Ultrasound guided peripheral intravenous cannula placement. Out-of-plane technique for PIV cannula placement.
A 53 year old woman presents with abdominal pain. She has had recurrent bowel obstructions and left this 24 hours before presenting hoping it would settle. You scan her abdomen.
A patient in early pregnancy presents with pelvic pain and heavy vaginal bleeding. She has been bleeding heavily over the last hour. She tells you she had an ultrasound 2 weeks ago, at 5 weeks gestation which showed an intrauterine pregnancy, but was too early to detect cardiac activity.
An 18 year old man presents with fevers, right loin pain and dysuria. He has pyuria. You wonder about pyelonephritis or even an infected obstructed kidney so take a look with ultrasound.
A 29 year old woman presents with pelvic pain. You ultrasound her pelvis and notice an unusual appearance in the bladder.
You are asked to look at an 82 year old man who has a poor urinary stream and recurrent urinary tract infections. You wonder if he has a large post void resudual volume so take a look.
A 24 year old woman presents with generalised abdominal discomfort. She is concerned she looks pregnant but numerous pregnancy tests have been negative.
A 30 year old man describes hearing and feeling a snap on the right side of his penis during intercourse. He developed sudden severe pain, rapid detumescence, and then swelling and bruising to the right side of the penile shaft.
A 26 year old woman describes sudden severe left iliac fossa pain late in the evening prior to presentation. On the morning of presentation she complained of bilateral shoulder tip pain and had a presyncopal episode on standing up. She is not pregnant.
A 76 year old man regularly self catheterizes. His left scrotum has become gradually tender and swollen. The resident is very concerned there is a large solid mass.
A 33 year old gardener presents a few days after receiving a penetrating injury from a palm frond. There is an entry wound and his thenar eminence is red, hot and swollen. You take a look...
Presentation A 24 year old male presents with 36 hours of right testicular pain. He is a poor historian and can’t provide details for the onset, although he has risk factors for sexually transmitted infection. His right testis is swollen…