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You make tough calls when caring for acutely ill and injured children. Join us for strategy and support -- through clinical cases, research and reviews, and best-practice guidance in our ever-changing acute care landscape. Please visit our site at http://PEMplaybook.org/ for show notes and to get involved with the show -- see you there!
 
This is Resuscitate, a podcast about Emergency Medicine and resuscitation and the future of EM in India, by an Emergency Physician from India, Dr. Manish Taneja for emergency/internal medicine trainees and other emergency care providers.
 
We are a group of passionate Emergency Department (ED) educators all working in some form in emergency medicine. We will expand as quickly as the demand does to include a range of nurses, ODP's, advanced practitioners and doctors all contributing to sharing knowledge about how we should manage patients in the Emergency Department. ​ ​ As an ED nurse today there is ALOT to learn and its not an easy job, never fear there are plenty of resources here to make your job easier. If you haven't alre ...
 
We believe in the educational merits of Free Open Access Medical education (FOAM), which includes podcasts, blogs, articles on PubMed Central, conferences streamed for free and more. As a result, we would like to encourage others to move beyond quoting podcasts and into the realm of tying “cutting edge” FOAM to the core content. We’ll provide some review and references for listeners to go read. Why, indeed, should we FOAM it alone when FOAM can inspire us to go, read, think, and be excellent?
 
Welcome to PedsCrit! We are a collaborative educational PICU podcast working with pediatric critical care educators around the world to create high-yield podcast episodes on core PICU topics. Find us at PedsCrit.com, or reach us via email at PedsCritPodcast@gmail.com. We hope you enjoy! - Alice & Zac
 
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A series of audio interviews addressing upcoming research and its application to the injured patient, education efforts related to trauma, and novel methods in the management of injury. Select EAST Traumacasts now eligible for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit TM self-assessment credits toward Part 2 of the ABS MOC Program. Visit the EAST Education Center for details.
 
The landscape of Intensive care is changing. In the era of evidence based medicine, we try to make best possible decision for our patients based on best available evidence. Every fortnight, Dr Swapnil Pawar & Dr Jose Chacko will bring you one hot topic in Critical care. If you want to stay up to date with recent evidence or learn how to critically evaluate the literature in critical care, this podcast is for you.
 
Welcome to the podcast of The Oasis Church in Middletown, Ohio, led by Pastor, Apostle, and Author, Tim Sheets. To learn more about Oasis and to support this ministry financially, visit our website at OasisWired.org. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/oasiswired/support
 
The CEimpact Podcast has 3 shows to help your practice 3 ways GameChangers: pharmacotherapy knowledge (CE available with membership!). Precept2Practice: preceptor best practices. Level Up: practice and business advancement. New episodes are released weekly! Listen in and learn every week.
 
Back in EMT class there was one page in the textbook that covered legal issues in pre-hospital medicine. Our world is increasingly more complicated and as a result, one page just doesn't cover it anymore. In this podcast, Sam and Nick discuss important, relevant and modern aspects of EMS law that may have been overlooked in class.
 
The High-Performing Coach Podcast teaches Coaches, Authors and Speakers how to create an online high-fee coaching business from the heart, without websites or business cards. Tune in every week to coaching conversations that will give you strategies, tools and deep insights into how to create more freedom, impact and income in your business. We will also explore what is really at the bottom of why so many coaches are struggling to make the shift from passionate coach to purpose-driven entrep ...
 
The RAGE podcast is the Resuscitationist's Awesome Guide to Everything! RAGE is an audio podcast created by a team of specialist physicians from Australasia and the United States practicing in emergency medicine, intensive care and retrieval/ prehospital medicine. We are Dr Chris Nickson, Dr Cliff Reid, Dr Haney Mallemat, Dr Michaela Cartner and Dr Karel Habig. We bring an irreverent and educational ‘real world’ perspective to current research, core topics and controversies in critical care. ...
 
The Story Told is a long-running podcast focused on table-top role-playing games. Logan, and his co-host Griffin, meet every other week to discuss the gaming world. In addition to interviews with talented content-creators, they share reviews of exciting new games (and old favorites too!), all in admiration of the greatest hobby in the world. On opposite weeks join them as they stream an actual play of one of their favorite games, featuring their creative friends and gripping adventures!
 
