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CLINICAL FOCUS REVIEW • Point-of-care Ultrasound in Cardiac Arrest

Point-of-care ultrasound – an established reliable bedside diagnostic modality for the differentiation of shock – is increasingly used during the management of cardiac arrest. Various resuscitation guidelines advocate for the role of point-of-care ultrasound in cardiac arrest ......
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MITRALVALVE DISEASE | Mitral Valve Prolapse Patients with Less than Moderate Mitral Regurgitation Exhibit Early Cardiac Chamber Remodeling

Mitral valve prolapse (MVP), which has a prevalence of 2.4% in the general population, is the most common etiology of mitral regurgitation (MR). The natural history of MVP is diverse, ranging from slow progression of mild MR degrees, to rapid progression to severe MR requiring cardiac surgery.......
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ORIGINAL INVESTIGATION | Utility of a Deep-Learning Algorithm to Guide Novices to Acquire Echocardiograms for Limited Diagnostic Use

The believe that this AI guidance algorithm represents a step forward in the interaction of AI with medical imaging and may allow for extension of ultrasonography to settings that ordinarily do not have access......
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A DIAGNOSTIC ACCURACY STUDY | Auscultation Versus Point-of-care Ultrasound to Determine Endotracheal Versus Bronchial Intubation

While it is relatively straightforward to discriminate tracheal intubation from esophageal intubation, identifying correct location of the endotracheal tube (ETT) within the trachea remains challenging.......
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ORIGINAL CLINICAL RESEARCH REPORT | Gastric Ultrasound Assessing Gastric Emptying of Preoperative Carbohydrate Drinks: A Randomized Controlled Noninferiority Study

Gastric ultrasound provides quantitative and qualitative information about nature of gastric contents before anesthesia. It is a useful tool for assessing risk of pulmonary aspiration, which has altered clinical management during anesthesia......
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