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Welcome to your allergy lifeline..."The Allergist." A show that separates myth from medicine. Every episode of The Allergist is designed for YOU – the medical professional aiming to stay on the cutting edge of allergy care. We'll clarify, correct, and, most importantly, contextualize the latest evidence.
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Food Allergy and Your Kiddo

Alice Hoyt, MD, and Pam Lestage, MBA

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If your kiddo has a food allergy, then this is the podcast for you. Join food allergy experts - board-certified allergist Dr. Alice Hoyt, MD, FAAAAI, and food allergy mama Pam Lestage, MBA - as they dive into all things food allergy. Hear interviews with world-renown allergists as well as food allergy advocates and food allergy families, just like yours. This podcast will answer many of your food allergy questions and provide you with strategies to make your life and your family's life ones ...
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EMCrit FOAM Feed

Scott D. Weingart, MD FCCM

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Help me fill in the blanks of the practice of ED Critical Care. In this podcast, we discuss all things related to the crashing, critically ill patient in the Emergency Department. Find the show notes at emcrit.org.
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Food Allergy Talk

Lisa Horne of Food Allergy P.I.

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Food Allergy Talk is hosted by Lisa Horne of Food Allergy P.I. Lisa discusses food allergy related topics with professionals, individuals with food allergies, advocates, and others in the community. Topics include food allergy safety, diagnosis, mental health, legislation, advocacy, dating, travel, dining out, support, cooking, baking, nutrition, and more. If you’re living it or have a question about it, we are talking about it. Lisa is a veteran food allergy mom of a teen with anaphylactic ...
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Young & Healthy

Cincinnati Children’s

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Cincinnati Children’s Young & Healthy features thoughts and perspectives from kids health experts, patients, families – and even kids! – on all things pediatric health. Join us for lively conversations about current health topics and issues that affect children today. This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only.
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The weekly Love Your Liver livestream hits on important topics and revelations while including weekly Q&A’s. The one and only Dr. Garrett Smith--The Nutrition Detective--goes live every Friday morning at 8 am Arizona time (MST) on YouTube. Find past episodes here, and don't forget to like and subscribe and Invite Your Friends & Family! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nutritiondetective/support
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This podcast is designed to have engaging and inspirational conversations with some of the worlds leading experts in or relating to pre-hospital care. We hope you take a lot from the conversations both from a technical and non-technical perspective. Please rate and review the show as feedback helps ensure that the best information gets back to you throughout the project.
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Hosted by paramedic Zach Cantor, "Critical Levels" is a new podcast dedicated to having critical conversations in paramedicine. "Critical Levels" is a podcast for paramedics, by paramedics, with a Canadian and local bias. Please visit our website - http://www.criticallevels.ca - for more information Please email us at info@criticallevels.ca for any suggestions/feedback/comments Follow us on Twitter: @criticalevels
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Tune in for the ESAIC's Education Tuesday Podcast Series as we talk about various knowledge-building topics covering Anaesthesia, Intensive Care, Pain, Emergency and Perioperative Medicine, COVID-19, Patient Safety and more. The European Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care (ESAIC) is the leading society for education, research, and science. Take your career to the next level and help improve patient care everywhere by participating in our Education Tuesday series and beyond. You ca ...
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The Elective Rotation - the number 1 ranked Hospital Pharmacy podcast - is created for YOU Pharmacy Nation! If you are a Pharmacy Student, Resident, Pharmacist, Nurse, Physician, or Critical Care Practitioner in a hospital, intensive care unit (ICU) or emergency department looking to improve your practice, The Elective Rotation delivers unbiased critical care and hospital pharmacy content from a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. Episodes are published every Monday and Thursday at 3 ...
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The Womb Room Podcast is is a place to learn how to care for your physical, emotional and spiritual womb -- at all stages of your life. Join female health practitioner and clinical herbalist Qiddist Ashé each week as we dive into topics of radical health & healing education, stories, and tangible strategies to support you in stepping into your womb sovereignty.
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Australian Anaesthesia

Australian Society of Anaesthetists

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The Australian Society of Anaesthetists (ASA) was formed in 1934 as a not-for-profit member organisation dedicated to supporting and connecting anaesthetists in Australia. Join Dr Suzi Nou as she talks about all things relevant to anaesthesia in Australia with experts, peers and members of the ASA. These conversations serve to inform, challenge and inspire you to be the best and safest throughout your career. Send your ideas and feedback to podcast@asa.org.au
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Hi and welcome to the STAT Dose podcast page. STAT Dose is an educational podcast for medical/allied health students and practising clinicians that aims to provide an informal discussion on pertinent medical topics.
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Just Allergy Things

