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 Ultrasound guided CPR Part 1.  How we’re doing it wrong.  #foamed | File Type: video/x-m4v | Duration: 22:09

So listen up people!  You’re doing cardiac arrest resuscitation all wrong!  What’s wrong with you?!?!  Ok, that’s a little harsh.  We’re not really saying that at all.  We just think, based on recent evidence and new technology, that it could be done a little better and we’re gonna explain what we mean.  Accept our humble apologies for the rude beginning. Also, BIG change to SonoNorway.com.  You all were rather adamant, and you’re getting your way.  The course is being moved from the boat to an incredible location in Oslo.  Go to Sononorway.com for more information.  There are a few spots left, but this is what people asked for, so those spots will be gone super quick. We’ll have part 2 of this ultrasound guided resuscitation podcast up for you in no time.  Check back soon! Follow us:  @ultrasoundpod Learn with us:  www.ultrasoundleadershipacademy.com Register:  Yellowstone Course or Norway Inkling.com eBook   iTunes versions if you prefer the iBooks Textbook format: Volume 1 Volume 2 One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for iOS One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for Android

 Quit Mainstemming kids 30% of the time!  #foamed Airway Ultrasound with @pempocus. | File Type: video/x-m4v | Duration: 24:19

We know you’re awesome and you never mainstem intubate children or adults.  Of course, the literature says even the best peds EM trained docs mainstem about 30% of the time, but you’re best of the best.  However, if others are doing this, you should at least watch this so you can “help them”……right? Enjoy….. Follow us:  @ultrasoundpod Learn with us:  www.ultrasoundleadershipacademy.com Register:  Yellowstone Course or Norway Inkling.com eBook   iTunes versions if you prefer the iBooks Textbook format: Volume 1 Volume 2 One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for iOS One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for Android

 Endomyometrial Thickness Measurement for Interstitial Ectopic Pregnancy with @ultrasoundREL.  #FOAMED | File Type: video/x-m4v | Duration: 36:52

Wow, that is a mouth full.  Luckily, we have Resa Lewiss, the current chair of the ACEP ultrasound section, to go over this with us.  It came to our attention based on an article that Resa was the lead author on, and to be honest we didn’t know what to do with it.  So we decided we better figure that out. Also, at the very bottom of this are some show notes for you that you can refer to while listening or afterwards…..whatever floats your boat (does anyone know what that means?). Follow us:  @ultrasoundpod Learn with us:  www.ultrasoundleadershipacademy.com Register:  Cabo Course or Yellowstone Course or Norway Inkling.com eBook   iTunes versions if you prefer the iBooks Textbook format: Volume 1 Volume 2 One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for iOS One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for Android Discussed on this podcast: Dr Resa Lewiss tells us about interstitial ectopics and how to measure the myometrial mantle to help diagnose this rare disease. Interstitial ectopics – higher risk for morbidity and mortality but rare. Risk of interstitial ectopic in 2-4% of all ectopics. Risk of ectopics 2% of all pregnancies, but  6-16%% of all 1st trimester pregnancies presenting to the emergency department. Thus risk of interstitial ectopic ~2-3/500 1st trimester pregnancy patients (ish) no prospective studies – so who knows! 8mm – no worries playa 1 J Ultrasound Med. 2014 Jul;33(7):1143-6. 2 Obstet Gynecol Surv. 2013 Aug;68(8):571-8

 1st trimester pregnancy ultrasound part 2: ectopic & other topics #FOAMED | File Type: video/x-m4v | Duration: 30:06

