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10:50 EDT 27th April 2017 | BioPortfolio

Original Source: Paramedic application of ultrasound in the management of patients in the prehospital setting: a review of the literature.

Objectives Recently, attempts have been made to identify the utility of ultrasound in the management of patients in the prehospital setting. However, in the UK there is no directly relevant supporting evidence that prehospital ultrasound may reduce patient mortality and morbidity. The evidence available to inform this debate is almost entirely obtained from outside the UK, where emergency medical services (EMS) routinely use doctors as part of their model of service delivery. Using a structured review of th...

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King’s College Hospital state ease of use and applications of point-of-care ultrasound

The Emergency Department at King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is a busy trauma centre dealing with over 400 cases every day. Point-of-care ultrasound has been used in the department of over...

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From its early days, ultrasound has morphed and expanded its use in diagnostic radiology. The evolution continues today as the medicine supporting ultrasound continues to advance.

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Begin Treating Acute Cholecystitis Based on Point-of-Care Ultrasound Findings

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Global Portable Ultrasound Devices Market by Type, Area of Application and Region Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth Trends and Forecasts 2016 2021 [Updated: 01012017] Prices from USD $4255

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An overview of point-of-care ultrasound for soft tissue and musculoskeletal applications in the emergency department.

The skin, soft tissue, and most parts of the musculoskeletal system are relatively superficial anatomical structures and ideal targets for ultrasound examination in the emergency departments. Soft tis...

Vascular applications of contrast-enhanced ultrasound imaging.

Contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) imaging is a powerful noninvasive modality offering numerous potential diagnostic and therapeutic applications in vascular medicine. CEUS imaging uses microbubble c...

Characterisation of Contrast Agent Microbubbles for Ultrasound Imaging and Therapy Research.

The high efficiency with which gas microbubbles can scatter ultrasound compared to the surrounding blood pool or tissues has led to their widespread employment as contrast agents in ultrasound imaging...

Highly sensitive fiber laser ultrasound hydrophones for sensing and imaging applications.

We have developed highly sensitive photonic ultrasound hydrophones based on polymer-packaged dual-polarization-mode fiber lasers. The incident ultrasound wave is scattered by the polymer cylinder due ...

Ultrasound of the Knee: Common Pathology Excluding Extensor Mechanism.

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