Ocular POCUS of Retinal Detachment, Vitreous Hemorrhage, and Vitreous Detachment

The Sound of Sight

By Michael Prats, MD on 06/10/19 06:00 AM

They say seeing is believing...what about seeing a study about a machine that listens in order to see an organ that itself is used to see? Most scholars agree this too is believing. Of course, we are (in a convoluted way) referring to ocular ultrasound. Historically a great party trick, can this modality accurately diagnose visual problems in the emergency department? It's been done before, but it hasn't been done to this degree. Sit back, relax, and visualize the latest in ocular POCUS research.


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.


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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