Ultrasound Videos 

 

 

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See if you can help figure out what is wrong with this 3 piece suit jockey who comes to you with elbow pain. Are your ultrasound skills up to the challenge?
 

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In this module we cover the anatomic anatomy of the upper arm in more detail. Specifically, we talk about the anatomic relationship of the brachial vessels and the major peripheral nerves (median, radial, ulnar and musculocutaneous).
 

 

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The female pelvis in the FAST exam: where free fluid collects
 

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In this module we cover the anatomic anatomy of the upper arm in more detail. Specifically, we talk about the anatomic relationship of the brachial vessels and the major peripheral nerves (median, radial, ulnar and musculocutaneous).
 

 

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Here it is!! The top 5 emergency ultrasound cases done by Vanderbilt Emergency Medicine residents in 2015. What are they and who took the top prize this year? You’ll have to watch to find out. Enjoy!
 

 

 

 

 

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A preview to the Top 5 US cases of 2015. These 5 honorable mentions highlight some excellent uses of emergency ultrasound by ED residents in 2015

 

 

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Introduction to Doppler Part 1
In this exciting module, we cover the basic history of Christian Andreas Doppler, a few conspiracies surrounding his life and what it all means for you as a sonographer. Loaded with lots of FUN!!

 

 

 

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Introduction to Doppler part 2 This short module focuses on the practical aspects of how to perform Doppler. We discuss the Color Flow Doppler and Spectral Doppler and review the proper technique of sampling, scale and gain. It’s loads of fun.

 

 

 

 

 

 

MSK Procedures  

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Introduction to Doppler Part 1
MSK Procedures: US guided hematoma block and elbow arthrocentesis

 

 

 

 

The male pelvis in the FAST exam  

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Introduction to Doppler Part 1
The male pelvis in the FAST exam: where free fluid collects

 

 

 

The Second & Third Trimester Pregnancy  

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Introduction to Doppler Part 1
The Second and Third Trimester Pregnancy Exam

 

 

 

 

Basic and Advanced Echo views  

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Introduction to Doppler Part 1
In this quick tutorial, we describe the basic 4 view cardiac ultrasound exam and the more advanced 6 view cardiac ultrasound exam, including apical 2 and 3 chamber views.

 

 

 

 

The Top 5 US Cases 2014  

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We selected the top 5 US cases by Vandy EM residents this past year. From an AAA to cardiac tamponade, these US exams were game changers

 

 

 

 

Lung Ultrasound: The Meaning of B-lines  

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In this short segment, we describe the physics, pathophysiology and anatomic relevance of B-lines. We give a few examples highlighting B-lines and their common mimics.

 

 

 

 








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RV Strain and TAPSE 






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Right Ventricular Strain & Failure 






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Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction Caveats: Episode #1 






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Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction Caveats: Episode #2 






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Vanderbilt Emergency Ultrasound Conference 1-6-2014: The Gallbladder!! 






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Vanderbilt Emergency Ultrasound Conference 1-13-2014: The Common Bile Duct
In this episode, we bravely take on the infamous CBD. We dare you to find out more... 






Introduction to Ultrasound Physics part 1 from Vanderbilt Emergency Medicine on Vimeo.

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Physics Part1. 






Introduction to Ultrasound Physics Part 2 from Vanderbilt Emergency Medicine on Vimeo.

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Physics Part2. 


Introduction to Ultrasound Physics Part 2 from Vanderbilt Emergency Medicine on Vimeo.

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Knobology. 





How to visually estimate left ventricular ejection fraction from Vanderbilt Emergency Medicine on Vimeo.

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How to estimate left ventricular ejection fraction. 






Hydronephrosis from Vanderbilt Emergency Medicine on Vimeo.

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Hydronephrosis 






Peripheral IV Insertion from Vanderbilt Emergency Medicine on Vimeo.

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US guided Peripheral IV Insertion 






Ocular Ultrasound from Vanderbilt Emergency Medicine on Vimeo.

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Ocular Ultrasound: You will need this for the eye lab on July 4th.