Whiteboard Lessons

Chapter 3: Ultrasound in Trauma, Resuscitation, and Critical Care

Presenter D. Benjamin Christie, III, MD, FACS has many titles, among them: Program Director of Surgery and Associate Director of Trauma for The Medical Center (Navicent Health).

That sounds like more than a full-time job to me, but Dr. Christie is also an Assistant Professor of Surgery at Mercer University School of Medicine.

So you can imagine what a coup it was for him to speak to an eager EAST (Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma) audience. Better still, we have the recording and transcript for your pleasure and education.

Chapter 2: More Complex Patients Need Better Hemodynamic Management Systems

Dr. Roth begins this lesson with a reflection of bygone years, saying, “The world is no longer the way where you could just say, ‘If I only knew what the cardiac output was, it would tell me something.'”

He’s right, and it’s precisely the reason why hemodynamic ultrasound technology is so vitally important for older, sicker patients with multiple co-morbidities.

Learn more when you watch this 2:45 video featuring ImaCor founder, Dr. Scott Roth.

 

Chapter 1: The “Mixed Picture” Patient

The Good Doctor Scott Roth, our Founder and CEO, is a cardiologist.

And he’s passionate about improving patient care for the sickest in our population. So it’s important for him (and us) to educate as many members of the healthcare community as possible, not only about our technology, but also about ways to resuscitate your most at-risk patients quickly and safely.

So who are these patients? Dr. Roth explains in the video below, they aren’t the same patients you may have seen 20 years ago. Give a listen.