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This 56 year-old previously well male presented with acute shortness of breath. You perform a BCCE and find the following clip. What do you think is most likely?
You recently inserted a central line in this patients right subclavian vein. The patient is very unstable and you perform a chest ultrasound. What does the following clip show?
How would you categorize this LV function?
You are performing a basic critical care echo on this 42 yo male with undifferentiated hypotension. You find an obvious pericardial effusion on apical and parasternal views. You image the IVC and find the following. How does this change the likelihood of tamponade?
You ultrasound a 73 yo female with acute respiratory failure. You find the following image on the right anterior chest wall. What does this image show?
This 60 yo male with Hx DM, CAD, COPD, vascular disease, who presented with acute on chronic SOB. What key septal finding is shown here?
70 yo female with acute shortness of breathe, fever and weakness over 7 days. You perform a thoracic ultrasound and find the following. What findings and diagnosis is most suspected?
Grossly quantify this pleural effusion.
What abnormality is shown in this clip?
You have seen a 82 yo female with shock. She seems poorly responsive to inotropes and vasopressors. What is the problem?