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Sound Rounds: US-Guided Subclavian Cannulation

Welcome to another edition of Sound Rounds (finally)! This morning (well, Tuesday morning, when I started writing this post...), we had the pleasure of Dr. Kevin Gurysh (our current EUS fellow) teach us a new technique of placing a subclavian central venous catheter under ultrasound guidance. The lesson was inspired by (stolen from?) this episode of… Continue reading Sound Rounds: US-Guided Subclavian Cannulation

Sound Rounds

Sound Rounds 1 – Optic Nerve Sheath Diameter

In this first published edition of the Duke EUS Sound Rounds, our very own chief resident Dr. Brendan Flanagan gave us a thorough overview of the literature behind using POCUS to evaluate optic nerve sheath diameter (ONSD). What We're All Taught We're classically taught that because the coverings of the brain and optic nerve are… Continue reading Sound Rounds 1 – Optic Nerve Sheath Diameter