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The Sonography Lounge Is your casual resource to stay in the loop with all things diagnostic ultrasound. Your hosts Lori Green, BA, RDMS, RDCS, RVT and Trisha Reo, AAS, RDMS, RDCS, RVT along with field support by Casey Green will be diving into industry trends, new technology, career paths, and interviews with industry leaders to address common questions and offer healthcare professionals, students, and patients sound insights into the ever-evolving field of ultrasound. The Sonography lounge ...
 
Join Geselle, a 5 year sonographer in Las Vegas, and Lynn, a new grad sonographer in NYC, as they virtually dive into all things relating to Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) in today's world, from most asked questions to misconceptions. They're not afraid to keep it real as they share personal experiences with their amazing guests! Get ready for some PAWSitivities in your day with lots of laughs, frustrations, current events, informative tips & tricks, and candid convos.
 
A deep dive into the fundamentals of ultrasound and its use in diagnostic imaging of the human body. This podcast provides the necessary support to those wanting to fortify their knowledge base, as well as those inquiring minds interested in learning something new. The specially curated topics span human anatomy/ physiology, pathophysiology, ultrasound physics/ instrumentation, critical thinking, and self-improvement.
 
Welcome to the SMFM Podcast Series! The SMFM podcast will include an array of topics that touch the MFM world including Congenital Heart Disease, Mental Illness, 3D Ultrasound, preventing Burnout and more. New episodes are released monthly. If you would like to submit a discussion topic, leave a comment, or are interested in being a guest on the podcast, please contact Gabbie Taylor at gtaylor@smfm.org.
 
Welcome to the life of the Catheter Jockeys, where we put our spin on the field of Radiology in a fun and entertaining way. Your hosts will guide you through their experiences becoming the funnest and most knowledgeable X-ray techs to ever walk into that hospital break room. Listen weekly as we discuss the ups and downs of all things Radiology and Medical Imaging. Come have a laugh with us or mostly just laugh at us as we share all our stories with you! PS: Don't forget to Twerk the Histogram!
 
Welcome to Travsessed!! The Podcast that is obsessed with all things travel!!! Kim and Erran are a travel couple who deeply Believe in the POWER of TRAVEL and are OBSESSED with all things TRAVEL!! In 2012, After feeling burnt out & unfulfilled with the 9-5 grind lifestyle they were living, they decided to quit their full time jobs, sell their house & everything they owned & start their wild & crazy adventure of healthcare traveling!! They’ve been nomads since 2012, living & working in hospit ...
 
Podcast is a great clinical culture for Knowledge dissemination, constructive arguments & deep discussions. One more way in which the MICCAI community is different from those who we serve. Introducing "AI-ready Healthcare", my podcast to bridge this gap. I invite fellow researchers from both communities to talk about the translational aspects of AI research into clinical care. Often we converse with my co-host Henry Krumb.
 
The POCUS Journal Podcast is a production from the Cardiovascular Imaging Network at Queen's aimed at educating listeners on point-of-care ultrasound and its many applications in the medical field. The POCUS Journal is a peer-reviewed publication containing the latest research, case reports, and protocols on point-of-care ultrasound. In our podcast, Dr. Amer Johri and fellow members of the Editorial Board bring on guests from various medical disciplines to discuss their ultrasound research r ...
 
The Pediatric POCUS Podcast explores the science, practice, and innovations of pediatric point-of-care ultrasound in and out of the emergency department. Featuring cutting-edge literature review, best practice summaries, and expert interviews where guests discuss their projects and passions. Our goal is to connect and inform pediatric POCUS enthusiasts and encourage them to engage with the community at-large.
 
Breast Cancer Stories is about what happens when you have breast cancer, told in real time. Whether you’ve just been diagnosed with breast cancer or love someone who has, this podcast is here to help you through the shock of diagnosis and treatment. The first season of Breast Cancer Stories follows Kristen Vengler, a 56 year old single empty nester in San Diego, from her diagnosis of hormone positive breast cancer through chemotherapy, double mastectomy & breast reconstruction, radiation, an ...
 
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A UK Prehospital Emergency Medicine Podcast. This podcast and associated website aims to: - Share knowledge and expertise in the field of prehospital medicine with specific reference to the UK working environment - Make this content relevant to all professional prehospital practitioners
 
Sonographers Spill The Tea takes a raw, entertaining, & deep look into the "small" world of sonography to spill the tea!! Nothing is off limits from jobs, (perm, temp, travel, mobile, apps, education,) sonographer shoulder injuries and other risks involved in scanning and direct patient care,, interesting cases, ergonomics, STR, and the health and wellness of the Sonographer Workforce and Industry. This podcast is a brought to you by Ultrasafe Ultrasounds and may contain strong language not ...
 
Everything women’s health in under 15 minutes by an experienced naturopathic doctor and bestselling author of the books Period Repair Manual and Hormone Repair Manual. Simple explanations for topics such as PCOS, endometriosis, hormonal birth control, and more. Visit Lara’s forum to post a question for a future episode.
 
VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Podcasts. With VETgirl, you can learn clinical veterinary medicine with style, passion, and efficiency! VETgirl is designed for veterinary professionals who have time poverty and are on the run. Who has time to read journals or sit through hours of lectures? Download the podcasts you want to listen to, and get clinical tips within just a few minutes of listening! We'll help get you the facts you need in a convenient way! Want more information? Go to Jo ...
 
