Summary: The EUP presents educational insight into different ultrasound techniques and possibilities. Take your emergency medicine practice to a new level today!
Depressed the olympics are over? Well, chin up, because you've only seen half of the Sonogames. There hasn't been a finale this exciting since MASH went off the air (we were actually 2 years old, but we heard it was great!). We know the suspense has been killing you, but the wait will be worth it when you see how Boston University pulls it out in the end. Oh, crap! Did we give it away? To be honest we can't really remember who won (it's been over 3 months ago now), but we do remember it was AMAZING! Check it out.
If you're like us and have found yourself thinking all these things at one time or another, then we've got the ultimate competition for you...Sonogames 2012
The Olympics are here! The only problem...no ultrasounding....yet. If this video makes it to the IOC we're pretty sure they'll pick up the SAEM Sonogames idea and it'll be an event in no time. This video is actually just a preview of the Sonogames action to come. Look for it during the Olympic games over the next couple of weeks. And keep watching at the end of this video for a preview of a new project we've been working on for the last 8 months. It'll be dropping sometime in August as well. And you thought July was hot?
Ultrasound is BETTER than chest X-ray for pneumonia!! I'm not sure if we've said that.....in the last day or so. You've seen the studies, though, and now it's time to get down to business! In this episode Vicki Noble teaches us the super cool techniques of ultrasounding for pneumonia, ARDS, and more. We don't waste any time and let her get right to it. WARNING: You're about to get your world rocked. ...and DON'T forget Part 1
An opportunity to learn.....an opportunity to teach. Come join us.
Had a chance to talk with Raj Geria, MD - chair elect for the ACEP Ultrasound Section and Ultrasound Director at UMDNJ - Robert Wood Johnson in New Brunswick, NJ.We got off to a tough start after a heated NFC East debate (don't worry, I wouldn't make you listen to that), but had a chance to hear about his experience at UMDNJ, some details about the upcoming AIUM/ACEP course in Las Vegas next month, and some of the stuff he's hoping to get going during his upcoming term as ACEP EUS Section Chair starting this October. Enjoy!!For those of you who want more information about the AIUM course, check out Point-Of--Care Ultrasound for the Emergency and Critically Ill Patient.
It's here!! "What's here?" you ask. Well, Vicki and lung ultrasound is here, but that's not all. We have a special announcement to make regarding a new project. We noticed a problem and have tried to create a solution over the last couple of months. Our attempt at this solution can be found at www.sonocloud.org and we tell you exactly what that is and why you should care in the first couple minutes of this podcast. Consider it another gift from us to you, but this time we actually need your help to make it all it could be. Listen to find out more.....and enjoy Vicki Noble and your journey to becoming a lung ultrasound master!
Lung Month! We can't ignore the pleas any more. We've gotten too many emails about ultrasound for pneumothorax and pneumonia, and we give. Instead of torturing you with our voices, however, we've got the "Lung Queen", Vicki Noble on to teach us these practice-changing skills. We hope you're as pumped as we are!!
Making Horrible Doctors Decent and Good Doctors GREAT - Using the power of ultrasound in the emergency department can take your practice to a new level. This podcast explains in detail different scans and techniques for using ultrasound to up your game.
Lucky to have Mike Blaivas as the inaugural guest on Stone's Side. We covered advice for setting up a point-of-care ultrasound program, how to deal with opposition from other departments and to plan in advance for obstacles. Also got to talk about his group’s use of TEE (transesophageal echocardiography) in the ED and more…
GET READY for... ...The BIGGEST announcement EVER on the Ultrasound Podcast. If you get all warm inside when listening to Mike and Matt make fools of themselves on international sonovison, but you wish there was more...well now there IS more. What am I talking about? Tune in and turn up for this special edition of Ultrasound Podcast. We'll blow your minds with a quick announcement, then tune in to Episode 2 of the Mike Stone Nerve Block extravaganza. This is quite possibly the most spectacular Sciatic Nerve Block talk that ever occured, (on this podcast at least). Additional resources Ultrasound Guided Nerve Blocks Part I Ultrasound Guided Nerve Blocks Part II Femoral Nerve Block
Well this isn't the first podcast we've done on US guided blocks, but it's the first ever nerve block podcast in the history of mankind to feature so much Mikeness. We promised you big Mikes this month, and now we're gonna deliver. Mike Stone, "The Block Boss" joins us in this episode to chat about ultrasound guided nerve blocks. Mike has done somewhere around a gagillion ultrasound guided blocks, so we basically just pick his brain and try to extract as many morsels for you good people as we can. Enjoy!! Additional resources Ultrasound Guided Nerve Blocks Part I Ultrasound Guided Nerve Blocks Part II Femoral Nerve Block
That's right. We're doing it, Mike Month. Now I know what you're thinking: "Mike Month....it's about time! That's going to be awesome!!" And if you're not thinking that, then you're wrong, because it is going to be awesome. For an explanation watch the attached video. It's just 1 minute, so it's not really that much of a commitment......
It seems that you fine people have an insatiable appetite for cardiac ultrasound. So fine, at the risk of feeding the bears, we're gonna give you some more. There may or may not be such exciting topics at papillary rupture, aortic stenosis, and a new game called "Name that Mustache". Hope you enjoy!
OK, so we feel kind of guilty/lazy... ...about posting these lectures from Castlefest, but they're WAY too good not to. We feel guilty because it saves us hours and hours of editing and creating new videos and such. But we've been getting some requests for more basic topics, and it doesn't get much more basic than this: Renal Ultrasound. So it's not that we've gotten lazy on you.....you asked for this! Before you decide not to download because there's no E/A wave sexiness here take solace in the fact that this is a quicky. 15 min. We tried to talk fast and pack it in for you. Enjoy!