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More and more medical students are getting exposed to the use of clinician performed ultrasound during medical school. Some specialties that have traditionally used ultrasound, such as cardiology, radiology, and obstetrics/gynecology, have been providing ultrasound education to medical students for years. Most of the time, though, this ultrasound education is cursory and not a main focus of their education while on these rotations. Emergency medicine, my specialty, has taken a lead in many institutions in bringing ultrasound education to medical students. In many hospitals, students can take electives in emergency ultrasound, exposing them to a large number of ultrasound applications that are pertinent not only to students electing to pursue training in emergency medicine, but also to students interested in other fields. Anesthesiology, critical care, and rheumatology are some of the specialties increasingly using clinician performed ultrasound in their daily practices.
Should Handheld Ultrasound Replace the Stethoscope?
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