Sun, 29 August 2021
In this weeks podcast, Jacob talks about all things cardiac arrest ultrasound. He tackles 3 different topics starting with ID'ing reversible causes. Not all of the H's and T's are amenable to ultrasound diagnosis, but you can use ultrasound for: Tamponade, Tension PTX, Thromboses, Trauma and Hypovolemia. With procedures, ultrasound-guidance is key, but don't forget that an IO is much faster. Ultrasound-guided pulse checks maybe are a little controversial if you just read abstracts. Remember: ten seconds = ten seconds. The ultrasound does not prolong pulse checks, humans prolong pulse checks. Enjoy!
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Direct download: Pocus_and_arrest_2021_Podcast_2.mp4
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Sun, 1 August 2021
In this video I share with you a summary of the 3 main leg blocks from a lecture I gave at WINFOCUS this year. While I don't cover suprainguinal fascia iliaca or PENG blocks in this talk, we have links to how to perform them elsewhere on the website. Looking forward to hearing what you all think!