the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Focused bedside ultrasound has gained widespread use in emergency and critical care settings as an adjunct to physical examination and to aid in the performance of bedside procedures. Ultrasound has been shown to reduce the need for ionizing radiation, speed diagnostic evaluations, and improve the safety of bedside procedures. Thus, many pediatric departments have seen the vale of focused organ assessments in the wards and clinics.
This intensive, hands-on course was designed with a pediatric acute care approach in mind, focusing on the utility of ultrasound in the evaluation of:
- Abdominal pain
- Respiratory distress
- Soft tissue infection, injury
- Procedure Guidance
Clinicians at all levels of ultrasound experience are welcome!
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As a result of this course, participants should feel comfortable with the use of bedside ultrasound for diagnosis of emergent pathology and in guidance of bedside procedures
At the conclusion of this CME activity, the participant should be able to:
- Discuss the practical clinical use of focused bedside ultrasound in
- Identify normal sonographic anatomy as well as pathology identified
on bedside ultrasound.
- Use bedside ultrasound to guide common Emergency Department
and ICU procedures such as placement of central venous catheter, peripheral
venous catheter, thoracentesis, paracentesis and lumbar puncture
- Identify clinical scenarios where bedside ultrasound may be used to
improve patient care and patient outcomes.
Pediatricians, Emergency and Critical Care Physicians and PAs