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Ultrasound in shock
Welcome to EM Monthly September 2022 titled "Ultrasound in shock"!
The session is moderated by Dr Jim Connolly and Dr Senad Tabakovic, and include the following presentations:
1. The wonder of Shock US by Dr Jim Connolly and Dr Senad Tabakovic
2. The reality: ShockED study by Dr Paul Atkinson and Dr Hein Lamprecht
3. Ultrasound in obstructive shock by Dr Kalyanasundaram Murali
5. Interactive resus cases by Dr Pete Croft
6. RESUS TOE/TEE by Dr Andrew Fried

Sep 29, 2022 05:00 PM in Brussels

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Speakers

Dr Jim Connolly
Consultant in Emergency Medicine @RVI’s Great North Emergency and Trauma Centre, UK
Dr Jim Connolly has been a practicing Physician since 1988 and an ED Consultant since 2000, having completed his training in the North of England. He currently works at RVI’s Great North Emergency and Trauma Centre. Over the years Dr Connolly has gained experience of chairing committees at multiple levels including 2 years as head of department, which included leading change management and governance of the ED. Dr Connolly has an active educational portfolio teaching and directing multiple Life Support courses as well as innovating and creating point of care Ultrasound courses He has been involved with EUSEM for over 20 years, initially helping at precongress courses and in the last decade taking on Ultrasound Section Chair and organising precongress and other EUSEM courses.
Dr Pete Croft
Director of POCUS @Maine Medical Center in Portland, USA
Dr Pete Croft completed medical studies in the Ohio State University, attended residency in Maine Medical Center and joined fellowship in Massachusetts General Hospital. He is a director of POCUS for emergency medicine residency at Maine Medical Center in Portland, ME and teaches POCUS at various EM and ICU conferences in the USA and overseas. Dr Croft grew up just north of Boston, MA, the youngest of a family of four. He claims having the best wife and mom in Maine, Kristin, and they have two little beasts - Blake and Bruce.…and a dog AJ. Dr Croft lives with his family in North Yarmouth about 30 minutes northwest of Portland and take advantage of the area cycling, running, swimming, and exploring. His other merriments include: hypermiling, woodwork, and endless yard work.
Dr Kalyanasundaram Murali
Consultant in Emergency Medicine @National Health Service, UK
Dr Hein Lamprecht
Senior emergency medicine physician @Cape Town, South Africa
Dr Paul Atkinson
Clinical Academic Head, Department of Emergency Medicine @Horizon Health Network, Saint John Area
Dr Paul Atkinson is the Clinical Academic Head, Department of Emergency Medicine at Horizon Health Network, Saint John Area and assistant Dean Research, Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick. In addition he is also Professor at Department of Emergency Medicine, Dalhousie University and Clinical Associate Professor, Memorial University of Newfoundland. Furthermore he is Deputy Editor at Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine and Co-Director of Emergency Critical Care Ultrasound, Canada. Dr Atkinson is Past Chair of Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians Research Committee and Provincial Research Subcommittee, New Brunswick Trauma Program.
Dr Andrew Fried
Assistant professor @Maine Medical Center in Portland, Maine, USA
Dr Andrew Fried is assistant professor of emergency medicine and the director of the resuscitative transesophageal echocardiography program at Maine Medical Center in Portland, Maine, USA.
Dr Senad Tabakovic
Medical Director @ED Hospital Wil, St Gallen, Switzerland