Ultrasound Guide for Emergency Physicians

Welcome to Sonoguide! Sonoguide was developed to help you understand the scope and practice of emergency ultrasound.

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The purpose of this web-based ultrasound guide is to expose more emergency physicians to this great diagnostic tool. It was initially developed for the beginner (the medical student) with little ultrasound experience. However, it also includes advanced concepts and skills for those with more ultrasound skill. We hope Sonoguide will encourage more physicians to implement ultrasound in their everyday clinical practice. Ultrasound is an extremely valuable diagnostic tool and with the appropriate knowledge, physicians might be able to improve its utilization compared to other diagnostic tests such as CT or MRI.

Co-Editors

Dasia Esener, MD, MS, FACEP

Dr. Esener is Fellowship Director of the Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship at Kaiser Permanente in San Diego, CA. She has written numerous book chapters and lectured both nationally and internationally on the topic of emergency ultrasound. She is currently co-editor for Sonoguide.

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Gabriel Rose, DO

Dr. Rose is the Associate Fellowship Director of the Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship at Kaiser Permanente in San Diego, CA. He has directed several bedside ultrasound courses in Beira, Mozambique and Cape Town, South Africa. Dr. Rose maintains a special interest in thoracic ultrasound and the use of ultrasound in resource-limited settings.

This resource was originally developed from an ACEP Emergency Ultrasound Section grant. The Sonoguide Team would like to thank FUJIFILM Sonosite, Inc., for their generous sponsorship of Sonoguide.

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