With a little training, FPs can successfully use point-of-care ultrasound for various cardiac, pulmonary, and vascular assessments.
Hopefully point-of-care ultrasound will become a standard part of family medicine training and practice sooner, rather than later.
► Mild cough
► Loud heart sounds
New drugs and devices have emerged for the management of heart failure. Fortunately, there is also clear evidence to guide our decision-making.
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