Clinician performed ultrasound (CPU) by the clinician caring for a sick patient is increasingly used in critical care specialties. The real-time haemodynamic information obtained helps the clinician to understand underlying physiology, target treatment and refine clinical decision-making. Neonatologists are increasingly using ultrasound to assess sick neonates with a range of clinical presentations and demand for training and accreditation programmes is increasing. This review discusses the current expanded uses for CPU in the haemodynamic assessment of the sick neonate.
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