LK native LD2: Basic Lung Ultrasound

In recent years, lung ultrasound (LUS) has become popular as a clinical point-of-care tool in a variety of settings. LUS can be used in a broad range of clinical settings: as a diagnostic tool, for procedure guidance, and for monitoring.

This e-course describes the clinical application of focused LUS (FLUS) in the evaluation of the critical care patient with respiratory problems and the use of ultrasound to include or exclude the presence of pneumothorax, pleural effusion and interstitial syndrome.

Please allow 4-5 hours to complete the e-course.