Just Allergy Things

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We are a teen-led podcast with all the information you need to know about food allergies. Our mission at Just Allergy Things is to share our experience with food allergies and give advice, comfort, and support to those who have food allergies or those who want to learn more about the cause.
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Wilderness Medicine Podcast

Wilderness Medical Society

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Stay current with new and noteworthy cutting-edge topics in wilderness medicine and adventure through the Wilderness Medicine Podcast, the official podcast of the Wilderness Medical Society. You won’t want to miss our engaging approach to discussing current articles from the Wilderness & Environmental Medicine journal and highlighting adventures, programs, and other research related to this exciting field.
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Join Drs. Peter Antevy, Mark Piehl and David Spiro as they present Reel Emergency, an interactive vodcast discussing the latest data and best practices in emergency and critical care medicine. Cases are illustrated by actual patient video. These three leaders in the pediatric field will use their experience to cover the spectrum of care from out-of-hospital, to the ED to the ICU. This podcast is produced in partnership with Handtevy, Reel Dx, and 410 Medical, and is powered by Prodigy EMS. E ...
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The EMOttawa Podcast is presented by the Department of Emergency at uOttawa. We want to enhance knowledge dissemination of topics relevant to EM providers working in any practice environment. Listen to our engaging hosts talk with guest experts on a wide breadth of EM and Critical Care topics. This podcast will be sure to influence your practice!" Original music for the EMOttawa Podcast provided by Eusang.
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The Fine Line

