Grand Rounds Archives
- 04: Infections in the Elderly
Michael S. Gelfand, MD, FACP, Methodist University Hospital, UTHSC
- 27: Guidelines Revisited: Case Studies in Infective Endocarditis
Mannu Nayyar, MD, UTHSC
- 20:Cardio-Vascular Disease and Proteinuria
Santhosh K. G. Koshy, MD, DM, MBA, FACC, FSCAI, Professor of Medicine, Chief of Medicine, Director of Cardiology, Regional One Health, UTHSC
- 13: The Choice We Made: Sustaining Joy in Our Lives as Physicians
Barbara Lee Bass, MD, FACS, John F, and Carolyn Bookout Distinguished Endowed Chair, Houston Methodist Hosptial, Methodist Institute for Technology, Innnovation, and Education
- 06: New Paradigm for Blood Pressure Goals: The SPRINT Trial
William C. Cushman, MD, Karen C. Johnson, MD, and Catherine Womack, MD, UTHSC
- 30: Acute-on-Chronic Liver Failure: A Call for a Universal Definition
Joe Goldkamp, MD, Internal Medicine Chief Resident, UTHSC
- 23: Antimicrobial Resistance in Gram-negative Bacteria
Kerry O. Cleveland, MD, UTHSC
- 16: The New Rules of Patient Engagement
Burton Hayes, MD, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, UTHSC
- 09: Tele-Endocrinology: Bridging the Gap in Endocrine Care Via Videoconferencing
Ebenezer Nyenwe, MD, FWACP, FACP, FACE, Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology, UTHSC
- 02: The Evolution of Medical Education: See One. Do One. Teach One.
Samantha Houston, MD and Rebekah Mulligan, MD, Internal Chief Residents, UTHSC
- 24: Cirrhosis is a Systemic Disorder
Adrian Reuben, Conflict-Free Professor of Medicine, Emeritus, Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Medical University of South Carolina
- 17: The American Civil War: Hidden African American Contributions and Medical Advances
Timothy C. Fabian, MD, FACS, UTHSC
- 10: Management of Hypertension in CKD: Different from Non-CKD?
Csaba P. Kovesday, MD, UTHSC, Memphis VA Medical Center
- 03: A Call to Arms: The Case for a Resident Curriculum in Safety, Quality, and Utilization
Evan Paul, MD, Chief Resident of Quality and Safety, UTHSC
- 20: Targeted Temperature Management After Sudden Cardiac Death: "Dr. Ice May Save
A. Stacey Headley, MS, MD, FCCP, Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine, UTHSC
- 13: Transcatheter Therapy for Aortic Stenosis: A Proven Paradigm Shift
Uzoma Ibebuogu, MD, FACC, FSCAI, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Cardiovascular Diseases, UTHSC
- 06: Ultrasound in Medical Education: Lessons Learned from Nine Years of an Integrated
Richard Hoppmann, MD
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