I know what you’re thinking – Ultrasound is very much a visual thing – how can you do a podcast on it?
Well, there’s plenty to talk about on the subject of ultrasound, so I’ve picked my favourite podcasters to entice you into the world of ultrasound themed podcasts.
Podcasts with Camilla
On this podcast I have a chat with Ben Sweeney on Vet Chat from the Webinar Vet chatting about the ups and downs of a career which has led me create FOVU
The RVC has accumulated over a hundred podcasts on lots of different subjects, and it's in an easy to listen to conversational style – but the following are my favourite ultrasound related topics.
- Technical aspects of ultrasonography
- Pericardial effusion
- HCM in cats
- Portosystemic shunts
- Feline Cardiomyopathy
Another really useful podcast from them that helped me a lot with my CertAVP was Clinical reasoning with Jill Maddison, who also wrote the very helpful book – Clinical Reasoning in Small Animal Practice
I've listened to all of these (some of them multiple times when I was revising for my CertAVP) and found them incredibly useful and "listenable" too.
VetGirl is another podcast that is useful to listen to and the podcasts are usually quite short.
- FAST Ultrasound with Dr. Greg Lisciandro who wrote Focused Ultrasound Techniques for the Small Animal Practitioner
- The use of ultrasound for the diagnosis of cardiogenic pulmonary edema in dogs and cats.
- Is brief echocardiographic training for noncardiology veterinarians useful?
- FAST ultrasound in non-traumatized patients in the ER
- Echocardiographic phenotype of canine DCM differs based on diet type
- The EPIC Study: The effect of pimobendan in dogs
- Does dexmedetomidine affect cardiac function based on echocardiography in dogs?
- Renal cytology results in dogs and comparisons to ultrasound findings
I must confess I haven’t listened to all of these myself but now that I’ve put them on a list together (not procrastinating honest!) maybe I’ll now get round to it!
IMV-imaging have brought out a podcast – Focal Point
Non-ultrasound Podcasts which I enjoy
By the way, my dog Pippi looks like she’s sitting beautifully for the picture of her with headphones on for this blog – but this was her seconds before!