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The RUSH exam has been around for at least 13 years, and it’s time for a review from one of the innovators who first coined the phrase “Rapid Ultrasound in Shock and Hypotension”. Scott has the perspective of a resuscitationist who uses ultrasound, and needs this exam to be as efficient as possible. Listen to the podcast to hear his thoughts. C ...…
 
Pulseless Electrical Activity ( PEA ) is confusing! The diagnosis and treatment of PEA is bogged down by terminology and misunderstandings. Spurred by a recent interview I did with Anton Helman of EM Cases, I lay down some of my thoughts on PEA here. The last time I discussed these issues was 5 years ago with Zack and Joe on EDECMO 13.PEA Progr ...…
 
Pulseless Electrical Activity ( PEA ) is confusing! The diagnosis and treatment of PEA is bogged down by terminology and misunderstandings. Spurred by a recent interview I did with Anton Helman of EM Cases, I lay down some of my thoughts on PEA here. The last time I discussed these issues was 5 years ago with Zack and Joe on EDECMO 13.PEA Progr ...…
 
The U.S. has seen pre-hospital programs spring up in Paris, UK, and Australia. It was thought that due to billing issues this could never happen in America….but it has. Jon Marinaro and Darren Braude have accomplished this against all odds. Zack interviews the two of them on how they were able to accomplish this task amidst the many financial, ...…
 
The U.S. has seen pre-hospital programs spring up in Paris, UK, and Australia. It was thought that due to billing issues this could never happen in America….but it has. Jon Marinaro and Darren Braude have accomplished this against all odds. Zack interviews the two of them on how they were able to accomplish this task amidst the many financial, ...…
 
The U.S. has seen pre-hospital programs spring up in Paris, UK, and Australia. It was thought that due to billing issues this could never happen in America….but it has. Jon Marinaro and Darren Braude have accomplished this against all odds. Zack interviews the two of them on how they were able to accomplish this task amidst the many financial, ...…
 
Have you visited any of your past patients or their families in their homes? Would this be difficult? What might you learn? Medicine is mostly a series of stories of people’s lives. This is a privilege we often overlook. In Intensive Care we usually only have a glimpse into each life, an almost unrecognisable flash of physical suffering, medica ...…
 
Have you visited any of your past patients or their families in their homes? Would this be difficult? What might you learn? Medicine is mostly a series of stories of people’s lives. This is a privilege we often overlook. In Intensive Care we usually only have a glimpse into each life, an almost unrecognisable flash of physical suffering, medica ...…
 
Some dozen years ago, a couple of my buddies and I created the RUSH exam. Today, I give you an update:By Scott D. Weingart, MD FCCM.
 
Some dozen years ago, a couple of my buddies and I created the RUSH exam. Today, I give you an update:By Scott D. Weingart, MD FCCM.
 
What we do matters. Our bedside ultrasound often changes management and saves lives. So why are we calling our scans “informal”? We might not always say that outright, but I frequently hear our residents and staff call a radiology or cardiology performed ultrasound a “formal” scan, implying that what we do is informal. I have nothing but respec ...…
 
Over the last several years, data has suggested that partial or intermittent REBOA may have benefit over complete REBOA. How to do this and how to use our current imperfect catheters in this arena is still in question. Dr. Matthew Martin and his colleagues at Madigan Medical Center have published the first study using Prytime's new catheter for ...…
 
Over the last several years, data has suggested that partial or intermittent REBOA may have benefit over complete REBOA. How to do this and how to use our current imperfect catheters in this arena is still in question. Dr. Matthew Martin and his colleagues at Madigan Medical Center have published the first study using Prytime's new catheter for ...…
 
Over the last several years, data has suggested that partial or intermittent REBOA may have benefit over complete REBOA. How to do this and how to use our current imperfect catheters in this arena is still in question. Dr. Matthew Martin and his colleagues at Madigan Medical Center have published the first study using Prytime's new catheter for ...…
 
What do you do for your patients around their dying experience? Do you celebrate their lives and support those left behind in grief? Could you bring more humanity to your ICU? Whilst you and your ICU colleagues likely act with kindness much of the time, I suspect listening to this podcast will have you wondering whether you could do better, esp ...…
 
What do you do for your patients around their dying experience? Do you celebrate their lives and support those left behind in grief? Could you bring more humanity to your ICU? Whilst you and your ICU colleagues likely act with kindness much of the time, I suspect listening to this podcast will have you wondering whether you could do better, esp ...…
 
Over the past year there has been a small bit of controversy regarding the best way to make sure that we aren’t causing iatrogenic infections when placing ultrasound-guided IV’s. To be honest, I took it for granted that tegaderms should be used when we do this potentially life-saving procedure. Recent posts from ALiEM and EMRAP made me question ...…
 
While preparing for a recent grand rounds lecture, I uncovered something rather interesting: The fact that the RV can enlarge during cardiac arrest independently of the presence of a pulmonary embolism. It turns out that the data showing RV enlargement as a marker of a pulmonary embolism is actually mostly extrapolated from alive patients (in w ...…
 
