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You heard it first on TOTAL EM! Host Chip Lange, also founder of the ultrasound education company Practical POCUS, is a fan of EB Medicine and our evidence-based journals and CME courses. In Episode #157 of his podcast, he featured content covered in the premiere issue of our Pediatric Trauma EXTRA! Chip hit the high points, making the case that diagnostic POCUS can help emergency clinicians make swift and sound decisions for managing pediatric trauma patients. One key benefit is that bedside ultrasound carries less risk than exposure to ionizing radiation from CT scans. But there’s more to the story. Read the full-length article, “Diagnostic Point-of-Care Ultrasound: Assessment Techniques for the Pediatric Trauma Patient,” for a current and comprehensive review of the evidence.
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With this article, you will learn:
How to perform the FAST and E-FAST examinations to detect free fluid, pneumothorax, and hemothorax
How skull fractures are differentiated from sutures on ultrasound
How to use ultrasound to identify forearm fractures and guide fracture reductions
The pediatric-specific cardiac ultrasound views to obtain when assessing for pericardial effusion, cardiac tamponade, and left ventricular ejection fraction
The applications of intra-arrest cardiac ultrasound in pediatric patients
How to take measurements of the inferior vena cava on ultrasound for intravascular volume assessment
The signs to look for when using ultrasound to assess for testicular torsion
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