Portable ultrasound empowers Special Forces medics
Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Jeremy D. Crisp/ 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne)
Sgt. 1st Class David Hubler, the senior medic with 1st Battalion, 3rd Special Group (Airborne), practices placing a syringe in a vein on a training device while using a portable ultrasound machine for guidance during the Special Operations Medical Association's annual conference Dec. 15, in Tampa, Fla. Ultrasound can see patient's veins as well as a syringe entering an area, which helps ensure the needle is put in the right place.
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