Video clip WB40 showing the Right Pericardial TFAST view and poor volume status (LV filling). Compare to WB39 and 38.  The small dog with Hemorrhagic Gastroenteritis Syndrome (note the centimeter scale on the right) was being treated for pain because blood pressure and physical exam findings fooled the veterinarian into thinking patient volume status was acceptable.  Clearly and simply by incorporating Global FAST during patient rounds better directed care as the dog needed more volume (fluid challenge/increased intravenous fluid rate).  The heart is appropriately visualized in its entirety (pericardium clearly visible in far field).

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