This video details: how bedside medical ultrasound imaging of the shoulder enables clinicians to rapidly and effectively identify and evaluate soft tissue tears, the anatomy of the shoulder, and scanning techniques.
Bedside ultrasound imaging and a phased array probe can be used to evaluate cardiac structures and health, the presence of pericardial effusion, and evaluation of the left heart chamber valves and size.
This video details the use of bedside ultrasound imaging and a phased array probe to evaluate cardiac health and structure, especially when evaluating the left heart chambers and valves, or investigating for paracardial effusion.
Use ultrasound imaging to help identify deep and nonpalpable veins that can accommodate the placement of an IV catheter. Doppler color flow is used to differentiate the brachial artery from other anatomical structures.
Use ultrasound imaging to identify anatomy prior to intravenous catheter needle punctures, verify needle depth, and use dynamic techniques for attaining optimal needle guidance during deep vein cannulation & IV placement.
Series 1 of 4, This video represents a comprehensive algorithm for the integration of bedside ultrasound for patients in shock. By focusing on "Pump, Tank, and the Pipes," clinicians will gain crucial anatomic and physiologic data to better care for these patients.