Atlas of Emergency Ultrasound
There are already plenty of reference texts on how to perform a bedside ultrasound. Atlas of Emergency Ultrasound is different. It is a visually dynamic atlas, packed full of images of a broad spectrum of pathologic entities and emergency conditions. Over 300 detailed examples of positive ultrasound findings are provided, covering every organ system and showcasing the full range of pathology the clinician might encounter when using ultrasound. Each condition comprises several images with detailed captions and minimal text, enabling quick reference in a busy clinical setting. Both common and rare findings are included. A free companion website is also available (www.cambridge.org/features/fox/), featuring videos of cardiac, vascular and gastrointestinal ultrasound sequences and a range of ultrasound-guided procedures. Written by a leading emergency ultrasound physician and educator, and containing over 800 high-quality images, Atlas of Emergency Ultrasound is an invaluable resource for any clinician using bedside ultrasound.
- Electronic book text | 184 pages
- 23 Nov 2011
- CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
- Cambridge, United Kingdom
- 718 colour illus.
Table of contents
Preface; 1. Biliary ultrasound Dan Gromis; 2. Focused assessment with sonography in trauma Trish Fermin and John Christian Fox; 3. Cardiac ultrasound Shane Summers; 4. Pelvic ultrasound Cindy Chau and John Christian Fox; 5. Pediatric ultrasound George Mittendorf and Stephanie Doniger; 6. Musculoskeletal ultrasound Jennifer McBride and Deborah Shipley; 7. Ocular ultrasound George Mittendorf and John Christian Fox; 8. Genitourinary ultrasound Christine Umber and John Christian Fox; 9. Procedural guidance Eric Chin; 10. Lung ultrasound Seric Cusick; 11. Venous ultrasound Kevin Burns and John Christian Fox; 12. Arterial ultrasound Sharis Simonian and John Christian Fox; 13. Intestinal ultrasound Warren Wiechmann and Chase Warren; Index.
About J. Christian Fox
John Christian Fox is Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine, Chief of the Division of Emergency Ultrasound, and Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Director, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine, CA, USA.