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Tag: POCUS

The subcostal bicaval view

We are familiar with the subcostal 4 chamber and inferior vena cava (IVC) views. There is also something called subcostal bicaval view, where you can visualize both IVC and the […]

Kosmos panel discussion on VExUS

Brief lectures on the importance of venous congestion, Doppler flow patterns, clinical indications of VExUS and technique followed by Q&A session.

Lung ultrasound findings in diffuse alveolar hemorrhage

When evaluating a patient with acute glomerulonephritis, pulmonary-renal syndrome (PRS) is often on the differentials. PRS is used to describe a life-threatening condition characterized by the combination of rapidly progressive […]

Venous congestion (#VExUS) panel discussion

Register here for a multi-specialty panel discussion on VExUS organized by Kosmos handheld ultrasound. Dr. Jones is an emergency medicine physician and a well-known POCUS educator; Dr. Rola is an […]

A case of urinary frequency and urgency

A middle-aged woman is seen in nephrology clinic for recurrent nephrolithiasis. She was previously advised to drink plenty of water but thinks she is probably drinking ‘too much’ because she […]