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A 35 year old female was brought in after a motor vehicle collision. She was the unrestrained driver in the accident and a passenger in her car died at the scene. Her blood pressure is 74/46, heart rate is 132, temperature 98.2, oxygen saturation 98% on room air. Nurses have already started giving her the fluid bolus you ordered. She is complaining of abdominal pain. Her FAST (Focused Assessment with Sonography in Trauma) was positive for free fluid in Morison's Pouch. What do you do now? *
When performing a Trans-abdominal US in pregnancy which statement is most accurate? *
A 30-year old male presents to the emergency department with right flank pain, dysuria and hematuria. After intravenous fluid hydration and analgesia, a bedside renal ultrasound shows mild right-sided hydronephrosis. An aortic ultrasound is within normal limits. Which of the following statements is correct regarding this patient? *
You are performing a Focused Assessment with Sonography in Trauma (FAST) exam. While trying to evaluate the splenorenal space, you are having trouble due to overlying ribs. How can you improve your visualization? *
An 18 year old female presents with abdominal pain and vaginal bleeding. A bedside pregnancy test is positive. Your bedside US reveals free fluid in Morison's Pouch and a suspicious adnexal mass. She is hemodynamically stable and her Beta HCG is in process. What is the most appropriate course of action? *
You have a hemodynamically unstable who has an abdominal aortic aneurysm on ultrasound exam, but you do not identify free fluid on your FAST exam, you next step in management should include: *
A 23-year old male presents to the emergency department with sudden onset of left flank pain radiating to the groin, nausea, and vomiting. When performing bedside renal ultrasound for evaluation of the patient's symptoms, the goal of your study is to: *
What is the most specific sign of pneumothorax? *
When performing the gallbladder exam, the patient can be placed in which position to aid visualization? *
Which of these mistakes in the performance of an abdominal aorta ultrasound if likely to result in an overestimation of the diameter? *
A nurse calls you to the bedside of an obese patient with abdominal pain. He is unable to insert a peripheral IV and asks for your assistance. You decide to use ultrasound to identify a peripheral vein to cannulate. How do you distinguish between the brachial from the basilic veins? *
According to ACEP, how many credentialed exams are required before a clinician may begin to utilize a particular ED ultrasound application in routine clinical work? *
A 95 year old male presents to the Emergency Department with right upper quadrant pain. When evaluating his gallbladder, which of the following findings on ultrasound is abnormal? *
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