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ESICM Webinar – FOCUS on #POCUS

*This webinar was kindly sponsored by GE*

We would love to hear from you and any feedback/questions would be welcomed. OR if you want to find out more about #POCUS fellowships……

The presentation….

https://www.icloud.com/keynote/0TjTY6dm-GTqkL_YCFewLu4kA#ESICM_webinar

Reference list

What is #POCUS

Lichtenstein D, van Hooland S, Elbers P et al. Ten good reasons to practice ultrasound in critical care. 

Lichtenstein D and Mezière G (2008) Relevance of lung ultrasound in the diagnosis of acute respiratory failure. The BLUE-protocol. 

Perera P, Mailhot T, Riley D et al. The RUSH exam: Rapid ultrasound in shock in the evaluation of the critically ill. 

Lichtenstein D.A. Lung Ultrasound as the First Step of Management of a Cardiac Arrest: The SESAME-Protocol. In: Lung Ultrasound in the Critically Ill. Springer, 2016 Cham

Training in #POCUS

Malbrain MLNG, De Tavernier B, Haverals S et al. Executive summary on the use of ultrasound in the critically ill: consensus report from the 3rd Course on Acute Care Ultrasound (CACU). 

Mayo P, Beaulieu Y, Doelken P et al. American College of Chest Physicians/La Société de Réanimation de Langue Française statement on competence in critical care ultrasonography. 

Expert Round Table on Ultrasound in ICU. International expert statement on training standards for critical care ultrasonography. 

Wong A, Galarza L and Duska F. Critical Care Ultrasound: A systematic review of international training competencies and program. 

Galarza L, Wong A and Malbrain M. The state of critical care ultrasound training in Europe: A survey of trainers and a comparison of available accreditation programmes. 

Future of #POCUS

Robba C, Goffi A, Geeraerts T et al. Brain ultrasonography: methodology, basic and advanced principles and clinical application. A narrative review. 

Aitkinson P, Beckett N, French N et al. Does point-of-care ultrasound use impact resuscitation length, rates of intervention and clinical outcomes during cardiac arrest? A study from the Sonography in Hypotension and Cardiac Arrest in the Emergency Department (SHoC-ED) Investigators. 

Feng M, McSparron JI, Kien Dt et al. Transthoraccic echocardiography and mortality in sepsis: analysis of MIMIC-III database.

If you are REALLY interested in pushing the limits of ultrasonography in critical care … https://thinkingcriticalcare.com/

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