Grand Rounds: July 14, 2016

Welcome back for another great week of Grand Rounds! First, we heard from a trio of faculty during an interactive session covering two cases that ask the question: STEMI or not STEMI?

Drs. Conforto, Newton, and Paquette: Got STEMI?

Continuing the cardiology theme for the first half of this week’s session, resident Dr. Mary Cheffers and faculty member Dr. Ramin Tabatabai discuss the management of recent onset, stable atrial fibrillation.

Drs. Cheffers and Tabatabai: A-fib

Next up is a special guest from the Department of Psychiatry, Dr. David Sheski, who demystifies capacity.

Dr. Sheski: Capacity

To finish off this week’s series of talks, Dr. Ilene Claudius discusses Apparent Life-Threatening Events (ALTE) in children, now known as Brief Resolved Unexplained Events (BRUE).

Dr. Claudius: ALTE Update/BRUE

That’s it for this week and we’ll see you all next time!

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