Volume 29
Number 3
Jul 2021
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Review
T.H.Gijtenbeek, J. E. Lopez Matta, P.R. Tuinman, M.E. Haaksma, M.L.A. Heldeweg, J.M. Smit, D.J. van Westerloo, J.A. Janson, C.V. Elzo Kraemer

This article is part of the point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) series. During cardiopulmonary resuscitation, bedside ultrasound has important clinical value for confirming a diagnosis, establishing a prognosis and in therapeutic decision-making. In this article we provide a practical review on how to implement and apply POCUS during cardiopulmonary resuscitation and discuss its merits and pitfalls.


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