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Endoscopy Insights is a podcast devoted to conversations with thought leaders in flexible and single-use endoscopy. In each episode we’ll explore the ways different clinical and technological innovations are moving the field of endoscopy forward. Endoscopy Insights is brought to you by Single-Use Endoscopy, part of the Ambu Learning Center. Ambu has been bringing healthcare solutions of the future to life since 1937.
 
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CHEST December 2021, Volume 160, Issue 6 Lisa K. Moores, MD, joins CHEST Podcast Moderator Gretchen Winter, MD, to discuss the the latest antithrombotic therapy recommendations for for VTE disease. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2021.07.055 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2021.07.056By American College of Chest Physicians
 
CHEST December 2021, Volume 160, Issue 6 Gerard A. Silvestri, MD, FCCP, and Adam H. Fox, MD, join CHEST Podcast Moderator Dominique Pepper, MD, to discuss the current knowledge and practice of pulmonologists regarding biomarker testing and targeted therapies in advanced non-small cell lung cancer. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2020.08.1323…
 
Hospitals that perform bronchoscopies can reduce readmission rates by over half, and potentially lower costs, by adopting single-use flexible bronchoscopes. That’s according to a new abstract that was submitted and presented at the recently completed CHEST 2021 annual meeting. The study examined the health outcomes of more than 14,000 patients who …
 
Welcome back to the tasty morsels of critical care podcast. Usually the topics here follow the well trodden path of Oh’s manual, but we’re looking at something primarily because it is an ideal question for a fellowship exam. In this type of scenario you will almost be guaranteed to find that Deranged Physiology has already covered it comprehensivel…
 
CHEST December 2021, Volume 160, Issue 6 Daniel G. Fein, MD, and Nathan M. Meier, MD, join CHEST Podcast Moderator Dominique Pepper, MD, to discuss patients with COVID-19 requiring emergency endotracheal intubation and how the procedural techniques, the incidence of first pass success, and the complications associated with the procedure compare wit…
 
CHEST November 2021, Volume 160, Issue 5 Peter Mazzone, MD, MPH, FCCP, and Gerard A. Silvestri, MD, FCCP, join CHEST Podcast Moderator Dominique Pepper, MD, to discuss the recent changes in lung cancer screening recommendations. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2021.06.063By American College of Chest Physicians
 
CHEST November 2021, Volume 160, Issue 5 Anna K. Brady, MD, and Matthew C Miles, MD, Med, join CHEST Podcast Moderator Gretchen Winter, MD, to discuss how attending bronchoscopists supervise bronchoscopy, and in particular, how attendings balance fellows’ autonomy with patient safety. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2021.06.006 DOI: https://do…
 
CHEST November 2021, Volume 160, Issue 5 Joanne McPeake, PhD, and Hans Flaatten, MD, PhD, join CHEST Podcast Moderator Dominique Pepper, MD, to discuss multimorbidity and its relationship with long-term outcomes following critical care discharge. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2021.05.069 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2021.06.012…
 
A recent study conducted at Duke University Hospital and published in the Journal of Endourology found that a new single-use cystoscope demonstrated superior flexion and comparable optics to the reusable scopes already being used in a hospital urology department. Dr. Michael Lipkin, a urologist in Durham, North Carolina, and one of the study’s auth…
 
CHEST October 2021, Volume 160, Issue 4 Başak Çoruh, MD, and Joanne Shirine Allam, MD, join CHEST Podcast Moderator Gretchen Winter, MD, to discuss the pros and cons of virtual fellowship interviews. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2021.05.020 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2021.05.017 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2021.05.018 DOI…
 
CHEST October 2021, Volume 160, Issue 4 Thomas G. Allison, PhD, MPH, and Michael Klompas MD, MPH, join CHEST Podcast Moderator Dominque Pepper, MD, to discuss aerosol generation during exercise and the implications for preventing viral transmission in and out of the exercise laboratory. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2021.04.041 DOI: https://…
 
Join moderators Alice Gallo de Moraes, MD, and Vineesha Arelli, MD, and journal CHEST® authors Peter Mazzone, MD, MPH, FCCP, and Gerard Silvestri, MD, MS, as they discuss the article, "Screening for Lung Cancer: CHEST Guideline and Expert Panel Report – Executive Summary," which will be published in the November issue. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/…
 
