Pocket Guide to POCUS: Point-of-Care Tips for Point-of-Care Ultrasound (Videos)

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148 Videos
File Size = 458.00 MB

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Course/Book Format:

148 Videos
File Size = 458.00 MB

Course/Book Details (Overview + Topics/Speakers):

 

VIDEOS INCLUDED:

  1. Video 01-01: Cardinal Movements
  2. Video 02-01: Acoustic Shadowing
  3. Video 02-02: Posterior Acoustic Enhancement
  4. Video 02-03: Reverberation Artifact
  5. Video 02-04: Mirror Artifact
  6. Video 02-05: Edge Artifact
  7. Video 02-06: Orientation Check
  8. Video 02-07: Color Doppler
  9. Video 03-01: Hand Position Longitudinal
  10. Video 03-02: Hand Position Transverse
  11. Video 03-03: Upper Arm Anatomy
  12. Video 03-04: Forearm Anatomy
  13. Video 03-05: Accessing the Vessel in Transverse
  14. Video 03-06: Accessing the Vessel in Longitudinal
  15. Video 03-07: Needle through the Posterior Wall
  16. Video 03-08: Lymph Node
  17. Video 03-09: Superficial Thrombophlebitis
  18. Video 03-10: Infiltrated Line – Longitudinal
  19. Video 03-11: Valve
  20. Video 04-01: Normal RUQ
  21. Video 04-02: Normal LUQ
  22. Video 04-03: Normal Subxiphoid
  23. Video 04-04: Normal Pelvic
  24. Video 04-05: Abnormal RUQ
  25. Video 04-06: Abnormal LUQ
  26. Video 04-07: Abnormal Pelvic – Female
  27. Video 04-08: Loculated Ascites
  28. Video 04-09: Abnormal Pelvic – Male
  29. Video 04-10: Seminal Vesicles
  30. Video 04-11: LUQ Fluid Filled Stomach
  31. Video 05-01: Free fluid in right lower quadrant
  32. Video 05-02: Vessel check with linear transducer
  33. Video 05-03: Real time needle guidance
  34. Video 05-04: Vessel check with color Doppler
  35. Video 05-05: Safe Pocket of Ascites
  36. Video 05-06: Free fluid compared to fluid in viscera
  37. Video 05-07: Ascites with liver tip in view
  38. Video 05-08: Ascites with spleen tip in view
  39. Video 05-09: Full bladder
  40. Video 05-10: Loculated ascites
  41. Video 05-11: Epigastric vessels
  42. Video 05-12: Shallow ascites with visible stool
  43. Video 06-01: A lines
  44. Video 06-02: Lung curtain
  45. Video 06-03: Lung sliding
  46. Video 06-04: B lines
  47. Video 06-05: Consolidation
  48. Video 06-06: Stratosphere sign
  49. Video 06-07: Pleural effusion
  50. Video 06-08: Subpleural consolidations
  51. Video 06-09: Z lines
  52. Video 06-10: Shred sign
  53. Video 07-01: Left lung base
  54. Video 07-02: Right lung base
  55. Video 07-03: Rib shadow
  56. Video 07-04: Depth measurement
  57. Video 07-05: Small effusion
  58. Video 07-06: Dense atelectasis
  59. Video 07-07: Loculated effusion
  60. Video 07-08: Single loculation
  61. Video 07-09: Pleural mass
  62. Video 07-10: Large effusion
  63. Video 08-01: Parasternal long axis view (PLAX)
  64. Video 08-02: Parasternal short axis view (PSSA)
  65. Video 08-03: Apical four chamber view (A4C)
  66. Video 08-04: Subxiphoid view
  67. Video 08-05: Transverse view of the Inferior Vena Cava (IVC)
  68. Video 08-06: Longitudinal view of the Inferior vena cava (IVC)
  69. Video 08-07: High Ejection fraction PSSA
  70. Video 08-08: Parasternal long axis view with pericardial effusion
  71. Video 08-09: Pleural effusion in the parasternal long axis view
  72. Video 08-10: Low Ejection fraction in the parasternal long axis
  73. Video 08-11: Tamponade in the parasternal long axis view
  74. Video 08-12: Right ventricular enlargement in the parasternal long axis view
  75. Video 08-13: Right ventricular enlargement in the parasternal short axis view
  76. Video 08-14: Low Ejection fraction in the parasternal short axis
  77. Video 08-15: Parasternal short axis view with a pericardial effusion
  78. Video 08-16: Apical four chamber view (A4C) with a low ejection fraction
  79. Video 08-17: Apical four chamber view (A4C) with a pericardial effusion
  80. Video 08-18: Apical four chamber view with dilated right ventricle
  81. Video 08-19: Subxiphoid view with pericardial effusion
  82. Video 08-20: Transverse view of a dilated inferior vena cava
