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In this episode I share with you my TOP TIPS for bedside ultrasound (Technically it's 15 tips, but who's counting?) I originally gave this during the virtual SEMPA conference this year (2021). Check it out!

Don’t forget to check out Courses.coreultrasound.com for all your CME educational needs!

If you’re interested in an online ultrasound fellowship, check out www.ultrasoundleadershipacademy.com!

Direct download: Top_5_Final_for_podcast.mp4
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In this ultrasound podcast, I will be discussing a few of my favorite cases. This was initially recorded for the SEMPA virtual conference last week, and I’m stoked to share it with you all here. Check it out and let me know what you think!

Don’t forget to check out Courses.coreultrasound.com for all your CME educational needs!

If you’re interested in an online ultrasound fellowship, check out www.ultrasoundleadershipacademy.com!

Direct download: extreme_US_cases_podcast_smol.mp4
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This week on the podcast I feature a Grand Rounds talk that my bestie Ben Smith gave at the University of Vermont (via Peter Weimersheimer). In this talk, Ben gives us his best pearls on how to educate effectively, using ultrasound as the educational product. Check it out below!

Don't forget to check out our website: Coreultrasound.com, as well as our content courses at courses.coreultrasound.com!

Direct download: Vermont_podcast_Final_Smol.mp4
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This week I had the pleasure of giving a virtual lecture for the Utah College of Emergency Physicians meeting, and I recorded it for your viewing pleasure! The RUSH exam (the version that I use) was invented by Scott Weingart a few years ago and is super useful in patients with undifferentiated hypotension. It stands for "Rapid Ultrasound in Shock and Hypotension". Check it out here!

Make sure to check out my website, www.coreultrasound.com. If you're interested in some online courses, check out www.courses.coreultrasound.com

Direct download: RUSH_USP_smol.mp4
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This week we have a special guest host, Michael Prats, from the Ultrasound GEL podcast. In this episode, Mike speaks with Dr. Rafael Blanco about the blocks he created, the Pecs 1 block, the Pecs 2 block and the Serratus blocks! If you want to know how to perform the serratus block, click here.

Don’t forget to check out courses.coreultrasound.com for all your educational needs

 

Direct download: Rafa_interview_Final_Podcast.mp4
Category:general -- posted at: 2:17pm EDT

In this episode, I demonstrate a case of early tamponade in which only right atrial diastolic collapse is visualized (rather than the oft-quoted right ventricular diastolic collapse), as well as review the literature on the sonographic findings.  I also suggest that maybe tamponade should be considered more of a sonographic diagnosis rather than a clinical diagnosis.  Check it out for more info!

On a side note, Terren Trott, Ben Smith and I are going to be putting together a new live and online ultrasound course March 15-16th! We’re going to spend the first day talking about content creation and the second day talking about how to run an ultrasound division.

The content creation course will cover how to create online presentations, how to use microblogging platforms (such as twitter and instagram) and how to give in-person presentations. The ultrasound management course will involve topics that will help you run a successful ultrasound program at your institution.

With registration, you will be given access to the recorded lectures for 12 months after the course!

Here's the link for more information: https://www.coreultrasound.com/cc_mgmt/ 

Direct download: Tamponade_smol.mp4
Category:general -- posted at: 9:46am EDT

The Ultrasound Leadership Academy is an online ultrasound fellowship that is designed to help clinicians learn bedside ultrasound if they hadn’t gotten the training during their residencies. I was honored to be asked to revamp their curriculum as well as being on their board last year. This lecture is a recording of a live lecture that Dr. Claire Heslop gave last month on cardiac ultrasound. After the lecture myself and few of the other ULA professors have a bit of a question and answer session as well. 

On a side note, Terren Trott, Ben Smith and I are going to be putting together a new live and online ultrasound course March 15-16th! We’re going to spend the first day talking about content creation and the second day talking about how to run an ultrasound division.

The content creation course will cover how to create online presentations, how to use microblogging platforms (such as twitter and instagram) and how to give in-person presentations. The ultrasound management course will involve topics that will help you run a successful ultrasound program at your institution.

With registration, you will be given access to the recorded lectures for 12 months after the course!

Here's the link for more information: https://www.coreultrasound.com/cc_mgmt/ 

Direct download: Claire_ULA_lecture.mp4
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I recently realized that I don’t really have that much soft tissue content on the website or podcast and decided I needed to do something about that. The basic differentiation between cellulitis and abscess is unlikely to save a life as speedily as identifying cardiac tamponade will, but it is still vitally important. Skin infections are very common, and choosing the appropriate treatment strategy for them is of utmost importance. What WILL save a life is differentiating between a necrotizing soft tissue infection and cellulitis, which I also delve into in this talk. This vodcast was recording during our residency didactics. Check it out below!

If you’d like to learn from us, check out courses.coreultrasound.com and if you’re interested in an online ultrasound fellowship, check out ultrasoundleadershipacademy.com

Direct download: Soft_TIssue_ultrasound_podcast_podcast.mp4
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Last week I shared with you a conversation I had with Dr. Resa Lewiss on the importance of mentoring. (In case you missed it, Dr. Lewiss is an amazing individual! She is a practicing emergency physician/Professor of Emergency Medicine who works in Philadelphia, is the creator of The Visible Voices podcast and is one of the founding members of TIME’s UP healthcare, a non-profit initiative that advocates for safety and equity in healthcare.This week, I get the pleasure of sharing with you our conversation on how COVID has affected how we teach bedside ultrasound. Check it out!

 

If you'd like to learn from us, check out courses.coreultrasound.com and if you're interested in an online ultrasound fellowship, check out ultrasoundleadershipacademy.com

Direct download: Resa_Lewiss_and_Mentoring.m4a
Category: -- posted at: 3:58pm EDT

In this podcast we feature a cross-post from the EM Stud podcast where they interview our very own Ben Smith, MD on how to make your computer’s webcam and speaker look obsolete. Check out the EM Stud website here!

Other DIY webcam videos on YouTube:

We are planning on offering an online course in March 2021 on how to create online content and an ultrasound management course on the courses.coreultrasound.com section of the website. Stay tuned for more info!

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Patients with acute pain can be challenging to manage in the ED. This week, I speak with two pain control experts: Dr. Alexis LaPietra and Dr. Katherine Vlasica. They both completed a pain management fellowship at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in New Jersey. Dr. LaPietra is the founder and creator of the Alternatives to Opiates (ALTO) program and the newly formed Pain Management Section of ACEP. Both are actively involved in a multi-modal approach to pain control in the ED, often including ultrasound-guided nerve blocks. This podcast is the audio version of the interview.  If you'd like to see the video of the interview, check out www.coreultrasound.com!

If you’re interested in some great online ultrasound education, check out Core Ultrasound Courses. If you’d also like to complete an online ultrasound fellowship, check out the Ultrasound Leadership Academy!

 

Direct download: _Screenflow_pain_mgmt_audio_only.m4a
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