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Will machine learning lead to ultrasound evaluation of every patient everywhere? by Michael Blaivas

The continual, rapid expansion of machine learning and artificial intelligence continues to expand in healthcare. Software to increase diagnostic accuracy and increase productivitiy and speed are becoming more available. What are the opportunities and challenges of this new frontier?

Dynamic LVOT obstruction: both cause and effect in septic shock by Sam Orde

Unrecognized LVOTO will fail to the standard shock management and may require 180 degree change of the management like counterintuitively decreasing inotropes. Unexplained shock. Rapid catecholamine scalation. Think about LVOTO

Teleproctoring: tech for teaching and mentoring by Nicolas Lim

Zoom. Teams. Hangout. There has been a rapid explosion of online learning in the last 2 years. As educators, are we keeping pace with this learning environment or are you just doing what you’ve always done on Powerpoint/Keynote? Learn how some basic adjustments can elevate your presentation to the next level for the learner.

Preoperative focused cardiac ultrasound screening in non-cardiac surgery. Pleasing the anesthesiologist or changing patient outcome? by Peter Juhl-Olsen

Advances in healthcare means that older, sicker patients are undergoing increasingly complex surgical interventions. As the role of the perioperative physician and team continues to expand, it is inevitable that ultrasound and echocardiographic assessment of such patients as part of their preoperative workup becomes part of the armamentarium of the team.

When disruptive technology goes mainstream by Vicki Noble

Vicky Noble introduces the WINFOCUS world congress 2023 and gives an amazing overview, history, and summary statement of what’s happened with Point of Care Ultrasound around the globe over the years.

Ultrasound for the evaluation of intracranial pressure by Manni Waraich

The management of patients with potential raised intracranial pressure is not confined to just specialist neurointensive care units. Such patients require a high level of monitoring and frequent imaging. Tradiitionally, this has meant regular trips to the CT scanner with all the logistical challenges that it entails. Could ultrasound once again, come to save the day?