Daniel A Lichtenstein
Daniel A Lichtenstein is a Medical Intensivist working at Ambroise-Paré Hospital (Paris-West, France) since 1989 and he is a Visiting Professor. His main developments are: Use of critical ultrasound since 1985, defined in 1991 as a discipline associating ultrasound diagnoses and immediate therapies, with adjunct uses. He has published several articles, mostly focused on Lung and Venous Ultrasound, including: BLUE-protocol (acute respiratory failure), FALLS-protocol (lung ultrasound for management of acute circulatory failure), SESAME-protocol (cardiac arrest) and lung ultrasound in critically ill neonates.
ung and Venous Ultrasound
The potential of lung ultrasound to diagnose hemodynamic pulmonary edema (the BLUE-protocol)