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The Future of POCUS Research

Interviews from SCUF 2019

By Michael Prats, MD on 05/27/19 06:00 AM

The annual conference of the Society of Clinical Ultrasound Fellowships (SCUF) is an incredible opportunity to converse and interact with many leaders in point-of-care ultrasound education and research. We took advantage of having so many brilliant people in one place to ask them all a few question about what they think are the next steps in POCUS research.


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FemInEM and Ultrasound GEL Co-Podcast

at the Society of Clinical Ultrasound Fellowships Conference

By Resa E. Lewiss, MD on 05/13/19 06:00 AM

Resa and Mike team up to discuss important happening at SCUF 2019 Annual conference. Guest stars Nova Panebianco and Sara Damewood!


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Unselected Patients

The Prevalence of Pathology in the ED

By Michael Prats, MD on 04/29/19 06:00 AM

We use ultrasound a lot. Sometimes we find things that are not clearly related to the reason the patient came in. The prevalence of these incidental findings relates to the usefulness of the diagnostic test. These authors take the bull by the horns, randomly whole-body-POCUS scanning emergency department patients to see what sort of findings might pop up. But should disease prevalence change our use of the tool? https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30587153


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