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Ultra-Portable Ultrasound in the Critical Care Unit

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    So small, it is called the ‘pocket ultrasound,' Dr. Eyal Herzog, director of the cardiac care unit at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York, discusses with host Dr. Jason Birnholz the results of his research on the handheld portable ultrasound unit in the cardiac care department. Dr. Herzog reports no significant differences in image quality compared to the larger, high-end machine. The portability of the handheld has the capacity to improve care by increasing the speed at which we can assess critically ill patients.

     

     

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    So small, it is called the ‘pocket ultrasound,' Dr. Eyal Herzog, director of the cardiac care unit at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York, discusses with host Dr. Jason Birnholz the results of his research on the handheld portable ultrasound unit in the cardiac care department. Dr. Herzog reports no significant differences in image quality compared to the larger, high-end machine. The portability of the handheld has the capacity to improve care by increasing the speed at which we can assess critically ill patients.

     

     

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Schedule16 Oct 2021