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Anthony J. Dean, MD
Intensivist and Emergency Medicine Bedside Ultrasound (INBU and EMBU)
Anthony J. Dean, MD
08/27/2011 | Time : 52 min
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Topics mentioned in this video : Options for haemodynamic assessment, Goals and objectives, Probe orientation, Two sonographic windows, Probe selections, Basic orientation: trv upper abdomen, Distinguishing between IVC and aorta, IVC, IVC vs. aorta, Two pulsatile vessels IVC evaluation: technique, Longitudinal vs. transverse planes, Extrinsic compression of IVC, IVC longitudinal pitfalls, Corrected IVC in longitudinal plane, Subxiphoid vs. intercostal window, Quantitative measures of IVC: collapse index, IVC measured in different planes, Qualitative How reliable are gross visual estimates of IVC shape?, Inter-rater agreement , IVC collapse index, A high IVC-CI, A low IVC-CI, Other IVC metrics: diameter, Sonographic assessment of the IVC: goals and objectives, Clinical utility of INBU, “INBU” intensivist bedside ultrasound, Cited literature, IVC diameter in pediatrics, IVC to aorta ratio, Clinical dehydration scale, Bedside ultrasound assessment for dehydration, IVC evaluation: caveats and pitfalls, IVC evaluation pitfalls: IVC or aorta , IVC vs. aorta, Identify the vessels, what is the error?, Impression?, Other pitfalls, Problems?, Summary, Questions?

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Keywords : B-mode ultrasound, central venous pressure, collapse index, CVP, emergency medicine ultrasound, hepatic vein, high IVC collapse index, hypotension, hypotensive, hypovolemia, hypovolemic, inferior vena cava, intensivist ultrasound, intercostal sonographic window, IVC collapse index, IVC, longitudinal plane, low IVC collapse index, M-mode ultrasound, subxiphoid sonographic window, transverse plane

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