US - Pregnancy The LABUR protocol: Ultrasound of the Month

US - Pregnancy The LABUR protocol: Ultrasound of the Month

Your pregnant patient gets rushed in uncomfortable and just shying of pushing but you have a few minutes to panic. Why panic when you can grab a probe and get some information about your impending delivery? Dr. Bernardoni guides us through the LABUR exam and the finer points of the term OB POCUS.

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Grand Rounds Recap 1.30.19

Grand Rounds Recap 1.30.19

Welcome to another grand rounds recap! This week Dr. Isaac Shaw started us out with the monthly Morbidity and Mortality. Dr. Stolz then dove into some ultrasound QA, covering topics such as knee arthrocentesis and early pregnancy ultrasound. Dr. Murphy followed this up by discussing the science of motivation and how we can use this in the Emergency Department setting. This was followed up with Drs. Modi and Kircher who went head to head in this months CPC on endocarditis. Dr. Irankunda finished up the day with an excellent talk on the retrograde urethrogram. See you next week!

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Grand Rounds Recap 11.7.2018

Grand Rounds Recap 11.7.2018

Enjoy the review of this week’s Grand Rounds! We began the morning with Dr. Minges giving us his pro-tips on how to identify cardiac tamponade with ultrasound. Following this, we learned about high-yield management pearls about Carotid Blowout Syndrome and SCIWORA from Dr. Scanlon and Dr. Baez respectively. We concluded the day with AirCare Grand Rounds, where we learned how to deal with refractory hypoxia, postpartum hemorrhage, and utilize the V-scan for ultrasound.

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US - Diagnosing PE: Ultrasound of the Month

US - Diagnosing PE: Ultrasound of the Month

PE is often a considered and easily risk-stratified diagnosis, however what about when you take away your definitive test of the CTPA? Dr. Ham examines the 60/60 sign and other ultrasonographic tests you can use to determine the acuity of right ventricular strain which is addition to the clinical and hemodynamic evaluation can help you triage additional strategies to traditional anticoagulation.

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Grand Rounds Recap 8.15.18

Grand Rounds Recap 8.15.18

The week started off with a discussion on research and ways to get involved during residency. We then got a primer on early pregnancy ultrasound and ectopic pregnancy from Dr. Stolz. Our yearly directives series covered personal finance/loans as well as the job search and contract negotiation. Dr. Stettler then gave us some pearls on how to manage the agitated patient. This was followed by Dr. Plash who discussed the removal of GI foreign bodies. We then ended with a visiting lecturer, Michigan Program Director Dr. Laura Hopson, who covered bedside teaching tips and tricks.

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Grand Rounds Recap 6.20.18

Grand Rounds Recap 6.20.18

This academic year’s penultimate Grand Rounds started with Guest Faculty Lecturer Dr. Richard Levitan lecturing on airway tips, tricks, and trouble shooting. Drs. Harrison, Sabedra, and Summers then led small group sessions focused on unique applications of ultrasound. Dr. Hughes discussed TB management in the ED and Dr. Thompson closed out Grand Rounds with pearls on patient management.

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US - Saphenous vein cannulation: Ultrasound of the Month

US - Saphenous vein cannulation: Ultrasound of the Month

Vascular access difficulties…everyone’s favorite. There’s certainly no way to disrupt your flow and efficiency than a patient who you cant get access on. In this month’s ultrasound case of the month, Dr. Jared Ham discusses a technique using ultrasound to get quick and easy access.

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AirCare Series: Pre-Hospital Ultrasound

AirCare Series: Pre-Hospital Ultrasound

This month's AirCare Series post is the first podcast in the series!  In this podcast one of our current interns, Adam Gottula, interviews a graduate of our program, Andrew Latimer.  Dr. Latimer is currently a Senior EMS Fellow at the University of Washington.  In this interview, Dr. Latimer discusses how they use pre-hospital ultrasound at his flight program as well as his thoughts on the future applications of this technology. 

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Grand Rounds Recap 2.7.18

Grand Rounds Recap 2.7.18

This week Dr. Carleton kicked off a lecture series on the pediatric airway by discussing some anatomic and physiologic challenges as well as predictors of difficulty. In the latest installment of our Global Health lecture series, Dr. Lagasse gave us a great review on the unique uses of point of care ultrasound in a resource limited setting. Our R1 Diagnostics curriculum was continue by Dr. Gleimer who discussed the use of PFTs in the ED setting and Drs. Ham & Wright finished things up with an altered mental status CPC presentation. 

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