We at Louisville Lectures are so happy to announce our most viewed lectures, lecturers and divisions over the past academic year! This is our second year showcasing our lectures and professors that resonated most and we couldn't be prouder!
In this action-packed lecture, Dr. Lorrel Brown covers ACS basics: coronary perfusion, types of myocardial infarction, and how to diagnose MI using history exam and EKG findings. She reviews ACS risk scores, acute treatment of ACS and some common pitfalls.
Dr, Rodrigo Cavallazzi gives a comprehensive review of ARDS; he includes the definition, pathophysiology, risk factors, prognosis and differential. He spends time discussion the ARDS Network trial including fluid and ventilation strategies as well as advanced treatments (prone positioning, ECMO, neurally adjusted ventilation.
Dr, Lorrel Brown covers the basics of shock including how to recognize cardiac shock from history, physical exam and invasive monitoring. She discusses physiology and interpretation of pulmonary artery catheterization and then covers choice of vasopressors for therapy.
Dr. Eleanor Lederer addresses sodium and potassium regulation including mechanisms of diuretics. She presents a basic approach to addressing cases and analyzing serum and urine electrolytes in the context of presentation.
Dr. Bryan Moffett presents a lecture on his approach to the differential and assessment of various types of anemia. He begins with some of his algorithms for determining testing and ends with his own set of cases to provide clinical vignettes on common presentations.
Dr. Bryan Moffett outlines a practical algorithm to considering both acute diarrhea. He then approaches treatment for acute and chronic diarrhea. Finally, he cements this knowledge by presenting several cases.
Dr. Karem El-Kersh gives a four part review of common Pulmonary and Critical Care topics: Hypoxia, PFTs, Asthma, COPD, Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency, Pulmonary Hypertension, Cystic Fibrosis, Interstitial Lung Disease, Tuberculosis, Pneumonia, Pleural Effusion, Pneumothorax, Lung cancer, Solitary Pulmonary Nodule Surveillance, Pulmonary Embolism, Sleep Disorders, Acid-Base Disturbances, Ventilator management, ARDS.
Dr. Roberts addresses one of the age-old discussions between medicine and surgery: what to do with an inflamed pancreas? He does a brief review of presentation, etiology, severity assessment, complications of pancreatitis and then spends a good deal of time on endoscopic and surgical treatments for pancreatitis and it's complications.
Julie Harting covers penicillins and cephalosporins including cases, adverse reactions, and other considerations.