• Jonathan Wilkinson

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    Consultant Intensive Care Medicine and Anaesthesia Northampton General Hospital —  Northampton, UK

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  • Point of Care Ultrasound: The Critical Imaging Tool for the Critically

    • 08/12/2022

    This article aims to discuss the specific role of point of care ultrasound (POCUS) in the diagnosis and management of pathology in the critical care setting, as well as a specific tool to aid in invasive procedures. We discuss the ABCDE assessment of patients within critical care using POCUS.   Introduction Since its introduction, the use of bedside ultrasound has become a ubiquitou

  • Ultrasound in Times of COVID-19

    • 19/05/2020

    The potential clinical utility of ultrasound modalities in the COVID-19 patient, the limitations, evidence base and governance over point of care ultrasound images during a pandemic and a discussion on whether the hype surrounding Lung Ultrasound (LUS) is justified. Introduction The use of ultrasound outside radiology has already become well established within many of the acute...

  • Abdominal point-of-care ultrasound in critical care

    • 24/01/2019

    The secrets of the abdomen Overview of abdominal point-of-care ultrasound use in the ICU, potential diagnoses and findings common to the critical care patient population.   The use of point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) in critical care as a diagnostic and monitoring tool is rapidly expanding. While its role in cardiovascular and respiratory assessment is well established (within critical care)


    • 16/10/2018

    Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) is an invaluable tool to differentiate the various types of shock which may co-exist in the critically unwell patient. It is beyond the remit of this article to teach the skill of POCUS. Rather, it provides an overview of how the various POCUS modules could be integrated and utilised in the shocked patient. "A fool with a tool is still a fool" What...

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