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Don’t Miss a Beat on A-fib: How to Make the Right Plans for Individual Patients Video

Don’t Miss a Beat on A-fib: How to Make the Right Plans for Individual Patients

This practical, data-fueled talk from Edward P. Gerstenfeld, MD, MS, FACC, chief of the UCSF Cardiac Electrophysiology and Arrhythmia Service, will help PCPs better understand how to assess stroke risk; make treatment decisions...
Primary Care of the IBD Patient: Risk Factors, Symptoms and the Value of Timely Therapeutics Video

Primary Care of the IBD Patient: Risk Factors, Symptoms and the Value of Timely Therapeutics

In this update on inflammatory bowel disease, gastroenterologist Kendall Beck, MD, notes contributing causes, explains which tests have value, gives keys to distinguishing ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s...
Keeping the Eye in Sight: Ensure Proper Primary Care for Ocular Injuries Video

Keeping the Eye in Sight: Ensure Proper Primary Care for Ocular Injuries

When presented with common eye issues – from corneal abrasions and foreign bodies to potentially fractured orbital bones – providers need to make prompt diagnoses, assess urgency and take steps to limit damage.
A Guide to Gout: Keys to Recognizing and Managing This Damaging Disease Video

A Guide to Gout: Keys to Recognizing and Managing This Damaging Disease

Noting that gout is common yet under-recognized and undertreated, rheumatologist Kerstin Morehead, MD, presents a valuable update on risk factors, associated conditions, and treatments for both acute flares and chronic disease.
Navigating the Maze of Breast Cancer Guidelines: Efficient Paths to Personalized Screening Video

Navigating the Maze of Breast Cancer Guidelines: Efficient Paths to Personalized Screening

To help PCPs address patients’ breast cancer screening concerns, surgeon Shoko Emily Abe, MD, FACS, breaks down the multitude of screening directives and modalities, with a focus on the needs of those at average risk and those with dense breast tissue.
Better Cancer Care: Pearls From the Best Studies of 2022 Video

Better Cancer Care: Pearls From the Best Studies of 2022

Focusing on blood, breast and lung cancers, our specialists deliver exciting findings from the latest phase III trials.
Cutting-Edge Approaches to Prostate and Breast Cancers: Reach the Right Decision for Each Patient Video

Cutting-Edge Approaches to Prostate and Breast Cancers: Reach the Right Decision for Each Patient

In this grand rounds presentation, you’ll learn the best risk assessment tools for prostate cancer patients, the latest surgical techniques, such as fluorescence imaging and high-intensity focused ultrasound, and tests that allow for matching patients with appropriate options.
Louder for the Patients in the Back: Making the Most of New Hearing Aid Options Video

Louder for the Patients in the Back: Making the Most of New Hearing Aid Options

Hearing loss is associated with cognitive decline, so finding solutions that help patients stay socially connected is crucial.
Assessing Cognitive Decline in Primary Care: New Tools and Algorithms for Everyday Practice Video

Assessing Cognitive Decline in Primary Care: New Tools and Algorithms for Everyday Practice

Although timely diagnosis can significantly improve a patient’s future, dementia is underdiagnosed and often detected late.
Vestibular Migraine (and Conditions That Look Like It): Paths to Diagnosis and Care Video

Vestibular Migraine (and Conditions That Look Like It): Paths to Diagnosis and Care

In this guide to efficient diagnosis and effective therapeutics, otolaryngologic surgeon Caroline Schlocker, MD, walks providers through her rule-out process and clarifies criteria for vestibular migraine.
Urinary Misery: How to Help Female Patients With Persistent Dysuria Video

Urinary Misery: How to Help Female Patients With Persistent Dysuria

In this resource-packed talk, urogynecologist Caitlyn E. Painter, DO, explains how to categorize causes, what to understand about urine cultures and other tests, and the latest evidence on which treatments help patients.
Learning and Lowering Cardiovascular Risk: Effective, Efficient Strategies Video