The last day of Bendfest 2019 was bittersweet. I was a phenomenal day of education, idea exchanges and friendship, but also it was the last day. In this summary, I sit down with Justin Cook to talk about his top tips for being a master of the ultrasound-guided vascular access, and I give you a sneak peek of Patrick Ockerse’s phenomenal talk on ...…
 
Day 2 of Bendfest 2019 is drifting further in the past, but that doesn’t mean we can’t relive it! In this interview summary, Jacob sits down with Creagh Boulger and Jenn Cotton and they talk about ultrasound in shock and pregnancy. Here are the salient points: Creagh Boulger (Ultrasound in Shock) Mnemonics can be helpful, but not every patient ...…
 
Dr. Chris Fox is one of the trailblazers in integrating ultrasound into medical school education. This week, I got the opportunity to interview him and hear a bit of his story, get some tips and talk about the 7th Annual World Congress of Ultrasound in Medical Education. If you want to see a video of the interview, check out our youtube page! I ...…
 
Are you a people-oriented or care-oriented resus doc?By Scott D. Weingart, MD FCCM.
 
A few weeks ago we had a wonderful time in Bend, Oregonduring Bendfest 2019. We got somemountain biking in, some hiking in, some river floating in and ate some greatfood! We wanted to share the choicestpearls from our phenomenal lecturers on some of the topics they covered. Check out the summary of day 1! Peter Weimersheimer(Cardiac): Find the ...…
 
Today’s guest is Scott Weingart, the pioneer podcaster in the intensive care field through his EMCrit podcast. Scott is an ED Intensivist from New York, where he is Chief of the Division of Emergency Critical Care at Stony Brook Hospital and a Professor of Emergency Medicine at Stony Brook Medicine. Scott has devoted his career to bringing "Ups ...…
 
Today’s guest is Scott Weingart, the pioneer podcaster in the intensive care field through his EMCrit podcast. Scott is an ED Intensivist from New York, where he is Chief of the Division of Emergency Critical Care at Stony Brook Hospital and a Professor of Emergency Medicine at Stony Brook Medicine. Scott has devoted his career to bringing "Ups ...…
 
There is a group of clinicians operating on the front line of war zones with no other purpose than to save lives. Global Response Management's Helen Perry comes on the show to discuss their work.Helen Perry ACNP-BC, MSN, RN, CCRN, CENTheir motto is semper vitae--always life. Their mission is to provide life saving emergency and prehospital care ...…
 
There is a group of clinicians operating on the front line of war zones with no other purpose than to save lives. Global Response Management's Helen Perry comes on the show to discuss their work.Helen Perry ACNP-BC, MSN, RN, CCRN, CENTheir motto is semper vitae--always life. Their mission is to provide life saving emergency and prehospital care ...…
 
This week, we had the pleasure of sitting down with PatrickOckerse, MD at Bendfest 2019, a 3 day ultrasound event in Bend, Oregon. Dr. Ockerse is the ultrasound director at theUniversity of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah and part of his job is to reviewultrasound images performed in his emergency department. Mike was formerly theultrasound direct ...…
 
We love talking about super advanced ultrasound applications, but its important to make sure we understand the basics. Soft tissue ultrasound probably has a greater effect on patient dispositions and treatment than most of our other ultrasound applications due to the sheer volume of soft tissue infections we see. I recently (virtually) sat down ...…
 
A post arrest patient just got initiated on ECMO. Do you give fluids, add pressors, or increase flow? Marc Dickstein, an anesthesiologist from Columbia University and an expert in the physiology of ECMO, talks with Zack about how to manage these patients, what diagnostics we need and how to optimize your use of the machine. This talk is a must ...…
 
A post arrest patient just got initiated on ECMO. Do you give fluids, add pressors, or increase flow? Marc Dickstein, an anesthesiologist from Columbia University and an expert in the physiology of ECMO, talks with Zack about how to manage these patients, what diagnostics we need and how to optimize your use of the machine. This talk is a must ...…
 
A post arrest patient just got initiated on ECMO. Do you give fluids, add pressors, or increase flow? Marc Dickstein, an anesthesiologist from Columbia University and an expert in the physiology of ECMO, talks with Zack about how to manage these patients, what diagnostics we need and how to optimize your use of the machine. This talk is a must ...…
 
Sometimes we have to get back to our basics and just, make sure we’re holding the probe correctly. This is especially relevant considering we all have new residents this month (It is July, after all!). In this podcast, Cian McDermott sits down with Jacob to discuss his tips for how to hold the probe and how to position yourself to get your best ...…
 
A video version of the rebellion's attempts to overthrow the STEMI EmpireBy Scott D. Weingart, MD FCCM.
 
A video version of the rebellion's attempts to overthrow the STEMI EmpireBy Scott D. Weingart, MD FCCM.
 
Is Skynet around the corner? Remember Terminator? That was set in 2029, 10 years away. Maybe that’s a little dramatic, but AI, artificial intelligence, is already present in daily medicine and we’re starting to see it in point of care ultrasound as well. In this episode Jacob sits down with Srikar Adhikari, man, myth, legend of POCUS and they w ...…
 
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