This article outlines clinical applications of ultrasonography as an objective and direct measure of pulmonary edema in cases of acute heart failure.
This observational study evaluated the use of ultrasound to differentiate between esophageal versus tracheal intubation in patients who received either emergency intubation during CPR or rapid sequence intubation.
This 61-year-old male presents with complaints of chest pain and shortness of breath. Please evaluate the lung with sonography.
This 51-year-old male with history of thyroid cancer presents with shortness of breath, cough, and dyspnea. Please use sonography to examine his lungs.
This 26-year-old male with history of Marfan’s syndrome presents with right-sided chest pain. Please use sonography to examine his right anterior chest.
This 38-year-old male presents with altered mental status and retractions following a motorcycle accident. T=37C BP=70/p mmHg HR=110 bpm RR=28 bpm O2 sat=92% on room air. Using ultrasound, what pathological conditions are evident?
This 49-year-old male with history of lung cancer presents complaining of progressive shortness of breath and right-sided chest pain. Using ultrasound, what is the most likely diagnosis?