Laleh Gharahbaghian

Emergency medicine doctor

Emergency Department

  • 900 Quarry Road Extension
  • Stanford, CA 94304
  • Phone: 650-723-5111
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Professional Education

Residency: UCI Medical Center Dept of Emergency Medicine (2007) CA

Medical Education: UC Irvine School of Medicine (2004) CA

Board Certification: Emergency Medicine, American Board of Emergency Medicine (2008)

MD, Stanford University Med Ctr, Emergency Ultrasound fellowship (2008)

MD, UC Irvine School of Medicine, Emergency Medicine (2007)

Honors & Awards

Faculty Clinical Teaching Award, Stanford Emergency Medicine (2012)

Faculty Clinical Teaching Award, Stanford Emergency Medicine (2011)

Long Beach Memorial Medical Center Applause Award for Outstanding Service, Long Beach Memorial Medical Center (2005)

Cal-ACEP Scientific Assembly Best Research Project, CalACEP (2006)

Faculty Clinical Teaching Award, Stanford Emergency Medicine (2007)

Administrative Appointments

Director, Stanford Emergency Ultrasound, 2011

Associate Director, Stanford Emergency Ultrasound, 2008

Co-Director, Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship, 2008

Cardiac echocardiography.
Perera, P., Lobo, V., Williams, S. R., & Gharahbaghian, L. (2014). Cardiac echocardiography. Critical care clinics, 30(1), 47-?.

Thoracic Ultrasonography
Lobo, V., Weingrow, D., Perera, P., Williams, S. R., & Gharahbaghian, L. (2014). Thoracic Ultrasonography. CRITICAL CARE CLINICS, 30(1), 93-?.

The FAST and E-FAST in 2013: Trauma Ultrasonography Overview, Practical Techniques, Controversies, and New Frontiers
Williams, S. R., Perera, P., & Gharahbaghian, L. (2014). The FAST and E-FAST in 2013: Trauma Ultrasonography Overview, Practical Techniques, Controversies, and New Frontiers. CRITICAL CARE CLINICS, 30(1), 119-?.

Focused cardiac ultrasound training: how much is enough?
Chisholm, C. B., Dodge, W. R., Balise, R. R., Williams, S. R., Gharahbaghian, L., & Beraud, A.-S. (2013). Focused cardiac ultrasound training: how much is enough?. journal of emergency medicine, 44(4), 818-822.

USE OF CADAVER MODELS IN POINT-OF-CARE EMERGENCY ULTRASOUND EDUCATION FOR DIAGNOSTIC APPLICATIONS
Zaia, B. E., Briese, B., Williams, S. R., & Gharahbaghian, L. (2012). USE OF CADAVER MODELS IN POINT-OF-CARE EMERGENCY ULTRASOUND EDUCATION FOR DIAGNOSTIC APPLICATIONS. JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 43(4), 683-691.

Anorexia Nervosa A Case Report of a Teenager Presenting With Bradycardia, General Fatigue, and Weakness
Grover, C. A., Robin, J. K., & Gharahbaghian, L. (2012). Anorexia Nervosa A Case Report of a Teenager Presenting With Bradycardia, General Fatigue, and Weakness. PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY CARE, 28(2), 174-177.

Unilateral facial swelling with fever. Parotitis.
Grover, C. A., & Gharahbaghian, L. (2011). Unilateral facial swelling with fever. Parotitis. Annals of emergency medicine, 58(6), e5-6.

Test Characteristics of Focused Assessment of Sonography for Trauma for Clinically Significant Abdominal Free Fluid in Pediatric Blunt Abdominal Trauma
Fox, J. C., Boysen, M., Gharahbaghian, L., Cusick, S., Ahmed, S. S., & Langdorf, M. I. (2011). Test Characteristics of Focused Assessment of Sonography for Trauma for Clinically Significant Abdominal Free Fluid in Pediatric Blunt Abdominal Trauma. ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 18(5), 476-481.

Test characteristics of focused assessment of sonography for trauma for clinically significant abdominal free fluid in pediatric blunt abdominal trauma.
Fox, J. C., Boysen, M., Gharahbaghian, L., Cusick, S., Ahmed, S. S., & Langdorf, M. I. (2011). Test characteristics of focused assessment of sonography for trauma for clinically significant abdominal free fluid in pediatric blunt abdominal trauma. Academic emergency medicine , 18(5), 477-482.

THE EFFECT OF EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT OBSERVATIONAL EXPERIENCE ON MEDICAL STUDENT INTEREST IN EMERGENCY MEDICINE
Gharahbaghian, L., Hindiyeh, R., Langdorf, M. I., Vaca, F., Anderson, C. L., & Lotfipour, S. (2011). THE EFFECT OF EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT OBSERVATIONAL EXPERIENCE ON MEDICAL STUDENT INTEREST IN EMERGENCY MEDICINE. JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 40(4), 458-461.

Patellar tendonitis.
Zaia, B., & Gharahbaghian, L. (2011). Patellar tendonitis. The western journal of emergency medicine, 12(1), 139-140.

Methemoglobinemia and sulfhemoglobinemia in two pediatric patients after ingestion of hydroxylamine sulfate.
Gharahbaghian, L., Massoudian, B., & DiMassa, G. (2009). Methemoglobinemia and sulfhemoglobinemia in two pediatric patients after ingestion of hydroxylamine sulfate. The western journal of emergency medicine, 10(3), 197-201.

Clitoral priapism with no known risk factors.
Gharahbaghian, L. (2008). Clitoral priapism with no known risk factors. The western journal of emergency medicine, 9(4), 235-237.

Welcome to the Resident/Student/Fellow Section of WestJEM!
Gharahbaghian, L. (2008). Welcome to the Resident/Student/Fellow Section of WestJEM!. The western journal of emergency medicine, 9(1), 46-?.

Welcome to the Resident/Fellow/Student Section.
Gharahbaghian, L. (2008). Welcome to the Resident/Fellow/Student Section. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 9(4).

. Central Diabetes Insipidus Misdiagnosed as Acute Gastroenteritis in a Pediatric Patient: a Case Report.
Gharahbaghian, L., McCoy, C., Lotfipour, S., & M. (2008). . Central Diabetes Insipidus Misdiagnosed as Acute Gastroenteritis in a Pediatric Patient: a Case Report. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine, April.

New Onset Thyrotoxicosis Presenting as Vomiting, Abdominal Pain and Transaminitis in the Emergency Department: a Case Report.
Gharahbaghian, L., Brosnan, D., Fox JC., Stratton, & M. (2007). New Onset Thyrotoxicosis Presenting as Vomiting, Abdominal Pain and Transaminitis in the Emergency Department: a Case Report. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 8(3).

Sarin and Other Nerve Agents of the Organophosphate Class: Properties, Medical Effects and Management.
Gharahbaghian, L., Bey, & T. (2003). Sarin and Other Nerve Agents of the Organophosphate Class: Properties, Medical Effects and Management. International Journal of Disaster Medicine.

Survival After Ethylene Glycol Poisoning in a Patient With an Arterial pH of 6.58
Bey, T., Walter, F., Gilby, R., & L. (2002). Survival After Ethylene Glycol Poisoning in a Patient With an Arterial pH of 6.58. Veterinary and Human Toxicology.