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Table 3 Ultrasound protocols in cardiorespiratory arrest

From: Point-of-care ultrasound in cardiorespiratory arrest (POCUS-CA): narrative review article

2004. Jensen et al. [31] FATE 1. Subcostal view
2. Apical view
3. Parasternal view
4. Pleural view
2005. Niendorff et al. [32] Rapid Cardiac Ultrasound 1. Subcostal view
2007. Breitkreutz et al. [33] FEER (FEEL) 1. Subcostal view
2. Parasternal view
3. Apical view
2008 Hernandez. [35] CAUSE 1. Subcostal view
or apical view
or parasternal view
2. Lung view
2010 Prosen et al. [34] Modified FEER 1. Subcostal view
2. Parasternal view
3. Apical view
2010 Testa et al. [36] PEA 1. Epigastric scan
2. Pulmonary scan
3. Abdominal scan
2015. Lichtenstein. [37] SESAME 1. Pulmonary view
2. Cardiac view
3. DVT detection at the V-point
2017 Arkinson et al. [38] CORE Consensus on the use of point of care ultrasound for undifferentiated hypotension and during cardiac arrest
2019 Arkinson et al. [56] SHoc-ED Sonography in Hypotension and Cardiac Arrest in the Emergency Department
2021. Ávila, Acevedo et al POCUS-CA 1. Subcostal view
2. Apical view
3. Parasternal view
4. Pleural and pulmonar view
5. FAST-E