Tag Archives: Anesthesia
Recently Diane Sawyer has released this news report, it is a decent report but also very misleading. Here is the link the to news report: http://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/death-greed-dentist-american-children-risk/ Not to make enemies of the media, but sometimes they can be very ridiculous, … Continue reading
Following the Dr. Conrad Murray trial, I came across a testimony from Dr. Steven Shafer. Totally my kind of guy, to donate his time pro-bono to help dispel the fears of propofol to the public.
Michael Jackson murder trial has captivated many audiences around the world. I hear about it everyday, on the radio, TV, and at work. What Dr. Murray did, of course, is looked down upon in all health profession. A cardiologist not … Continue reading
I haven’t updated this blog in a while, my apologies. My most recent humanitarian effort was with Foundation for Worldwide Health at Nicaragua. http://fwwh.org/index.html. They have been coming to Nicaragua every year for the past ten years. It is an … Continue reading
I got a call by Dr. Schrodi in Granada Hills to see if I was willing to do a pro bono case. Dr. Schrodi told me a sad story of road rage that ended in tragedy for a family. Here … Continue reading
Just want to share with you some You-Tube discoveries 😀 Those who don’t understand you need to see this first!
This a very common question I get when I talk to the parents of the patient. It is a common standard that is applied everywhere in the US. I think most parents will have a hard time finding a surgery … Continue reading
I decided to go again after skipping one year. By now the organization has already made a good name in Peru, and was requested by many people to go visit several schools. More parents brought their children to have us … Continue reading
Just want to share with you my experiences in Peru with Hearts with Hope. Here’s what they are; copied from their website www.heartswithhope.org. Founded in 1994 by Pediatric Cardiologist Dr. Juan Alejos at Mattel Children’s Hospital at UCLA. The primary … Continue reading