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Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases (ARD) is an international peer-reviewed journal committed to promoting the highest standards of scientific exchange and education. It covers all aspects of rheumatology, which includes the spectrum of musculoskeletal conditions, arthritic disease, and connective tissue disorders. ARD publishes basic, clinical, and translational scientific research. Concise scientific communication is encouraged and peer-reviewed proceedings of international meetings are featu ...
 
Bel A'arabee is a show in Arabic, aimed at all Arabic speakers and focusing on our local Arabic speaking communities. It is a multi purpose programme in which we talk about community news in general and address many issues that concern us as an Arab community - the most important activities that interest us as a community. Our topics are inspired by ideas and feedback from our community.
 
In this podiobook: To End A WarTo End A WarNearly a thousand years ago a great warrior named Lachlan sought to unify his people, using the power of the Three Swords of Destiny. Before his victory, Lachlan was killed by his trusted friend, Allarun. Now, Allarun is still in power but haunted by dreams of Lachlan's death curse: that Lachlan would return to avenge his death. Allarun's decision is to destroy the very people Lachlan tried to unite. Only two men have the power to stop the slaughter ...
 
The Internal Medicine For Vet Techs Podcast is a weekly podcast hosted by veterinary technician specialists, Yvonne Brandenburg, RVT, VTS SAIM and Jordan Porter, RVT, LVT, VTS SAIM, and is dedicated to veterinary professionals who are passionate about all things internal medicine. We’ll be discussing interesting internal medicine diseases, how to work closely with pet parents, and how to be the best tech we can be. This podcast is perfect for veterinary professionals just getting into intern ...
 
A podcast dedicated to the teaching of critical care. The focus audience is physicians, residents, medical students, nurses, therapists, and paramedics. These are topics that arise while on teaching rounds in the Burn ICU at Vanderbilt Medical Center. A broad scope of critical care and prehospital topics are presented as well as recent journal articles and medical news.
 
The landscape of Intensive care is changing. In the era of evidence based medicine, we try to make best possible decision for our patients based on best available evidence. Every fortnight, Dr Swapnil Pawar & Dr Jose Chacko will bring you one hot topic in Critical care. If you want to stay up to date with recent evidence or learn how to critically evaluate the literature in critical care, this podcast is for you.
 
Weekly conference on everything from ritual human sacrifice to Van Halen, cultural anthropology, art + more, featuring past guests Ariel Pink, L, Dasha, Alex Lee Moyer, Yang Qi, Angelicism01, Nina Power, Jonny Negron, + more. Hosted and produced by ​Barrett Avner. ​ ​"Contain excels because of it's rare openness to experimentation, good vibes, and absence of cynical and defensive internet personas and LARPers" - Jack TPN
 
Have you ever seen a dead body? People find dead bodies everywhere, under floorboards, inside chimneys, and in their homes. They’re at crime scenes, disaster scenes and in morgues. There have been dead bodies on the red carpet, in cannibals’ dens, and even advertised in the classifieds. In this series, experienced crime and court reporter Sharnelle Vella, and veteran radio host Dee Dee Dunleavy look at where dead bodies have been found, how they got there, and most importantly, the effect on ...
 
Welcome to the Ma'am Aight Queens podcast. We're the rulers you either love or hate and each week we'll be setting the world to rights, then, from a randomly generated word we'll be finding strange stories to tell each other all whilst having a giggle and not needing alcohol to bring our special brand of madness directly to your ears. Full disclaimer there will be nsfw content and probably a strong view or two expressed. So settle in and enjoy the car crashing into a dumpster fire that is Sa ...
 
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ARDS Causes, Vaping, and ARDS (Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome) Does vaping effect oxygenation similar to tobacco products? The vaping crisis in our schools. Vaping by the numbers - deaths Vaping Illness Data from NPCC National Poison Control Centers Vaping related lung illness has a name: EVALI "E-Cigarette or Vaping product use associated Lun…
 
play_arrow Mechanical Power – Paradigm Shift in Mechanical Ventilation in ARDS Dr Swapnil Pawar Mechanical Power Blog Written by – Dr Jose Chacko Although a life-supporting intervention, mechanical ventilation is associated with its own perils. Improved gas exchange and amelioration of the work of breathing occurs at the expense of potential damage…
 
play_arrow Remdesivir & Tocilizumab in COVID-19 – Have we gone too far? Dr Swapnil Pawar Blog written by – Dr Jose Chacko & Dr Swapnil Pawar Remdesivir in COVID-19 Key problems with evidence – National task force (ANZ) Living guidelines – Consider using remdesivir for adults hospitalised with moderate to severe COVID-19 who do not require ventilati…
 
The evidence for the use of Remdesivir in COVID-19 is conflicting. Different guidelines have suggested contradictory recommendations on its use in COVID-19. Tocilizumab, although demonstrated mortality benefit in conjunction with steroids, we do not have data on its long term outcomes including quality of life. In this episode, we revisit the contr…
 
