On-Demand Point-of-Care Ultrasound Webinars


On Demand Presentation / In this webinar, Tracy Norman, VMD, DACVIM presents the appropriate application of the Fast Localized Abdominal Sonography of Horses, also known as the F.L.A.S.H exam. She reviews the technique and relevant anatomy, and provides relevant examples of commonly identified pathology.

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Point-of-Care Echocardiography – Part 1

On Demand Presentation / Robert Arntfield, MD presents Point-of-Care Echocardiography – Part 1. Upon viewing this webinar in its entirety, viewers will begin developing a cognitive framework for acquiring, interpreting and integrating images related to the assessment of: gross left ventricular systolic function, gross right ventricular size and function, pericardial effusion, and IVC and volume status. Also, basic cardiac views that are used to evaluate the heart during a focused bedside cardiac exam are reviewed.

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Focused Cardiac Ultrasound (FoCUS)

On Demand Presentation /Dr. Stephen Haskins presents the emerging role of focused cardiac ultrasound as a powerful tool for the anesthesiologist in the perioperative setting. He discusses how point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) changes the way patients should be evaluated, and how medical decisions are made. He highlights ultrasound as a change agent for the future of the physical exam, and explains how technology has the ability to rapidly bridge the education and experience gap in medicine. Dr. Haskins also describes the differences between the transthoracic echocardiography (TTE) and the transesophageal echocardiography (TEE), shows the different focused cardiac ultrasound (FoCUS) views, and discusses a literature review on POCUS in perioperative care, including the FATE protocol.

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A Four-Year Undergraduate Ultrasound Curriculum

On Demand Presentation /Dr. Peter Steinmetz, Director of Undergraduate Bedside Ultrasound Teaching at McGill University presents this webinar to describe how ultrasound helps students learn anatomy and improve their clinical assessment, demonstrate how to start and integrate ultrasound into an already-full curriculum, and outline ways to develop faculty and resources to support an ultrasound curriculum in a four-year undergraduate program.

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Ultrasound for Neuraxial Analgesia/Anesthesia Webinar

On Demand Presentation / In this webinar, Jeffrey Gonzales, MD, MA discusses the uses of ultrasound for neuraxial analgesia and anesthesia. Specifically, he discusses the utility of ultrasound for epidural and subarachnoid (SAB) access, reviews the potential advantages of utilizing ultrasound for epidural/SAB access, demonstrates optimal visualization of posterior complex in both SAX and LAX views of lumbar spine, and demonstrates scanning and identification techniques with ultrasound for epidural/SAB access.

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