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Tip of the Week Ultrasound Diagnosis in the EMS Setting

How important is it for EMS providers to have an ultrasound device in the prehospital setting? How far have we gone in the integration of ultrasound in EMS?

Get these questions,and more, answered by MedicCast Live guests Brian Dunnigan, EMT-P and Dr. Eric Brader from Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA, as they join the podmedic, Jamie Davis, in the discussion of the relevance of having ultrasonography available in the EMS setting as well as some examples where having and ultrasound device at hand will be critical in the speedy diagnosis of patients

For more on EMS ultrasound, see links below

Article on EMS Ultrasound

Ultrasound Assessment Tools.pdf

EMS Ultrasound by Dr. David Spear

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