Point of care USG

Point-of-care ultrasound refers to the practice of trained medical professionals using ultrasound to diagnose problems at the earliest. It enables clinicians to treat patients faster, more accurately, and in a non-invasive way at the point of care, without relying on trips frequently to the Radiology department. Bedside procedures include FAST scan in trauma patients, Screening ECHO, Lung Ultrasound, Vascular Scans with Doppler for invasive procedures like central lines etc., difficult I.V cannulations and taking biopsies. Dedicated Ultrasound for point of care diagnosis (POCUS) is available in the Emergency Department to provide the highest standard of care in diagnostic bedside imaging.