This observational study aims to assess the efficacy of using ultrasound (US) as a predictor of volume responsiveness (VR) in critically ill surgical patients.
This prospective study aims to determine if physicians with limited previous ultrasound (US) experience could, following completion of a brief training program, reliably rule out forearm fractures in children.
This case report details the use of a modified rapid ultrasound (US) protocol to assess a 78-year-old woman suspected of tension pneumothorax following resuscitation.
This case report details two instances in which patients presented with a displacement of the trachea due to a neck mass and required ventilation.
This case report examines how of point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) in the emergency department may be used to identify proximal hamstring ruptures, a diagnosis that typically can be easily overlooked on initial presentation.
This retrospective study evaluates the accuracy and efficacy of routine antenatal ultrasound (US) screenings for vasa previa.
In this case report, point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) is used to diagnose choroid detachment in a patient whose funduscopic exam is obscured due to cataracts.
In this editorial, Savitsky et al. overviews the current state of knowledge surrounding spontaneous pneumothorax (SP) incidence and recurrence rates, diagnostic practices, and management techniques, including the role of ultrasound in pneumothorax identification.