Emergency Ultrasound

Bedside ultrasound imaging has become an integral aspect of emergency care over the past few decades. From resuscitation of trauma patients to evaluation of acute dyspnea, bedside imaging allows the clinician a rapid and often life-saving view of pathology. Clinicians, researchers and educators have continued to develop both diagnostic and procedural bedside imaging in order to improve patient care.

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February 28, 2022

Sound Advice at the Management Course

To increase interaction with individual programs and help disseminate innovative ideas, we launched this unique segment at ACEP Emergency Ultrasound Management Course 2021.

January 31, 2022

From the Immediate Past Chair

Penelope Lema, MD FACEP Dear Ultrasound Colleagues, Happy New Year! It was wonderful to see many of you in Boston at the ACEP Scientific Assembly in October last year. It truly was a group effort to h...

January 31, 2022

Popliteal Sciatic Nerve Block

A 55-year-old helmeted male with a past medical history of hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and hypothyroidism, presented with left ankle pain and left leg pain after hitting black ice and falling while ...

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Our ACEP Section started in 1996. We promote Advocacy, Education, Guidelines, Policy, and Training in Point-of-Care Ultrasound. Over 1700 members. #ACEPeus

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Education and Training

ACEP CME Ultrasound Education 

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Running a Program

From Program Creation to Workflow

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POCUS in COVID Town Hall Recording

An international discussion on the role, implementation, and concerns regarding POCUS in COVID

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