EFAST 5 Min Vid
November 24, 2015

EFAST 5 Min Vid

Learn the EFAST in 7 minutes!

 

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Pulmonary Contusion – 5 Min Vid
September 18, 2015

Pulmonary Contusion – 5 Min Vid

Learn to identify pulmonary contusions in <5 mins!

5 minutes too long? Check out this 5 second sono!

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5 Second Sono – Pulmonary Contusion

5 Second Sono – Pulmonary Contusion

Learn to evaluate for pulmonary contusions in <5 seconds!

This examination and terminology assumes that you have a patient with known chest trauma. Normal Lung   Focal B-lines = Sensitive for evaluation of pulmonary contusion   C-lines (AKA subpleural consolidations) = Specific for a pulmonary contusion

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5 Second Sono – Gallbladder
August 23, 2015

5 Second Sono – Gallbladder

Learn gallbladder ultrasound in <5 seconds

Place probe in longitudinal orientation in either subcostal or X-7cm approach. Normal:   Stones:   Common Bile duct: (abnormal >7mm inner diameter)

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Gallbladder – 5 Min Vid

Gallbladder – 5 Min Vid

Learn GB ultrasound in <6 mins!

5 minutes too long? Check out this 5 second sono!

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Aortic Dissection – 5 Min Vid
August 6, 2015

Aortic Dissection – 5 Min Vid

Learn Aortic Dissection in <5 minutes!

5 minutes too long? Check out this 5 second sono!

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IVC – 5 Minute Vid
July 15, 2015

IVC – 5 Minute Vid

Learn the IVC in ~ 5 mins!

5 mins too long? Check out this 5 Second Sono!

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5 second sono – IVC

5 second sono – IVC

Learn IVC in <5 seconds!

Use the curvilinear or phased-array probe with the probe marker facing towards the patients head in the subxiphoid area. Collapsing IVC: Dilated IVC:

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Right Heart Strain – 5 min vid
July 6, 2015

Right Heart Strain – 5 min vid

Learn right heart strain in <6 mins!

  5 mins too long? Check out this 5 Second Sono!

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5 Second Sono – Consensual Light Reflex
June 19, 2015

5 Second Sono – Consensual Light Reflex

Learn consensual light reflex in < 5 seconds!

Two ways of doing it (both with patients eyes closed): Transverse view – Patient looks straight ahead, transducer faces straight back Coronal view – Patient looks down to their feet,¬†Probe angled inferiorly  

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