A review by the author Dr Giovanni Volpicelli of recent Articles in CHEST, Intensive Care Medicine, and elsewhere, moderated by Dr Vicki Noble and Dr Paul H. Mayo.
The authors, representing the extensive experience of the North American and European COVID-19 epicenters, present an ultrasound scanning protocol and report on the common associated ultrasound findings.
1st October 10.30 am (EST TIME)
The World Interactive Network Focused On Critical UltraSound (WINFOCUS) is the world leader scientific network committed to develop Point-of-Care Ultrasound practice, research, education, technology, and networking, addressing the needs of patients, institutions, services, and communities living in out-of-hospital and in-hospital critical scenarios.
This course aims to provide professionals with tools for point-of-care image acquisition and interpretation and teach how to use the ultrasound as a diagnostic, therapeutic and monitoring bedside tool in emergency and ITUs settings, integrated with advanced life support protocols (ACLS, ATLS) according to 'ABCDE' and 'Head-to-toe'.
This course aims to provide professionals with tools for point-of-care image acquisition and interpretation and teach how to use limited Transthoracic Echocardiography in the setting of cardiac arrest/peri-resuscitation, and as ascreening tool for the unstable patient in emergency and ITUs settings.
The Advanced LUS is aimed for physicians who have previously participated in the LUS Basic Course and want to gain Advanced Lung Ultrasound knowledge on non-invasive procedures to manage patients with acute dyspenea, pneuomonia or critical lung pathologies.
This cutting-edge ultrasound course is designed for both the novice sonographer and the clinician seeking to gain additional knowledge and expertise in pediatric-specific applications. This will be a comprehensive POCUS course, which Will cover both the fundamentals of point-of-care ultrasound, and pediatric-specific applications
The course is aimed to Nurses and Paramedics who treat patients in acute, urgent and critical situations and who are new to point-of-care ultrasound. This training aims to provide Nurses and Paramedics with tools for point-of-care image acquisition and interpretation and teach how to use the ultrasound manage patients in emergency settings.
Over the past years TEE has been increasingly recognized as a unique tool to enhance echocardiographic examination and improve decisión making in critical ill patients.
The Ultrasound Journal is an open-access international, peer-reviewed journal designed for clinicians using point-of-care ultrasound in any environment or setting.
The journal publishes editorials, reviews, original articles, short communications and case reports and is open for publication of supplements and abstracts of scientific meetings.