WELCOME TO THE NARRATED LECTURE PAGE

The following are a series of lectures that have been loaded onto Vimeo. They are in a format that can be viewed on just about any computer, iPhone, iPad, or i-whatever you have. Click on any of the lectures listed below and you will be linked to the corresponding video. When playing the videos, you may want to expand your viewing screen by clicking the "full screen" button on the lower right of each video. There is currently over 11.5 hours (692 minutes) of free ultrasound content to watch and enjoy!

Of note, depending on your institution, the following lectures may be counted towards the 5 hours of continuing educational ultrasound activities per credentialing cycle required by ACEP (2008 Emergency Ultrasound Guidelines). These lectures are a combination of didactics that I created, as well as other sources of free, open access content such as the incredible
Academy of Emergency Ultrasound.
  • AORTA
    A ton of material about abdominal aortic anatomy and pathophysiology. Learn about the sonographic presentation of AAA and aortic dissection. An essential modality for the emergency sonographer. 23 minutes.
    https://vimeo.com/41791516
    A lecture by Dr. Arthur Au (Thomas Jefferson University) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 13 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
  • APPENDIX / BOWEL / PYLORIC STENOSIS
    A basic lecture on the right lower quadrant scan. Watch the adjacent AEUS lecture for more details. 44 minutes.
    https://vimeo.com/93051990
    A lecture by Dr. Marla Levine (Maimonides Medical Center) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 12 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
    https://vimeo.com/69551555
    A lecture by Dr. Tahisha Tolbert (Maimonides Medical Center) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 9 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
    https://vimeo.com/42164365
    A lecture by Dr. Alexander Arroyo (Maimonides Medical Center) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 16 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
    https://vimeo.com/37877537
    A lecture by Dr. Samuel Lam (Advocate Christ Medical Center) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 11 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
  • BILIARY / GALLBLADDER
    Learn the essential techniques of locating the gallbladder, scanning carefully for stones, and measuring gallbladder wall thickness. Approaches to common bile duct identification and measurement are covered in detail. 38 minutes.
    https://vimeo.com/87759897
    A lecture by Dr. Joseph Minardi (West Virginia University) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 16 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
  • CARDIAC / IVC
    Emergency echocardiography is broken down into the four main views of the heart (and a look at the IVC), with an emphasis on identification of effusions and estimation of EF. Essential skill set in the work-up and management of the critically ill patient. 40 minutes.
    A brief overview of my approach to scanning the patient with undifferentiated hypotension. Narrow your differential (or cinch your diagnosis) in less than 2 minutes. 7 minutes.
    https://vimeo.com/44570642
    A lecture by Dr. Chris Moore (Yale University) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 27 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
    https://vimeo.com/44575412
    A lecture by Dr. Chris Moore (Yale University) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 26 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
    Looking for a way to non-invasively assess volume status? After this lecture, the inferior vena cava will become part of your resuscitation of any critically ill patient. Learn the techniques for assessing IVC diameter and collapsibility. 5 minutes.
    https://vimeo.com/59095991
    A lecture by Dr. Jonathan Fischer (Thomas Jefferson University) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 30 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
  • DVT
    A simplified approach to lower extremity DVT ultrasound is presented. Learn about the sonographic appearance of lymph nodes, Baker's cysts, superficial thrombophlebitis, etc. Use compressibility to quickly (and easily) assess for deep venous clots. 23 minutes.
    https://vimeo.com/52819569
    A lecture by Dr. Frances Russell (University of Connecticut) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 11 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
  • FAST
    A basic lecture on the FAST exam. Learn why this is an incredibly useful but admittedly limited diagnostic study in trauma. 33 minutes.
    https://vimeo.com/34118863
    A lecture by Dr. Beth Cadigan (Albany Medical Center) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 20 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
  • OB / GYN
    Follow the developing fetus from its earliest sonographic appearance to the latter stages of development. Learn 1st trimester U/S using both trans-abdominal and trans-vaginal approaches. Plenty of examples of ectopic pregnancies. 29 minutes.
    https://vimeo.com/41808262
    A lecture by Dr. Lorraine Ng (St. Luke’s Roosevelt) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 28 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
    https://vimeo.com/52830902
    A lecture by Dr. Meghan Herbst Ng (University of Connecticut) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 18 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
  • OCULAR
    https://vimeo.com/41575053
    A lecture by Dr. Turan Saul (St. Luke’s Roosevelt) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 25 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
  • PHYSICS
    An awfully stimulating lecture that covers everything from ultrasound buttons to the strange artifacts that confound your interpretations. 18 minutes.
    https://vimeo.com/94786374
    A lecture by Dr. Resa Lewiss (University of Colorado) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 21 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
  • PROCEDURAL
    https://vimeo.com/59095992
    A lecture by Dr. Negean Vandordaklou (University of California Irvine) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 21 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
  • RENAL / BLADDER
    A comprehensive look at kidney pathology. Hydronephrosis, kidney and ureteral stones, bladder masses, urinary retention--great overview of the entire urinary system. You may even order fewer CT scans. 26 minutes.
    https://vimeo.com/69556457
    A lecture by Dr. Peregrine Dalziel (Mass General) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 25 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
  • SOFT TISSUE / MUSCULOSKELETAL
    Differentiate between abscess and cellulitis. Plenty of examples of various pus-filled lesions for your viewing pleasure. Never drain (or not drain) a "spider bite" again without the benefit of ultrasound. 17 minutes.
    Basic approach to finding foreign bodies embedded in the skin and soft tissue. Use your ultrasound artifacts to track down tiny bits of debris and, most importantly, impress your colleagues. 10 minutes.
    https://vimeo.com/41682960
    A lecture by Dr. Matt Fields (Thomas Jefferson University) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 14 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
    https://vimeo.com/46518256
    A lecture by Dr. James Moak (University of Virginia) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 17 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
  • TESTICULAR
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  • THORACIC / AIRWAY
    The focus of this lecture is on identifying pneumothorax by the presence or absence of pleural sliding. A remarkably easy exam, try it out on your next patient with severe, spontaneous chest pain. More sensitive than a chest Xray. 7 minutes.
    https://vimeo.com/46515236
    A lecture by Dr. Sara Damewood (University of Wisconsin) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 18 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
    https://vimeo.com/122483333
    A lecture by Dr. Tarin Kang (LA County) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 8 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
  • VASCULAR ACCESS
    Learn ultrasound-guided peripheral and central venous access. Consider the merits of either a transverse or longitudinal approach. Watch a central venous access from start to finish...using ultrasound. 14 minutes.
    https://vimeo.com/41543020
    A lecture by Dr. Jennifer Martin (St. Luke’s Roosevelt) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 11 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
    https://vimeo.com/44255343
    A lecture by Dr. Arun Nagdev (Alameda County / Highland General Hospital) for the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) lecture series. 20 minutes.

    AEUS is proud to provide open access to a large library of educational videos on clinical ultrasound. Each topic is narrated by the author.
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