Point-Of-Care-Ultrasound Doppler Training for Clinicians (Part 1)
Iranian Journal of Emergency Medicine,
Vol. 10 No. 1 (2023),
30 November 2022
Today, clinicians use ultrasound, similar to the use of a stethoscope ten years ago. We will soon see ultrasound probes in the pockets of every medical student (1), Nowadays, ultrasound probes are used in the examination of patients, and ultrasound is no longer considered a para-clinical procedure, and during patient examinations, we also perform ultrasounds for our patients in order to limit differential diagnosis (2). As a result of these examinations and applying clinical and ultrasound findings, the desired treatment is determined.
- point of care ultrasound
- clinical doppler
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