Emergency and Clinical Ultrasound Board Review
is a comprehensive guide for preparing for the Advanced Emergency Medicine Ultrasonography or Critical Care Echocardiography board exams, and for residents preparing for in-training examinations in ultrasound. The text consists of over 500 multiple-choice questions, organized into 18 chapters covering ultrasound topics such as physics, eFAST, echocardiography, thoracic, aorta, hepatobiliary, renal, pregnancy, soft tissue, ocular, procedural, airway, ENT, DVT, testicular, abdominal, and musculoskeletal applications. This is a multi-specialty work, with contributors representing the fields of emergency medicine, internal medicine, cardiology, critical care, and radiology. Chapters include questions, answers with detailed explanations and references to primary or landmark articles to help better navigate a standardized exam. Questions are written in a case-based format that emulates the ABEM and NBE board exams, and are supplemented by
over 800 figures, tables, boxes, and online videos.Author:
Oxford University Press, USAPublished:
10.93h x 8.54w x 1.01dISBN:
About the Author
Alan T. Chiem, MD, MPH, is an emergency physician with specialty training in point-of-care ultrasound. He is Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Olive View-UCLA Medical Center, at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, in Sylmar, CA. He has been Director of Ultrasound for the Department of Emergency Medicine at UCLA since 2012.
Vi Am Dinh, MD, FACEP, is Professor of Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine in the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care at Loma Linda University Health in Loma Linda, CA. He is also the director for POCUS education for Loma Linda University School of Medicine.