Before modern medicine, herbs were the only thing available to treat ailments. Eager to make sure this knowledge isn’t lost, the Irish Register of Herbalists tend a collection of over 200 plants at St Anne’s Physic Garden within Dublin’s St Anne’s Park. David meets some of those involved and finds out about several herbs including Rosebay willowher…
 
Another fantastic program about women in perfusion. Ann Gurecio, CCP, Stephanie Ibus, CCP, Erin Hermann, CCP, Terri Trifiletti, CCP and Linda Mongero, CCP discuss the history of women in perfusion and the influence and positive impacts women have had in the perfusion profession. Also revealed is the formula for women to advance to leadership roles …
 
There exists a phrase every perfusion student learns: "Those that have and those that will." After over 40 years of clinical practice, Joe Basha, CCP discusses some of his most memorable cases where mistakes were made and what lessons were learned that made Joe a better perfusionist.By MediWeb
 
Having a family as a healthcare provider is challenging for everyone. Perfusion and having a family has its own unique challenges. Join the discussion on how other high level perfusion professionals have balanced work and life, raising their families, lessons learned and sacrifices made.By MediWeb
 
Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. Today, I want to continue from the last quick tip where I was talking about weaning off VA ECMO and that there shouldn’t be an intra-aortic balloon pump (IABP) present. Now, continuing from that quick tip, I also want to focus. Continue Readi…
 
In this main episode podcast we discuss the conservative management of large spontaneous pneumothorax, when a pigtail chest tube with Heimlich valve is indicated, detection of persistent air leak, removal of chest tube, surgical indications for spontaneous pneumothorax, management pitfalls and more... The post Ep 158 Management of Primary Spontaneo…
 
Join Yvonne Brandenburg, RVT, VTS SAIM and Jordan Porter RVT, LVT, VTS SAIM as we talk about: We are back at it after our short break. And we are diving into talking about Cat Scratch Disease, or best known as Bartonella. Question of the Week Do you have a personal experience with Bartonella? Leave a comment at https://imfpp.org/episode91 Resources…
 
An all-star panel of experienced, traveling perfusionists discuss the commonalities and differences of various heart programs around the country and how perfusion is approached. Hear some funny stories and hear evidence that proves why perfusionists are amongst the most adaptable of all healthcare professionals.…
 
Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. Today’s tip is about ECMO weaning in intensive care, more specifically VA ECMO weaning. So there’s a difference between VA and VV ECMO. VA ECMO is for heart failure. VV ECMO is for lung failure. This particular client we’re working. Continue …
 
For full episode subscribe to the show on Patreon Contain's most requested guest, Writer, Art Columnist, and Spike New York Editor Dean Kissick comes on to discuss leaving society, identity, and the ways in which we might free ourselves from individualism. Many people have tried on all sides of the political spectrum and failed, either through new …
 
How would you behave if your partner had just been stabbed multiple times, and the police came knocking on your door? We share the police bodycam footage that captured the odd behaviour of killer Owen Pellow. In a recent episode we looked at deaths on elevators and escalators. Now we’re making sure you never leave the ground floor, looking at death…
 
I asked Meaghan to tell me a little about herself and this is what she said: “I teach small business owners how to set up, clean up and keep up their own books. Quickly and Easily. I take the fear OUT of finances and teach you how to know your own numbers. I make other accountants and CPAs jobs easier. And most importantly, I will educate and empow…
 
Join David as he finds out what plants are best adapted to dealing with drought. Among them, the daylily, which Maurice Parkinson believes should be more popular in the UK and Ireland. How to transform a steep and uninviting bank; David visits Randalstown where local volunteers have transformed an old railway embankment into a thing of beauty. Also…
 
Why transport ECMO Patients Who Transport ECMO Patients - Transfering center - receiving center - agreements between centers Methods of transporting Devices in transporting Advantages and controversies. Why transport ECMO patients? Management of patients: - Cardiovascular system - Hemodynamics - Ventilator management - Sedation and pain control - T…
 
Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. Today’s tip is about the importance of the specialist care team when you have a loved one in intensive care. Now you might be wondering, what am I even talking about? You might be saying, “Oh, isn’t the intensive care. Continue Reading » The …
 
Where is the seat of the soul? Historical and contemporary beliefs are explored. Is it the heart, the brain, or somewhere else? The microcirculation? Philosophical concepts are explored by a highly intelligent and diverse panel. Quandaries are explored, ie: If the seat of the soul is the heart, whose soul exists in the heart transplant recipient?…
 
Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. So currently we are working with a client who has their 58-year old husband/father in intensive care after a cardiac arrest and a hypoxic brain injury. The client has been in ICU now for about 10 days. The ICU team as usual. Continue Reading …
 
Case studies in the use of the AngioVac catheter system for the removal of unwanted intravascular material. Cases include IVC/Ileo thrombus, occluded IVC filter, Tricuspid vegetation, and infected centra catheter lines with thrombus. Also explored is the future potential uses of the AngioVac catheter and also in providing supplemental ECMO support …
 
