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thank you for this lectures PROFESSOR mark rosen , i have a question when the ivc is collapsed inferior than 1.5 mm is it not a sign of shock and in emergency care of a patient with low pressure is it a trick that can lead us for the perfusion thank you
merci pour ces vidéos educatives
very informative usg video. thanks a lot.
thanks for inf usg,,,
thank you :)
valuable ,,,,,,, thancks
Fabulous video, Dr. Rosen…thanks, Brian Levy, MD FRCP(C)
Why does an ultrasound machine make rapid beeps sometimes?
dr. mark rosen mentions being able to scan the neck for CVP estimate, but there is no corresponding video on your channel. can you explain how to do that? I've read about measuring the pressure to compress the IJ and/or just measuring the dimensions of the IJ but I'm not sure and couldn't find too much on it. Thanks for any info.
tanck you a lot. It,s educational video,and I have a benefit off it
great… ty for lecture
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