Items Tagged ‘Dr. Mario Deng’

Updating to the Patient Perspective

May 13, 2019

Updating to the Patient Perspective

By uclahealth uclahealth

“Our number one hope is that the 200 or so referring physicians, cardiologists and internists are being updated with the protocols that we are currently using,” says Dr. Mario Deng, cardiologist and active participant in the Heart Failure Symposium and UCLA Health. “The symposium provides us, every year, with an opportunity to advance the multi-disciplinary […]

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Tags: cardiologist, cardiologists, Dr. Mario Deng, Heart Failure Symposium, internists

October 17, 2018

Former Bruin football player tackles life following heart transplant

By Amy Albin Amy Albin

A lifelong athlete, Michael Coulter shares advice on getting through a major health hurdle As a defensive back on UCLA’s 1976 Rose Bowl championship football team, Michael Coulter went on to play professionally with the Oakland Raiders. Later, after leaving football, he would rejoin his alma mater and begin a 20-year career with the UCLA […]

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Tags: atrial fibrillation, Bruin football, congestive heart failure, Dr. Eugene DePasquale, Dr. Mario Deng, exercise, heart transplant, hospitalization, surgery, UCLA Bruins