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Guidelines for Echocardiographic Diagnosis of Cardiomyopathy: Recommendations from Echocardiography Group of Ultrasound Medicine Branch in Chinese Medical Association, Echocardiography Committee of Cardiovascular Branch in Chinese Medical Association
Echocardiography Group of Ultrasound Medicine Branch in Chinese Medical Association, Echocardiography Committee of Cardiovascular Branch in Chinese Medical Association
Advanced Ultrasound in Diagnosis and Therapy    2022, 6 (2): 72-94.   DOI: 10.37015/AUDT.2022.210021
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Expert Consensus on Some Issues of Cerebral and Carotid Vascular Ultrasonography
The Professional Committee of Vascular Ultrasound of Stroke Prevention and Treatment Expert, Committee of the National Health Commission , The Professional Committee of Superficial Organ and Peripheral Vascular Ultrasound of the Chinese Medical Ultrasound Engineering , The Professional Committee of Craniocerebral and Cervical Vascular Ultrasound of the Chinese Medical Ultrasound Engineering
Advanced Ultrasound in Diagnosis and Therapy    2021, 5 (2): 153-162.   DOI: 10.37015/AUDT.2021.200057
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The consensus was established based on some questions of cerebral and carotid ultrasound examination in practice through the collection, elucidation and explanation by three professional committees in the field of vascular ultrasonography, including the Professional Committee of Vascular Ultrasound of Stroke Prevention and Treatment Expert, Committee of the National Health Commission; the Professional Committee of Superficial Organ and Peripheral Vascular Ultrasound of the Chinese Medical Ultrasound Engineering; the Professional Committee of Craniocerebral and Cervical Vascular Ultrasound of the Chinese Medical Ultrasound Engineering, in order to promote the professional field and the level of technology standardization. It has important value in clinic leading and professional guidance.

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Ultrasound-guided Fine Needle Aspiration Cytological Examination of Thyroid Nodules: A Practical Guideline (2019 edition)
Interventional Ultrasound Group, Ultrasound Medicine Branch, Shanghai Medical Association , Professional committee on Interventional and Critical Ultrasound Medicine, Ultrasound Medicine Branch, Shanghai Association for Non-governmental Medical Institutions
Advanced Ultrasound in Diagnosis and Therapy    2021, 5 (2): 134-152.   DOI: 10.37015/AUDT.2021.200068
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Expert Consensus on Standardized Practice of Oral Contrast Agent-Enhanced Gastric Ultrasonography (Shanghai, 2020 edition)
Gastrointestinal Ultrasound Task Force, Ultrasound Research and Education Institute, Clinical Research Center of Interventional Medicine, School of Medicine, Tongji University , Shanghai Engineering Research Center of Ultrasound Diagnosis and Treatment , National Clinical Research Center of Interventional Medicine , Abdominal Group, Ultrasound Branch, Shanghai Medical Association , Abdominal and Vascular Ultrasound Sub-Committee, Society of Ultrasound Medicine, Shanghai Association of Social Medical Institutions
Advanced Ultrasound in Diagnosis and Therapy    2021, 5 (2): 115-133.   DOI: 10.37015/AUDT.2021.210009
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Recommendations for Operation, Measurement, Reporting and Application of Pediatric Lung Ultrasound: Chinese Experts Consensus
Pediatric Ultrasound Committee of Ultrasound Branch of Chinese Medical Education Association; Ultrasound Committee of Chinese Pediatric Society, Chinese Medical Association, Weiling Chen, MD, Bei Xia, MD, Lan Wang, MD, Lixue Yin, MD
Advanced Ultrasound in Diagnosis and Therapy    2021, 5 (1): 1-11.   DOI: 10.37015/AUDT.2021.200056
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Chinese Expert Consensus and Guidelines on Oral Contrast Gastric Ultrasonography for Scanning Technique and Imaging Acquisition
Writing Group of the Gastroenterology Group of China Medical Education Association Ultrasound Committee , Tingting Li, MD, Xiaoyan Li, MD, Man Lu, MD, Ji-Bin Liu, MD, Wenming Lu, MD, Lixue Yin, MD, Changjun Wu, MD, Zhiqing Cai, MD, Guangxia Wang, MD, Liying Miao, MD, Jingyu Wang, MD, Dong Xu, MD, Jianqiang Mao, MD, Jin Yan, MD, Kang Wang, MD, Zhi Ding, MD, Ling Guan, MD, Lina Tang, MD, Shengjun Ma, MD, Yinrong Cheng, MD, Kairong Lei, MD, Yanfang Zhou, MD, Xingxing Duan, MD, Xuemei He, MD, Xiaoxia Dou, MD, Yuan Li, MD, Lu Wang, MD
Advanced Ultrasound in Diagnosis and Therapy    2020, 4 (4): 357-365.   DOI: 10.37015/AUDT.2020.200061
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Upper gastrointestinal (GI) abnormalities are one of the most common disease in clinical practice, and among them, gastric cancer is one of the most common causes of cancer-related death in China. However, conventional trans-abdominal ultrasound is difficult to evaluate GI diseases due to gas filled in the GI tract. With the development of oral contrast agents in China, ultrasonography with oral contrast agent has been used to visualize upper GI tract (i.e., stomach and duodenum) as well as its surrounding structures. The primary purposes of this consensus and guideline written by Chinese experts is to provide a coherent and clinical perspectives and practical protocol for using oral contrast in upper GI ultrasound, including four components: (1) indications and contraindications of gastric contrast ultrasound; (2) patients and instruments preparation; (3) scanning technique and imaging acquisition; (4) diagnosis of upper GI abnormalities.

