#Protips from Castlefest.  Fractures, pyloric stenosis, cardiac, + MORE. #FOAMED www.castlefest2018.com open for registration!

Castlefest 2017 was amazing!  Incredible ultrasound education, bourbon distillery dinners, parties at the castle, and getting to hang out with incredible sononerds is an experience you need to have if you haven’t.  It’s not fair that all the great education stays in the castle, though.  So, we want to share some pro tips with you from the course.  Enjoy!

Also………next year’s registration is open, but we’re cutting the registration numbers in half to make it a smaller event so we can actually get to know everyone.  We feel like it’s gotten too big.  Obviously, this means that it will sell out much more quickly.  Sorry.  Don’t miss out.  Go to www.castlefest2018.com to register now.

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Serratus story and interview with Patrick Ockerse and Mike Stone @probeme @bedsidesono #FOAMed

What use is knowing how to do a Serratus block without a good story of it in action?
As usual, we’ve got you covered. On this podcast we talk with Patrick Ockerse, Ultrasound Director and Fellowship Director at the University of Utah, about a recent case where the serratus block made all the difference. And to help us deep dive into the serratus block, academic style, we’ve got a special guest appearance from the one, the only, Dr Mike Stone. Bring on the rib fractures!
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Trouble with rib fractures? Learn chest wall blocks (serratus!) with @highland herring. #FOAMed

Rib fractures, axillary abscesses, and chest tubes are pathologies that are traditionally pretty difficult to provide adequate pain control. You cooouuulllldddd just give them so much narcotics they stop breathing, or you can knock out the pain at the source. This week learn from Andrew Herring how to perform serratus, erector spinae and Pecs1 blocks and provide your patients with much needed analgesia.

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