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Study of Ethics & Law: Analysis of Lawsuits Related to Diagnostic Errors from Point-of-Care Ultrasound in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Family Medicine and Critical Care in the USA.

As adoption of this Point-of-Care ultrasound continues to increase in internal medicine, cardiac care, pediatrics and more, there are some concerns about potential for lawsuits related to its use in clinical practice....
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Clinical Investigations: Systematic Assessment of the Impact of Ultrasound-Enhancing Agents upon Measurements of Cardiac Size and Function by Echocardiography

Ultrasound-enhancing contrast agent (CON) is now used routinely to improve both endocardial definition and accurate measurements in patients with suboptimal image quality....
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