Echo guided life support

ultrasound in shock

Wondering what to do when a patient is trying to die on your watch ?


EGLS (Echo-Guided Life Support) is conceived to address shock  and peri-arrest patients in an efficient  and standardized manner. As in cardiac arrest (think of ACLS), a structured approach to shock can make the difference. Patients in shock are the same patients as those in the PEA-ACLS algorithm. They only got to be seen 30 minutes earlier …

Charles LeMoyne Hospital's Department of Emergency Medicine