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Abstract

THE EVOLVING ROLE OF ULTRASOUND IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT 2019

*Dr. Mazin Kauther Abdullatif, Dr. Thoha Mawlood Fatih Allah and
Dr. Yusra Ahmed Abdullah

ABSTRACT

Ultrasound has dramatically influenced the practice of emergency medicine in the twenty-first century. From its introduction to the medical landscape in the 1950s, it has been studied and utilized in various diagnostic exams and procedural guidance. Bedside ultrasound allowed emergency physicians easy access to immediate imaging, giving them the means to make management decisions quicker and improve quality of care. Ultrasound has demonstrated utility in examination of the heart, lungs, kidneys, liver, biliary system, uterus, ovaries, testicles, eyes and many other structures in the body. It decreases unsuccessful attempts and post-procedural complications in peripheral and central venous cannulation, pericardiocentesis, thoracentesis and other procedures. It has become a vital component of emergency medicine education and physicians now graduating with increased skills in ultrasound will continue to refine and develop its role in the emergent care of critically ill patients.

Keywords: ultrasound, POCUS, point of care ultrasound, echocardiography, FAST.


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