Backcountry Zero

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The Fine Line is a podcast that tells real stories of adventure, risk and rescue in the backcountry of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The podcast is produced by Backcountry Zero, a vision of the Teton County Search and Rescue Foundation to reduce fatalities in the backcountry.
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What happens to your body during an allergic reaction? Two leading paediatric allergists and researchers, Professor Katie Allen and Professor Mimi Tang from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute break down in detail the diagnosis, management, prevention, and cure of allergies, as well as the facts and myths about intolerances and treating other diseases like asthma and eczema. For more episodes download the free LiSTNR app
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This podcast is created to share the webinars hosted by National Institutes of Health (NIH), Ministry of Health, Malaysia with the aim to provide clinicians with the clinical updates in COVID-19 and for medical professionals to share their experience in their work related to COVID-19. This podcast intended to share within healthcare professionals. Further information and slides presentation in the webinars are available at NIH COVID-19 website (http://www.nih.gov.my/covid-19/) and blog (http ...
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Tanner Talk shares topics of interest for our patients from physicians at Tanner Clinic. (Note: These podcasts are intended for informational purposes only and should not be considered a substitute for professional medical advice. Always consult a qualified healthcare provider for individualized diagnosis and treatment.) Website - https://tannerclinic.com/ Phone Number - (801) 773-4840 ------------------------------SOCIAL------------------------------ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/tann ...
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode899. In this episode, I’ll discuss why glucocorticoids have no role in reversing the acute symptoms of anaphylaxis. The post 899: Glucocorticoids Have No Role Reversing the Acute Symptoms of Anaphylaxis. Here’s Why: appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.By Pharmacy Joe
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FREE course: The Madness of Modern Nutrition. http://madnessofmodernnutrition.comTimestamps: 5:35 Studies: — Anaphylaxis - Mayo Clinic — Anaphylaxis - StatPearls - NCBI Bookshelf — Likelihood of Child Outgrowing Food Allergy Depends of Type, Severity of Allergy - Mayo Clinic — A role for the hepatobiliary system in IgE‐mediated intestinal inflammat…
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In this conversation, we speak with Australian emergency physician Dr. Ben Mckenzie. Ben has developed the AMAx4 algorithm as a streamlined approach to recognising and treating anaphylaxis after the tragic death of his 15-year-old son Max Mckenzie. Ben has helped standardise best practices for this life-threatening emergency. Promptly following the…
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This is the third and final installment of the chat I had with Immediate Past Chair of the Australian New Zealand Anaesthetic Allergy Group (ANZAAG), Dr Richard Scolaro. We discuss pholcodine and some myths about the management of anaphylaxis. In part 1 and 2 we discuss anaesthetic anaphylaxis testing and penicillin and cephalosporin cross reactivi…
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Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) have similar acronyms, but the two gastrointestinal issues are very different. On today’s episode of Young & Healthy, Dr. Danny Mallon and Dr. Temara Hajjat, pediatric gastroenterologists at Cincinnati Children’s, dive into conversation that explores the differences between IBS and…
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On this month’s episode, we’re joined by Dr. Louisa Marion-Bellemare to discuss Suboxone (buprenorphine/naloxone) and managing patients who use illicit and controlled drugs. During the episode, you’ll hear us cover: history of the drug crisis lay of the land of the current drug crisis historical treatments opiate pharmacology healthcare utilization…
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode900. In this episode, I’ll discuss uisng fixed-dose PCC for warfarin reversal. The post Episode 900: The Benefits of Using Fixed-Dose Prothrombin Complex Concentrate for the Emergent Reversal of Vitamin K Antagonists appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.By Pharmacy Joe
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Take back control of your health by using the information in my FREE course: The Madness of Modern Nutrition.Get the course here for FREE by clicking here!: http://madnessofmodernnutrition.comTimestamps to be added laterMore from Dr. Smith:Love Your Liver Program: https://members.nutritiondetective.comMadness of Modern Nutrition: http://madnessofmo…
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Anand Swaminathan on an update on the appropriate selection of induction agents. Hans Rosenberg on when to use gabapentinoids for pain control in the ED. Katie Lin on pearls for neuroprotective intubation. Nour Khatib and Hamza Jalal on an approach to paresthesias in the ED. Eric Wortmann on preventing burnout in emergency medicine. Please support …
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In this conversation, we will unpack the International Journal of Paramedicine and the original vision for the journal. We willalso look at the reach of the journal and the different sections of the journal yet to launch. We also examine the interaction with the journal as it looks to create discussion and research ideas and how people can get invo…
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In this 276th episode I welcome pediatric anesthesiologist Dr. rita Saynhalath to the show to discuss how to manage kids presenting for surgery with a recent URI. We discuss the evidence for proceeding versus postponing, whether the type of virus matters, and how to handle COVID infections. Our Sponsors: * Check out Factor 75 and use my code accrac…
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In this episode of the Survival Medicine Podcast, Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy discuss hard realities regarding survival situations, and how the family medic needs a mindset adjustment to be effective in that role. Also, Dr. Joe Alton talks about cold-related extremities injuries like frostbite and immersion (trench) foot. Amy Alton, NP, discuss what yo…
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode898. In this episode, I’ll discuss the impact of giving epinephrine before defibrillation to in-hospital cardiac arrest (IHCA) patients with shockable rhythms. The post 898: Knowing When Non-Medication Therapies Are First-Line Is Critical appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.…
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode897. In this episode, I’ll discuss whether ICU patients benefit from daily QTc interval monitoring during antipsychotic use for delirium. The post 897: Is It Necessary To Monitor QTc of ICU Patients Receiving Antipsychotics for Delirium? appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.…
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In this episode we are speaking with London HEMS Paramedic Keiren Rodwell. We dig into Keiren's background from working as a paramedic student in New South Wales, to working for the London Ambulance Service LAS in north east London. Keiren joined London Ambulance Service straight out of university in February 2018. We speak about the death of two o…
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Happy 90th birthday to the Australian Society of Anaesthetists! In this episode, I try my hand at being a historian. We revisit the discovery of modern anaesthetic agents and have a peak into the Ether Dome. Dr William Morton is widely credited as being the discoverer of modern anaesthesia, but did he work alone or with others? You may have heard o…
