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Using a double training in medical intensive care and ultrasound, Prof. Daniel Lichtenstein has developed since 1989 the use of general ultrasound applied to the intensive care, in the University Hospital Ambroise Paré (AP-HP), in François Jardin’s medical ICU.

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    The basics of Lung Ultrasound
     

    PROGRAMME

    Ultrasound devoted to the critically ill - Introduction

    Tool

    Heart

    LUCI

    DVT

    The BLUE-Protocol

    The FALLS-Protocol

    Venous Line

    The LUCI-FLR Program

    Head

    Abdomen

    Trauma

    The SESAME-Protocol

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    Lung Ultrasound in the Critically Ill (LUCI)

    and Critical Ultrasound: How Did All This

    Happen? A (Not So) Short Introduction

    “Some precious colleagues from various centers, including Raul Laguarda in Boston, Beth Powell and Jeff Handler in Toronto, Mike Welsh in Indianapolis, and German Moreno-Aguilar in Colombia, have efficiently transmitted the holistic spirit of lung ultrasound in the manner of CEURF”

    The Unit: A perfect harmony

    The ADR-4000® and the Hitachi 405. Our references:

    two respectable collector machines, yet perfectly

    mobile to the bedside and able to achieve the ultrasound

    revolution since 1982 ( left ) and 1992 ( right ). Both are

    small in width ( left , 42 cm, right , 32 cm), and both have

    wheels, the key to the revolution.

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    Revolution is not resolution...

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    A backward step of 25 years. A nice revolution (the laptops), but a questionable resolution. This figure summarizes a small drama in the history of (lung) ultrasound. From top to bottom (top, our ADR-4000) (middle, our Hitachi 405); note in the bottom line how the image quality has worsened. The bottom line (modern laptop) shows the way many physicians discovered lung ultrasound. Please just compare: a backward jump of 25 years for no gain of space.

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    The Probe: Simply universal

    Our universal microconvex probe. This probe is

    80 g light, 88-mm long and has a 12 x 20 mm footprint.

    The frequency is 5 MHz, but this probe just shows, from 6

    to 170 mm of penetration, what is in the explored field,

    regardless if the surface is linear or not. A simple probe,

    which changes the landscape of critical ultrasound

    Ten basics signs :)

    The ten basic signs for the lung part of the BLUE-protocol. The first sign, from the left and the top, is the basis (the bat sign). The second and third are signs of normality (A-lines and lung sliding). The rest are pleural effusion (quad sign, sinusoid sign), lung consolidation (shred sign, tissuelike sign), interstitial syndrome (lung rockets), and pneumothorax (stratosphere sign and lung point – the A-line sign is already featuring). The only color is the one of the background, for esthetic purpose. No space for Doppler in LUCI. Nice figure indeed (which

    inspired some manufacturers)

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    The BLUE Protocol

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    The BLUE-Protocol (for patients in acute respiratory failure) is based on the seven principles of lung ultrasound, mastery application of ten signs for building eight profiles and make the diagnoses of six principals diseases (97% of the patients): pulmonary embolism, pulmonary edema, pneumonia, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma and pneumothorax, with accuracy of 90.5% in comparison with the gold standard: Computed Tomography.

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    The FALLS Protocol

    The FALLS-Protocol (for patients in acute circulatory failure) permit the sequential diagnosis of the Shock: obstructive, cardiogenic, hypovolemic and distributive and use of an on-off marker of volemia (lung rockets) while the fluid therapy is done continuously in patients called “FALLS-responders”.

    The SESAME Protocol

    The SESAME-Protocol accompanying of the ECG permit the diagnosis of the principal causes than conduce the patient to cardiac arrest

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