Series 4 of 4, This video represents a comprehensive algorithym for the intergration 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.
Using bedside ultrasound imaging when performing paracentesis, identifying ideal candidates for this procedure, mapping the internal jugular vein and ascites to determine an ideal puncture point, needle depth, and needle trajectory.
This video details how bedside ultrasound imaging can be used to guide thoracentesis, detect pleural fluid levels, and analyze patient anatomy. It also discusses patient positioning during the thoracentesis and probe placement.
This video details how to acquire accurate CIMT examination measurements, including ultrasound transducer positioning, as well as how to create a report at the conclusion of the ultrasound examination.
This video details how ultrasound technology can be used to perform a bilateral examination to evaluate the carotid arteries for CIMT, as well as clinician and patient positioning, and ultrasound transducer orientation.