Sara is the Emergency Ultrasound Section Chief and Clinical Ultrasound Fellowship Director at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine.
Why I love to teach
I’m an educator at heart and have a deep passion for teaching ultrasound. I joined the University of Wisconsin as the Emergency Ultrasound Section Chief and Clinical Ultrasound Fellowship Director to develop an ultrasound education program which has trained countless ultrasound enthusiasts. I’m excited about shaping the future of responsible point of care ultrasound use.
Courses with Sara
Latest articles with Sara
Mastering ultrasound guidance for thoracentesis
Learn how to use ultrasound to guide thoracentesis procedures.
Identifying the lumbar spine on ultrasound
Learn how to identify the lumbar spine and guide procedures using ultrasound.
Using ultrasound to guide subcutaneous abscess drainage
This video will show you how to use ultrasound to guide incision and drainage of a subcutaneous abscess.
Guiding arthrocentesis with ultrasound
Learn how to use ultrasound to find the biggest pocket of effusion and know what things to avoid when performing ultrasound guidance for arthrocentesis
How to identify ascites on an ultrasound
Learn how to distinguish between free fluid and abdominal structures on an ultrasound image.
Identifying structures of the neck using ultrasound
Learn how to differentiate between various structures of the neck with the help of ultrasound.
Navigating the ultrasound machine before an invasive procedure
In this video, you'll learn how to use the different ultrasound modes to guide your procedures.
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