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POCUS in Acute Kidney Injuries

POCUS in Acute Kidney Injuries By Rolando Claure Del Granado Acute kidney injury (AKI) is a clinical syndrome caused by a multitude of hemodynamic, toxic, and structural insults...

IVC: Upper Abdomen View

A 75-year-old female underwent abdominal ultrasound examination. The clinician observed that the IVC appeared suspicious. The following image and videos of the IVC in the upper...

IVC Anatomical Challenge

Case Study: A 28-year-old male athlete underwent an abdominal scan. The emergency medicine ultrasound fellow obtained the following sagittal view of the mid-IVC. What is the...

Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) Exam

Do you know how to detect the fluid status during a point-of-care-ultrasound examination of the inferior vena cava (IVC)? Normal IVC Note the difference in diameter of the IVC...

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