Wow. Really interesting article from Science Daily. This beats the GE VScan. Looks like it works with Microsoft Windows on smartphones, so not ready for iPhone…yet.
Thanks to Tatiana for an expertly presented ultrasound case of the month.Â She was kind enough to put together this summary.
43y.o. F with pmh of asthma, HTN, recently treated for PNA p/w worsening dyspnea, pleuritic chestÂ pain,Â cough and fever. Found to be tachypnic and tachycardic in the ED. CXR suggesting perihilar PNA. While awaiting chest CTA to r/o PE you perform bedside echo and obtain the following image:
Is there anything abnormal? How does this change your management?
I am pleased to announce that the SAEM Board of Directors has endorsed the 2008 ACEP Ultrasound Guidelines. Â The vote was unanimous. Â This endorsement represents a very strong commitment to our aims as a community of emergency sonographers, and is congruent with our mission as educators and researchers in the field. Â I’d like to highlight the hard work of Dr. Vivek Tayal, the primary editor of the guidelines, and the many others who contributed. Â We are also grateful to Dr. Jeff Kline for his advocacy for this initiative among the membership of the SAEM BOD.
Chair, SAEM Ultrasound Interest Group
Finally- a little recognition! We were named one of the top 50 continuing medical education blogs by Nurse E.D.U.
Although there is no mention that they were listed in any particular order, we will consider ourselves in the top 20 of that list since that’s where we fell.
Today, Nurse E.D.U.
Tomorrrow, The Huffington Post!