Alright, so hopefully you didn’t have any worrisome pregnant patients come in between last week when we left you hanging until now.  If so, call them back after you watch this.  Hopefully this will clear things up and give you the info you need to deliver the care they deserve. Before you hit play, though, we need to give you some quick conference updates. Castlefest is SOLD OUT. You can sign up for the waiting list on the website. Yellowstone we still have spots for.  This is a 4-day course in Jackson Hole, WY.  Amazing place!  Ran in conjunction with The Airway course by Rich Levitan. Register now. Norway – Remember the course on a cruise ship under the northern lights?  Time is RUNNING OUT!  Registration deadline is 12/5…..if the spots last that long. Register now. Sweden – There are still some spots, but just a few.  This is the course in a Japanese Spa in Stockholm.  Yeah, you saw the pictures.  Insane.  It will be the time of your life. Register now. Follow us:  @ultrasoundpod Learn with us:  www.ultrasoundleadershipacademy.com Inkling.com eBook   iTunes versions if you prefer the iBooks Textbook format: Volume 1 Volume 2 One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for iOS One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for Android

 Pregnancy Ultrasound part 1. #foamed Back to back to basics….and Cabo update | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 20:36

You probably remember us starting a “back to the basics” series about 9 months ago.  We did pretty good for 5-6 episodes…..but then our attention span got the best of us and we started doing crazy advanced stuff again.  Sorry. So, we wanted to get back to some basics and cover some super fundamental topics that we’ve never talked about here on the podcast.  One of those:  1st trimester pregnancy.  We have a trio of episodes coming at you, starting with the basics and then ending with some advanced, more controversial stuff. Also, as you’ll see here in the episode, the Cabo Course, just got WAY better. We’re now going to be teaching hands on ultrasound and there will be hands on airway teaching with Levitan, Weingart, Sloas, and Rob Orman. It’s gonna be awesome.  Check it out at www.cabocme.com. Follow us:  @ultrasoundpod Learn with us:  www.ultrasoundleadershipacademy.com Register:  Cabo Course or Yellowstone Course or Sweden or Norway Inkling.com eBook   iTunes versions if you prefer the iBooks Textbook format: Volume 1 Volume 2 One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for iOS One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for Android

 Appendicitis ultrasound part 2 with @mud5hark & @chrismuhr | File Type: video/x-m4v | Duration: 26:45

In the last podcast we went over some literature and had a jolly ole time discussing appendicitis ultrasound in general.  Doesn’t do you much good, though, if you we don’t show you how, right?  So, let’s remedy that. In this episode we’ll show you how we do it, and then we’ll get a true expert to demonstrate.  We’ve done a lot of these, but not nearly as many as Jesper Danielson.  We met Jesper at Sonosweden last year, and we were blown away by his bowel ultrasound skills.  So we’ve convinced him to share those skills with you.  You’re welcome. Speaking of Sonosweden, remember, we’re all doing it (and by “it” we mean learning ultrasound in a Japanese Spa) again.  And if you want to join us in Norway right afterwards for a cruise up the Norwegian coastline under the Northern Lights to learn some advance ultrasound, we’ll be there as well. Register for Sonosweden Register for Sononorway Follow us:  @ultrasoundpod Learn with us:  www.ultrasoundleadershipacademy.com Register:  Castlefest 2015 or Yellowstone Course Inkling.com eBook   iTunes versions if you prefer the iBooks Textbook format: Volume 1 Volume 2 One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for iOS One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for Android

 Appendicitis Remix: Part 1.  #foamed. Ultrasound in a spa & on a cruise! | File Type: video/x-m4v | Duration: 20:27

