Emil Elias Pins (1847 - 1913) was an Austrian physician. Pins sign (1889) of pericarditis and pericardial effusion similar to Ewart sign
Massive pericardial effusion produces a characteristic ECG triad of low QRS voltage, tachycardia, and electrical alternans. LITFL ECG Library
Helen Rimington explores the Echocardiography Essentials course with a video demonstrating rapid bedside assessment and diagnosis of pericardial effusion.
Part five of a 5 part lecture series on ECG/EKG Interpretation with Dr Theo Sklavos and cardiologist A/Prof William Wang.
A 79 year old female with a history of atrial fibrillation and hypertension presents with increasing dyspnea. Interpret the evolving CXR's
William Ewart (1848 - 1929) was an English physician. Ewart signs of pericardial effusion (1896) and his twelve signs of pericardial effusion
Pierre Barrère (1690 - 1755) was a French physician and naturalist. He published works in medicine, presenting cadaveric dissections and detailed descriptions of pathologies such as pericardial effusion
Arthur Ernest Sansom (1838 - 1907) was an English physician and anaesthetist.
Vancouver POCUS introduction to cardiac POCUS with a review of assessment for pericardial effusions and sonographic findings in cardiac tamponade by Dr Justin Ahn
Franz Zehetmayer (1813 - *1846) was an Austrian physician. Pericarditis, pericardial effusion and the genu-pectorale position
Edgard Hirtz (1849 - 1916) was German born, French trained physician. Hirtz Sign (1911) ore knee-chest position in pericardial effusion
Leopold Auenbrugger von Auenbrugg (1722 – 1809). Austrian Physician who described the use of chest percussion in the diagnosis of respiratory disease.