Each case begins with a picture-in-picture video explaining the scanning technique. Listen to expert advice and watch the examination being performed while seeing what is shown on the ultrasound screen at the same time. Key technique and anatomic landmarks are reviewed, making this DVD suitable for beginner and advanced users.
Test your knowledge
After the scanning technique, you will be given a vignette about a real patient and will watch a real ultrasound examination without any commentary. This will allow you to form your own opinion first. You’ll be asked a question about the case you just viewed, followed immediately with an answer. You’ll see the real clinical case again, but this time with the benefit of commentary from our experts. Labels and arrows help highlight important components of the examination. This will help you learn how to integrate ultrasound findings into clinical practice.
Covers Top 10 Clinical Ultrasound Applications in Emergency and Critical Care
Each topic reviews basic scanning technique, and shows a clinical case with and without
- Ectopic Pregnancy
- FAST (Basic and Extended)
- Nerve Block
- Vascular Access
Minimum System Requirements
This DVD is optimized for your computer’s DVD drive. However, it may also be viewed by many newer DVD players. All videos are 720 x 480 pixels and are therefore best viewed on monitors with a screen resolution of at least 800 x 600 pixels.
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James Mateer MD RDMS, Co-Editor of “Emergency Ultrasound”
“The Video Atlas of Abnormal Bedside Ultrasounds is an important additional educational resource for those who are involved in the practice of emergency and bedside ultrasonography. A broad range of topics are covered which are commonly seen in these settings. Since clinicians and sonographers view patient ultrasounds in real-time at the bedside, the video case format will take you closer than a textbook can to actual images and scenarios you will encounter.”