I’m sure you don’t remember, but our first episode ever was on ultrasound for appendicitis.  But that was a long time ago…..like 3 years.  So it’s time to revisit.  There’s new data, and there’s room for improvement.  In this episode we do something a little different than normal.  Instead of giving you a “great save” story, we’re gonna talk about how it can go wrong.  What we don’t want to do is scare you away from doing this exam.  However, it’s important to inject some humility occasionally, especially when we’re talking about an advanced scan.  This can be screwed up if you don’t know exactly how to perform it and exactly how to apply it clinically to your patient. We’re also SUPER excited to tell you about Sonosweden and Sononorway.  Now last year, Sonosweden was sold out within about a week of talking about it on the podcast, so a lot of people missed out.  Don’t miss out this year.  It’s bigger and better, and if ultrasounding in a Japanese Spa while wearing a robe isn’t enough for you, we’re moving the whole party to a cruise ship in Norway after the Spa course ends this year.  Listen to the podcast for more info. Lastly, we’ll be bringing you more of the exact “how to” part very soon.  Stay tuned. Last reminder:  If you haven’t commented on or rated the podcast, please do, but only if it’s positive and you can give us 5 stars.  Email us if you can’t give us a 5 and we’ll try to do better.  It takes you

 Lung Ultrasound Journal Club part 2 with @nobleultrasound, @aliteplo, @poppaspearls, and author Christian Laursen.  #foamed | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 31:31

We know it’s been an agonizing several days waiting for part 2, but the wait is over!  The conclusion to the longest journal club ever is here.  You thought we couldn’t drag it out any more didn’t you! Yes, these are a bit longer than the normal 20 minute podcasts, but it’s worth it.  We’ve got some really smart people here, and we think you should hear what they have to say. If you missed the first episode, STOP what you’re doing.  Check out Lung Ultrasound Journal Club Part 1 here.  And if you’re totally lost, we’re talking about this article: Point-of-care utlrasonography in patients admitted with respiratory symptoms: a single-blind, randomized controlled trial. Coming up next, we’re getting in the way back machine and going back to the first podcast we ever did, appendicitis.  A lot has changed in the 3+ years (wow, we’ve been doing this for 3+ years!) since we did that first podcast.  Plus, we’ve met lots of people much smarter than us to talk about and demonstrate how to do it.  So we’re taking advantage.  Chris Muhr, Jesper Danielson, and Martin Bergman, the Super Swedes from……..well, Sweden, will be joining us.  See you then! Another reminder:  If you haven’t commented on or rated the podcast, please do, but only if it’s positive and you can give us 5 stars.  Email us if you can’t give us a 5 and we’ll try to do better.  It takes you

 Lung US Journal Club Part 1 with @nobleultrasound and @aliteplo.  #foamed.  Lancet article discussed with first author, Christian Laursen.  | File Type: video/x-m4v | Duration: 31:16

Point-of-care ultrasonography in patients admitted with respiratory symptoms: a single-blind, randomized controlled trial. The title is a mouth full and when you read it it’s definitely a brain full.  This is an incredible study with some incredible results.  If you just read the abstract you see that the correct diagnosis is made 88% of the time within 4 hours with ultrasound used and only 63% without ultrasound.  BIG WIN! However, when you read the paper, you notice some very head-scratching things.  There may be trends towards more diagnostic testing, more treatment, and possibly increased mortality and morbidity when ultrasound is used.  So a lot of people have talked about this and wondered if it was real. Well, we wanted to dive even deeper and talk with the author of the paper.  Let’s dissect the paper and discuss what wasn’t in it.  What are we missing? Luckily, Vicki Noble and Andrew Liteplo have helped us out.  Here is the fruit of our labor……actually the first part of the fruit of our labor.  We’ll harvest the rest of the fruit for you in just a few days.  Patience….. One other reminder.  If you haven’t commented on or rated the podcast, please do, but only if it’s positive and you can give us 5 stars.  Email us if you can’t give us a 5 and we’ll try to do better.  It takes you

 Intussusception part 2 with @pemedpocast.  Also, more info on www.yellowstoneultrasound.com.  #foamed  | File Type: video/x-m4v | Duration: 16:13

