Manual of Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound

Manual of Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound

Here’s a review from medGadget!

The Manual of Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound is available from Cambridge University Press and major booksellers.

The book details evidence-based protocols for the use of bedside ultrasound in the acute and critical care setting, as well as step-by-step guides for using ultrasound in procedures.

It is ideally suited for emergency physicians and intensivists interested in basic or advanced applications of ultrasound.
Topics include:

  • Fundamentals
  • Diagnostic ultrasound
    • Trauma ultrasound
    • Echocardiography
    • First trimester pregnancy evaluation
    • Abdominal aortic aneurysm
    • Renal and bladder sonography
    • Hepatobiliary evaluation
    • Deep vein thrombosis
    • Thoracic ultrasound
    • Ocular ultrasound
    • Musculoskeletal ultrasound
  • Ultrasound for procedure guidance
    • Vascular access (central and peripheral veins)
    • Thoracentesis
    • Paracentesis
    • Arthrocentesis
    • Foreign body evaluation
    • Abscess management
    • Lumbar puncture

WINFOCUS- Singapore 2009

WINFOCUS Singapore 2009 faculty and participants
WINFOCUS Singapore faculty and participants- February 2009

Bret Nelson joined the faculty for the WINFOCUS ultrasound course at Alexandra Hospital in Singapore from February 23-26, 2009. There was an incredibly diverse group of physicians participating, as well as the WINFOCUS past president, Luca Neri (who organized the course). The Society for Emergency Medicine in Singapore annual conference followed on the heels of the ultrasound course. It was well-attended by emergency physicians from all over the world.

French translation of Ultrasound Manual now available!

If you were holding out for a  foreign language edition of the Manual of Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound, you are in luck.

The Manuel d’échographie en réanimation et service d’urgencemanuel-echographie-en-reanimation-et-service-urgence has just been released!  There is an interview with the translator, Elisabeth Gaertner, available online as well.