The classic comprehensive text on point-of-care ultrasound has been updated with the most current techniques and diagnostic methods, and includes videos showing common procedures in real time
Ma and Mateer's Emergency Ultrasound has been the definitive text for clinicians text since it was first published. This heavily illustrated guide from top experts in the field covers the training, techniques, and diagnostic skills for successful point-of-care ultrasound, with a special emphasis on problems most commonly encountered in the emergency or acute care setting.
Packed with 200 photos and illustrations, this brand-new edition gets you fully up to speed on the use of ultrasound in trauma, cardiac, critical care, pulmonary, hepatobiliary, renal, testicular, and other applications, as well as clinical considerations and indications, anatomical considerations, common abnormalities, and mistakes to avoid. With consistent chapter organization that makes it easy to find the answers you need, this peerless text includes side-by-side comparisons of normal/abnormal scans; new chapters on pulmonary and critical care; expanded chapters on cardiac and musculoskeletal ultrasound; and includes videos of common procedures in real time.
O. John Ma, M.D., Associate Professor, Vice Chair for Academic Advancement, and Research Director, Department of Emergency Medicine, Truman Medical Center, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine, Kansas City, Missouri.
James R. Mateer, MD, RDMS, Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, Attending Staff Physician, Waukesha Memorial Hospital, Waukesha, Wisconsin