Have you been scanning some little bellies for turducken?  We sure hope so.  If you’ve waiting to hear from the man, Andy Sloas, before diving in, then the wait’s over.  Here he is for Intussusception Part 2.  He does this all the time and is a scanning maniac.  Like Russ, he knows his stuff. Last week we mentioned in the show notes that we’d be doing some teaching the week before SMACC in one of the most beautiful places on earth, Jackson Hole, WY.  We’ll tell you a little more about it in this podcast.  People are already registered, though, so you better get on it.  Register NOW.  While you’re at it, go ahead and register for SMACC also……actually, I just noticed registration for that isn’t open until November.  Well, put it on your to do list.  They’re both going to be amazing educational experiences. Lastly, we told you about our Course in a Box concept last week on the podcast, but we didn’t mention where that was.  You can find a link on the homepage of the podcast now, so go check it out. Next podcast:  Lung ultrasound.  Does it lead to over-testing or is it an absolute must for anyone with respiratory distress.  We’ll hash that out with some super smart people. Follow us:  @ultrasoundpod Learn with us:  www.ultrasoundleadershipacademy.com Register:  Castlefest 2015 and/or Yellowstone Course Inkling.com eBook   iTunes versions if you prefer the iBooks Textbook format: Volume 1 Volume 2 One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for iOS One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for Android

 Intuss with Russ!  Let’s talk about ultrasound for intussusception.  Also, want to learn ultrasound in Yellowstone?  #foamed | File Type: video/x-m4v | Duration: 30:28

You’ve got a little bugger with belly pain and they may have intussusception…..or they could just have gastro.  How to know?  Well, this isn’t the xray podcast.  Of course, you’re going to ultrasound them.  Or if you’re not, watch this and hopefully you will afterwards. Turns out ultrasound for intussusception isn’t that difficult.  There’s pretty good research on point of care providers doing it, and we’ve got Russ Horowitz from the University of Chicago on to show you how. Also, we’re teaming up with Rich Levitan in Jackson Hole, WY at Jackson Lake Lodge next year to put on an ultrasound course at the same time as his airway course.  It’s an incredible place, and it’ll be an incredible course!  Register and find out at www.yellowstoneultrasound.com.  It’s the week before SMACC next year, so a perfect bonus course if you happen to be over here anyway.  Of course, if you’re a member of the Ultrasound Leadership Academy, this course is included in the Academy.  See you there! Follow us:  @ultrasoundpod Learn with us:  www.ultrasoundleadershipacademy.com Register:  Castlefest 2015 or Yellowstone Course Inkling.com eBook   iTunes versions if you prefer the iBooks Textbook format: Volume 1 Volume 2 One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for iOS One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for Android

  TEE part 3, new resus project with @emcrit and @criticalcarenow, and new joke of the week! #foamed  | File Type: video/x-m4v | Duration: Unknown

WOW, lots going on here.  Would give you a long description of each……but why don’t you just listen.  I’ll sum it up. 1.  TEE Finale:  This is it.  Done with TEE.  Mike describes how exactly to get started using this with a lecture straight from The Ultrasound Leadership Academy. 2.  Resuscitation Leadership Academy:  This is a project we’ve been working on with Scott Weingart and Haney Mallemat that we’re SUPER excited about. 3.  Joke of the week:  Not many people know Jody, but those who do know him understand how valuable a part of the podcast he is.  He edits, fixes things, does IT stuff…..and make us laugh (most important).  So we’re gonna start sharing him with you via a random, ridiculous joke at the end of each podcast.  Waste of your time?  Well, then just cut off before then and go do something “more important” than laugh. Follow us:  @ultrasoundpod Learn with us:  www.ultrasoundleadershipacademy.com Register:  Castlefest 2015 Find out more:  www.resusleadershipacademy.com Inkling.com eBook   iTunes versions if you prefer the iBooks Textbook format: Volume 1 Volume 2 One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for iOS One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for Android

 TEE part 2 with @arntfield. #foamed. Also, EDECMO lab by @drbellezzo, @zackshiner, and @emcrit at www.castlefest2015.com | File Type: video/x-m4v | Duration: Unknown

