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Bedside Physiology and POCUS PW Doppler for Venous Congestion: The VEXUS Score

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  • The importance of venous congestion
  • How to recognize venous congestion flow patterns
  • Clinical indications 
  • How to perform a VEXUS exam
  • Q&A

VExUS is a venous excess ultrasound grading system intended to quantify systemic venous congestion. This is particularly important in patients with challenging volume status, for example, patients with congestive nephropathy.  

What we'll be discussing:

Speakers

Abhilash Koratala, MD, FASN 

Director of Clinical Imaging, Medical College of Wisconsin

 Philippe Rola, MD

ICU Chief of Service, Santa Cabrini Hospital Montreal, Canada President at Critical Care & Ultrasound Institute

Katie Wiskar, MD FRCPC

Clinical Instructor, Division of General Internal Medicine, University of British Columbia

April 14, 2021

2:00pm PT / 5:00pm ET

Robert Jones, DO, FACEP

Assistant Dean for Clerkship Education-MHMC, Professor, Emergency Medicine, CWRU at The MetroHealth System, Cleveland, OH