BCE 81 Tension Hydrothorax

Tension hydrothorax is a massive pleural effusion presenting with hemodynamic abnormalities secondary to mediastinal compression. Dr. Allan Shefrin tells his Best Case Ever of a child who presents in shock and discusses the causes of tension hydrothorax, indications for tube thoracostomy for hydrothorax and integration of POCUS into pediatric resuscitation.

POCUS Cases 8 – LV Dysfunction

In this POCUS Cases video Dr. Rob Simard reviews the literature on accuracy of identifying LV dysfunction on POCUS by non-radiologists, the steps in assessing LV dysfunction, and cautions us when it comes to patients with chronic LV dysfunction...