play_arrow

keyboard_arrow_right

skip_previous play_arrow skip_next
00:00 00:00
playlist_play chevron_left
volume_up
chevron_left
  • Home
  • keyboard_arrow_right Opinion
  • keyboard_arrow_right Echo Debate- Should We Use Echocardiography for Fluid Status Assessment in Critically Ill Patient

Opinion

Echo Debate- Should We Use Echocardiography for Fluid Status Assessment in Critically Ill Patient

Dr Swapnil Pawar July 30, 2018 102


Background
share close

In this epic debate, two experts Dr Sam Orde & Dr Yang Yang along with echo stalwart A/Prof Konstantin Yastrebov explore the current role of echocardiography in fluid status assessment in critically ill patients. This is a highly controversial topic and choosing a winner is merely impossible.

Tagged as: , , .

Rate it
Previous post
close
  • 226

Opinion

Acute RV Failure

Dr Swapnil Pawar July 20, 2018

The left ventricle (LV) gets the glory typically. Any echo request usually relates to LV ejection fraction, filing status or regional wall motion abnormality. Perhaps this is fair enough as […]

Read more trending_flat