Integrated point of care ultrasound in cardiac care
This talk discusses the vital role of integrating bedside ultrasound for the haemodynamic assessment and fluid status assessment in cardiothoracic patients.
Dr Aboumarie will delve into the latest advances in the field of point of care ultrasound (POCUS) and its role in enhancing bedside physical examination.
Bedside POCUS is becoming widely acknowledged and applied globally as the new standard of performing assessment in clinical medicine. It is being practiced by different specialties and by the wider members of the MDT.
- Understand the role of Point of Care Ultrasound in Cardiac Care
- Discuss the evolution of Point of Care Ultrasound in the last years
- Discuss an advanced approach for using POCUS is haemodynamic and fluid assessment in cardiothoracic care
- Discuss the hazards of excessive fluid administration
Dr Hatem Soliman Aboumarie is a consultant in cardiothoracic intensive care, clinical lead for organ donation, and clinical lead for advanced critical care practitioners at Harefield Hospital. In addition to this role, he is an honorary senior lecturer at the School of Cardiovascular Medicine and Sciences at King’s College London.
Learn more about Dr Hatem Soliman Aboumarie, his clinical expertise and research interests here.
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