Christine Tompkins from Emory Cardiology speaks about Outcomes in IHD with respect to how sex hormones can alter Cardiac Outcomes specifically Cardiac Ion Channel Function, Electrical Properties in men and women, clinical arrhythmias, outcome differences in acute vs chronic IHD.
Megan Oberle from UMN Pediatrics discusses about complications of Obesity from Endocrine Perspective. Including identification of effects of obesity on various endocrine functions, recognising when to refer children with obesity into an Endocrine facility.
The talk focuses on explaining how an excessive focus on quality of evidence in the literature can mislead clinicians as to the value of nutritional therapy in the hospital setting, describing how strategies of nutritional therapy which support gut defenses and the intestinal microbiome are more likely to change clinical outcome.
Dr. Mahan Mathur from Yale Radiology discusses about current concepts of Conventional Radiography with respect to its diagnostic utility and updates in the field.
Oluwayemisi Adesida from LSU Health Shreveport has discussed about poisoning in Pediatric patients with respect to physical exam, clinical recognition, presenting signs, common therapies, prevention of poisoning, drug abuse, and role of Pediatrician in poisoning control.
This video shows a question and answer session where the presenter debates the merits of reason for surgery over type of surgery when coders document details of a surgical procedure undergone by a patient. The video will clear the idea about what is more important and relevant in the documents of the patient's surgical history.
Watch Dr. Ulas Cikla, M.D., Dr. Kutluay Uluc, M.D., and Dr. Mustafa K. Baskaya, M.D. from the Department of Neurological Surgery, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin present a 66-year-old man with seizure, aphasia, and hemiparesis. Work-up revealed a giant partially thrombosed aneurysm of the internal carotid artery bifurcation with surrounding vasogenic edema. He underwent clip reconstruction of the aneurysm via a cranio-orbital approach. Although we prepared for bypass with the radial artery and/or the superficial temporal artery, we were able to clip-reconstruct the aneurysm without bypass. The patient improved upon his pre-morbid state after surgery and made an excellent recovery.
Patients with early breast cancer who are found to have the residual invasive disease after neoadjuvant chemotherapy plus HER2-targeted therapy have a greater risk of recurrence or death than patients with a pathological complete response.
Watch Dr. Bernardo Mutani, MD, share a case of IOL exchange in which he used the femtosecond laser to cut the in situ IOL.
Watch this live demonstration of how to use the LUCIA model for cervical cancer prevention training.