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DÉCLARATION DE POSITION International Federation for Emergency Medicine Consensus Statement : Sonography in hypotension and cardiac arrest ( SHoC ) : An international consensus on the use of point of care ultrasound for undifferentiated hypotension and during cardiac arrest

@inproceedings{Atkinson2016DCLARATIONDP,
  title={D{\'E}CLARATION DE POSITION International Federation for Emergency Medicine Consensus Statement : Sonography in hypotension and cardiac arrest ( SHoC ) : An international consensus on the use of point of care ultrasound for undifferentiated hypotension and during cardiac arrest},
  author={P. Atkinson and J. Bowra and J. Milne and D. Lewis and M. Lambert and B. Jarman and V. Noble and H. Lamprecht and T. Harris and J. Connolly and R. Gaspari and R. Kessler and C. Raio and P. Sierzenski and B. Hoffmann and C. Pham and M. Woo and P. Olszynski and R. Henneberry and O. Frenkel and J. Chenkin and Greg Hall and L. Rang and M. Valois and C. Wurster and M. Tutschka and Robert Arnt and Eld and Jason W Fischer and M. Tessaro and J. S. Bomann and A. Goudie and G. Blecher and A. Salter and M. Rose and A. Bystrzycki and S. Dass and O. Doran and R. Large and H. Poncia and Alistair Murray and J. Sadewasser},
  year={2016}
}
Introduction: The International Federation for Emergency Medicine (IFEM) Ultrasound Special Interest Group (USIG) was tasked with development of a hierarchical consensus approach to the use of point of care ultrasound (PoCUS) in patients with hypotension and cardiac arrest. Methods: The IFEM USIG invited 24 recognized international leaders in PoCUS from emergency medicine and critical care to form an expert panel to develop the sonography in hypotension and cardiac arrest (SHoC) protocol. The… Expand

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