A New Approach To TI-201 SPECT in Patients with Left Bundle Branch Block
37th Annual National Meeting of the Society of Nuclear Medicine, Washington, D.C., June, 1990.
TI-201 SPECT in Patients with Left Bundle Branch Block.
Research In Progress, Cedars-Sinai Cardiology Department, June 1990.
TI_201 SPECT in Left Bundle Branch Block Patients.
Paul Rubinstein Award Competition, Cedars-Sinai Department of Medical Education, June 1990
Tomographic Thallium in Patients with Left Bundle Branch Block.
Solomon Scholar Poster Presentation, UCLA School of Medicine, June 1990.
Separate Acquisition Dual Isotope Myocardial Perfusion SPECT using Pharmacologic Stress,
41 st Annual Meeting of the American College of Cardiology, Dallas, April 1992.
Dual Isotope SPECT
Cardiology Grand Rounds, Long Beach Memorial Hospital, August, 1992.
Comparison of Separate Acquisition Dual Isotope SPECT including late Redistribution 1m aging with Rest/Stress Tc-Sestamibi SPECT for Rest Defect Size and Reversibility Pat1erns.
65th Annual Scientific Sessions of the American Heart Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, November, 1992.
Introduction to Nuclear Cardiology
Cardiology Noon Conference, V.A Long Beach Hospital, April, 1993.
Safety and Efficacy of Noninvasive Testing Post-Myocardial Infarction. Cardiology ConierenceV.A Long Beach Hospital , April, 1993.
Thallium vs. Tc-Sestamibi VS. Dobutamine Echo for Assessment of Myocardial Viability.
Cardiology Conference, V.A Long Beach Hospital, July; 1993.
Selection of the Optimal Pharmacological Stress Test
Cardiology Conference, V.A Long Beach Hospital, August, 1993.
Introduction to Tc-Sestamibi: A New Nuclear Tracer for the Noninvasive Assessment of Coronary Artery Disease.
Cardiology Conference, U.C. lrvine Medical Center, February, 1994.
Echo vs. Nuclear for the Assessment of Disease and for Prognosis in Patients with Coronary Artery Disease.
Cardiology Conference, U.C. lrvine Medical Center, March, 1994.
VVhat the Clinician Should Know about Nuclear Cardiology
UCI Medical Alumni Association: Cardiology Symposium, Orange Countv Heart Association, September, 1994
Management of Patients with Coronary Artery Disease with Special Emphasis on the Treatment of Women
Family Medicine Faculty Conference, U.C. lrvine Medical Center, February, 1995.
Preventive Care and Cost-Containment in Patients with Coronary Artery Disease Using Non-invasive Imaging Modalities
Medicine Grand Rounds, U.C. lrvine Medical Center, February, 1995.
Prognostic Value of Nuclear vs. Echo in Patients with Coronary Artery Disease
Cardiology Conference, Western Medical Center, Santa Ana , February, 1995.
Management of Women with Coronary Artery Disease
Symposium on Women with Heart Disease, Stanford University Medical Center, Palo Alto , March, 1995.
Incremental Value of Myocardial Perfusion Imaging in Predicting Long-term Prognosis in Patients with Coronary Artery Disease
Medicine Grand Rounds, Long Beach Memorial Medical Center, Long Beach, March, 1995.
Impact of Perfusion Imaging on Clinical Decision Making and Outcome Cardiology Conference
Northridge Hospital , Northridge, March, 1995.
Women and Coronary Artery Disease Medical Symposium
Hyatt Regency, Irvine, March 1995.
Strategies for Screening and Prevention Heart Disease
UCI Heart Disease Prevention Program Symposium, Costa Mesa, May 1995.
Prognostic Value of Nuclear Cardiology Testing
Radiology Grand Rounds, Desert Hospital, June 1995
Impact of Clinical History and Exercise Parameters on the Selection of Noninvasive Tests for Detection of Coronary Artery Disease
Cardiology Grand Rounds, Northridge Hospital, Norlhridge, June 1995.
Updates in Women's Health Care Issues
Panel Moderator, Uncommon Women on Common Ground, Southern California Conference on Women in Business, Long Beach Convention Center, Long Beach, June 1995.
SPECT Hearts: Alternative Cardiac Imaging for Angina
Continuing Medical Educational Program, Menifee Valley Medical Center, Sun City, CA, July 1995.
