The 2nd annual Vancouver Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) Symposium took place on Saturday May 8, 2021 as a virtual conference. We had over 180 participants join us as our amazing faculty provided an update on the most recent trends in resuscitative, diagnostic, and procedural POCUS. The symposium ended with a panel discussion on POCUS and standard of care with experts from anesthesia, critical care, emergency medicine, and internal medicine. If you registered, you’ll be able to access recorded versions of all the talks for the next year.
If you missed registration and missed the conference altogether, you can purchase Vancouver POCUS21 On Demand here!
The Future is Here: TEE in Cardiac Arrest – Dr. Tom Jelic, emergency medicine
Critical Care POCUS: An Ultrasound Approach to Resuscitation – Dr. Joe Bednarczyk, emergency medicine/critical care
Under Pressure - Echo in Cardiac Tamponade – Dr. Neil Long, emergency medicine
Ultrasound Guided Pericardiocentesis for Beginners – Dr. Kevin Ong, cardiology
Nerve Blocks Made Easy – Dr. Ray Tang, anesthesia
You Can Block That? Novel Blocks You Should Know – Dr. Chris Prabhakar, anesthesia
Augment Your Physical Exam Track
Venous Congestion for Dummies – Dr. Barry Chan, internal medicine
Debate: The IVC Is Useless – Dr. Shane Arishenkoff, internal medicine & Dr. Ken Kaila, cardiology/critical care
Optic Nerve Sheath Diameter - Fact or Fiction? – Dr. Lauren Arthurs, emergency medicine
Clinical Integration Track
Top 10 POCUS Papers of 2020 – Dr. Justin Ahn & Dr. Daniel Kim, emergency medicine
POCUS Saves the Day! – Dr. Karine Badra, emergency medicine
Panel Discussion: Is POCUS the Standard of Care? – Dr. Karine Badra, Dr. Shane Arishenkoff, Dr. Ken Kaila & Dr. Chris Prabhakar