It’s really exciting to be at the outer frontier, trying to figure out some new clinical areas. Now these have all been described, however the ability of clinicians to properly identify certain pathophysiological findings has been limited prior to POCUS. Following the trail being blazed by Dr. Andre Denault, we are also working on expanding the applications, particularly in resuscitation/deresuscitation and CHF/AKI. There are more questions than answers, but that’s exactly why it’s interesting.
So for those unfamiliar with the topic here is a small intro:
And for those following, here is the discussion:
Do expect more from us about this. Watch this space. It is practice changing.
Here’s a link to the article referenced during the recording: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29573604
Andre and I discussing venous congestion
…if you dig around the blog in the past year there are a bunch more!
do share your thoughts!
[…] POCUS to identify venous congestion is a growing area of interest. Our own Phillipe Rola discusses current practice in this area with some special guests. […]
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