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Sideline MSK Ultrasound (2pm-5:30pm)

Fairmont Banff Springs - Banff, AB
March 08

Sideline MSK Ultrasound 2pm-5:30pm

This event is for the team physician interested in using sideline ultrasound scanning to make important Return-to-Play decisions following an in-game injury.

—–This event is not affiliated with CASEM—–

Dr. Andrea Jones, Midland, ON.  Emergency & Sport Medicine (English).

Dr. Connie Lebrun, Edmonton.  Sport Medicine (English).

Dr. Martin Lamontagne, Montreal.  Physiatry and Sport Medicine (English & French)

Dr. David Mai,  Ottawa.  Emergency & Sport Medicine (English & French)

Dr. Chris Beavington, Calgary.  Sport Medicine (English).

Dr. Frank Johnson, Calgary.  Sport Medicine (English).

Scenario 1: Shoulder

Your athlete feels a pop in their shoulder.  You know the differential diagnosis and want to prove if there is (A) Shoulder effusion YES/NO (B) GH dislocation YES/NO  (C) Clavicle (ACJ/SCJ) fracture YES/NO

Scenario 2:  Elbow 

Your athlete feels a pop in their elbow. You know the differential diagnosis and want to prove if there is (A) Elbow effusion YES/NO (B) Radial Head fracture YES/NO  (C) Distal biceps hematoma YES/NO

Scenario 3: Knee

Your athlete feels a pop in their knee.  You know the differential diagnosis and want to prove if there is (A) Knee effusion YES/NO (B) MCL tear YES/NO  (C) Patellar tendon/quads tendon tear YES/NO

Scenario 4: Ankle

Your athlete feels a pop in their ankle.  You know the differential diagnosis and want to prove if there is (A) Ankle effusion YES/NO (B) ATFL rupture/Fibular avulsion YES/NO  (C) Achilles tear YES/NO