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration revealed in a letter to healthcare providers that it’s investigating numerous medical device reports describing patient infections and other possible contamination issues potentially associated with reprocessed urological endoscopes. Dr. Larry Muscarella delves into more detail on reprocessing best practices an…
 
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is investigating “numerous” medical device reports (MDRs) describing patient infections and other possible contamination issues possibly associated with reprocessed urological endoscopes. Dr. Larry Muscarella, an independent safety expert who advises hospitals, manufacturers and the public about medical device …
 
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently updated a safety communication on reprocessing flexible bronchoscopes. In that update, the FDA recommends, among other things, that healthcare providers consider using single-use bronchoscopes when there is increased risk of spreading infection and when treating COVID-19 patients. To break down this an…
 
What are the challenges, and potential missteps, when it comes to reprocessing bronchoscopes, GI endoscopes and ureteroscopes? How have guidelines and standards evolved? And how has COVID-19 flipped the script when it comes to pursuing evidence-based strategies to eliminate infections related to endoscopes? We explore these questions and more with …
 
Welcome back to the tasty morsels of critical care podcast. There’s not a huge amount of notes on procedural stuff that I accumulated for the exams but I did collect some interesting bits on bronchoscopy, particularly because it was so novel to me as an EM trainee who really had no experience with bronchoscopy prior to starting to my critical care …
 
Welcome back to the tasty morsels of critical care podcast. Sometimes the tasty morsels are exam sized snippets of my knowledge on a given topic. More frequently they are literally all I know on the subject. Today’s topic of parenteral nutrition is a good example of this. I have no doubt there is a lot more I should know about what goes into those …
 
CHEST September 2021, Volume 160, Issue 3 David B. Price, MBBChir, DRCOG, FRCGP, and Ramesh J. Kurukulaaratchy, DM, FRCP, join CHEST Podcast Moderator, Dominique Pepper, MD, to discuss the prevalence of eosinophilic and noneosinophilic phenotypes in the severe asthma population, and can they be differentiated by clinical and biomarker variables? DO…
 
CHEST September 2021, Volume 160, Issue 3 Clive D. Bates, MA, MSc, Hasmeena Kathuria, MD, and Frank T. Leone, MD, MS, join CHEST Podcast Moderator, Gretchen Winter, MD, to discuss the pros and cons of utilzing e-cigarettes for harm reduction in tobacco use. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2021.04.046 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2021.0…
 
Join moderators Vineesha Arelli, DO, and Viren Kaul, MD, FCCP, and journal CHEST® authors Han Su, RN, PhD, and Dale M. Needham, MD, PhD, as they discuss the article, "Association of Job Characteristics and Functional Impairments on Return to Work After Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome," which was published in the August issue. DOI: https://doi.o…
 
CHEST September 2021, Volume 160, Issue 3 Charles R. Vasquez, MD, MSCE, and Prof. Nicolas de Prost, join CHEST Podcast Moderator Gretchen Winter, MD, to discuss the identification of four subphenotypes of COVID-19 critical illness with distinct patterns of clinical and laboratory characteristics, comorbidity burden, and mortality. DOI: https://doi.…
 
CHEST August 2021, Volume 160, Issue 2 Evans R. Fernandez Perez, MD, FCCP, joins CHEST Podcast Moderator, Gretchen Winter, MD, to discuss CHEST Guidelines for diagnosing and evaluating hypersensitivity pneumonitis. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2021.03.066By American College of Chest Physicians
 
CHEST August 2021, Volume 160, Issue 2 Matthew Triplette, MD, MPH, and Steven B. Zeliadt, PhD, MPH, join CHEST Podcast Moderator, Dominique Pepper, MD, to discuss how well smoking cessation is performed during LCS SDM encounters, and what patient and provider characteristics are associated with smoking cessation assistance. DOI: https://doi.org/10.…
 
Welcome back to the tasty morsels of critical care podcast. This is number 50, so for all 7 of you out there, well done for making it this far especially when you can’t even get CPD points for it. Today we’ll look at Oh’s Manual Chapter 80 written by the one and only Oli Flower of SMACC and CODA fame. Like TBI we can split up spinal cord injury int…
 
Join moderators Viren Kaul, MD, and Divya Patel, DO, and journal CHEST® authors Spyridon Fortis, MD, and Igor Barjaktarevic, MD, PhD, as they discuss the article, "Ratio of FEV1 to Slow Vital Capacity of < 0.7 Is Associated With Clinical, Functional, and Radiologic Features of Obstructive Lung Disease in Smokers With Preserved Lung Function," which…
 