  83. Video 08-21: Longitudinal view of a flat inferior vena cava
  84. Video 09-01: Transverse view of a normal inferior vena cava
  85. Video 09-02: Longitudinal view of a normal IVC
  86. Video 09-03: A lines at the apex of normal lungs
  87. Video 09-04: Longitudinal view of the internal jugular vein
  88. Video 09-05: Normal parasternal long axis view
  89. Video 09-06: Normal parasternal short axis
  90. Video 09-07: Longitudinal view of a flat inferior vena cava
  91. Video 09-08: Transverse view of a flat inferior vena cava
  92. Video 09-09: Longitudinal view of a plethoric IVC
  93. Video 09-10: Transverse view of a plethoric IVC
  94. Video 09-11: Discrete B lines in a patient with early pulmonary edema
  95. Video 09-12: Coalescent B lines in a patient with severe pulmonary edema
  96. Video 09-13: Enlarged left atrium in a parasternal view
  97. Video 09-14: Decreased left ventricular end diastolic diameter in the parasternal short view
  98. Video 10-01: Anatomy scan of normal femoral vessels
  99. Video 10-02: Compression of normal femoral vessels
  100. Video 10-03: Anatomy scan of normal popliteal vessels
  101. Video 10-04: Compression of normal popliteal vessels
  102. Video 10-05: Incompressible femoral vein
  103. Video 10-06: Incompressible popliteal vein
  104. Video 10-07: Visible thrombus in multiple vessels
  105. Video 10-08: Baker’s cyst
  106. Video 10-09: Lymph node
  107. Video 10-10: Superficial Thrombophlebitis
  108. Video 11-01: Transverse view of carotid and internal jugular
  109. Video 11-02: Transverse view of carotid and internal jugular
  110. Video 11-03: Longitudinal view of the catheter in the vein
  111. Video 11-04: Needle accessing the internal jugular vein in the transverse view
  112. Video 11-05: Needle accessing a vessel in longitudinal axis
  113. Video 11-06: Wire entering the vessel in longitudinal view
  114. Video 11-07: Internal jugular vein directly over carotid artery
  115. Video 11-08: Internal jugular vein net to carotid artery
  116. Video 11-09: Axillary vein transitioning to subclavian vein
  117. Video 11-10: Post procedural hematoma and thrombus of the internal jugular vein
  118. Video 11-11: Collapsing internal jugular vein
  119. Video 11-12: Overlying sternocleidomastoid muscle body
  120. Video 11-13: Catheter penetrating the posterior wall of the vessel in the long axis
  121. Video 12-01: Normal kidney longitudinal image
  122. Video 12-02: Normal kidney transverse image
  123. Video 12-03: Normal kidney with color Doppler
  124. Video 12-04: Full bladder in a female pelvis
  125. Video 12-05: Foley balloon in empty bladder
  126. Video 12-06: Full bladder transverse view
  127. Video 12-07: Mild hydronephrosis
  128. Video 12-08: Moderate hydronephrosis
  129. Video 12-09: Severe hydronephrosis
  130. Video 12-10: Moderate hydronephrosis with color Doppler
  131. Video 12-11: Atrophic kidney
  132. Video 12-12: Renal cyst
  133. Video 12-13: Ureterovesicular junction stone
  134. Video 12-14: Intrarenal calculi
  135. Video 13-01: Abscess
  136. Video 13-02: Cellulitis
  137. Video 13-03: Abscess with color Doppler
  138. Video 13-04: Exam glove as probe cover
  139. Video 13-05: Water bath technique
  140. Video 13-06: Squish sign in an abscess
  141. Video 13-07: Inguinal lymph node
  142. Video 13-08: Foreign body
  143. Video 14-01: Ocular anatomy
  144. Video 14-02: Increased optic nerve sheath diameter (ONSD)
  145. Video 14-03: Vitreous hemorrhage
  146. Video 14-04: Retinal detachment with macula on
  147. Video 14-05: Central retinal artery occlusion
  148. Video 14-06: Papilledema

 

 

Product Details

  • Publisher:McGraw-Hill Education / Medical; 1st edition (February 15, 2019)
  • Language:English
  • Paperback:83 pages
  • ISBN-10:1260441474
  • ISBN-13:978-1260441475
  • Item Weight:13.3 ounces
  • Dimensions:7 x 0.5 x 10 inches

Target Audience and Covered Specialties:

General Internal Medicine, McGraw Hill, Radiology, simple

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