UCLA Internal Medicine
Summary: The UCLA Internal Medicine Podcast contains the lectures presented in the Department of Internal Medicine at the Ronald Reagan-UCLA Medical Center.
Dr. Danovitch speaks about the practice and ethics of vended vs. altruistic transplant donors at Ronald Reagan Grand Rounds on 10/26/2011. He speaks about the the importance of the Declaration of Istanbul in setting policies to prevent organ trafficking from vulnerable donors.
Dr. Michael Mack, Medical Director of Cardiovascular Surgery at Baylor Health Care System, presents a lecture on Transcatheter Valve Therapy for Aortic Stenosis as part of combined Medicine-Surgery Grand Rounds.
Dr. Arnold Baas, the CCU Unit Director at Ronald Reagan Medical Center, reviews the last 50 years of evidence in a historical review of heart failure management.
Dr. Froch discusses the approach to acute kidney injury at Ronald Reagan Noon Conference.
Dr. Lynch gives an evidence-based review of pulmonary arterial hypertension at Ronald Reagan Noon Conference.
Dr. Goldfinger discusses the intricacies of blood component therapy at Ronald Reagan Noon Conference.
Dr. Saggar discusses basics of lung transplantation at Ronald Reagan Noon Conference, including an introduction of "Lung in a Box" as a future direction for lung transplantation at UCLA.
Dr. Ahmadi discusses the management of diabetes and hyperglycemia in the inpatient setting at Ronald Reagan Noon Conference.
Dr. Kasahara presents a new retroviral replicating vector for gene therapy deliver to cancer cells at Ronald Reagan Grand Rounds.
Dr. Gordon reviews diagnosis and management of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis at Didactics conference.