Pediapod is the pediatrics podcast from Pediatric Research, produced in association with Nature Publishing Group. Join us as we explore the etiologies of diseases of children and disorders of development, featuring interviews with top researchers and highlighted content from one of the premier journals in the field of pediatrics. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Join Milwaukee Natives Fresh & Tone as they provide cypher-style social commentary to weekly pop culture, news, and entertainment. Tune In as they bring DFS into thousands of homes around the world. When it comes to bringing truth to the rumors MiMiso100, our guest who isn’t a guest, doesn’t hold back.These Cool kids hilariously navigate, or attempt to make it through their lives, Work a job, Raise Kids and being Black in America. DFS centered around issues present Smack dead in the middle o ...
 
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Continue Reading » Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. So, one of our readers has written to us and said, “My mom is in ICU, she’s 67, and her liver is failing. The ICU team is asking what they should do if her heart stops, whether we want her… The post My Mother is in ICU with…
 
Neonatal opioid withdrawal syndrome (NOWS) represents a major public health problem in the US with a high socioeconomic burden. The pathophysiology of this condition is not yet fully understood. Data from animal models have shown that opioids modulate brain reward signalling via an inflammatory cascade, however no such data exist for opioid-exposed…
 
Continue Reading » Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. So, today’s tip is about, “Is what we are saying about LTAC (long-term acute care) in the U.S., accurate or not?” So, we don’t get a lot of feedback about readers that what we are saying is not accurate about… The post Is W…
 
This episode reviews a shift from the "lethal triad" in trauma to the "diamond of death," exploring the role of calcium in hemostasis and critically ill patients. We review the literature that is available on hypocalcemia and trauma patients References/show notes: FOAMcast.org Thanks for listening! Lauren Westafer…
 
Join Drs. Jeremy Levine, Michal Radomski and Lauren Dudas discuss the results of the EAST MCT with PI Rachel Choron. Hear about management options of duodenal injuries, why they can be so clinically challenging and a bit about spearheading an EAST multicenter trial. Abstract was presented at the 36th EAST Annual Scientific Assembly. Look for the pu…
 
Continue Reading » Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. So yesterday, I was talking to a client who said his 32-year-old fiancé is in ICU after cardiac arrest, potentially with a hypoxic brain injury after prolonged resuscitation, in and out of hospital cardiac arrest. Initially…
 
This episode is a departure from the typical FOAMcast clinical content, we will be back with strictly clinical content soon. In May 2022, I came across a fellow passenger and stranger in cardiac arrest in the airport. A small team of strangers, including an emergency medicine resident, Dr. Jason Tanner, and an emergency department technician, Angel…
 
RSI is a common high stakes procedure done in emergent airways in the ER, but imagine how your patients must feel if they regain awareness during paralysis. One patient said “it was the worst pain he’d ever had and it was unbearable.” How can your ER team avoid unwittingly contributing to this pain? Nyssa and Lisa examine a study that reveals the p…
 
This talk explores the acute management of traumatic brain injury (TBI) with a focus on severe traumatic brain injured patients. We review the global burden of TBI and societal impact. We discuss characterizing TBI severity. We review the imaging to obtain based on various factors related to the injury. We discuss the critical role of the provider …
 
Results from early COVID-19 studies are still emerging. Some micronutrients, such as zinc, have been shown to decrease the severity of viral infections yet human data is sparse. Join host, Geoff Wall, as he evaluates a new study looking at the proposed benefit of zinc in COVID-19 infections. The GameChanger Zinc has several antiviral properties. A …
 
About our Guest: Dr. Yehya is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and the University of California at Los Angeles School of Medicine. After completing pediatrics training at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, he completed his pediatric critical care fellowship at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), and joined the faculty…
 
Continue Reading » Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. So, yesterday we had an email from a reader from Bob who says, “My mom has been in intensive care and she’s breathing on pressure support/ CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) with a breathing tube. What do I need to……
 
