ALiEMU New Course: Pediatric Ultrasound-Guided Peripheral IV Access
Did you know that the ALiEMU learning management platform has courses in addition to the AIR Series? We just published the third installment of the pediatric point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) series, which focuses on peripheral IV access using ultrasonography. Do you use the traditional transverse, transverse with dynamic needle tip visualization, or longitudinal ultrasound technique?
ALiEMU: Pediatric EM Ultrasound-Guided Peripheral IV Access
Go get your ALiEMU course completion certificate on POCUS for Peripheral IV Access. The UCSF authorship team of Drs. Margaret Lin, Scott Sutton, and Aaron Kornblith cover the details of performing this common procedure. This includes understanding the vascular anatomy, optimizing ultrasonography technique, and applying advanced troubleshooting tips.
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