Recurrent “Cold” in a Peds Patient.

January 17, 2019

This week, we have a new Cool Sono, Bro with none other than Peter Weimersheimer.  Here, we discuss the case of a pediatric patient that had a cold, got better, then got worse.  Check it out and let me know what you think!

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Top POCUS Tips!

December 17, 2018

This week I'm trying a new format.  In this video I'm going to share with you my top 6 tips for elevating your POCUS game:  

  1. Make sure your depth is adequate
  2. Work on your gain
  3. Don't be afraid of applying pressure
  4. Move your patient around
  5. Know how to manipulate your probe
  6. Don't be scared of failing

Check it out and let me know what you think!

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Cool Sono, Bro! Persistent PNA w/ Peter Weimersheimer

December 3, 2018

This week I sit down with Peter Weimersheimer, my chainsaw, keto and ultrasound mentor from Vermont. He had a case where ultrasound drastically changed management in a 70 yo patient with "persistent pneumonia". Check it out!

 Want more ultrasound goodness? Check out my other podcasts, ultrasoundpodcast.com and ultrasoundgel.org.

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Diastology (AKA heart failure with preserved ejection fraction)

November 20, 2018

This week, Mike Mallin discusses how to evaluate your patient for diastolic heart failure. Check out the Ultrasound Podcast for a more comprehensive look at diastology with Mike Mallin, Jimmy Fair and me!

 

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How to be an effective learner

November 10, 2018

I'm involved with a few other podcasts, and recently we did a series of podcasts for the ultrasound podcast where we talked about some key aspects of producing a good lecture (Check them out here, if you haven't: Part 1 Part 2).  In this podcast, I'm going to give you 3 top tips for being an effective learner when you hear a lecture.  It's just a bit past that 5 minute mark I try to keep these videos at, but there was just too much goodness to make it shorter than what it is.  Enjoy!

 

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Pleural Effusion Part 2 (Measuring/Describing)

October 8, 2018

A few weeks ago, I published an update on how to identify pleural effusions.  This week, we tackle how you can quantify the amount of pleural effusion, and how to tell is it is an exduative or transudative effusion.  

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Pleural Effusion Part 1

September 20, 2018

My last update for pleural effusions was back in 2014 (when the website first launched), so we're pretty past due for an update.  In this video we talk about how to identify a pleural effusion.  Check it out and let me know what you think!

Keep an eye out for part 2 where I talk about how to measure the volume and how to tell the difference between exudate and transudate using your ultrsound. 

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Pneumothorax Update!

September 14, 2018

It's been 4 years since my last pneumothorax video, and I thought it was past due for an update. I had too much fun making this video!

 

Check it out and let us know what you think!

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Self-diagnosis of Rib Fractures Using Bedside Ultrasound

July 20, 2018

This week I sit down with Jimmy Cunningham, a community emergency medicine physician from Southern California.  He sustained an injury while grappling, and the x-ray was negative.  Check out what the ultrasound showed!

 

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DIY Chicken Breast Vascular Access Simulator

July 2, 2018

This week, Jason Bowman (@emspocus) and I show you simple technique of creating a realistic vascular access simulator using a chicken breast and a penrose drain.  Check it out! 

 

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