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Welcome to the Current ECG Podcast! You listen to this podcast because you want to advance your ECG Interpretation skills and deliver a higher quality of patient care as a practitioner of Emergency Medicine. This content has been crafted for students and practicing Paramedics, Nurses, Physician Assistants, Physicians, Medical Students at all levels and scopes of practice and Emergency Medicine Educators. You will learn the basics to build a strong ECG foundation and more advanced topics like ...
 
A podcast to provide continuing education and on-demand reviews for the Pararescue community. All medical providers with an interest in remote and austere medicine, and rescue in both the tactical and non-tactical settings will find value in the material posted here. PJs - you may log the hours you spend listening to the material in this podcast in your training folders.
 
Two New York medical students, Trevor and Ken, share their unfiltered stories of the hospital, the current pandemic, health, the dirt on doctors and nurses, their critical thoughts on medicine, and romance in the work place. Trevor: a degenerate who washed up on the shores of medical school Ken: an intellectual, born to be a doctor, with less worldly experience Ask us questions to be featured on the show ThatIsUnprofessional@gmail.com Featuring medical advice from International Medical Stude ...
 
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Contributor: Nick Tsipis, MD Educational Pearls: pH 7.45=alkalemia If pH low and pCO2 high, indicates a respiratory acidosis If pH low and pCO2 low, indicates metabolic acidosis After determining type of acidosis, check bicarb to determine compensation for acidosis and check electrolytes to calculate anion gap Metabolic acidosis can present with ta…
 
Contributor: Jared Scott, MD Educational Pearls: Around 30 patients with cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome (CHS) randomized treatment in three arms with 8mg Zofran, Haldol 0.05 mg/kg, and Haldol 0.1 mg/kg Haldol arms performed better on all measures compared to Zofran Extrapyramidal symptoms were significantly higher in the Haldol group than Zofran,…
 
Contributor: Gretchen Hinson, MD Educational Pearls: Pit vipers include cottonmouths, rattlesnakes, and copperheads All have folding long fangs, triangular face, and elliptical pupils About 5,000 snakebites per year reported to Poison Control Initially develop a local reaction (swelling, bruising, pain, bullae) Complications can include 25% of snak…
 
Are you ready for my Summer Solocast Series? I am doing some quick solocasts to get you juiced up, infused with encouragement and inspiration. I want you to go about your summer loving your life and making things better. Our American culture is built upon the idea that you have to hustle to succeed. That’s so not true. Listen as I share the five li…
 
Welcome to the first Doctor Me First Summer Showcase episode where we are spotlighting the other amazing doctor podcasts that are out there. Over the next eight weeks you will get to listen to an episode from a different doctor podcast and then a solo podcast from me. This episode is from Create an Unstoppable Life by Dena George MD. Welcome back -…
 
Contributor: Adam Barkin, MD Educational Pearls: Internal hernias, when bowel herniates through iatrogenic or congenital defect in mesentery, represent 1-6% of all small bowel obstructions Mortality of strangulated internal hernias is over 50% due to bowel necrosis and sepsis Intermittent symptoms presenting with nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, a…
 
Podcast summary of articles from the May 2021 edition of the Journal of Emergency Medicine from the American Academy of Emergency Medicine. Topics include pediatric trauma, Lung Ultrasound for COVID, Takotsubo myocarditis, COVID abdominal pain, Neutropenic fever, and hyperkalemia. Guest speaker is Dr. Michael Pergola.…
 
So this time we're going to be talking about subarachnoid haemorrhage. So this is going to be a short and punchy look at a really important and interesting topic in subarachnoid haemorrhage. We run through the approach to headache and then focus on the specific features and findings that we should be looking for with regards subarachnoid haemorrhag…
 
The use of tranexamic acid (TXA) has expanded with growing evidence in its use for a variety of clinical situations. However, not all evidence is created equal and not all applications show benefit. In this blog and podcast we discuss the various uses of TXA and the surrounding evidence.
 
