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Neonatal and Pediatric Ultrasound BachelorClass

Neonates have unique anatomy, physiology, and diseases; so neonatal ultrasound applications and interpretation differ from adults in many vital ways. Our Neonatal and Pediatric Ultrasound BachelorClass covers a wide range of POCUS applications in Neonatology and Pediatrics, focusing on echocardiography and ultrasound of the lung, abdomen, brain, and spine as well as ultrasound-guided procedures like umbilical venous catheter placement, paracentesis, and lumbar puncture. It includes memorable illustrations, real-life scanning demonstrations, and interactive cases with specific tips and tricks for your clinical decision-making in pediatrics, pediatric cardiology and in the neonatal intensive care unit.



00:09:37 Chapter 1

In this chapter, we will describe the importance of neonatal point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS). We highlight how neonatal anatomy and physiology are different than children and adults. The neonatal uniqueness deserves a separate dedicated POCUS class.

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2:18:01 Chapter 2

In this chapter, we will talk about basic neonatal cardiac POCUS views, LV systolic function, fluid assessment, umbilical venous catheter position, and pericardial effusion.

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38:19 Chapter 3

In this chapter, we will introduce you to neonatal lung ultrasound, discuss how to perform neonatal lung ultrasound, and cover neonatal lung ultrasound clinical applications.

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33:54 Chapter 4

In this chapter, we will introduce you to neonatal abdominal ultrasound, ultrasound-guided paracentesis, and neonatal bladder ultrasound.

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25:33 Chapter 5

In this chapter, we will cover emergent cranial ultrasound - anatomy & pathology.

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17:38 Chapter 6

This chapter will cover basic spinal ultrasound and ultrasound-guided lumbar puncture.

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