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If you'd like cutting edge beside ultrasound information (and reimaginings of foundational content), look no further than the original Ultrasound podcast! Check out our longitudinal, year-long and virtual ultrasound fellowship here: https://academy.ultrasoundleadershipacademy.com Check out our FREE content on our website: https://www.coreultrasound.com Check out our courses here: https://courses.coreultrasound.com Check out our question bank here: https://courses.coreultrasound.com/collectio ...
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A few months ago, I had a pleasure participating in the Southwestern Ultrasound Regional Fellowship conference (SURF), with a phenomenal group and amazing faculty. One of those faculty members is Dr. Dana Sajed, Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine and Director of the Clinical Ultrasound Fellowship at LA County and USC Hospital. In th…
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It's been a while since we talked about Venous Excess Ultrasound, aka VEXUS. There is still a lot of buzz around this concept, but not a lot of honey (honey is evidence in this metaphor). Ross Prager, international friend to POCUS researchers everywhere, joins Mike to discuss what's new and where this is going. https://www.ultrasoundgel.org/161…
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In this video I'm gonna do a much-needed revamp of the kidney stone (aka ureterolithiasis) 5 Minute Sono video that I first published back in 2015! In this video I give you some updated information and some higher quality clips. The way we typically identify the presence of kidney stones using ultrasound is to have a pretest suspicion of kidney sto…
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I’m so excited to share with you my unboxing of the new Butterfly iQ3. Watch to see my first impressions! I’ve had the pleasure of working with many ultrasound companies over the past 10 years, both as a consumer and as an ultrasound director of a large academic hospital. I’ve enjoyed all of the iterations of the Butterfly ultra-portable ultrasound…
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I am so happy to share with you our latest video on how to perform an ultrasound guided pericardiocentesis! This video has gone through a few revisions but I think this one is my best one so far (although I do concede that I may be a little bit biased🙃) this video already assumes that you know how to tell a difference between a pericardial effusion…
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This week on the podcast we have a new version of the 5 Minute Sono video on the sonographic evaluation of the IVC. The IVC is not going to primarily diagnose anything (usually!), but instead is used to evaluate the central venous pressure (CVP). If the IVC is plump and not collapsing, it means a high CVP, and if it is small and collapsing a lot, i…
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In this Special Edition ep, Mike interviews the multi-talented Adaira Landry and Resa Lewiss. They share some of the wisdom they have gleaned from their experiences as physicians, mentees, mentors, authors, academicians, ultrasound experts, and humans. https://www.ultrasoundgel.org/157 https://www.harpercollins.com/products/microskills-adaira-landr…
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In this week’s video, we’re showing you our second episode of the new Ultrasound Leadership Academy Image Review: From Motion to Meaning. The Ultrasound Leadership Academy is a non-profit whose sole function is to educate medical providers on best practices while incorporating ultrasound into their daily practice. We offer many different tiers of s…
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In the last episode I showed you part one of the interview I had with Dr. Terren Trott discussing the velocity time integral and how it can be used to help manage our sick patients. In this episode, I share with you the thrilling conclusion! If you want to learn this technique AND MORE, check out our upcoming in-person mini-course SONOLAB, March 5t…
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Have you ever wondered how much fluid is too much in your critical ill patients? Join us in this enlightening session with Dr. Terren Trott MD, an emergency medicine AND critical physician who also completed an ultrasound fellowship, as we talk about how the VTI can be used in assessing volume responsiveness in our critically ill patients. This int…
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In this episode, Michael Macias and I chat about some barriers and benefits of using ultrasound in community (non or less academic) emergency departments. Any place where medicine is practiced should be held to similar standards, and POCUS should be considered standard of care. We discuss a study done at our home institution where we looked at a qu…
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In part 2 of this amazing interview, Dr. Trott and I discuss specifics on ultrasound and how it can benefit critical care and emergency medicine physicians. We discuss our favorite position for central venous catheters (Spoiler alert: We both love right subclavians the most!) and other interesting insights. Check it out! 🌐 Connect with Us 🌐 If you …
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In September 2023, the GEL crew traveled to Portland, Maine to do some on-the-street reporting at the annual conference for the Society of Clinical Ultrasound Fellowships (SCUF). What evolved was a series of incredible mini-interviews focusing on the different paths to ultrasound and the exciting new frontiers of ultrasound technology. This is Part…
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Have you ever wanted to ask an intensive care doc about how they utilize POCUS in their daily practice? What about a critical care doc who is also emergency medicine and POCUS-fellowship trained? I got to sit down (in person!) with Dr. Terren Trott, who is a California transplant in Kentucky who has some amazing insights to share with us. Check it …
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In September 2023, the GEL crew traveled to Portland, Maine to do some on-the-street reporting at the annual conference for the Society of Clinical Ultrasound Fellowships (SCUF). What evolved was a series of incredible mini-interviews focusing on the different paths to ultrasound and the exciting new frontiers of ultrasound technology. This is Part…
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In this episode, I walk you through basic machine operation for the Sonosite Xporte, including selecting the appropriate probe/setting, inputting patient (and your) information, how to record and how to export to review later or store in your institution (please check with your institution on appropriate technique for storing images/clips!) In the …
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I am so happy to share with you all part two of my first interview with Dr. Michael Macias! In this podcast we talk about a single topic: fracture management. Please enjoy this second part of my interview with Dr. Macias and we can't wait to hear from you and learn how you all utilize ultrasound in the management of suspected or confirmed fractures…
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I'm so happy to finally be able to sit down with Dr. Michael Macias and discuss a few things that I've been meaning to ask him. Mike graduated from an ultrasound fellowship and then begin working as a community-based physician where he became the Ultrasound Director for Emergent Medical Associates, as well as the UHS Southern California Residency C…
