I felt sharp pains in my stomach for several days. The pain continued to escalate so I called 911 and they took me to the emergency room. I was put in an induced coma for several weeks and when I woke up I could not walk or lift my hands. [...]
My primary doctor at UCLA is Dr. Ryan Aronin in the 100 bldg at the medical plaza. He is young, thorough, effcient, and wise. I have Atrial Fibrillation, which is an irregular heartbeat. It puts me at risk for blood clotting, which could cause [...]
Last year in March, I received a call from the school nurse. Saying "C" is alright but I wanted to call because today in class he said he blacked out, didn't know what was going on.
If you’re shopping for children this holiday, chances are there will be plenty of toys on your list. While play is important for developing dexterity, imagination and strength, unsafe toys are a real hazard. In 2015, emergency room doctors in the United States treated more than 254,000 toy-related injuries, [...]
I want to say thank you to Charin K, Reshonda R, Aldrin Valdez, Malisa MacArthur, the group of surgeons and some of the staffs. Especially to Aldrin Valdez who helped to put on the IV after 3 failure from other staffs. Although my daughter had to stay on the hallway [...]
I experienced some issues with my health in 2014, my heart was beating extremely fast and my blood pressure was soaring. After a visit to my PCP I was referred to a cardiologist who diagnosed me with Non valvular AFIB. Xarelto 20mg was prescribed and I was advised to come [...]
As an emergency room doctor who’s no stranger to crisis – and, as a result, the media -- I’m frequently asked to weigh in on news while it’s still developing, before anyone has any answers, much less all of them. To that end, I’ve now been asked several [...]