Emergency Ultrasound: Principles and Practice
Emergency Ultrasound: Protocols and Practice provides the information you need to successfully perform ultrasound in the emergency department. The book is designed to serve as a quick reference tool, offering bulleted text, color-coded anatomical drawings, and plenty of images to help you understand which images are important and how to get them.
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Introduction and Basics
ThoracoAbdominal Protocols 27
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