Best Anesthesiology podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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David Rosenblum, MD, creator of AnesthesiaExam.com and ABAstagedExam.com discusses anesthesiology board prep and issues relevant to anesthesiologists.
 
A dive into some of the amazing discoveries and innovations we often hear about but never seem to touch our lives. We examine what it takes to turn them into actual things. Sponsored and produced by UNeMed, the technology transfer and commercialization office for the University of Nebraska Medical Center and the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
 
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Radio Rounds
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Radio Rounds is a free podcast series for healthcare professionals featuring Washington University pediatric specialists. Each 10-minute podcast focuses on topics relevant to pediatricians and health care providers caring for children.
 
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Success in Medicine
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The SIM podcast is dedicated to helping students, residents, and physicians achieve success in medicine. With interviews and a review of research in different areas, including career advancement, financial success, and well-being, as well as clinical and non-clinical careers in medicine, Drs. Samir Desai and Rajani Katta present evidence-based advice and a range of insider perspectives.
 
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Specialty Stories
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Specialty Stories is a podcast to help premed and medical students choose a career. What would you do if you started your career and realized that it wasn't what you expected? Specialty Stories will talk to physicians and residency program directors from every specialty to help you make the most informed decision possible. Check out our others shows at MededMedia.com
 
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Mary Fournier, MD, MPH, discusses the current state of STDs and birth control in the millennial generation. She shares what has changed, any new methods available and how pediatricians can help frame this conversation for parents and patients.
 
Dr. Rosenblum reviews CMS documents relating to Telehealth. To see the document, go to AnesthesiaExam
 
Are your lazy houseplants judging you? Put them to work! When your ficus tree turns purple, you’ll know you have a deadly radon leak. The University of Tennessee is working on plants capable of sensing changes in the environment and alerting their human caretakers. And it’s Tyler’s favorite way to beat seasonal affective disorder: life-affirmin ...…
 
Live! From the llama pit at the Wylie Park Zoo in beautiful Aberdeen, South Dakota, (in spirit) the Overground crew explains why the flu vaccine only works 30% of the time. Tyler explains how sneaky the flu really is, how a new invention from the University of South Dakota may make a better vaccine and why llama’s don’t get the flu, but if they ...…
 
Dr. Rosenblum and Dr. Schwartz Discuss ASRA, NANS as well as depositions and handling the patient on high dose opiates. Please Review our Podcast in iTunes and Share with your Colleagues iPhone and Android
 
St. Louis Children's Hospital recently welcomed a new president. Tune in to learn more about Dr. Mark Shen and his goals for the hospital system.
 
Journal Club. MILD vs. LESI in Lumbar Spinal Stenosis AnesthesiaExam Podcast App For iPhone and Android
 
Dr. Rosenblum and Dr. Benett Discuss Getting accepted to pain fellowship as an Anesthesia Resident Preparing for pain fellowship How many procedures should we let the residents do? How long should a pain fellowship be? What type of pain job should I take? Pain? Anesthesia? or Combined?
 
Dr. Rosenblum Reviews Discography and Discogenic Pain
 
Happy birthday Bayh-Dole! The Overground crew celebrates the law that created university technology transfer and closes out 2018 with hard hitting questions: Why are we so fat? Can technology change our daily behavior? When do the things we do become our legacies? Is that robot inside you doing surgery? Thank you to everyone who listened in Ove ...…
 
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, influenza is the most frequent cause of death in the United States from a vaccine-preventable disease. The 2017-18 influenza season was an intense one, with 172 pediatric deaths recorded. David Hunstad, MD discusses what we know about the current state of this year's flu season, and w ...…
 
The obvious common thread between batteries and English muffins is, of course, contact lenses. An unusually high-energy Joe unravels that mystery after whining about battery chemistry and how it basically remains unchanged from Thomas Edison's ideas more than 100 years ago. The crew discusses Innovative power storage technologies await us in th ...…
 
Narcissistic, Borderline, Sadistic? Take your pick.
 
