Overview on how to interpret the various echo and lung ultrasound findings with respect to the various etiologies of shock and hypovolemia.
Prof. Thomas Binder, MD, FESC Cardiologist
How can echocardiography help diagnose cardiogenic shock?
Prof. Binder and Bruno discuss what to look for when using echocardiography in the setting of cardiogenic shock.
How is MS associated with rheumatic fever?
Rheumatic fever is the most common cause of mitral stenosis. In this clip, Prof. Thomas Binder, MD explains how the two pathologies are connected.
How can I assess the severity of cardiomyopathy?
Being able to assess the severity of your patient's cardiomyopathy allows you not only to make a prognosis for his or her future, but also supports you in making a treatment decision and in following up on patients - let Prof. Thomas Binder, MD show you how to do this.
What is dilated cardiomyopathy?
In this introductory video, Prof. Thomas Binder, MD explains the definition of dilated cardiomyopathy and briefly discusses why this is a very important disease to know.
What left-heart pathologies cause pulmonary hypertension?
Here we discuss several left-heart diseases that cause pulmonary hypertension, and that can be found with echocardiography.