Welcome back to the tasty morsels of critical care podcast. Today we’ll look at everyone’s favourite yeast – Candida. Firstly, remember the distinction between yeasts and moulds. Yeasts, like Candida species are single celled critters whereas moulds like aspergillus are multicellular. Candidiasis is common in ICU patients. It grows commonly in our …
 
CHEST July 2021, Volume 160, Issue 1 Carleen R. Spitzer, MD, and Mark Lavercombe, MBBS, GDipClinEd, join CHEST Podcast Moderator, Gretchen Winter, MD, to discuss barriers to learning beside ultrasound during pulmonary and critical care fellows training. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2021.01.068…
 
CHEST July 2021, Volume 160, Issue 1 Cathryn T. Lee, MD, and Evans R. Fernández Pérez, MD, MS, FCCP, join CHEST Podcast Moderator, Dominique Pepper, MD, to discuss the differences in demographics, clinical characteristics, and transplant-free survival in the prevalence of inhalational exposures across all interstitial lung disease diagnoses. DOI: h…
 
Welcome back to the tasty morsels of critical care podcast. Today we look at anaphylaxis. Oh’s Manual 67 forms the basis for most of this. In many ways this is fairly straightforward. You give adrenaline and they get better. However once you get into the pathophys behind it you start to realise why immunologists are much smarter than you are. Oh st…
 
Welcome back to the tasty morsels of critical care podcast. This week we’ll make a fly by at part of Oh Chapter 100 looking at haemostatic failure. The understanding of the haemostatic system seems a little like the universe at times with our knowledge, and the gaps in our knowledge expanding away from us quicker than can we track. As a result this…
 
Join moderators Alice Gallo de Moraes, MD, and Christopher L. Carroll, MD, MS, FCCP, and journal CHEST® authors Zhenmei Zhang, MD, and Hemang Yadav, MBBS, as they discuss the article, "Epidemiology, Risk Factors and Outcomes of Diffuse Alveolar Hemorrhage After Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation," from the June 2021 issue. DOI: https://doi.org…
 
Welcome back to the tasty morsels of critical care podcast. This week we’re looking at the other ACS, the surgical ACS, the old abdominal compartment syndrome. This is common, especially in the surgical population and does not always immediately jump to the front of our cerebral hemispheres when it should do. Believe it or not there is a World Soci…
 
CHEST July 2021, Volume 160, Issue 1 Jessica González Gutierrez, MD, and Chintan Ramani, MD, join CHEST Podcast Moderator, Gretchen Winter, MD, to discuss the prevalence of pulmonary structural abnormalities and functional impairment in surviving ICU patients with ARDS secondary to COVID-19. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2021.02.062…
 
Welcome back to the tasty morsels of critical care podcast. Oh dedicates an entire chapter, number 88 to CBRN issues. While not commonly seen you can rest assured that critical care will be expected to turn up and manage these patients if an incident does occur so it is something we need to know fairly well. I will cover the content of chapter 88 h…
 
Welcome back to the tasty morsels of critical care podcast. It is with trepidation that I approach any topic that involves the negative feedback loops of endocrine control as I really struggle to keep it all straight in my head, but today I’m going to try and cover the basics of calcium in the critically ill from Oh Chapter 63. We’ll start from som…
 
CHEST June 2021, Volume 159, Issue 6 Saraschandra Vallabhajosyula, MD, MSc, joins CHEST Podcast Moderator, Gretchen Winter, MD, to discuss if right ventricular dysfunction is associated with higher short- and long-term mortality in sepsis and septic shock. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2020.12.016…
 
CHEST June 2021, Volume 159, Issue 6 Inderjit Singh, MD, joins CHEST Podcast Moderator, Dominique Pepper, MD, to discuss sex-related differences in dynamic right ventricular-pulmonary vascular coupling in heart failure with preserved ejection fraction. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2020.12.028…
 
Moderators Viren Kaul, MD, and Vineesha Arelli, MD, and journal CHEST® authors Gretchen Sacha, PharmD, and Seth Bauer, PharmD, discuss the article, "Effect of phenylephrine push prior to continuous infusion norepinephrine in patients with septic shock," from the May 2021 issue. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2020.11.051…
 
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