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    Cost per use of USS

    Dear Editor

    In the reponse from Chikungwa and Lim to Dunning's BET they raise concerns with the cost per use of the USS. The cost per use is stated at £10 per time. I would suggest that this could be considerably reduced were the USS be used in a variety of other situations that it is inherently suitable for ,such as the placement of arterial lines, peripheral access in the patient for whom access is a challenge b...

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    Critical cases direct our needs and skills

    Dear Editor

    The interest in use of ultrasonography had been increased in the last decade in the interventional procedures both in emergency and in ICU patients .. the question of {to use or not to use }is frequently asked in straight forward cases . and the fair of the suspected complication and cost benefit studies are the most frequent in this field . but the real need is in that cases in which the ultrasonog...

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