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Chinese Expert Consensus on Critical Care Ultrasound Applications at COVID-19 Pandemic
Faqin Lv, MD, Jinrui Wang, MD, Xing Yu, MD, Aiping Yang, MD, Ji-Bin Liu, MD, Linxue Qian, MD, Huixiong Xu, MD, Ligang Cui, MD, Mingxing Xie, MD, Xi Liu, MD, Chengzhong Peng, MD, Yi Huang, MD, Haiyan Kou, MD, Shengzheng Wu, MD, Xi Yang, MD, Bin Tu, MD, Huaping Jia, MD, Qingyi Meng, MD, Jie Liu, MD, Ruizhong Ye, MD
Advanced Ultrasound in Diagnosis and Therapy    2020, 4 (2): 27-42.   DOI: 10.37015/AUDT.2020.200029
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The spread of new coronavirus (SARS-Cov-2) follows a different pattern than previous respiratory viruses, posing a serious public health risk worldwide. World Health Organization (WHO) named the disease as COVID-19 and declared it a pandemic. COVID-19 is characterized by highly contagious nature, rapid transmission, swift clinical course, profound worldwide impact, and high mortality among critically ill patients. Chest X-ray, computerized tomography (CT), and ultrasound are commonly used imaging modalities. Among them, ultrasound, due to its portability and non-invasiveness, can be easily moved to the bedside for examination at any time. In addition, with use of 4G or 5G networks, remote ultrasound consultation can also be performed, which allows ultrasound to be used in isolated medial areas. Besides, the contact surface of ultrasound probe with patients is small and easy to be disinfected. Therefore, ultrasound has gotten lots of positive feedbacks from the frontline healthcare workers, and it has played an indispensable role in the course of COVID-19 diagnosis and follow up.

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Chinese Expert Consensus on Ultrasonographic Acquisition, Measurement, and Reporting System for Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip
Writing Group of the Pediatric Ultrasound Committee of Ultrasound Branch of Chinese Medical Education Association, Na Xu, MD, Bei Xia, MD, Hongwei Tao, MD, Ke Sun, MD, Qinghua Liu, MD, Wenjuan Chen, MD, Dan Wang, MD, Hong Gao, MD, Yan Guo, MD, Yan Liu, MD, Jun Gao, MD, Jianbo Teng, MD
Advanced Ultrasound in Diagnosis and Therapy    2020, 4 (1): 1-8.   DOI: 10.37015/AUDT.2020.190041
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