E/e' for Acute Heart Failure

Too much for the masses?

By Michael Prats, MD on 03/26/18 06:00 AM

Point of care ultrasound protocols for acute heart failure are a dime a dozen these days - for good reason. Ultrasound has made this diagnosis way easier in the acute care setting. The question now is who can come up with the best protocol - something easy, accurate, and fast. These authors put their spin on the traditional heart and lungs protocol by including a measurement of the left atrial pressure. How does it hold up?


Special Edition: Critical Care POCUS Articles in Dublin, Ireland

Part 3

By Michael Prats, MD on 03/19/18 06:00 AM

This is the conclusion, nay- the FINALE, of this spectacular discussion of critical care ultrasound. After several rounds of Guinness, this crack team is still dropping insightful pearls about how to use point of care ultrasound in real-life critical care practice. Enjoy this last foray into the collective knowledge of the Dublin podcast group.


Special Edition: Critical Care POCUS Articles in Dublin, Ireland

Part 2

By Michael Prats, MD on 03/12/18 08:46 AM

Our heroes return with more harrowing tales of ultrasound in critical care. Join us for the second part of our mini-series as our seven POCUS experts laugh and banter while discussing more concepts and new research in this field. Great stuff!

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Have you been living under a rock? If not - then you know that POCUS doesn't help hypotensive patients. Well...maybe don't believe all the hype. We will cover this in a podcast later, but for now you should read it yourself!