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“People think leadership has to be a loud person standing in front of everybody, declaring themselves the leader. Leadership isn't a dictatorship. Leadership is not always that loud person.” -- Dr. Zainab Abdurrahman On this episode of "The Allergist," we explore what leadership in medicine actually means with Dr. Zainab Abdurrahman, an accomplishe…
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Navigating the world of social media as a parent with a teenager can be challenging. Are they spending too much time on specific platforms? Is social media contributing to feelings of anxiety and depression they may be experiencing? On today’s episode of Young & Healthy, Dr. Suzanne Sampang and Dr. Brian Kurtz, both pediatric psychiatrists, help us…
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode896. In this episode, I’ll discuss the effect of unnecessary long-term continuation of newly initiated stress ulcer prophylaxis in the ICU on morbidity and mortality after hospital discharge. The post Episode 896: Just How Bad Are PPIs When Continued Post-ICU Stay Without Indication? appeared first on Pharmacy J…
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Take back control of your health by using the information in my FREE course: The Madness of Modern Nutrition.Get the course here for FREE by clicking here!: http://madnessofmodernnutrition.comTimestamps: 4:04 Supplements, vitamin B9 (folate; folic acid vs folinic acid), flush niacin / nicotinic acid (B3), buffer / buffering, side effects (such as i…
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In order fix EM, each of us needs to understand systems issues and systems thinking, and advocate for a better system based on sound systems principles and specific solutions. In this main episode EM Cases podcast Anton is joined by Dr. Alecs Chochinov and Dr. Davie Petrie, two systems thinkers and leaders in EM. They discuss solutions for how to f…
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Have you ever posted a food allergy question on social? Don't miss this episode in which Pam poses real food allergy questions from social media to Dr. Hoyt! What's your food allergy question? Join our FREE newsletter to ask YOUR questions! Looking for one-on-one time with a food allergist to finally get your food allergy questions answered? Sign u…
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What is the actual definition of the ICU readmission? Which are the rates and the main reasons behind readmissions of previously discharged patients? In this episode, our Host, Dr Yael Lichter, discuss challenging dogmas in ICU readmission with Ms. Jillian Hartin and Mr. John Welch, experts in the field. Join their discussion and learn more about t…
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode895. In this episode, I’ll discuss why glucagon is not recommended in the calcium channel blocker poisoning guidelines. The post 895: Why is glucagon not recommended in the calcium channel blocker poisoning guidelines? appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.By Pharmacy Joe
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In this conversation we will examine the current stateof play within UK military medicine, the demographics of modern military capability; that of deployable role 1, 2 and 3 hospitals within the field. We will also examine the lessons learnt from recent conflicts and how they might inform the military medicine of the future. We look at analogues of…
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In this 275th episode I welcome Chef Myles Snider to the show to discuss how busy professionals can cook tasty, healthy meals for themselves and their families. Our Sponsors: * Check out Factor 75 and use my code accrac50 for a great deal: https://www.factor75.com Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcir…
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Alexandria Rema Saleem is a first generation Palestinian-American creatrix. (She's also a dear friend, Womb Room member, and mother of twins!) Her creative work activates from a place of multidimensional healing, to serve as a conduit of ancestral knowledge, collective consciousness, and communal desire. She works between the land, as a regenerativ…
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode894. In this episode, I’ll discuss how correction of hypokalemia in a hyponatremic patient makes inadvertent overcorrection of hyponatremia more likely. The post 894: Correction of hypokalemia in a hyponatremic patient makes inadvertent overcorrection of hyponatremia more likely appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.…
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The Madness of Modern Nutrition FREE course: http://madnessofmodernnutrition.com Timestamps: 11:22 Studies: — Impact of bilirubin-induced neurologic dysfunction on neurodevelopmental outcomes — The clinical syndrome of bilirubin-induced neurologic dysfunction — Bilirubin Induced Encephalopathy — Bilirubin-induced neurotoxicity and visuocortical dys…
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Take a deep dive into the world of oral immunotherapy with Dr. Alice Hoyt, a trusted board-certified allergist and mother, and Pam Lestage, a devoted mom navigating food allergies. They break down the essentials of OIT — from understanding what it is to exploring the risks and benefits. Whether you're an OIT skeptic or enthusiastic supporter, this …
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“We don't do any fresh food skin testing because they have not been validated. And we know, if we put food on skin, we may well get a positive test, but we have no idea how to interpret that. And I think that's really important.” -- Dr. Douglas Mack On this episode of "The Allergist," we're climbing the food ladder with Dr. Douglas Mack, a pediatri…
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Prof. Jennifer Hunter has a wealth of clinical and academic experience. Her long and eventful career has given her a rightful place as a leading figure in Anaesthesiology. She was the first woman to become Editor-in-Chief of the British Journal of Anaesthesia and Chair of the European Society of Anaesthesiology Scientific Programme Committee. She w…
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode893. In this episode, I’ll discuss adding fludrocortisone to hydrocortisone to treat patients with septic shock. The post 893: Should Fludrocortisone Always Be Added to Hydrocortisone in Patients With Septic Shock? appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.By Pharmacy Joe
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This week on the Young & Healthy podcast, we’re talking about bedwetting. It’s more common than you think, and we know it is hard for kids and parents alike. Dr. Bob DeFoor, a pediatric urologist, joins us to shed some light on the causes of bedwetting and how to distinguish between typical nighttime accidents and an issue that needs attention. Lis…
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The Madness of Modern Nutrition: http://madnessofmodernnutrition.comTimestamps: 5:37 Studies: — Gout & vitamin A intoxication — Hypervitaminosis A toxicity & gout — Isotretinoin use for acne vulgaris is associated with increased serum uric acid levels — Acute severe gouty arthritis secondary to isotretinoin toxicity in a young male — Independent as…
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On this month's episode, we chat with Matt Smith about wilderness medicine. As we shift from a high resource to a low resource setting, there are 3 main concepts to consider: - Ideal to real - High risk to low risk - Stable to unstable These concepts are important as we shift our practice and prepare ourselves. For this patient context, we need to …
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