Echocardiography has inexorably expanded beyond the scope of cardiology (and may perhaps be good) (and maybe even desirable). However, it is crucial to emphasise that in order to make it an effective and trustworthy procedure, the appropriate expertise and training are required. This includes a wide range of various strategies, such as practical instruction, suitable informational resources, and in-depth research. This purpose is definitely accomplished in a number of ways by this book. This book was carefully crafted to be a useful bedside tool with very practical tips and abundant illustrations demonstrating the main uses, pitfalls, and tricks of echocardiography in the emergency setting. In contrast to conventional classical books, which occasionally have too many theoretical details that make the reader a little lost, this book was carefully crafted to this end.