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Basic ultrasound skills should be a core component of training in the acute medicine curriculum


6.30 pm Friday, and you are doing the afternoon intake round. A 33-year-old African woman presents with 2 months malaise, cough and dyspnoea. Her CXR shows an enlarged globular heart. HIV and TB are your first thoughts, but do you need to call in the cardiologist? 11 am Saturday on…

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