Coronary Artery Disease and Women
Orange County Society of Nurse Practitioners, Tustin, CA, July 1995.
Pharmacological Stress Testing in the Elderly Geriatrics' Grand RoundsUCI Medical Center, Irvine, CA, July 1995
Treatment of Atrial Arrhythmias
Pharmacology Grand Rounds, Long Beach VA Medical Center, Long Beach, CA, July 1995.
Echo VS. Nuclear in the Era of Managed Care
Continuing Medical Education Program, Corona Hospital, Corona, CA August 1995.
Cost-Effective Use of Echo and Nuclear Testing for the Pre-Operative Evaluation of the Patient with Coronary Artery Disease
Department of Anesthesiology Grand Rounds, Kaiser Permanente Hospital, Los Angeles, CA August 1995.
Treatment of Hyperlipidemia
Continuing Medical Education Program, Medical Group of Beverly Hills, Beverly Hills, CA September 1995.
Strategies for Treating Heart Disease in Women
Regional Cardiac Lecture Series, Mission Hospital, Mission Viejo, CA September 1995.
Current Controversies in the Treatment of Hypertension and Angina
UST Medical Alumni Association, Torrance, CA, October 1995.
Acute Coronary Syndromes
Hospital Grand Rounds, South Coast Hospital, Laguna Niguel, CA October 1995.
Strategies for the Management of the Patient with Coronary Artery Disease for the Primary Care Physician with Nuclear Perfusion Imaging
Continuing Medical Education Program, San Bernardino Community Hospital, San Bernardino, CA October 1995.
Preventive Cardiologyin Pre-and Post-menopausal Women
Obstrectrics and Gynecological Education Series, UC Irvine Medical Center, Irvine, CA November 1995.
Treatment of Women with Acute Anginal SyndromesWestin South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa, CA November 1995.
Echo vs. Nuclear in Clinical Decision Making in Women: Who, When and at What Cost?
Orange County Society of Internal Medicine, Costa Mesa, CA November 1995.
Gender Differences in Cardiovascular Disease
Family Medicine Lecture Series, King/Drew Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA December 1995.
Cost Effective Strategies in the Treatment of Coronary Artery Disease in the Era of Managed Care Using Nuclear Perfusion Imaging
Hyatt Regency, Irvine, CA March 1996.
Coronary Artery Disease in WomenSouthern California Indian Medical Association, Tustin, CA April 1996
Stress Echo vs. Nuclear Perfusion Imaging for the Assessment of CAD
Society of Nuclear Medicine Annual Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 1996
Advantages to Nuclear Perfusion Testing in Women
Society of Nuclear Medicine Annual Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 1996.
Determining the Best Strategies for Evaluating Worn en with Suspected CAD
Grand Rounds, St. Jude Hospital, Fullerton, CA May 1996
Clinical Interpretation of ECG
UCI Family Medicine Refresher Course, Newport Beach, CA June 1996
ECG Stress Testing: Indications and Interpretation
Primary Care Physicians CME Program, Menifee Hospital, Sun City, CA July 1996
Stress Echo Vs Nuclear: a Clinical Cardiologist's Perspective
Cardiology Grand Rounds, Sharp Medical Center, La Jolla, CA September 1996
Women: Live Longer and Keep Your Heart Happy
Nordstroms, Santa Ana, CA September 1996
Calcium Channel Blockers in Treatment of Patients with Hypertension E Coronary
Artery Disease: Is it Safe?
Mission Inn, Riverside, CA September 1996.
Differences in a Women's Heart
Orange County Indian MedicaI Society Symposium, Anaheim CA September 1996.
Algorithms for Cost Containment Using Nuclear Perfusion Testing in a Managed Care Setting.
