1 – Is there a role for lung ultrasound during the COVID-19 Pandemic?
2 – Lung ultrasound in COVID-19 and post COVID-19 patients, an evidence-based approach
3 – Time for a new international evidence-based recommendations for point-of-care lung ultrasound
4 – How is COVID-19 changing lung ultrasound? A survey by the Thoracic Ultrasound Academy
5 – Not so FAST but not so furious: an improper method underdiagnoses pneumothorax – answer to the article “Not so FAST chest ultrasound underdiagnoses traumatic pneumothorax”
6 – Limiting the areas inspected by lung ultrasound leads to an underestimation of COVID19 patients’ condition
7 – Artifacts and Signs in lung ultrasound: the need for a revised classification: Part1: an Accademia di Ecografia Toracica (AdET) survey
8 – Vertical Artifacts as lung ultrasound signs: trick or trap? Part 2: an Accademia di Ecografia Toracica position paper on B lines and Sonographic Interstitial Syndrome
9 – Proposal for international standardization of the use of lung ultrasound for patients with COVID-19: a simple, quantitative, reproducible method.
10 – On the impact of different lung ultrasound imaging protocols in the evaluation of patients affected by coronavirus disease 2019: how many acquisitions are needed?
11 – A new lung ultrasound protocol able to predict worsening in patients affected by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 pneumonia
12 – Multi-objective automatic analysis of lung ultrasound data from COVID-19 patients by means of deep learning and decisions trees
Prognostic Role of Lung Ultrasound in Children with Bronchiolitis: Multicentric Prospective Study
Pleuropulmonary Ultrasound in Pediatrics: Proposal of a Reporting Model From the Academy of Thoracic Ultrasound