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Mauricio Jalife Bucay, MD

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0001-7610-2079 Additional info
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    Universidad Anahuac de la Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico CityMD03/2010Medical Doctor
    Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia PAInternal Medicine Resident 06/2016Internal medicine
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    Universidad Anahuac de la Ciudad de Mexico2010Outstanding performance in the standardized professional exam (CENEVAL)

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    Mauricio Jalife is an academic hospitalist and clinician educator in the Department of Hospital Medicine at UCSF since Feb 2020
    Compassionate, patient-focused physician with Board Certification in Internal Medicine. Experience in hospital and clinical settings across varied specialties and a background working with diverse and low-income populations. Additional experience as a clinical researcher and assistant professor for medical schools.

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    1. Koshkelashvili N, Jalife Bucay M, Goykhman I, Pressman GS. Aortic root and valve proportions: an example of the golden ratio? Monaldi Arch Chest Dis. 2019 Jul 15; 89(2). PMID: 31315350.
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    2. Rubio M, Dias A, Koshkelashvili N, Codolosa JN, Jalife-Bucay M, Rodriguez-Ziccardi M, Amanullah AM. Transient Ischemic Dilation Ratio in Regadenoson, Single Isotope Gated Single-photon Emission Computed Tomography Myocardial Perfusion Imaging. World J Nucl Med. 2017 Jul-Sep; 16(3):218-222. PMID: 28670181.
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    3. Thakar S, Koshkelashvili N, Bucay MJ, Lichstein E, Saqid A, Pressman GS, Figueredo VM. Electrocardiographic changes in patients = 100 years of age. Int J Cardiol. 2016 May 01; 210:156-7. PMID: 26946042.
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    4. Faverio P, Arango A, Anzueto A, Mortensen E, Waterer G, Wunderink R, Houlihan T, Ezekiel C, Jalife M, Restrepo M.Azithromycin-Related Cardiovascular Events and Deaths in Severe Septic Patients. 2013; 144(4):422A.
    5. Maselli D, Faverio P, Arango A, Fernandez J, Aliberti S, Lonni S, Jalife M, Ezekiel C, Restrepo M.Idiopathic Bronchiectasis Less Common Than Predicted: Quality Improvement Project. 2013; 144(4):586a.
    6. Randall C, Jalife M, Rellas J, Toboada C, Gossen G, Havranek R, Zurita F, Stump D, Fincke C, Ford J, Jamie J.Rifaximin is Efficacious in the Treatment of Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth. 2009; 104(s98):255.
    7. Randall C, Jalife M, Rellas J, Toboada C, Gossen G, Havranek R, Zurita F, Stump D, Fincke C, Ford J, Jamie J.The Efficacy and Tolerability of Neomycin in the Treatment of Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth. 2009; 104(s 99):257.