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The Ultrasound Leadership Academy is a non-profit that was founded 10 years ago the the same people who first started the Ultrasound Podcast (Mike Malin, Matt Dawson and Mike Stone), and our mission is to spread the highest-quality ultrasound education to all. This video is a new series to highlight some of the features of ULA, including dedicated …
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Welcome to our latest video where we explore the crucial role of point-of-care ultrasound in early detection of ectopic pregnancies. 🌐 In just a few minutes, we guide you through the process of using ultrasound to identify signs and symptoms, ensuring timely and effective medical intervention. 🤰 What's Inside? Discover the key features of an ectopi…
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Welcome to our latest video, where we delve into using point-of-care ultrasound for determining the fetal heart rate using M-mode. 🔍 What's Inside? In this short and informative video, we guide you through the steps of using M-mode on a point-of-care ultrasound machine to accurately assess the fetal heart rate. Whether you're a healthcare professio…
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In this 5 Minute Sono video we are going to discuss the basics on how to identify an intrauterine pregnancy using your bedside ultrasound machine. Follow our step-by-step guide to using point-of-care ultrasound for intrauterine pregnancy identification. From preparation to scanning techniques, we cover it all, including how to interpret key indicat…
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In this 5 Minute Sono video we are going to discuss some basic scanning techniques involving OB/Ob Gyn. This is a must watch video for point of care providers wanting to learn the basics on how to evaluate pregnant patients and patients with suspected uterine and ovarian pathology! Stay tuned for upcoming videos with specific pregnancies, including…
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Pyloric stenosis is a relatively common condition in infants that can lead to severe vomiting, dehydration, and weight loss. Timely and accurate diagnosis is crucial for effective treatment. Bedside ultrasound has become a valuable tool for diagnosing pyloric stenosis quickly and non-invasively. Learn how to effectively perform the exam definitely …
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In this video, we will guide you through the sonographic evaluation of a suspected ankle effusion using bedside ultrasound. We will also demonstrate how to accurately perform an ankle aspiration and injection. Check out this latest 5 Minute Sono video for details on how to do it! (Of note, this video only covers the sonographic identification and n…
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In this Five Minute Sono video, Jailyn discusses how to identify an elbow effusion, and then how to aspirate fluid or inject medications. This is a potentially very difficult procedure made easier by bedside ultrasound. Check out the video to learn more! Of note, this video only discovers the ultrasound identification and needle guidance aspects. P…
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Another author-focused Bonus Cuts episode with Zack and Mike joined by the one and only Rob Farrow! Rob represents the research team behind the recently discussed US-guided trigger point article. Discussion ensues regarding the methodology, procedural pearls, and a strained Bob Dylan reference. https://www.ultrasoundgel.org/149…
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Ultrasound has high accuracy for diagnosing a wrist effusion. As a bonus, it ALSO increases the accuracy of aspirations and injections. Check out the latest 5 Minute Sono video for details on how to do it! (Of note, this video only covers the sonographic identification and needle guidance aspects. Please check with local rules/guidelines/standard o…
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Carpal tunnel syndrome affects millions of people and may be tricky to definitely diagnose. Bedside ultrasound can be a phenomenal adjunct in the evaluation in patients suspected of having this debilitating illness. Check out our 5 Minute Sono video to learn how to accurately diagnose carpal tunnel using a simple measurement of the median nerve ins…
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🔍 Unlock the secrets of ultrasound with our concise guide on Pulsed Wave and Continuous Wave Doppler, and how they can revolutionize your medical practice. 🎓🌐 Discover the key differences, applications, and advantages of each method in this brief, 5 Minute Sono video. 🌐 Connect with Us 🌐 If you want more education goodness, check out the links belo…
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🌈 Unraveling the Magic of Color Doppler 🌈 Welcome to Core Ultrasound! In this 5 Minute Sono educational video, we dive into the fascinating world of ultrasound imaging and explore the principles behind Color and Power Doppler. Color Doppler is a crucial technique used in medical ultrasound to visualize blood flow within the body. By assigning color…
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I’m so proud to be living my truth and sharing my story with you all! Join me in this special episode where I share just a little bit of my journey of coming out to the rest of the world as a transgender woman. Also, there are 5 other reasons to watch: I’ll share with you my favorite ultrasound cases of the past few months. I hope you enjoy this wi…
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At long last, we are finally revitalizing the image review segment of our channel and website! The purpose of image review sessions is to just go through a hodgepodge of ultrasound clips seen at various places that I (or guests to the show) have worked. The idea first came up when I was doing image reviews of your sessions when I was the Ultrasound…
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In this 5 Minute Sono video, we'll guide you through the process of using ultrasound imaging to identify and diagnose inguinal and femoral hernias. Hernias can be difficult to identify with physical examination alone (and may actually be missed on CT!), but with ultrasound imaging, healthcare professionals can detect hernias at the bedside with gre…
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In this Five Minute Sono video, Paul Khalil (with the help of Rob Farrow), walks us through the bedside diagnosis of testicular torsion. This disease is quite important to diagnose as early as possible and using this tool may dramatically increase the chance of testicular salvage. Check out our FREE content on our website: https://www.coreultrasoun…
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In this Five Minute Sono I show you how to diagnose a viral pneumonia using bedside ultrasound. While the most common application these days is probably for COVID-19 pneumonia, these techniques also can be used to diagnose any viral pulmonary infections. Bacterial pneumonia has a slightly different appearance, and I’ll post that video later in the …
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Virtual reality ultrasound?! It is here, and it might be a valuable educational tool. Special host Shawn Sethi, usual but still somewhat special host Mike, and definitely special guest ultrasound educator Suean Pascoe discuss the available evidence and their own perspectives on this innovative technology. https://www.ultrasoundgel.org/144…
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