Monday, April 13, 2009

EchoJournal Launched

Call it YouTube for echocardiography. The guys over a Medgadget have launched EchoJournal:
It is a video site, designed to present transthoracic and transesophageal loops for discussion and storage. EchoJournal combines many of the features familiar to users of other video sharing sites, including easy uploading, comments and discussions, and the ability to create communities for your academic department, professional group, or school. The site will be curated by David E. Winchester, MD, a Cardiology Fellow at the University of Florida, who has already uploaded tons of interesting cases, and is ready for many more.
Great idea.

I wish I had thought of that.


PS: I'd be careful to make sure patient identifiers are removed from video loops before uploading, however.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

you should start an ep journal?
you already post a lot of interesting ekg's.