Pick a body part. Pick a skin surface. Pick a block. The Nerve Block App makes regional anaesthesia easier on the go
A 40 yo man is admitted with lobar pneumonia. He develops new atrial fibrillation with rapid ventricular response; becomes hypotensive and increasingly dyspnoeic.
A 6 year old boy presents with lower abdominal pain and vomiting. He has had intermittent pain for a week thought to be due to mesenteric adenitis.
The Erector Spinae Plane Block (ESPB) is a technically simple and safe form of regional anaesthesia that can provide effective analgesia for 12 hours in patients with acute posterior rib fractures
The SAPB is a technically simple and safe form of regional anaesthesia that provides effective analgesia in patients with acute anterolateral rib fractures
DMNB PoCUS Club from the Dalhousie Medical School, Canada. Open-access, easy to understand resource for the novice ultrasound user
A trauma patient has come in and they have a life threatening, non-compressible haemorrhage. We have a Code Crimson on our hands.
SonoSLAM: Tomorrow Today: Advances in US Tech! Advances in technology are making ultrasound more accessible and effective than ever.
The scope of ultrasound in trauma; the evolution of point-of-care Ultrasound in Trauma, and the FAST examination with Resa Lewiss
A virtual multi-disciplinary conference on point of care ultrasound in medicine with vanPOCUS a group of Vancouver ultrasound enthusiasts.
A Vancouver POCUS module on scanning the gallbladder for stones and cholecystitis
Ever wondered how harmonics actually work? Why you can hear Daft Punk through concrete? Who or what ALARA is? Where you can find a camembert sandwich? All this - and more - in the fourth penetrating episode of POCUS Physics!