Advanced Right Heart Ultrasound for Healthcare Providers
Ultrasound Podcast
by Jailyn Avila
3d ago
A few months ago, I had a pleasure participating in the Southwestern Ultrasound Regional Fellowship conference (SURF), with a phenomenal group and amazing faculty. One of those faculty members is Dr. Dana Sajed, Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine and Director of the Clinical Ultrasound Fellowship at LA County and USC Hospital. In this talk, Dana will walk us through his perspectives on advanced RV ultrasound and the nuances of using the information clinically.  Stay tuned for more videos from that amazing 1-day course! Hope you enjoy! ? Connect with Us ? Our in-person (wit ..read more
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5 Minute Sono - Kidney Stones
Ultrasound Podcast
by Jailyn Avila
1M ago
In this video I'm gonna do a much-needed revamp of the kidney stone (aka ureterolithiasis) 5 Minute Sono video that I first published back in 2015! In this video I give you some updated information and some higher quality clips. The way we typically identify the presence of kidney stones using ultrasound is to have a pretest suspicion of kidney stones and then identifying the presence or absence of hydronephrosis. We are typically much more accurate at identifying the secondary findings of an obstructive kidney stone (i.e., hydronephrosis) then we are of identifying the kidney stone itself (bu ..read more
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Butterfly iQ3 Unveiled: Core Ultrasound’s Comprehensive Review and Insights, Part 1
Ultrasound Podcast
by Jailyn Avila
1M ago
I’m so excited to share with you my unboxing of the new Butterfly iQ3.  Watch to see my first impressions! I’ve had the pleasure of working with many ultrasound companies over the past 10 years, both as a consumer and as an ultrasound director of a large academic hospital.  I’ve enjoyed all of the iterations of the Butterfly ultra-portable ultrasound transducer, but I love their third version (the iQ3), the best! They took all of the best parts of the last version (the iQ+) and added features we’re very excited about: Better imaging (especially with the cardiac), programable buttons ..read more
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Ultrasound-Facilitated Pain MGMT in the ED
Ultrasound Podcast
by Jailyn Avila
1M ago
Patients with acute pain can be challenging to manage in the ED. This week, I speak with two pain control experts: Dr. Alexis LaPietra and Dr. Katherine Vlasica. They both completed a pain management fellowship at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in New Jersey. Dr. LaPietra is the founder and creator of the Alternatives to Opiates (ALTO) program and the newly formed Pain Management Section of ACEP. Both are actively involved in a multi-modal approach to pain control in the ED, often including ultrasound-guided nerve blocks. This podcast is the audio version of the interview.  If you'd ..read more
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The Full Hand Block
Ultrasound Podcast
by Jailyn Avila
1M ago
This episode is a repost from a 5 Minute Sono episode back in 2017.  In this case, I discuss performing a full hand block (blocking the ulnar, radial and median nerves).  Check it out! Missed Castlefest 2020? Check out our Core Ultrasound Courses page for full access to the course! Interested in an online ultrasound fellowship? Check out ultrasoundleadershipacademy.com  ..read more
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5 Minute Sono - Pericardiocentesis
Ultrasound Podcast
by Jailyn Avila
2M ago
I am so happy to share with you our latest video on how to perform an ultrasound guided pericardiocentesis! This video has gone through a few revisions but I think this one is my best one so far (although I do concede that I may be a little bit biased?) this video already assumes that you know how to tell a difference between a pericardial effusion and pericardial tamponade. If you need a review, please check out the YouTube/website for a refresher! Hope you enjoy! ? Connect with Us ? If you want more education goodness, check out the links below! Check out our longitudinal, year-lon ..read more
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My Top 4 Favorite Blocks
Ultrasound Podcast
by Jailyn Avila
2M ago
This week I get to share with you an online lecture I gave for "EM-Sono Mastery 2021" in March (Thanks, Dr. Marco Garrone!).  In this lecture I share with you my top 4 favorite nerve blocks.  Check it out! Don’t forget to check out Courses.coreultrasound.com for all your CME educational needs! Our new POCUS Question Bank is HERE Our newest in-person conference will be in Sunny San Diego! Check out the URL here: https://www.soundandsurf.com  If you’re interested in an online ultrasound fellowship, check out www.ultrasoundleadershipacademy.com ..read more
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5 Minute Sono - IVC
Ultrasound Podcast
by Jailyn Avila
2M ago
This week on the podcast we have a new version of the 5 Minute Sono video on the sonographic evaluation of the IVC.  The IVC is not going to primarily diagnose anything (usually!), but instead is used to evaluate the central venous pressure (CVP). If the IVC is plump and not collapsing, it means a high CVP, and if it is small and collapsing a lot, it means low CVP.  This is most helpful when evaluating a patient in shock, as it can help push you towards or away from specific diagnoses (such as septic shock vs cardiogenic shock).  This is actually the third revision of this educa ..read more
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From Motion to Meaning: ULA Image Review, Episode 2
Ultrasound Podcast
by Jailyn Avila
2M ago
In this week’s video, we’re showing you our second episode of the new Ultrasound Leadership Academy Image Review: From Motion to Meaning.  The Ultrasound Leadership Academy is a non-profit whose sole function is to educate medical providers on best practices while incorporating ultrasound into their daily practice.  We offer many different tiers of support, including dedicated image review, personalized curriculum and one-on-one virtual hangouts.  Click the link to learn more! ? Connect with Us ?    Check out our FREE content on our website: https://www.coreultrasound ..read more
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Mastering Volume Responsiveness: Dr. Terren Trott on Velocity Time Integral (VTI) Techniques, Part 2
Ultrasound Podcast
by Jailyn Avila
3M ago
In the last episode I showed you part one of the interview I had with Dr. Terren Trott discussing the velocity time integral and how it can be used to help manage our sick patients. In this episode, I share with you the thrilling conclusion! If you want to learn this technique AND MORE, check out our upcoming in-person mini-course SONOLAB, March 5th in sunny San Diego. (Click here for more info! https://www.soundandsurf.com/the-sono-lab/p/san-diego-2024) ? Connect with Us ? If you want more education goodness, check out the links below! Check out our longitudinal, year-long and virtu ..read more
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