterial lines, however the use …

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Procedures and SkillsResuscitation

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