Climate Change May Mean More Ticks

posted on June 6, 2018

Michelle Storkan, MD, of the UCSF Fresno Emergency Medicine Department, talks ticks with KSEE24 News and CBS47 Fresno.

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Mass casualty incident training in Sequoia National Park

posted on June 1, 2018

In partnership with the UCSF Fresno Medical Education Program and the National Parks Service, first responders were trained in a mock mass casualty incident.

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Investigation: Marijuana Edibles Landing Fresno Adults, Students, and Toddlers in the Hospital

posted on May 24, 2018

UCSF Fresno toxicologist Patil Armenian, MD, is interviewed in this CBS47 Fresno special report on marijuana edibles and the dangers they pose to kids.

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Improving Care in the ICU

posted on May 2, 2018

Dr. Krista Kaups highlights the impressive changes that have been made at Community Regional Medical Center as part of a collaborative effort among 63 hospitals to improve care and outcomes in ICUs.

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Dr. Marina Roytman Monitors Liver Disease Using Fibroscan

posted on April 27, 2018

Dr. Marina Roytman utilizes the only Fibroscan machine in all of Fresno County at Community Regional Medical Center as a non-invasive and quick way to diagnose and monitor liver disease.

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Dr. Marina Roytman Providing Important Facts on Hepatitis C

posted on April 11, 2018

Marina Roytman, M.D., FACP, of University Gastroenterology & Hepatology Associates, gives important facts to know about Hepatitis C. View Full Article »

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Dr. Krista Kaups on How to Cut Costs and Improve Outcomes in the ICU

posted on March 20, 2018

Dr. Krista Kaups, Director of the Surgical Intensive Care Unit at Community Regional Medical Center and Program Director of the UCSF Fresno Medical Education Program Surgical Critical Care Fellowship, discusses the data showing what cuts costs and improves outcomes in the ICU.

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Dr. Greg Simpson Details Bedbugs

posted on March 5, 2018

Dr. Greg Simpson of University Dermatology Associates explains what increases the risk of getting infested by bedbugs, and what is done to treat the bites.

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Dr. Vipul Jain on Accurate Inhaler Use

posted on March 2, 2018

Dr. Vipul Jain of University Pulmonary Associates details how to properly use an inhaler and how little errors by the user can decrease their effectiveness.

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The Gift of Movement

posted on January 30, 2018

Dr. Robert Kollmorgen (left) and Dirk Strombeck (right) Dirk Strombeck, 63, began feeling immense pain in his right hip at the beginning of May. Working as a Construction Superintendent at a job that took him to Louisiana, he didn’t feel like he had a lot of options. “The pain became…

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