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A UK wide survey on attitudes to point of care ultrasound training amongst clinicians working on the Acute Medical Unit


Abstract The use of point of care ultrasound (POCU) is increasing across a number of specialties, becoming mandatory within some specialist training programmes (for example respiratory and emergency medicine). Despite this, there are few data looking at the prevalence of use or the training clinicians have undertaken; this survey sought…

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