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FAST ultrasound scan

FAST ultrasound scan

Alexander Ng


FAST: xiphoid probe position

FAST: Sub-xiphoid probe position

Grace Rozycki


FAST: left upper quadrant probe position

FAST: Left upper quadrant probe position

Grace Rozycki


FAST: right upper quadrant probe position

FAST: Right upper quadrant probe position

Grace Rozycki


FAST: right upper quadrant view explanation

FAST: right upper quadrant view explanation


FAST: sub-xiphoid view explanation

FAST: Sub-xiphoid view explanation


Free Fluid in Hepatorenal Space (Morison’s Pouch)

Fluid in hepatorenal space: FAST

Manuel Colon MD, RDMS, Jose Cabanas MD


Traumatic herniation of the diaphragm

Radiograph of traumatic herniation through the left hemidiaphragm

Camilo Villalta M.D. El Salvador


FAST Ultrasound


Articles

Focused Assessment with Sonography for Trauma (FAST)

A primer on the FAST exam

Karim Brohi, London, UK, July 02, 2006

A primer on the FAST ultrasound examination.

Management of Exsanguinating Pelvis Injuries

An algorithm for the management of exsanguinating pelvic trauma

Karim Brohi, London, UK, May 20, 2008

Severe pelvic injuries associated with disruption of pelvic vasculature carry an extremely high mortality.  A directed approach to management can significantly improve survival in this critical patient group.

Case Presentations

Bladder Rupture Following Assault

Tiffany Frederickson, MD, August 26, 2010

An assaulted patient is found to have rib fractures and an intraperitoneal bladder rupture that was repaired during an exploratory laparotomy.

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