Grand Rounds: August 6, 2015

Last week’s rounds covered the “scare-way” but took a very meaningful turn into a discussion of what to do when things go wrong and how to deal with difficult cases from a personal perspective.


Dr. Paquette outlines the approach to anaphylaxis as only he can.


Dr. Tabatabai tackles how to manage angioedema, the current literature, and tells us about his worst case to date.


Dr. Wendler has returned to LAC+USC after three years in Burundi, and highlights some of the difficulties of medicine in the third world and continues the discussion of the “injured healer” while reminding us why we do what we do.

We take a break next week for procedure day, but stay tuned for more high-yield, quality lectures in the weeks ahead!

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