Albert Einstein once ended a medical discussion with the words: “One can also die without the help of a doctor” The circumstances of his death reflect this ironic but at the same time very true statement.
Some medical professionals are eager to treat the rich and famous. But not all celebrities are “easy patients” and sometimes even doctors themselves are at risk of losing their life. Let us take a look at the medical history of the dictator Josef Stalin.
She told me that early this morning she awoke with pain in her lower abdomen that was still here. Otherwise everything was fine, but she would feel more secure if I could perform an ultrasound to confirm everything is okay.
Recently I lectured on diastolic dysfunction in India and I asked the auditorium if they were aware of the newest “2016” guidelines on diastolic function and if they were applying them in there patients.