Given the increase in critically ill patients who present to the ED in need of resuscitation, along with the increase in those who board in the ED awaiting an ICU bed, it is imperative that the emergency physician be knowledgeable about recent literature in resuscitation and critical care medicine. In this podcast, we discuss important articles pub…
 
Blood Gas Reading Skills series Additional content and educational resources at ICUedu.org If you have ABGs you are interested in submitting for possible discussion, you can send along the ABG, the basic metabolic panel, and the albumin (if you have it) as well as a one-liner summary of the clinical context through the comments section on the 'Abou…
 
Continue Reading » How to Avoid Reintubation after Extubation! Quick Tip for Families in Intensive Care! Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. So, one of the questions that we get quite frequently is, “How to avoid reintubation after extubation, i.e., if your loved one has a brea…
 
Continue Reading » Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. So, today’s tip is a question we got from a reader, Paul, and Paul says, “My wife of 30 years just had triple bypass surgery and they replaced one valve with a mechanical valve and repaired another valve that was… The post …
 
Continue Reading » Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. So, we had an email from a subscriber saying that his mother is in ICU with a pneumonia, and she’s on BIPAP (bilevel positive airway pressure) at the moment. And the ICU team is telling him that they can’t continue… The pos…
 
I’m baaack!. Been a few years. I am starting a series of podcasts on critical decision making for general surgeons and intensivists. The podcast would be useful to anyone who is trying to figure out how surgeons minds work when they are asked to come to the ICU to evaluate a patient who may need surgery.…
 
Continue Reading » Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. So yesterday, I was on a phone call to a client and they have their 48-year-old father in intensive care and he’s had a cardiac arrest a few weeks ago, and he sustained potentially a hypoxic brain injury, but he’s had… The …
 
Sometimes teaching isn't "telling" but "asking" - asking questions that encourage students and residents to problem-solve in a stepwise manner. Listen in as we discuss a teaching strategy that builds confidence and encourages curiosity in your learners. We’ve all heard students and residents complain about ‘pimping’ from preceptors during rotations…
 
Welcome to the emDOCs.net podcast! Join us as we review our high-yield posts from our website emDOCs.net. Today on the emDOCs cast, Brit Long, MD (@long_brit) interviews Sophia Gorgens, MD, on the evaluation and management of the drowning patient. Andrew is a world-renowned leader in decision making and trauma. He is currently an EM attending physi…
 
In this Part 2 of our 3-part Journal Jam series on Laceration Management we dive into the evidence for the choice of material to close lacerations. Which is best for which kind of laceration? Surgical skin glue? Wound adhesive strips? Surgical staples? Absorbable sutures? Nonabsorbable sutures?... The post JJ 22 Laceration Repair – Glue vs Strips v…
 
Celiac disease is of the most common auto-immune diseases in the world. The only current treatment is maintaining a strict gluten-free diet. Join host, Geoff Wall, as he discusses the results of a phase 2 study investigating a novel pharmacologic treatment of Celiac disease. The GameChanger Celiac disease is common and has a myriad of symptoms. A n…
 
Continue Reading » Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. So at the moment, we are working with a client who has their elderly dad in ICU, and he’s been suffering from a severe pneumonia and he’s been in ICU for a couple of months. Initially he had a tracheostomy because… The post…
 
About our Guest: Dr. Yehya is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and the University of California at Los Angeles School of Medicine. After completing pediatrics training at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, he completed his pediatric critical care fellowship at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), and joined the faculty…
 
Check out Episode 20 of The Body Electric a CoD AP for Promethean: The Created. If you want to catch the fun live tune in on Twitch; every other Friday 8-11 pm Buy Promethean here. Want to join the conversation? Join us on Discord: https://discord.gg/gPVH7a9 We are also affiliates with Metallic Dice Games: https://metallicdicegames.com/ref/2478/ En…
 
Continue Reading » Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. So this week, I was talking to a client who said that their 78-year old father has gone into ICU with a pneumonia and is currently on high flow nasal prongs. And the ICU team is talking about that if he’s… The post Avoid BI…
 
Continue Reading » Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. So, today’s tip is about a reader of our website writing to us and saying that, “The ICU team is pushing DNR (do not resuscitate) for their father in ICU instead of having a treatment plan, what should I do?”… The post Quic…
 
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