• Lung ultrasound for the diagnosis of pulmonary edema in the emergency department.
    M Saif Rehman, M Azam Majeed, Ahmed Al-Hubaishi, Asif Naveed.
    28th Sep - 01 Oct 2014, Amsterdam.

  • DRUFI - Distal Radius Ultrasound guided Fracture Identification.
    A Al-Hubaishi, M Azam Majeed, Asif Naveed, M Saif Rehman
    28th Sep - 01 Oct 2014, Amsterdam.

  • Diagnostic Accuracy of Point of Care Lung Ultrasound in Pulmonary Edema.
    M Saif Rehman, M Azam Majeed, Ahmed Al-Hubaishi, Asif Naveed.
    9th - 11th December 2014, The Point, Manchester.

  • Fascia iliaca block, for fractured femur, in Emergency Departments, M Azam Majeed, D Yeo, African Journal of Emergency Medicine, Volume 3, Issue 4, Supplement , Page S12, December 2013.

  • FIB the fractured femur. H Shahzad*, M Azam Majeed, D Yeo, Critical Care 2013, 17(Suppl 2):P263.

  • “Ultrasound guided Hematoma block and fracture reduction A new way to go Forward”, Majeed M A, Mukherjee A, Paw R.Crit Care. 2010; 14(Suppl 1): P269. Published online 2010 March.


  • Can we use bedside Ultrasound to differentiate between COPD and Pulmonary edema? Muhammad Azam Majeed (Jul 2011). Published in BestBETS (Best evidence topics)

  • ED Bedside Ultrasound guided volume assessment with IVC diameter (Jun 2011), Muhammad Azam Majeed. Published in BestBETS (Best evidence topics)

  • Use of ultrasound in diagnosing ocular pathologies in Emergency Department(Jan 2011) Muhammad Azam Majeed. Published in BestBETS (Best evidence topics)

  • Ultrasound guided diagnosis of clinically suspectected Retinal Detachment. Majeed M A, Mukherjee A. In the proceedings of MEMC V Sep 2009

  • Role of bedside ECHO in undifferentiated chest pain

 Nosheen Younas, M Azam Majeed, Nov 2017


  • Improving Infection control in the use of Ultrasound in the Emergency Department

M Shah, P Deol, I Cooper, Nov 2017


  • What are the barriers and potential solutions to good Point of Care Ultrasound governance in a UK Emergency Department, Nov 2017

P Deol


  • Echocardiogram at the front door in the diagnosis of Peripartum Cardiomyopathy

WPM Chan, J Ackerman, Clare S


  • Cancer of unknown Primary

Chandan G, Claire P, Clare S


  • POCUS at the front door, how can we save time and conflict, case studies

 Nihal Abosaif, James Hooper, Nov 2017


“Use of point of care Echo by Emergency Physicians and its impact on patient management”Ashit Mitra, Edited by: Azam Majeed, July 2018.

A fit & healthy 36 years old gentleman presented in ED with chest pain & SOB. He had these symptoms for last 5 days. “He firmly believed he has chest infection”. The traditional bedside testing including ECG, CXR and bloods (full blood count, troponin, D Dimer) were all normal.

 The bedside echo showed a moderate size global pericardial effusion. Everything just became so clear in my head and all his symptoms started to fit into a diagnosis. I was now confident and happy to give my patient a diagnosis and further management plan.