What is going on with music? We ask elder statesmen artist/musician Luke Calzonetti (Run Dust/Child Abuse) and Drag City artist/musician/writer Mike Donovan (Sic Alps/Peacers) on a seasoned perspective on how we might now perceive music (now?) and how mystery music and the underground became anachronistic, getting into painting and writing etc. Mik…
 
Gino is a very close friend of mine and my Disney World Buddy (yes, that's a thing). He also owns and operates several home services businesses in South Florida. You can get in contact with Gino by emailing him at domeenterprise@gmail.com Get your tickets to The Huge Convention by visiting www.thehugeconvention.com Don't forget to get your JNE excl…
 
David Maxwell and experts Averil Milligan and Neil Porteous offer sage advice on how to make the most of your summer garden. David takes a trip to an exotic oasis in East Belfast that's brimming with colour and texture and has become a real talking point for residents of the area. Averil Milligan takes David on a tour of her dry garden, and Mary Do…
 
Ventilated ED patients may be at high risk for awareness with paralysis, thereby increasing the risk of long-term psychological sequelae. In this podcast, we discuss the results of the recently published ED-AWARENESS Study and its implications for managing the ventilated ED patient. Download Companion HandoutDownload…
 
Dr. Keshen Mathura discusses the MicroVision microvascular scanner and discusses and demonstrates how this tool to visualize the microcirculation can be used in the cardiac and critical care units to evaluate the health of the critical care patients microcirculation.By MediWeb
 
John Warrillow is the founder of The Value Builder System, a company that helps business owners improve the value of their company. John is the author of the bestselling book Built to Sell: Creating a Business That Can Thrive Without You, which was recognized by both Fortune and Inc Magazine as one of the best business books of 2011. Built to Sell …
 
A lighthearted, but highly informative discussion about dealing with difficult surgeons, and even difficult colleagues and other team members. Learn from a panel with over 100 years of collective experience. This program will help you in how to manage those high-maintenance personalities and situations.…
 
Every day we market ourselves. Perfusion is a very unique profession, based on the fact that we are a very small fraternity. There are fewer practicing perfusionists than there are heart surgeons and we cover hearts, cath lab, interventional radiology, ED, and critical care. Great discussion about what is considered important to position yourself f…
 
Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. Today’s tip is about advanced care plans in intensive care, and also the absence of an advanced care plan and how you need to use either for your advantage or for your critically loved one’s advantage. So let’s just quickly. Continue Reading …
 
play_arrow Stopping Nasogastric feeds in ICU – Time for a CHANGE Dr Swapnil Pawar Malnutrition in critically ill patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) has been associated with increased infectious morbidity, increased length of ICU and hospital stay, increased rate of infections, increased number of ventilator days, and impaired wound healing. …
 
No standard protocol exists to decrease or eliminate preoperative fasting times for adult ICU patients with cuffed endotracheal tubes; however, multiple intensive care units across the globe have implemented their own protocols with adjusted times for the intubated patient. This has led to significant variability in practices along with potential h…
 
In this month's EM Quick Hits podcast: Arun Sayal on the nuances of assessment for scaphoid fractures, Justin Morgenstern on the evidence for therapeutic hypothermia post-arrest and the TTM2 trial, Sarah Reid on HEADS-ED mental health screening tool for children, youth and young adults, Andrew Petrosoniak on pelvic trauma and pelvic binder tips and…
 
Join Yvonne Brandenburg, RVT, VTS SAIM and Jordan Porter RVT, LVT, VTS SAIM as we talk about: We are discussing more bacteria. Mycoplasma is in the works this week. With special guests from Jordan’s puppies! Unintentionally of course, but they were very excited to talk about this infection that is more common in cats than dogs. Question of the Week…
 
Are a lot of people going to die? We ask ex-model, conspiracy theorist, and organic health guru Troy Casey the serious questions (what should you do in order to stop snorting ketamine) and he offers some serious solutions (take a baths in a tub of ice, eat bull testicles). On the death question, he discusses survival tactics and lays out the prophe…
 
The pandemic may have confined many to their homes for months but it also forced some young gardeners to connect on social media. This week on Gardeners’ Corner, David Maxwell meets 27 year old Philip Stewart who has transformed his garden in county Londonderry and is documenting it all on social media. Anthea Forde is getting grips with the plant …
 
Intensivist, Juan Carlos Zubieta, MD discusses common electrolyte disturbances seen in the critical care unit patient and how to address these for improved patient outcomes. Dr. Zubieta discusses how to calculate correction dosing to achieve electrolyte homeostasis and why this is important.By MediWeb
 
Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. So today I want to answer a quick question from Tina and read out her question and then the tip will follow. Hi Patrik, My dad is a five-year glioblastoma brain tumor survivor. On May the 18th, he was airlifted. Continue Reading » The post Qu…
 
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