iPhone, iPad, iResuscitate - the simplicity of ULTRASOUND in distilling the complex and effectively RESUSCITATING the critically-ill and injured
Franciscan St. Francis Hospital, Carmel, United States
Chris Hartman started his EMS career over 30 years ago. He has worked as a paramedic, flight physician and now emergency physician. His interests include pre-hospital medicine, critical care, trauma and resuscitation. He is the medical director for International Trauma Life Support in Indiana, Past-President of the American College of Emergency Physicians Indiana Chapter, and serves the Governor of Indiana on the State Trauma Advisory Board. Chris holds the rank of assistant professor of emergency medicine for the Indiana University School of Medicine and works in the emergency department at Franciscan St. Francis Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana.
According to da Vinci, Einstein, and Jobs; complexity distilled, is a thing of beauty. Not simplistic, but sophisticated simple. And that's ultrasound. Navigate the complex patient, gather the pieces and assemble a diagnosis. This lecture focuses on ultrasound tricks of the trade in assessing and resuscitating critically-ill and severely traumatized patients.