The team at Medmastery are providing LITFL readers with a series of FOAMed courses from across their website.
Over the next few weeks, we will be posting videos from the Chest X-Ray Essentials Course. This video helps you identify aberrantly positioned endotracheal tubes (ETT) on chest x-ray by locating the tip of the ETT and the position of the carina.
- The many faces of pneumonia
- The failing heart
- Pleural space – when the pleura is too black
- Types of atelectasis
- Abnormal central venous catheter positioning
- Abnormal ETT positioning
- Abnormal cardiac pacer leads positioning
- Course: Chest X-Ray Essentials
Founding director of the Centre for Radiological Anatomy Skills Lab, which incorporates imaging technologies into undergraduate and postgraduate learning. Author of Discover Radiology: Chest X-Ray Interpretation – Radiology First Prize, 2014 British Medical Association book awards
Julian Dobranowski MD FRCPCProfessor of diagnostic imaging at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada
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