Internal medicine physician Dr. Shane Arishenkoff teaches how to diagnose lung, cardiac, thrombosis pathology with life-saving POCUS skills for the pandemic and beyond.
In this 1-hour webinar, you’ll learn to master today’s top three most important POCUS exams to diagnose your dyspneic patients in real time and save lives beyond the pandemic. Learn how to use POCUS to:
- Rapidly narrow your differential diagnosis for shortness of breath
- Perform a quick and comprehensive cardiorespiratory assessment
- Classify various interstitial syndromes that affect the lung
- Identify pneumonia, pleural effusion and pulmonary edema
- Scan a patient to identify venous thromboembolic disease
Beyond B-lines! Dr. Arishenkoff teaches both basic and advanced POCUS applications to confidently diagnose patients suffering from COVID and other pulmonary and cardiac diseases, including diving into pleural line abnormalities, focused cardiac scanning and DVTs.
Patients presenting with shortness of breath pose a diagnostic dilemma: there are so many possible causes from multiple different organ systems! Yet without point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS), the stethoscope is our only diagnostic technology at the bedside. It’s limitations lead to significant delays or even errors in diagnosis that can often make the difference for patients.
Handheld POCUS enables healthcare practitioners to image multiple organ systems, where before they could only auscultate. The research is unequivocal: POCUS is THE tool to use for quickly and confidently understanding a patient’s cardiac and respiratory pathology at the bedside.
Critical, urgent and primary care clinicians are invited to join two POCUS educators on June 15th!
Internal medicine physician Dr. Shane Arishenkoff and emergency physician Dr. Oron Frenkel presents patient case studies. Explore the classic COVID-19 patient and more advanced cases of pulmonary and cardiac diseases, to help you hone your skills in diagnosing pleural line abnormalities, focused cardiac scanning, and venous thromboembolic disease.
Internist and Clinical Assistant Professor
Dr. Shane Arishenkoff, MD, FRCPC
Dr. Shane Arishenkoff is a general internist and member of the UBC Division of General Internal Medicine. He completed his GIM fellowship at UBC and finished a one-year fellowship in Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) at the University of California Irvine. He works clinically as an attending physician at the Vancouver General Hospital (VGH). As the POCUS lead for the Clinical Teaching Unit, he focuses on resident training, curriculum development and research.