Can ultrasound be used to image the lungs of COVID-19 patients at the bedside?
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Can ultrasound be used to image the lungs of COVID-19 patients at the bedside?

  • Can ultrasound be used to image the lungs of COVID-19 patients at the bedside?

    The COVID-19 outbreak has created unprecedented healthcare needs and new workflow in the emergency medicine environment.  In several recent publications, researchers have communicated to techniques and value of pulmonary ultrasound for the diagnosis and management of patients with COVID-19.  In March, an international team published a proposal for international standardization of the use of lung ultrasound for COVID-19 patients in the Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine.

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