by Khalid Bashir MD; Aftab Azad, MD; Kaleelullah Saleem Farook, MD; Shahzad Anjum, MD; Sameer Pathan, MD; Zain Bhutta, MD; Stephen Hodges Thomas,MD – One of the traditional approaches for knowledge transfer in medical education is through face-to-face (F2F) teaching. We aimed to evaluate the acquisition of knowledge about point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) and learner’s satisfaction [...]
by Cristina D’Alessandro PCP BA(Hons), Ian R. Drennan ACP Phd (c), Joseph Newbigging MD CCFP (EM) FCFP, Amer M. Johri MD MSc FRCPC FASE – Portable ultrasound is a burgeoning technology with unrealized potential at a critical point in its evolution . Francis Galton first generated ultrasound waves in 1876; however, it wasn’t until 1940 [...]
by Hadiel Kaiyasah, MD, MRCS (Glasgow), ABHS-GS1 and Maryam Al Ali, MBBS2 – Soft tissue ultrasound (ST-USS) has been shown to be of utmost importance in assessing patients with soft tissue infections in the emergency department or critical care unit. It aids in guiding the management of soft tissue infection based on the sonographic findings.
by Maryam Al Ali, MBBS; Abeeha Gardezi, MBBsch; Michael Jalal, MBBS; Shihab Al Sheikh, MB.ChB. CABS. MRCS. PgCert medical ultrasound – Point of care ultrasound (POCUS) plays an important role in the Emergency Department or in any Critical Care Unit. In our case, we present how a POCUS mnemonic guided us in diagnosing two fatal [...]