We live in a brief moment where bacterial infections do not routinely kill people...which is coming to a close. Each day, the medicines we use to treat bacterial infection are getting a little less effective and there are not enough new drugs coming to market. The Overground crew discuss a technology that uses viruses to kill bacterial infectio ...…
 
Dr. Rosenblum reviews the latest on neuropathic pain definition and treatment guidelines
 
The Overground takes a moment to discuss an example of what Universities should aspire to: Creating actual things that touch people’s lives. Jonathan Vennerstrom, Ph.D., invented a new formulation for malaria drugs that will dramatically improve access to medicines…prevent the world's leading cause of death for children. Featured Technology: An ...…
 
Dr. Rosenblum Summarizes Effect of Opioid vs Nonopioid Medications on Pain-Related Function in Patients With Chronic Back Pain or Hip or Knee Osteoarthritis Pain
 
Session 78 Dr. Alex Voldman is an osteopathic (DO) physician who specializes in Ophthalmology as a cornea and cataract surgeon. Check out our latest episode to learn more. Also, check out all our other podcasts on MedEd Media Network. Please help us find a guest here on the podcast. Send me an email at ryan@medicalschoolhq.net. [01:35] Interest ...…
 
Terra Blatnik, MD, discusses Severs Disease treatment options and when to refer to pediatric sports medicine at St. Louis Children’s Hospital.
 
Katherine Rivera, MD, discusses what's new in the Asthma treatment pipeline, her recent clinical trials, why pediatricians listening could really benefit from this study and why they should refer a patient with Asthma to St. Louis Children's Hospital.
 
Kathleen Simpson, MD discusses why the Fontan Clinic at St. Louis Children’s Hospital was established, what a referring provider can expect from the Fontan Clinic team and she offers hope and support for patients after Fontan Procedure.
 
A great invention can come from anywhere, and sometimes not on purpose. As the wise and powerful Bob Ross once said: “There are no mistakes in this world, only happy accidents.” The Overground crew uses a variety of inspirational quotes—spolier: “Anyone can cook!”— to address how inventors often back into their best inventions; and how the best ...…
 
Dr. Rosenblum discusses recent in advances in Neuromodulation. AnesthesiaExam Podcast App For iPhone and Android DISCLAIMER: Doctor Rosenblum IS HERE SOLELY TO EDUCATE, AND YOU ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL YOUR DECISIONS AND ACTIONS IN RESPONSE TO ANY INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN. This podcasts is not intended as a substitute for the medical ...…
 
Dr. Rosenblum describes a study in which the Combo-Tube is compared with the LMA, and the vitals after insertion are compared.
 
The internet has made education a little weird. Barriers of distance and resources are crumbling around us. So, if anyone can learn to be a mechanic or a therapist or a surgeon, then how do you know who to trust? The Overground crew discusses E-learning and how the internet is dragging the University of Nebraska into the 21st century. Featured ...…
 
Christina Gurnett, MD, PhD discuses the recent outbreak of acute flaccid myelitis and when a pediatrician should refer to the specialists at St. Louis Children's Hospital for this rare but serious condition.
 
Pelvic Pain and the Pudendal Neuralgia and whether or not to give steroids .
 
Most children with congenital heart disease grow up to live active, healthy lives. It is important for these children to receive appropriate follow-up care throughout childhood to watch for signs of developmental issues. Christopher D. Smyser, MD and Caroline Lee, MD, discuss the Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Clinic at the St. Louis Children’s and ...…
 
The Overground welcomes its first-ever guest: Dr. Michael Dixon. He tells the tale of Creatine Ethyl Ester—an actual thing, actually produced in Nebraska that you can buy from a store shelf...today. Yay! Michael tells how the University had to use its intellectual property to ensure knock-offs and unsafe products were removed from the market. F ...…
 
Dr. Rosenblum discusses HIV and Pain
 
Jennifer Sprague, MD, PhD, discusses the evaluation and treatment for Turner Syndrome and the Turner's Clinic at the St. Louis Children's Hospital Specialty Care Center.
 
When they asked you when Innovation Overground finally figured itself out you tell them, "Episode 14." The Overground crew uses its newfound charisma and chemistry to dissect Charlie’s beef with his brother’s boss... with a rollicking discussion of inventorship and authorship. This is the first episode of a brand-new era. Oh, and that’s right, ...…
 
Ever been lied to about NPO, or "Emergent Surgeries?" Dr. Rosenblum gets personal with and explains how to sift through the bullshit Also, why Fidel Castro played an integral part in your Board Preparation and more!
 
Mark Rallo, OD, discusses early detection and treatment of Progressive Myopia and when it is important that a pediatrician refer to a specialist.
 
