POCUS Essentials course with a video demonstrating lower extremity study ultrasound evaluating the popliteal region for an acute DVT.
A 44 year old woman presents with calf pain after a long hike followed by a long flight. Her upper medial calf is particularly tender. You consider Baker's cyst, calf muscle tear and DVT the most likely differentials.
A 70 year old man was admitted to hospital with a "viral illness". A peripheral IV cannula was inserted into his right cubital fossa
Intermittent Pneumatic Compression device; aka sequential compression devices; prevent lower limb DVTs in immobile patients
An echo reveals a dilated and poorly functioning right ventricle with RV wall thickness of 6mm (≤5mm). You wonder whether this is a massive pulmonary embolism or just the changes of chronic pulmonary hypertension.