Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS)

一群來自亞洲的專家 (Asian Emergency & Critical UltraSound Network, AEACUS Network), 在日本的Kameda醫師的號召下,共同整理了近年POCUS在急重症的應用。
很榮幸能藉由POCUS分享自身的經驗,
也很榮幸能藉由POCUS和許多的專家們交流,並成為很好的朋友。

Edited by Dr Toru Kameda

This series was published in Journal of Intensive Care.

Portable ultrasound devices, which have become less expensive and higher quality, have come into wide use in emergency rooms and intensive care units. In recent years, the concept of point-of-care ultrasound has been become widely accepted. Point-of-care ultrasound has its value if it gives clinicians useful clinical information in a short time. Various clinical studies on point-of-care ultrasound were carried out based on the ideas of “extraction”, “creation” and “integration”.
The “extraction” was that inspection items suitable for point-of-care ultrasound were extracted from comprehensive ultrasound in diagnostic radiology.
The “creation” was that the findings were created by the clinician at bedside.
The “integration” was that the findings in each region were integrated in patients with shock or dyspnea.

Echocardiography for patients undergoing extracorporeal cardiopulmonary resuscitation: a primer for intensive care physicians

Lung ultrasound—a primary survey of the acutely dyspneic patient

Make it SIMPLE: enhanced shock management by focused cardiac ultrasound

Clinically integrated multi-organ point-of-care ultrasound for undifferentiated respiratory difficulty, chest pain, or shock: a critical analytic review

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

Overview of point-of-care abdominal ultrasound in emergency and critical care

Role of upper airway ultrasound in airway management

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