If you missed our Grand Rounds livestream Tuesday, February 22, please take the opportunity to view the recorded event. This was the Annual CF Reynolds Medical History Society Lecture. We hosted Dr. Arnold B. Meshkov, MD, FACC, a Pennsylvania native who completed much of his training in Philadelphia before becoming a Professor of Medicine at Temple University. He has since transitioned to private practice and is active within the field of non-invasive cardiology. He has a strong interest in the history of medicine and recently published his first book titled Chasing the Widowmaker. His talk addresses the revolutionary nature of the heart catheterization and how impactful this often life-saving intervention has been within the field of medicine.

Department of Medicine Grand Rounds
February 22, 2022

Catheterization of the Heart: From Self-Experimentation to Angioplasty

Arnold Meshkov, MD

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