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Transducer marker pointing towards the patient’s right shoulder

Note the overall activity of the heart and any gross abnormality

Note any pericardial effusion especially below the posterior wall

Examine the cardiac segments motion and structure

Harsh Sura
Nader Guma
Amna Khan


Israr Khan
Harsh Sura
Nader Guma


Ahad Samad
Harsh Sura
Nader Guma
Apoorva Pandharpurkar

Mazen Kherallah

Harsh Sura
Nader Guma
Manar  Ismail

What do you see here?

Tense ascites!

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How to differentiate the vein from the artery:


The vein is usually:

• Oval in shape, thin walled

• Compressible with gentle pressure

• Non pulsatile


Seif Hayek
Nader Guma
Sabri Elmansouri
Harsh Sura

Color Flow (CF)


When applying Color Flow, the top of the box on the left of the screen will indicate the color of the flow towards the transducer, and the bottom of the box indicates the color of the flow away from the transducer. In this example the Flow towards the transducer is red, and the flow away from the transducer is blue

Harsh Sura
Israr Khan
Nader Guma
Apoorva Pandharpurkar

M-mode through the diaphragm showing its movements with deep inspiration as we discussed in our POCUS workshop

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Apoorva Pandharpurkar
Tarek Slibi
Mizba Baksh
Harsh Sura


Apoorva Pandharpurkar
Israr Khan

Pneumonia

  • The lung tissue will resemble the hepatic parenchyma

  • B Lines may be present

  • In the case of associated pneumonia, Alveolar Consolidations with air bronchogram and possible Shred sign may be seen


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Ayham Alagha
Apoorva Pandharpurkar
Nader Guma
Mizba Baksh

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Sadia Usmani
Apoorva Pandharpurkar
Ayham Alagha
Nader Guma

Shafaq Taj
Mazen Kherallah