Learning and Lowering Cardiovascular Risk: Effective, Efficient Strategies

This data-driven presentation from cardiologist Eveline Stock, MD, will give you a better grasp on how to identify an at-risk patient.
Common Vascular Conditions: Simple Screening Rules and Better Treatment Tactics Video

Common Vascular Conditions: Simple Screening Rules and Better Treatment Tactics

Vascular surgeon Shant Vartanian, MD, presents an update on understanding and managing abdominal aortic aneurysms and peripheral artery disease – prevalent age-linked disorders with significant morbidity and mortality.
Monkeypox Update: Cases, Risks, Treatments and Vaccination Video

Monkeypox Update: Cases, Risks, Treatments and Vaccination

Infectious disease specialist Dr. Monica Gandhi, MD, MPH, delivers the latest on monkeypox (or MPX).
Surgery for Epilepsy: Advanced Techniques and Appropriate Candidates Video

Surgery for Epilepsy: Advanced Techniques and Appropriate Candidates

Many patients with uncontrolled seizures are unaware that they can be helped – and providers have an opportunity to start them toward a better quality of life simply by explaining the latest options.
Pelvic Organ Prolapse: Better Terms and Effective Strategies for Primary Care Management Video

Pelvic Organ Prolapse: Better Terms and Effective Strategies for Primary Care Management

Urogynecologist Caitlyn E. Painter, DO, explains why the anxiety-provoking condition requires sensitivity from providers and how they can help patients understand the problem and find a solution – from Kegels to surgery – that suits them.
Lung Transplant Candidates: Shining a Light on UCSF’s Evaluation Process Video

Lung Transplant Candidates: Shining a Light on UCSF’s Evaluation Process

In this short presentation, pulmonologist Jeffrey A. Golden, MD, describes how the specialists of the UCSF Lung Transplant Program work together to ensure their patients are likely to succeed, with a focus on factors that can make or break survival prospects.
Focusing on Blurry Vision: Tips and Tools for Making the Right Diagnosis Video

Focusing on Blurry Vision: Tips and Tools for Making the Right Diagnosis

From simple refractive issues to dry eye to age-related cataracts to emergencies such as retinal detachment, the causes of painless fuzzy vision vary widely in urgency.
Abnormal Uterine Bleeding: A Guide to Causes and Solutions Video

Abnormal Uterine Bleeding: A Guide to Causes and Solutions

In this straightforward talk, Tami Serene Rowen, MD, MS, FACOG clarifies how to distinguish abnormal from normal menses; breaks down the many reasons, both structural and hormonal, for the problem; and provides specifics on medical management – from doses to side effects – as well as surgical options and her favored techniques.
Dry Days Ahead: Effective Strategies for Common Urinary Complaints Video

Dry Days Ahead: Effective Strategies for Common Urinary Complaints

While stress incontinence and overactive bladder may not be life-threatening, they can be life-diminishing. Yet, with the stepped care approach presented by urologic surgeon Anne M. Suskind, MD, MS, FACS, clinicians can find a remedy to help almost any patient.
Living Donor Renal Transplant Video

Living Donor Renal Transplant

In this narrated surgical video, Chris Friese, MD, performs a right laparoscopic donor nephrectomy.
The COPD Blues: A Guide to Optimizing Outpatient Management Video

The COPD Blues: A Guide to Optimizing Outpatient Management

For the 30 million adults in the U.S. with COPD, effective care requires providers to have an up-to-date understanding of treatment options as well as the ability to respond to changes in a patient’s status.
The Evidence on Incidentalomas: When to Investigate, When to Rest Easy Video

The Evidence on Incidentalomas: When to Investigate, When to Rest Easy

This presentation from radiologist Hailey H. Choi, MD, supplies straightforward criteria to help providers assess lesions ranging from thyroid and adrenal nodules to ovarian cysts to pancreatic and liver lesions.
Approaching Endometriosis: Deliver the Right Care for Individual Patients Video

Approaching Endometriosis: Deliver the Right Care for Individual Patients

Gynecologist Jeannette Lager, MD, MPH, associate director of the UCSF Endometriosis Center, offers a thorough update on this painful condition impacting around 10% of U.S. women.

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