Blurry 1 RMBefore you call the ophthalmologist, pull out the bedside ultrasound.

POC RMHow POC ultrasound can be of special benefit to ill or injured children

Preg RM“Ugh, what a waste of time and resources…” you hear your intern mutter under his breath. You decide not to let a good mentoring and teaching moment slip past you, so you reply, “What’s going on? What can I do to help you?” Your intern looks so exasperated with the patient that he just saw that he doesn’t even register your look of consternation.

Kidney  Perirenal cyst RMYou are midway through a busy shift when you pick up a chart of a young man with flank pain and vomiting. He was actually seen yesterday in your ED by one of your colleagues who diagnosed renal colic by bedside ultrasound, thus obviating the need for any radiation exposure or even the delays associated with a comprehensive ultrasound by radiology. Unfortunately, now the patient is back with increasing right flank pain...

sound RMA disturbing vital sign can often be worked up quickly with ultrasound… but not always  

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