Step 9 (1 hour): Review the following Sample Video Clip (Part 1)
This video depicts lung sliding of the right lung. This is a normal finding.
This video depicts lung sliding of the left lung. This is a normal finding.
This video depicts no lung sliding and should be correlated for pneumonia or pneumothorax.
This image depicts a still image of a guidewire in the pleural space during drainage of a pleural effusion. This would depict good positioning for placement of an ultrasound guided chest tube via seldinger technique.
This video depicts a large pleural effusion that should be considered for drainage via chest tube.
This video depicts a large pleural effusion that should be considered via drainage via chest tube. Fluid-filled air bronchograms can be seen in the lung.
This image depicts ultrasound evidence of a significant lung contusion.
This image is a still image of the left lung which depicts B lines.
This video depicts a complex pleural effusion of the left lung that is loculated. A single chest tube would not be helpful for drainage in this circumstance and evaluation by interventional radiology should be considered.