#TheResusTEEWorkshop London 2019 - First European Workshop
#TheResusTEEWorkshop Los Angeles 2019
The third #TheResusTEEWorkshop of 2019 and the 1st European edition of this course was held this weekend in London, UK.
18 participants from Critical Care, Anesthesiology and Emergency Medicine, from 7 countries completed the 8-hour course and learnt the fundamentals of #ResusTEE.
#TheResusTEEWorkshop Miami 2019
The second #TheResusTEEWorkshop of 2019 was held this weekend in downtown Los Angeles.
22 participants from EM and Critical Care joined the course faculty Abi Kumaresan (Cardiac Anesthesia), Bret Nelson (Emergency Medicine), James Horowitz (Cardiac Critical Care), Frances Mae West (Intensive Care), Philip Andrus (Emergency Medicine)
The right tool for the right patient: Resuscitative TEE in the diagnosis of massive PE in the ED
The first edition of #TheResusTEEWorkshop 2019 was held at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach, on February 16th, 2019.
24 participants joined the course faculty for an 8-hour deep dive into the fundamentals of #ResusTEE.
TEE during initiation of ECMO in Cardiac Arrest
We have multiple tools in the ED that allow us to assess patients rapidly. But of course, you must use the right tool for the patient. Transthoracic echo (TTE) can be useful to assess a patient in shock and is our go-to tool when we approach a patient with hemodynamic decompensation or shock. But what happens when TTE fails you?
A brief case to illustrate the invaluable role of TEE during cannulation for ECMO in cardiac arrest (ECLS)