Lung ultrasound in the critically ill

D. Lichtenstein (Boulogne, France)

Source: Procedure Video 2012
Number: 11
Disease area: Respiratory critical care


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Hamdi Gabr Amar - 17.08.2014 04:59
a general idea rather than comprehensive

Wedad Nabih - 22.03.2014 06:30
need more details about abnormal findings on US

Suman Paul - 06.10.2013 14:54
please include usg guided examination of heart, IVC and femoral vein
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