Earlier, we discussed the utility of POCUS in evaluating hemodynamic acute kidney injury in cirrhosis. The following images were obtained from a patient with alcoholic liver cirrhosis, who had been […]
In the previously posted videos and articles, we talked about the normal Doppler patterns of major abdominal veins used for VExUS grading and how they transition with increasing right atrial […]
The VExUS panel meets again in this webinar organized by Kosmos. In this video, Dr. Rola discusses a case where VExUS guided management in the acute setting (start to approx […]
Brief lectures on the importance of venous congestion, Doppler flow patterns, clinical indications of VExUS and technique followed by Q&A session.
Here is the video comprising of two presentations given during the MetroHealth Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds, December 2020. Lecture 1: (starts 00:00) – Bedside assessment of venous congestion: VExUS by […]
VExUS is venous excess ultrasound grading system intended to quantify systemic venous congestion, which is particularly important in patients with tenuous fluid volume status (e.g. those with right sided heart […]
Doppler ultrasonography (DUS) is used to identify the blood flow, quantify it as well as evaluate the flow pattern. In Nephrology practice, it is mainly used in the assessment of […]