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Johns Hopkins Medicine is pleased to present its health and medicine podcast, a lively discussion of the week’s medical news and how it may affect you. This five to seven-minute free program features Elizabeth Tracey, director of electronic media for Johns Hopkins Medicine, and Rick Lange M.D., professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins and vice chairman of medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
 
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Welcome to our 2018 Thanksgiving Special! We hope you all had an amazing holiday! This one goes places... We start with a discussion on Thanksgiving, transition to inexplicably interviewing Ethan, move to Bryce's newly acquired mutant abilities, and finish with a disturbing look into our guest Claire's college experience. Email: scrubpodcast@gmail.…
 
This is the thirty-second episode of our podcast where we talk about nothing important at all. On this episode: Patten needs to talk, Bryce uses the word "braggadocios" in a sentence, and Claire informs us about the best elevator music. Email or tweet at us with questions/suggestions. Email: scrubpodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @scrub_cast…
 
This is the twenty-fourth episode of our podcast where we talk about nothing important at all. On this episode: Patten returns, Bryce almost has an accident, Ethan eats lots of sandwiches, and Ian pitches Flixar. Email or tweet at us with your questions/suggestions, also check our twitter for Dream of Ian fanart! Email: scrubpodcast@gmail.com Twitt…
 
Our twenty-first episode of this podcast where we talk about nothing important at all. We are joined this time by a very interesting guest Roland Parker! On this episode: Ian multiplies, Ethan falls in love, Bryce gets cursed, and Roland is a poop whisperer. Email us or tweet at us with your questions/suggestions! Email: scrubcast@gmail.com Twitter…
 
Our twentieth episode of our in it for the money podcast where we talk about nothing important at all. James Taylor makes his triumphant return to the podcast this week. On this episode: Ian mysteriously disappears, Ethan breaks a toilet, Patten fights bees, Bryce hunts the villainous Gary, and James persuades us. Email us or tweet at us with your …
 
Our nineteenth episode of our in it for the money podcast where we talk about nothing important at all.(*Disclaimer* Ethan's track is slightly off on part of this podcast, sorry we could not fix it.) On this episode: Patten evaporates, Ethan makes a flying friend, Ian goes through a summer phase, and Bryce defecates in the woods. Email us or tweet …
 
Our eighteenth episode of our in it for the money podcast where we talk about nothing important at all. For this weeks episode we have an important and charming guest, James Taylor! Email us or tweet at us with your questions/suggestions! Email: scrubpodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @scrub_cast On this episode: Ian and Patten die during a fiery dirt bike…
 
Our seventeenth episode of our in it for the money podcast where we talk about nothing important at all. This week we have a very special guest, Mckenzie Taylor, that traveled across the world just to be on our podcast. She regales us with stories of in flight entrepreneurs. On this episode: Ethan falls asleep, Ian becomes the supreme ruler of the …
 
This week’s topics include health and wealth, gun show sales and gun injury, management of epilepsy, and outcomes relative to robotic surgery. Program notes: 0:34 Today is last PodMed 1:19 Epilepsy management 2:19 Not a single type of surgery 3:16 Identify the focus 3:30 Robotic surgery outcomes 4:30 Is it that much better? 5:31 Instruments […]…
 
This week’s topics include Medicare spending on frail elderly, resorbable stents, men with HPV, and procalcitonin to assess antibiotic need. Program notes: 0:41 Looking at procalcitonin to determine antibiotic use 1:42 Improve or worsen survival 2:40 Point of care testing 2:54 Stents that resorb 3:52 First approved in Europe in 2011 4:50 Post marke…
 
This week’s topics include predicting mortality in those with congestive heart failure, bystander CPR impact, best management of stable COPD, and NOACs and bleeding risk. Program notes: 0:50 NOACs and bleeding risk 1:51 Also taking other medicines increased risk 2:49 Physicians need to know 3:18 Managing people with COPD 4:21 So many more people wi…
 
This week’s topics include how the Zika virus changed, outcomes after surgery and health literacy, e-cigarettes and healthcare costs, and a reaction to tattooing. Program notes: 0:36 Case report of an outcome after a tattoo 1:32 Reaction to the tattoo ink but not cancer 2:32 Not cancer just a reaction 2:46 Mutations in the Zika […]…
 
This week’s topics include aspirin discontinuation risks, HIV in those 50 and older, big data and chronic lung disease, and genetic testing and warfarin use. Program notes: 0:34 Genetic testing and warfarin dosing 1:35 Looked at genetics to determine 2:33 Other agents for blood thinning 3:01 Use of big data and chronic lung disease 4:01 […]…
 
This week’s topics include physician assisted suicide, preventing infection post-C-section in obese women, 12 year outcomes of bariatric surgery, and death among triathletes. Program notes: 0:46 Triathlon events and death 1:43 Half with previously unknown cardiac problems 2:43 Trouble in water harder to resuscitate 3:36 Physician assisted suicide 4…
 
This week’s topics include hospital factors relative to readmission, hormone therapy, lymph node dissection in breast cancer, and the cost of bringing a new drug to market. Program notes: 0:32 Cost of R and D versus profit in new drugs 1:32 Took 7.3 years 2:35 Reaping in sales far outstrips R and D 3:32 R […]…
 
This week’s topics include a new antibody for asthma, early treatment in COPD, mumps vaccine to curtail an outbreak, and medical exemptions from routine vaccinations. Program notes: 0:38 Avoiding vaccines with medical exemptions 1:38 More people who are vaccinated the less likely an outbreak 2:36 Total went down but others are gaming the system 3:2…
 
This week’s topics include the right medications for a subset of people with heart disease, the PURE study, inflammation and heart disease, and the impact of neighborhoods on cardiovascular disease. Program notes: 0:47 PURE study 1:47 Fats and animal protein associated with lower mortality 2:47 Goes against years of research 3:31 Inflammation and C…
 
This week’s topics include advance directive impact, approval of high risk medical devices by FDA, maintenance of certification for physicians, and cardiovascular disease impact of a new agent for type 2 diabetes. Program notes: 0:37 Positive impact of advance directives 1:34 78% died in their chosen location 2:34 Achieving what the patient wants w…
 
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