Case - have you ever watched the Tour de France? Where the participants torment their bodies to total exhaustion.
It was a very difficult decision. As many of you suggested, we did not want to put Brigitte’s life at risk. Her pulmonary pressure was more than 70 mmHg.
As doctors we are usually responsible for the life of ONE patient. However, this is not always the case...
Echocardiography is usually performed in the dark, but sometimes it makes sense to turn the lights on.
How well would YOU have done if you were in a similar situation as the colleagues who resuscitated Christian Eriksen while millions of spectators were watching?
Several million people witnessed live as soccer player Christian Eriksen stumbled, fell and was resuscitated during the European Championship game between Denmark and Finland just a few days ago.
Learning carotid duplex ultrasound online made easy. Online Textbook (Chapter 15) dealing with Endartectomy and stenting: Methods, indications and complications. Companion to our online video course.
Chapter 14 of our online book on carotid duplex ultrasound. Here we explain how to asses the subclavian steal syndrome. Learn when to suspect, detect, grade, and quantify the subclavia steal syndrome.
Lung ultrasound can be helpful to determine the cause of dyspnea. Here is an example: Does this patient have COVID pneumonia or something else? Test your skills:
Did you ever look at the lungs with ultrasound when performing an echo? The information you gain here can be extremely helpful.