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Recent Content

Last 25 Postings

(Click on title to be directed to posting, most recent listed first, CME offerings in bold)

Medical Image of the Week: Endovascular Intervention for Life-threatening 
   Hemoptysis
Medical Image of the Week: Fibrosing Mediastinitis
February 2017 Imaging Case of the Month
In Defense of Eminence-Based Medicine (Editorial)
Salary Surveys Report Declines in Pulmonologist, Allergist and Nurse
   Incomes (News)
Publish or Perish: Tools for Survival (Review with PowerPoint)
Medical Image of the Week: Disseminated Coccidioidomycosis
Ultrasound for Critical Care Physicians: Unchain My Heart
February 2017 Critical Care Case of the Month
February 2017 Pulmonary Case of the Month
Medical Image of the Week: Pulmonary Metastases of Rectal Cancer
January 2017 Arizona Thoracic Society Notes
CDC Releases Ventilator-Associated Events Criteria (News)
Medical Image of the Week: ICU Chest X-Ray
Medical Image of the Week: Infected Emphysematous Bulla
Is Quality of Healthcare Improving in the US? (Review)
Medical Image of the Week: The Luftsichel Sign
Medicare Bundled Payment Initiative Did Not Reduce COPD Readmissions
   (News)
Younger Smokers Continue to Smoke as Adults: Implications for Raising the
   Smoking Age to 21 (News)
January 2017 Imaging Case of the Month
Medical Image of the Week: NG Tube Misplacement with a Pneumothorax 
January 2017 Critical Care Case of the Month
January 2017 Pulmonary Case of the Month
Medical Image of the Week: Subcutaneous Calcification in Dermatomyositis
Most Drug Overdose Deaths from Nonprescription Opioids (News)

 

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Announcements

(Most Recent First) 

 

The Practice of Advanced Critical Care: A Multispecialty Simulation-Based Conference

This conference focuses on sharpening emergency life-saving skills of bedside intensivists including advanced techniques in echocardiography, difficult airway management, rescue therapies for severe ARDS and advanced cardiac life support. Methods include small group simulations based on real patient cases with expert debriefing and hands-on workshops including procedural instruction using human cadaveric and animal tissues.

Time, Date and Location

February 17-18,

The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix
Center for Simulation and Innovation
435 N. Fifth Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004

CME

14.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

Registration

Because of the intense personal training each participant will receive, space is limited to 60 registrants. $899 early bird. $999 after December 1, 2016. Email or call to register or get more information at (602)230-2273 or toll-free at (800)230-2273.

Click here for online registration

 

Ultrasound Listings

On the right side of the home page, under manuscript lists, there is a new section entitled ultrasounds. Opening this and clicking on the link will open an Excel file with links to each of the ultrasounds. This is similar to lists for the Cases of the Month and Medical Image of the Week.

 

Bhupinder Natt MD Named New Associate Editor Pulmonary & Critical Care

   

Dr Natt received his medical training at the University of Kerala, India. After internship at Unity Health in Rochester (NY), he moved to University of Arizona for completion of his residency. He stayed on to complete his fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. He is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine. His clinical and research interests include airway management, interstitial lung disease and extracorporeal membrane xxygenation. He is board certified in Internal Medicine and Pulmonary Medicine.

 

Safal Shetty MD Named New Associate Editor Sleep - February 10, 2016

Dr. Shetty received his medical degree from the M.S. Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore University, India in 2001. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine was at Franklin Square Medical Center, an affiliate of the University of Maryland in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Shetty was an Assistant Professor in Internal Medicine at Louisiana State University Health Sciences, Monroe, LA before coming to the University of Arizona Health Network in February 2013. He completed a Fellowship in Sleep Medicine at University of Arizona Medical Center Tucson in 2015.His research interests include, sleep apnea and home sleep study testing and improving CPAP adherence through peer driven intervention. Dr. Shetty is board certified in Internal Medicine and Sleep Medicine. Welcome Dr. Shetty!

 

In Memoriam

The SWJPCC begins a new section, In Memoriam (on the right side bar on the home page), with the sad announcement of the deaths of two notable physicians, James Felicetta and Robert Crapo