5 Minute Sono
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. 

Don't forget to check out our Critical Care Conference: https://courses.coreultrasound.com/courses/CCC1

 

Question Bank and Fundamentals here: https://courses.coreultrasound.com


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! 

If you are interested in an online ultrasound fellowship, check out ultrasoundleadershipacademy.com!


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!

 

If you are interested in an online ultrasound fellowship, check out ultrasoundleadershipacademy.com!


Aortic Dissection

Aortic Dissection

May 3, 2019

This week we tackle thoracic and abdominal aortic dissection. 

I worked on this video while preparing updates for the Ultrasound Leadership Academy curriculum reboot.  If you want a much more in depth review, check out the Ultrasound Leadership Academy. 

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

If you’d like to come scan with us in beautiful Bend, Oregon at Bendfest19.com!


Aortic Aneurysm 2019 update!

Aortic Aneurysm 2019 update!

April 19, 2019

My last aorta aneurysm 5 Minute Sono update was in back in 2015, and its time for an update! This time I've also included the evaluation of the thoracic aorta. I worked on this video while preparing one of the updates for the Ultrasound Leadership Academy curriculum reboot.  If you want a much more in depth review, check out the Ultrasound Leadership Academy. 

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

If you’d like to come scan with us in my beautiful Bend, Oregon at Bendfest19.com!


How to Tape IV’s

How to Tape IV’s

April 12, 2019

Even if I work my fastest, it still takes me a few minutes to place my ultrasound-guided IV's. Because of this, I would rather not have to place multiple IV's when they pop out. I have a particular way of taping my IV's to make sure they don't come out. Check out my technique and let me know what you think!

If you're interested in an online ultrasound fellowship, check out the Ultrasound Leadership Academy. 

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

If you’d like to come scan with us in my beautiful Bend, Oregon at Bendfest19.com!


Non-linear Probes for Lung Sliding??

Non-linear Probes for Lung Sliding??

March 15, 2019

Its is absolutely necessary to switch to the linear transducer when looking for lung sliding (i.e., PTX)? While the linear will definitely give you the best image, watch this video to see my thoughts on using the curvilinear and even the phased array in the eval of lung sliding!  While continuing to my work with revamping the Ultrasound Leadership Academy's curriculum, I had this thought.  Maybe we don't need to switch every time?  Check it out!

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

If you’d like to come scan with us in my beautiful Bend, Oregon at Bendfest19.com!


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