When is a COVID case not a COVID case? Lung ultrasound: COVID-19 cases with @thesonocave
Medical Education video on performing and interpreting lung ultrasound in suspected SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) patients
Vancouver POCUS present a review of pulmonary point of care ultrasound including pneumothorax, pleural effusion and B-lines by Dr. Lauren Arthurs.
A previously healthy 22 year old man with a 4 week history. He describes the cough, some mild shortness of breath on exertion, purulent sputum, fevers, night sweats and weight loss.
A young patient with a history of malignant melanoma presents with shortness of breath. What do these clips show?
A 27 year old man presents with fevers and increasing shortness of breath presents to your department. He has a vasculitic peripheral rash and feels generally unwell.
A patient presents with fever, cough and purulent sputum. What do you see?
A 40 year old man presented with high fever, tachycardia and vomiting. You search for a source of infection; this is his chest x-ray.
This young man presents with high fevers and shortness of breath. He also complains of chest discomfort and an odd feeling in his neck. He is febrile, tachycardic, tachypneoic and hypoxic.
This patient presented with right upper quadrant pain and a fever. The clinical suspicion was cholecystitis. What does the ultrasound show?
A young woman presented with 2 days shortness of breath and right sided chest discomfort after a long haul flight. What does this scan demonstrate?
This patient suffered right sided chest trauma with a rib fracture, tension pneumothorax and extensive surgical emphysema. Then became more SOB after treatment with ICC