The use of point-of-care ultrasound as a first-line imaging approach in children with suspected appendicitis was tied to reductions in emergency department length of stay, a study showed. When given ultrasound training, emergency technicians were able to evaluate ultrasound results with the same accuracy as radiologists. The study was published in the journal Academic Emergency Medicine.
Ultrasound yields high accuracy rate in detecting pediatric appendicitis
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