The market wants what the market wants. The trick to picking winners from losers in technology transfer is to let the market pick them for you. The Overground crew discuss the surprising results of selling inventions – even the ones that don’t seem sell-able. Featured Technology: Hemodialysis Catheter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVc4oqR39h ...…
 
In this panel discussion, Barbara Warner, MD, and Jason Newland, MD, discuss antibiotic resistance and use in the NICU. They explain the state of antibiotic resistance and how doctors are monitoring the use of antibiotics to treat premature infants.
 
Fail, fail, fail, fail... fail. Maybe failure is too harsh of a term. The Overground crew discuss what startups learn in failure: relationships, strategy and how to do it better the next time. Featured Technology: UNETECH: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVhs9Niz5X0 Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler Scherr (@dare2scherr); Joe Runge ...…
 
Biomechanics is the next big thing. Skeptical? How about using biomechanics to make affordable 3D-printed prosthetics for children. Or what about using biomechanics to revolutionize the world’s fifth leading cause of death. Still skeptical? Fine. We also have an exploding shoe. Featured Technology: 3D printed prosthetics https://www.unemed.com/ ...…
 
Dr. Rosenblum comments on literature on line and from a major billing company regarding the ABN AnesthesiaExam 12 Month 20% Off- Enter 12MONAE at checkout! AnesthesiaExam Podcast App For iPhone and Android DISCLAIMER: Doctor Rosenblum IS HERE SOLELY TO EDUCATE, AND YOU ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL YOUR DECISIONS AND ACTIONS IN RESPONSE TO ANY ...…
 
Children with somatic symptom disorder worry excessively about physical symptoms that are fairly routine — headaches, stomachaches, nausea or fatigue -- which they interpret as signs of serious illness. The disorder presents conditions in which individuals experience physical symptoms that are not fully explained by the presence of a general me ...…
 
Todd Druley, MD, PhD, discusses the latest research underway to tailor therapies for Acute Myeloid Leukemia, and how advancements and innovations in treatment have lead to the Hyundai Hope on Wheels Quantum Award.
 
It turns out the most precious invention is you – but someone already thought of it. The Overground crew glove up and peel apart the icky issues: gene patents, personalized medicine and Michael Crichton. Featured Technology: https://www.unemed.com/news/startup-will-develop-blood-test-unstable-coronary-artery-disease Hosts: Charlie Litton (@char ...…
 
Dr. Rosenblum reviews a PainWeek Article New Podcast- Adverse Drug Reactions in the Elderly 2019 PainExam.com Discount Enter 12MONPE 2019 AnesthesiaExam Discount Enter 12MONAE AnesthesiaExam Podcast App For iPhone and Android Now Videos on AnesthesiaExam.com
 
Ideas are great, but sometimes the best inventions happen when you lock the right people in a windowless room for a few hours. The Overground crew discusses what happens when curated relationships help open doors to new collaborations and previously unknown opportunities...including a new test for coronary artery disease. Featured Technology: M ...…
 
Session 77 Dr. Janani Krishnaswami talks about Academic Preventive Medicine including what drew her to it, and what she likes and doesn't like about prev med. Janani is a preventive medicine physician in University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley. To learn more about preventive medicine, check out all the available resources at the American College ...…
 
Innovation is made of little, broken plastic parts. The Overground crew discuss Joe’s favorite thing: the long game of commercializing university inventions. Joe then recounts the story of the Intuitool, an innovative articulating laparoscopic surgical tool. Featured Technology: Intuitool laparascopic device (News, "UNMC, UNL develop unique sur ...…
 
The best ideas often come from...somewhere else. The Overground crew discuss how good inventions become great through better collaboration. Joe tells the story of Avert, a startup that simplifies biomechanics to better detect and manage concussions. Featured Technology: Avert: http://getavert.com/ Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler S ...…
 
Working closely with referring physicians and other specialists at St. Louis Children's Hospital, the specialists with the Program in Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology are able to address the special gynecologic needs of children and adolescents. Holly Hoefgen, MD, Washington University pediatric and adolescent gynecologist at St. Louis Child ...…
 
We know science is hard but, man, science is hard. Tyler discusses the difficulty of reproducing results, especially in biological research. Joe dishes on a technology that is reliably reproducible in multiple labs...and why that’s sometimes still not enough. Featured Technology: Antimicrobial Peptides: https://www.unemed.com/product/antimicrob ...…
 
Session 76 This week, we're joined by Allison who has previously shared her story of burnout. We discuss burnout as well as the birth of MedDiaries - our newest project to help with this. This episode is actually taken from The Premed Years Podcast since we're announcing this new project that will greatly impact premed students, medical student ...…
 
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