TAKE YOUR CLINICAL SKILLS TO THE NEXT LEVEL - FAST & ACCURATE DIAGNOSIS AT THE BEDSIDE THAT "PRACTICALLY FEELS LIKE CHEATING."
Lung Ultrasound (LUS) is becoming a critical skill for clinicians of all levels. LUS has proven to be useful in a wide variety of acute and chronic conditions. As a result, It is rapidly gaining popularity across many different medical specialties.
Lung Ultrasound is relatively easy to learn, quick to perform at the bedside, and outperforms the accuracy of a chest X-ray for most lung conditions…
In fact, LUS rivals the accuracy of CT imaging for acute respiratory failure - without the radiation. Therefore, LUS can safely be utilized in all patient populations (including pediatrics and pregnancy), both inpatient and outpatient.
In Lung Ultrasound Explained Clearly, you'll enjoy a series of concise videos, quizzes, and case studies as you move towards mastery. It has never been easier to get clarity with Lung Ultrasound. Start watching now (some videos are "free trial") and have confidence with this exciting and incredibly useful imaging modality!
Clearly understand lung ultrasound findings in the diagnoses of COPD, asthma, pneumothorax, pulmonary embolism, pulmonary edema, pneumonia, pleural effusion, acute respiratory distress syndrome and more...
WHAT YOU'll RECEIVE FROM THIS COURSE:
- A systematic approach to performing a bedside ultrasound and spot abnormal findings
- Illustrations and examples of all major abnormal LUS findings
- Recognize key patterns on lung ultrasound and what they mean clinically
- Learn an evidence-based protocol (the BLUE protocol) for diagnosing causes of acute respiratory failure with a 90.5% accuracy!
- Understand how LUS can be used adjunctly in airway and ventilator management
- Reinforcement of key concepts with actual patient cases
- Quiz questions to reinforce core concepts and help you study
- Approved for 5.5 contact hours of Continuing Respiratory Care Education (CRCE) credit by the American Association for Respiratory Care.
- 1 year of unlimited access on up to 3 devices
Section 2 - Lung Ultrasound Signs
- The Pleural Line & Lung Sliding
- Quiz 5
- Quiz 6
- Quiz 7
- "C-lines" and Consolidation
- Quiz 8
- Pleural Effusion & PLAPS
- Quiz 9
Section 3 - Lung Ultrasound Profiles & Pathology
- The BLUE Protocol Introduction
- Quiz 10
- Lung US Profiles
- Quiz 11
- Quiz 12
- Quiz 13
- Pulmonary Embolism
- Quiz 14
- Pulmonary Edema
- Quiz 15
- Quiz 16
- Quiz 17
Optional: Receiving CRCE Contact Hours for This Course
- Congratulations! Your CRCE Certificate
CAROLINE MWANGI, MD
Quite elaborate with a very simplistic and easy to understand approach.
FERNANDO FERNANDEZ ARCAS, MD
it is one of the best courses on US I have done and I HAVE TRIED MANY, and the best for lungs!!
In depth and concise. Thank you, I feel more confident in my education.
This course gave clear and thorough explanations for all of the concepts discussed involving Lung Ultrasound. The diagrams and flow charts were especially helpful for me personally.
Excellent course and very useful. Quizzes at the end of each video are very beneficial for remembering these concepts. I'm sure I will be viewing the course again when I need a refresher.
the course explained everything very clearly and the quizzes help me understand it more
MEJREME MALOKU, MD
It was Very clear and very helpful
Professionally produced videos with clear precise explanations of the material. Dr. Jacquet found a way to provided me with enough information to make the material digestible in a short amount of time while also keeping the subject matter clinically fit for use in the "real world". I HIGHLY RECOMMEND!
I really liked how clear and concise each video was. I feel like I have a good understanding of lung ultrasounds after having taken this course. The quizzes give you a good take away on what you should know overall and it helps that i can see which questions I got wrong and why.
ALAN CASHELL, MD
This course has been very helpful. It is clearly presented and well illustrated. I would only comment that the nomenclature regarding the deep femoral veins is incorrect. There is no such thing as the superficial femoral vein or the common femoral vein. There is the femoral vein and there is the deep femoral vein or profunda femoris vein. It is confusing to say that the superficial femoral vein is a deep vein on a duplex Doppler report because a thrombus in the femoral vein that is called the superficial femoral vein may not trigger anticoagulation or filter placement that would otherwise be appropriate.
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