5 Minute Sono
Basic Ultrasound Physics

Basic Ultrasound Physics

August 30, 2021

In the 6 years I've been creating 5 Min Sono videos, I've never done a basic ultrasound physics video! Crazy, I know.  I finally sat down and made this and am stoked to share it with you!  This is video covers the bare minimum ultrasound physics you should know to be comfortable with your ultrasound.  In the future I might do a more advanced one to supplement this one!

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Inferior Vena Cava (2021)

Inferior Vena Cava (2021)

August 18, 2021

In this video I talk to you about how to assess the IVC.  This isn't going to be a discussion on it's merits, but rather, how to measure it once you've decided that you'd like to measure it.  This post had an amazing peer review from Dr. Rory Speigel that you can check out on the website post.  Don't forget to check out:

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Question bank here

Ultrasound Leadership Academy here. 

 


Cardiac Tamponade

Cardiac Tamponade

August 12, 2021

This episode is a brand-new update 5 Min Sono video for pericardial tamponade (last one was all the way back in 2016!)

While the content is similar, there are a few updates.  Check it out!

 

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Pericardial Effusion 2021

Pericardial Effusion 2021

August 4, 2021

It's been 5 years since our last version of Pericardial Effusion was debuted, and it's time for an update! Remember: The presence of a pericardial effusion doesn't mean the patient is in tamponade, irrespective of the side of the effusion. 

Don't forget to check out our Question Bank (3,200 q's with video narration answers), Fundamentals (one month US boot camp) and our On-Demand Courses (last one was on critical care ultrasound!)


Basic Right Heart Assessment

Basic Right Heart Assessment

July 8, 2021

Basic Right Heart Assessment! (Last video was in 2015). Check out the updated video in this podcast. 

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Velocity Time Integral for Volume Responsiveness

Velocity Time Integral for Volume Responsiveness

May 14, 2021

This episode covers the 2021 update of the Velocity Time Integral. 

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RUSH exam 2021 Update!

RUSH exam 2021 Update!

April 27, 2021

We're Back!

The last RUSH exam episode I did was way back in 2014 (when I was still a resident!) It's definitely past time for an update.  This update was peer reviewed by the one and only Scott Weingart (who also invented the exam).  Check it out and all my other content at www.Coreultrasound.com


LAST 5 MIN SONO episode! (Regional wall motion abnormalities)

LAST 5 MIN SONO episode! (Regional wall motion abnormalities)

May 13, 2020

It's been a great few years! Its time to consolidate all the projects I'm currently working.  Over the past year I've been working to move 5 minute sono, ultrasound podast and ultrasound of the week onto ONE website called www.coreultrasound.com

This will be the last 5 minute sono podcast I'll be sending out on this channel, and it's a good one! This week, we're going to talk about regional wall motion abnormalities! 

I will definitely still be making podcasts, but they will be published on the Ultrasound Podcast (if you haven't already subscribed to us there, please do!

To clarify, I'm still going to be making the same great content, I'm just going to be publishing it on the ultrasound podcast, and on coreultraound.com. 

Thanks!!


Finding Veins for US-guided IV’s Part 2

Finding Veins for US-guided IV’s Part 2

June 19, 2019

Two days ago I told you how I find arm veins for ultrasound-guided IV's.  Today, I'll walk you through what to do when you can't find any arm veins (which honestly, is rare).  Then I summarize how to approach the patient with difficult IV access. 

Check it out! 

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Finding Veins for US-guided IV’s

Finding Veins for US-guided IV’s

June 17, 2019

I recently had a question on the website asking how to find veins when its not super cut-and-dry. 

In part 1, I'll talk to you about how to find veins in the arm. In part 2, I'll talk about alternatives to arm veins (part 2 will be published in a few days). 

Check it out!

 

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