Foothill Hospital, Glendale, CA October 1996
Power of Nuclear Testing in Predicting Adverse Outcomes
UCSD School of Medicine, VA Hospita, La Jolla, CA October 1996
Preventive Cardiology in Pre- and Post-Menopausal Women
Ob/Gyn Education Series, UC Irvine Medical Center, Orange, CA October 1996
When to Treat Patients with Hypertension
Ritz Carlton Hotel, Laguna Niguel, CA October 1996
What the Clinician Should Know About Nuclear Testing
Good Samaritan Hospital, Phoenix, Arizona November 1996
Cost-Effective Strategies for the Treatment of Heart Disease
VA HospitaI, Phoenix, Arizona November 1996
Preceptorship in Myocardial Perfusion Imaging
UC Irvine Medical Center, Orange, CA February 1997
Echo vs Nuclear: Pros and Cons for the Diagnosis of CADLong Beach Community Hospital, Long Beach, CA March 1997
Advantages of Nuclear Cardiology TestingSanta Barbara Cottage Hospital, Santa Barbara, CA April, 1997
Introduction to Nuclear Testing
Orange County Echo Society Irvine, CA April1997
New Update in Diagnostic Nuclear Medicine Grand Rounds
Alhambra Hospital, AIhambra, CA June 1997
Women and Coronary Artery Disease
Society of Nuclear Medicine Western Region Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV August 1997
Echo vs Nuclear
Society of Nuclear Medicine Western Region Annual Meeting, Las Vegas , NV August 1997
Use of Lipid Lowering Agents in Women at Risk for CAD
Primary Care Symposium, Surf and Sand Hotel, Laguna Beach, CA October 1997
Hypertension and Beyond: Treating Hypertensive Patients with Multiple Risk Factors
Sun Palace Restaurant, Hollywood, CA May 1998
American Society of Nuclear Cardiology
Symposium for Cardiology Fellows, Harbor/UCLA Medical Center, June 1998
Update in Internal Medicine for Primary Care Physicians
UC Irvine Medical Cen1er, Orange, CA June 1998
Myocardial Perfusion Imaging for Detection of CAD
Cardiology Conference, Long Beach Memorial Hospital, July 1998
How to Effectively Screen for CAD in Women Using Noninvasive TestingGlendale Adventist Grand Rounds, Glendale, CA July 1998
Should All Worn en Undergo Stress Testing for Evaluation of Chest Pain?
Grand Rounds, Verdugo Hills Hosptal Glendale, CA August 1998
Nuclear Perfusion Imaging vs Stress Echo for Assessing CAD
Cardiology Grand Rounds, USC Medical Center, CA January 1999
Does Improvement in Myocardial Perfusion after Catheter Based Intervention Correlate with Outcome?
USC Cardiology Symposium, USC Medical Center, August 1999
Women and Heart Disease: What the Patient Should Know.
Glendale Memorial Hospital , May 2000
Women and Heart Disease
Patient Conference, Glendale Memorial Hospital May 10, 2002
New Directions In Nuclear Cardiology
Glendale Adventist Medical Center, May 2005
Using Outcomes Based Data to Determine Value of Nuclear Cardiology
Outpatient Cardiac Imaging Center CME Progam, Glendale Adventist Medical Center, February 2006
The Heart of the Matter
American Heart Association Go Red Campaign LA, Century Plaza Hotel, May 2006
Presentation of Efforts to Fight Heart Disease in Women
American Heart Association Go Red Campaign, Century Plaza Hotel, May 2006
Get with the Guidelines Presentation
American Heart Association Program Southern California, LAX Marriot, September 2006
What Message Should We Portray to The city of Glendale to Prevent Heart Disease in Women
Commision on the Status of Women, Glendale City Council, Feburary 2007
What Have We learned About Heart Attack Risk in Our Community
Glendale Civic Board Quarterly Meeting, Feburary 2007
Risk of Heart Disease in Fire Fighters
City of Glendale Fire Department, April 2007
Every Day Things You Can Do to Prevent Heart Disease
American Heart Association Go Red Campaign LA, Century Plaza Hotel, May 2007
Women and Ischemic Heart Disease
Medical Ground Rounds, Verdugo Hospital, March 2008
Update on New Advances in Diagnosing and Treating Women with Heart Disease
Medical Ground Rounds, USC Medical Center, March 2008
Is Every Woman At Risk for Heart Problems?
Curves, INC., July 2008
Chronic Renal Failure and the link to Heart Disease
Glendale Adventist Medical Center, October 2008
Dr. Lisa Matzer is a female cardiologist and internist for Burbank, Encino, Sherman Oaks, Glendale, Studio City, Los Angeles, and the Southern California. Specialities include treatment, diagnosis, management and prevention of men and women's heart disease and men's and women's preventive health.
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