OK, so here it is. Rob’s gonna show us exactly how to do this.  How to take those 800 normal Transesophageal Echocardiography (TEE) views and distill it down into a few key views.  We know you aren’t doing this yet, but we think it’s coming.  Just a matter of time.  Get ahead of the curve. And yes, you read the title right.  The EDECMO folks, Shiner, Bellezzo, and Weingart will be teaching an ECMO lab at Castlefest.  Sure, it’s not really an “ultrasound procedure”, but we’re obsessed with this cutting edge, futuristic technique of saving lives that couldn’t be saved otherwise.  So we convinced them to come out to Castlefest, mainly so we could learn it from them, but if you’re coming, you may as well learn as well.  We’re super pumped about this!  You can sign up on the Castlefest website now.  Oh yeah, Rob will be there again teaching TEE.  We’ll run some ultimate simulations with ECMO, TEE, and all kinds of things that make us as excited as a tick on a fat dog. Follow us:  @ultrasoundpod Learn with us:  www.ultrasoundleadershipacademy.com Register:  Castlefest 2015 Inkling.com eBook   iTunes versions if you prefer the iBooks Textbook format: Volume 1 Volume 2 One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for iOS One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for Android

 Bedside TEE with @arntfield Part 1.  Yes, you heard right.  Point of care providers doing TEE.  It just got real.  #foamed | File Type: video/x-m4v | Duration: Unknown

At Castlefest 2014, Rob Arntfield blew our minds with his point of care Transesophageal Echocardiography (TEE) talk.  He showed us why and how we could and should be doing point of care TEE.  Then we all practiced on simulators.  It was a phenomenal experience, and he’s agreed to come back in 2015 and do it all again.  So if you haven’t signed up, do that NOW! However, we think this is too important to just teach to Castlefestians, so we want to #foamed it out to all of you.  The truth is, this isn’t the hardest thing in the world to do.  It sounds scarier than it really is.  If you can get your hands on a simulator to practice, you can totally learn this……probably more quickly than TTE.  That’s the experience of most people who do this.  The windows are really much easier. We’ll be getting part 2 out to you very soon.  In the meantime if you want to read more, then pick up Introduction to Bedside Ultrasound that has a chapter on this written by the man himself, Robert T. Arntfield.  Or hangout with him as part of the Ultrasound Leadership Academy or come practice with him and us at Castlefest. Follow us:  @ultrasoundpod Learn with us:  www.ultrasoundleadershipacademy.com Register:  Castlefest 2015 Inkling.com eBook   iTunes versions if you prefer the iBooks Textbook format: Volume 1 Volume 2 One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for iOS One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for Android

 Cardiac valve assessment part 2 with @arntfield. GE Vscan dual probe machine update. #foamed | File Type: video/x-m4v | Duration: 22:31

 What?!?!  Why is there a company mentioned in this episode!?!?  Have Mike and Matt sold out?  No, we take nothing from GE or any other company, but we’re excited about this new machine, and while we hesitated at first, we realized that this is important to our listeners and we decided to talk about it. Now, for the education.  This is the second part of the cardiac valve assessment talk done by Rob Arntfield at Castlefest last year.  He’s coming back this year and will be teaching valves again at Castlefest, so sign up now.  No reason to wait for some awesome education, though.  Learn now, start practicing, and then when you’re scanning with Arntfield at Castlefest then you’ll already know what you’re doing and can focus on the advanced stuff.  For now, let’s keep talking about the basics. Lastly, the ebooks are free on itunes this weekend (Friday and Saturday 6/20-21).  We got another request from medical students for this weekend, and we find it impossible to say no.  You may as well take advantage. Follow us:  @ultrasoundpod Learn with us:  www.ultrasoundleadershipacademy.com Register:  Castlefest 2015 Inkling.com eBook   iTunes versions if you prefer the iBooks Textbook format: Volume 1 Volume 2 One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for iOS One Minute Ultrasound Smartphone App for Android

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