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Emergency Ultrasound Made Easy E-Book, PDF eBook

Emergency Ultrasound Made Easy E-Book PDF

Edited by Justin Bowra, Russell E McLaughlin, Paul Atkinson, Jaimie L Henry

Part of the Made Easy series

PDF

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Description

This simple, jargon-free text fits in your pocket, providing an 'on-the-spot' guide to clinician-performed ultrasound in the emergency department, intensive care unit or in the field.

Written by an international team of experts and comprehensively updated in its third edition, Emergency Ultrasound Made Easy brings together in one volume the latest indications for focused ultrasound, including those related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The text is highly accessible and easy to use in an emergency. It is aimed at the rapidly expanding cohort of non-radiologist clinical sonographers who use focused ultrasound. However, its broad scope (for example using ultrasound in the rapid diagnosis of DVT) makes it an invaluable addition to the library of any doctor with an interest in the technique, whether in primary care or the hospital setting.

  • Simple to read and follow
  • Free of jargon
  • Fast step-by-step guide to ultrasound procedures
  • Clear diagrams
  • Tips and pitfalls to avoid
  • Multiple accompanying videos featuring examples of ultrasound in clinical practice
  • New chapter on the use of ultrasound in small anatomical structures such as the eyes and testes
  • New chapter on paediatric ultrasound
  • Respiratory chapter updated to include COVID-19
  • Multiple accompanying videos featuring examples of ultrasound in clinical practice
  • New chapter on the use of ultrasound in small anatomical structures such as the eyes and testes
  • New chapter on paediatric ultrasound
  • Respiratory chapter updated to include COVID-19
  • Information