Dr. Sally Suliman defines Sepsis and its history. She then presents the guidelines for surviving sepsis as well as the updates in literature. After, she discusses the recognition and diagnosis of sepsis as well as treatment. And finally, bundles and compliance.Read More
Dr. Khushboo Gala presents "Liver Tests" by discussing how liver enzymes can help classify hepatic disease into hepatocellular, obstructive/cholestatic and infiltrative diseases. She then talks about the Degree of Transaminase elevation as well as Alkaline Phosphatase.Read More
Update in Assessment and Treatment of Patients with Psoriasis Vulgaris with Dr. Anthony P. Fernandez
Dr. Anthony Fernandez presents "Update in Assessment and Treatment of Patients with Psoriasis Vulgaris" by first reviewing the general features of psoriasis vulgaris. He then discusses the systemic inflammatory nature of psoriasis and select comorbid diseases, and the key aspects of clinical assessment of patients. After, he provides an update in treatment options for moderate-to-severe psoriasis.Read More
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Sometimes we like to feature a handful of lectures we feel deserve more recognition! Here are five Louisville Lectures we think you’ll love!Read More
This week, we want to celebrate our graduating residents who’ve helped us with Little Lectures. Thank you for all you’ve done. We’ll miss you!
Dr. Omer delivers part two of a GI Board Review. This talk includes various cases as well as questions and answers. Check out part one from last week!Read More
Dr. Omer delivers part one of a GI Board Review. This talk includes various cases as well as questions and answers.
Stay tuned for Part Two next week.Read More
Dr. Anupama Raghuram presents a review of "HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)" by first discussing the HIV global burden of disease and transmission. She then presents the rationale for HIV PrEP as well as the efficacy and indications of HIV PrEP. Finally, she analyzes the initial barriers in prescribing HIV PrEP.Read More
This time last year, Louisville Lectures was in the beginning stages of a new project called Little Lectures, and we couldn’t be more proud of what we have accomplished so far. This summer, Louisville Lectures will continue to provide Free Open Access Medical Education. Along with our regular lectures, this summer brings more Little Lectures as well as new residents! Stay tuned and keep an eye out! Good things are coming.Read More