WEBINAR: Lung ultrasound for the COVID-19 era - April 14, 2020
Covid Webinar - Lung Ultrasound for the Covid-19 era (F. Piscaglia, F. Stefanini, V. Salvatore)
Webinar about Lung ultrasound in COVID-19 patients. Please register here to access: http://www.efsumb.org/blog/covid_accessWebinar Program
EFSUMB experts share ultrasound COVID-19 experience:
- Introduction on the clinical picture of COVID-19 disease - F. Piscaglia
- Basic concepts in lung ultrasound - focus on "US interstitial syndrome” - F. Stefanini
- Characteristics of US pattern of COVID-19 pneumonitis - F. Stefanini
- Use of US in the Emergency Department during COVID-19 outbreak: experience from a hub Hospital in Bologna, Italy - V. Salvatore
- Video demonstration of how to perform US in COVID + patients and perspective in the use of US in a Medicine Unit - F. Stefanini
Please register here below: to access: http://www.efsumb.org/blog/covid_access
Courtesy of: Prof. Fabio Piscaglia Associate Professor - Department of Medical and Surgical Sciences Academic discipline: MED/09 Internal Medicine Coordinator of PhD Programme of General Medical and Services Sciences ALMA MATER STUDIORUM - University of Bologna (Italy)
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