Pocket Atlas of Emergency Ultrasound

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McGraw Hill Professional, Oct 22, 2010 - Medical - 608 pages
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Improve your ability to perform and interpret emergency ultrasound exams with this unique pocket atlas

Featuring more than 400 ultrasound images, dozens of illustrations, and concise, bulleted text, Pocket Atlas of Emergency Ultrasound allows you to instantly compare and contrast your real-time images with those identified here. You will also find valuable how-to guidance covering essentials such as probe placement, patient positioning, and proper settings along with anatomical drawings that help you visualize affected organs.

You’ll also find:

  • Clinical Considerations
  • Clinical Indications
  • Anatomic Considerations
  • Technique and Normal Findings
  • Tips to Improve Image Acquisition
  • Common and Emergent Abnormalities
  • Pitfalls

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Chapter 1 Ultrasound Basics
Chapter 2 Trauma
Chapter 3 Cardiac

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About the author (2010)

Robert F. Reardon, MD
Ultrasound Director
Department of Emergency Medicine
Hennepin County Medical Center
Associate Professor
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, Minnesota

James R. Mateer, MD, RDMS
Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine
Department of Emergency Medicine
Medical College of Wisconsin
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Staff Physician
Emergency Medicine
Waukesha Memorial Hospital
Waukesha, Wisconsin

O. John Ma, MD
Professor and Chair
Department of Emergency Medicine
Oregon Health & Science University
Portland, Oregon

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