Core review: physician-performed ultrasound: the time has come for routine use in acute care medicine.

@article{Royse2012CoreRP,
  title={Core review: physician-performed ultrasound: the time has come for routine use in acute care medicine.},
  author={Colin Forbes Royse and David Jeffrey Canty and John G Faris and Darsim L Haji and Michael G Veltman and Alistair Royse},
  journal={Anesthesia and analgesia},
  year={2012},
  volume={115 5},
  pages={1007-28}
}
The use of ultrasound in the acute care specialties of anesthesiology, intensive care, emergency medicine, and surgery has evolved from discrete, office-based echocardiographic examinations to the real-time or point-of-care clinical assessment and interventions. "Goal-focused" transthoracic echocardiography is a limited scope (as compared with comprehensive examination) echocardiographic examination, performed by the treating clinician in acute care medical practice, and is aimed at addressing… CONTINUE READING
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