Contributor: Adam Barkin, MD Educational Pearls: Spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD) is the most common cause of acute MI in women under 50 years old Risk factors include fibromuscular dysplasia, extreme exercise, stress, pregnancy, and recent birth Diagnosed in cath lab but medically managed and usually do not get a stent Treated with du…
 
Are you ready for my Summer Solocast Series? I am doing some quick solocasts to get you juiced up, infused with encouragement and inspiration. I want you to go about your summer loving your life and making things better. You know when you say some seriously epic stuff and then people want to have those same sayings written down somewhere so they ca…
 
Welcome to the first Doctor Me First Summer Showcase episode where we are spotlighting the other amazing doctor podcasts that are out there. Over the next eight weeks you will get to listen to an episode from a different doctor podcast and then a solo podcast from me. This episode is from the BS Free MD podcast with Drs. May and Tim Hindmarsh. This…
 
Contributor: Peter Bakes, MD Educational Pearls: Community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) is normally stratified into outpatient-candidates vs. inpatient candidates for treatment For outpatient treatment, antibiotic selection is driven by presence or absence comorbid health conditions (chronic lung/kidney/liver disease, DM, immunocompromised state, alcoh…
 
Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Refractory ventricular fibrillation, defined as 3 defibrillation shocks without resolution, was studied via RCT looking to compare ECMO with cardiac cath vs. typical resuscitation After 30 patients (15 each arm), the trial was stopped because such a significant benefit seen in the ECMO arm 6 patient…
 
Contributor: Jared Scott, MD Educational Pearls: Hand eczema is present in about 10% of the population and has a great prevalence in hairdressers, healthcare workers, and food service employees Using 1% oatmeal cream instead of a base cream showed statistically significant improvement in outcomes of HE in healthcare workers in a double-blind study …
 
Are you ready for my Summer Solocast Series? I am doing some quick solocasts to get you juiced up, infused with encouragement and inspiration. I want you to go about your summer loving your life and making things better. One way to truly fall in love with your life is to hold onto those things that are certain. There is so much in the world that we…
 
Welcome to the first Doctor Me First Summer Showcase episode where we are spotlighting the other amazing doctor podcasts that are out there. Over the next eight weeks you will get to listen to an episode from a different doctor podcast and then a solo podcast from me.This first episode is from the Talk2MeDoc podcast with Dr. Andrew Tisser. Join Dr.…
 
On this episode Dave is joined by Dr. Jerry W. Jones, MD FACEP FAAEM. Dr. Jones is the CEO and Founder of Medicus of Houston. Medicus of Houston is a continuing medical education company that specializes in advanced ECG interpretation and instruction. He is a Board-certified emergency physician, author, speaker, instructor and and internationally-r…
 
Early goal-directed therapy for fluid resuscitation in sepsis is a hotly debated and much-studied topic - and for good reason. Listen in as three emergency physicians discuss some of the landmark papers directing emergency care of these critically ill patients. Join host Dr. Ranjita Raghavan of Mount Sinai and guests Dr. Chad Meyers of Elmhurst Hos…
 
Fluid resuscitation in sepsis is a hotly debated and much-studied topic - and for good reason. Listen in as three emergency physicians discuss some of the landmark papers directing emergency care of these critically ill patients. Join host Dr. Ranjita Raghavan of Mount Sinai and guests Dr. Chad Meyers of Elmhurst Hospital Center and Dr. Dustin Slag…
 
For decades, there has been a major name debate regarding the appropriate title for PAs. However, on May 24, 2021 the American Academy of PAs (AAPA) House of Delegates (HOD) came to a vote. Over 100 possible titles were considered, but ultimately the winning vote was for "physician associate" which has led to a significant amount of discussion. Wha…
 
This month we've got three papers that have challenged our practice both from an in-hospital and pre-hospital perspective. Firstly we consider a paper that looks at admission saturations for patients with exacerbations of COPD and compare this to the BTS guidance on oxygen therapy, regarding altering oxygen saturations for those proven not to be hy…
 
Contributor: Sam Killian, MD Educational Pearls: Patients with cirrhosis and ascites are frequently evaluated for spontaneous bacterial peritonitis, an infection of the ascites fluid that is not from a surgically treated source Fever, abdominal pain, and altered mental status should all raise clinical suspicion in a patient with ascites Fluid from …
 
It’s the Spring time which means podcasting for Mr. Weisman is a no go. That being said, we’ve had a lot going down on the farm and in the Weisman household, so welcome to the Farm Widow Edition of our Married to an Alpha Female series. First up, a quick update on the retreat I hosted recently. It’s so nice to just get out in nature with other fema…
 
Dad’s need to talk things out too. This past year hasn’t been tough just on us moms. When I found out about Dr. Jeremy Toffle and his Imperfect Dad MD podcast, I knew I had to have him on. He’s having conversations with other physician dads chatting about their experiences being both dads and physicians. Dr. Toffle’s father was a physician as well.…
 
This week's Pharmacy Phriday features a short excerpt from a longer podcast released as promo for the Colorado's CURE initiative, Clinicians United to Resolve the Epidemic, that combats the opioid crisis through education. Frequent contributor to the podcast, Rachael Duncan, PharmD, is joined by host, Elizabeth Esty, MD, to discuss the opioid presc…
 
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