Get the most up-to-minute news and information on ICD-10. Join Chuck Buck and Erica Remer, MD, FACEP, CCDS, every Tuesday as they welcome ICD10monitor contributing editors and special guests to monitor and report on the progress that all healthcare stakeholders are experiencing in their respective implementations of ICD-10. Register to attend live here: https://event.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1236510&tp_key=da0e4c0f76
 
Cochrane produces systematic reviews which are recognized as the highest standard in evidence-based health care resources. Listen to Cochrane review authors explain in plain language the evidence and findings of their high-impact reviews. In 5 minutes or less, healthcare professionals to patients and families can understand the latest trusted evidence to help make better informed decisions.
 
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The official podcast of the Acoustical Society of America's Publications' Office. Highlighting authors' research from our four publications - The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (JASA), JASA Express Letters, Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics (POMA), and Acoustics Today.
 
Having a baby on a neonatal ward is a traumatic experience no matter how well your baby is doing. The wires, the bleeps, the medical terminology can all add up to create an environment that can feel really isolating and worlds away from what you had expected when you first saw your baby on an ultrasound. Through listening to other parents experiences and speaking to doctors, surgeons, mental health workers and everyone in-between, this podcast aims to make you feel less alone and more suppor ...
 
The official podcast of the Infusion Nurses Society connects you with leaders in the infusion specialty with pertinent discussions about the biggest issues in infusion therapy. INS Podcast is an integral part of the INS Learning Center at https://www.learningcenter.ins1.org.
 
Join Chuck Buck every Monday when he welcomes RACmonitor contributing editors and special guests for the latest regulatory audit news and information from CMS, OIG and OMHA. And gain valuable context and perspective that can only be found when you’re listening to the long-running and popular Monitor Mondays. Register to attend live here: https://event.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1235505&tp_key=eae2082467
 
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Changing the World of Medical Education to Improve Patient Care

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If you came here expecting just another FOAMed-type of podcast, you have come to the wrong place. If you remember back to the show "Seinfeld," you will recall that George and Jerry pitched a new pilot show to NBC. Their idea? A show about nothing. That's right. Nothing. And...that's exactly why that show was so popular. It was a show about nothing. They discussed the nitty gritty aspects of life that you just couldn't get on other shows. We have modeled the Wildcast EM podcast after Seinfeld ...
 
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Ohad Arazi is President & CEO of Clarius, a company that provides a high-definition wireless ultrasound system that includes AI to help reduce the complexity of ultrasound. In this episode he shares about his time in the Israeli military and the surprising environment that encourages entrepreneurship, what you can learn while working in large and s…
 
In today's VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we interview Dr. Christopher Kennedy, DACVECC, DECVECC, a criticalist at the University of Liège - Belgium, on all things about focused cardiac ultrasound (FCU). Tune in to find out the use of this point-of-care-ultrasound that focuses on the heart, when we should be using FCU, and …
 
Zapping tiny metal drops with sound creates wires for soft electronics A new way to make stretchy wiring uses ultrasound and microscopic spheres of liquid metal Exposure to ultrasound creates nanoscopic balls nestled among larger microspheres of liquid metal (shown in this scanning electron microscope image) in a new approach to stretchy wiring.…
 
About Our Guest Dr. Alan Tai received his PhD in physics, specializing in quantum well research, from Boston College. Alan has worked at various medical ultrasound technology companies, including Philips as an engineer and GE Healthcare as a scientist. He has managed new medical ultrasound transducer products from development conception to successf…
 
In this radiology lecture, we review the ultrasound appearance of acute appendicitis with three unique cases! Key teaching points include: Ultrasound is the first-line imaging modality in pediatric and pregnant patients due to lack of ionizing radiation: Sensitivity/specificity approximately 80%. Technique: Linear transducer with graded compression…
 
Bovine respiratory disease (BRD) is a costly concern primarily during the calf phase production. This is especially relevant to veal production, when young and venerable calves are commingled from many farms. However, BVD breakouts can also occur on calf ranches raising dairy x beef calves or even individual dairy farms. This month Dr. Stan Jourqui…
 
The Sonography lounge hosts, Lori Green and Trisha Reo Sit down with the founders of Focused Ultrasound Resources (FUR) Emily Downs, M.Ed., RDMS, RVT, RDCS, RT, and Michelle Sima, MS, RDMS, RVT to talk about the veterinary ultrasound market and opportunities within this exciting and evolving field. Emily Downs M.Ed., RDMS, RVT, RDCS, RT Emily gradu…
 
Welcome to this month's episode of Focal Point where we welcome Pete Lockwood to the podcast. Pete is a vet and is responsible for cardiac applications within IMV imaging. With this in mind we are discussing all things Doppler Ultrasound, from what it is to how we can apply it to our patients in practice. Whether you are starting to dip a toe in Do…
 
Bizo Silva is an Emergency Medicine physician practicing in a trauma center in Northern California, USA. He specialized in lung ultrasound in trauma. Bizo took part in much of the basic research and development of methods on how lung ultrasound is practiced today. After working for a few years in a very busy trauma center in Brazil, he moved to the…
 
Hundreds of Cochrane reviews have been published over the last 25 years relevant to the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of cancers, including ovarian cancer. In a new review from July 2022, Clare Davenport, from the University of Birmingham in the UK, and colleagues examined the evidence on the use of multiple tests to detect it and she tel…
 
New codes. Old codes. Deleted codes. ICD-10 codes, evaluation and management (E&M) codes, and Z codes. It’s raining codes, and during the next live edition of Talk Ten Tuesdays, you’ll hear the very latest coding news – along with all you need to know to keep you performing at the top of your game. The live broadcast will also feature these other s…
 
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 with Brit Long, MD (@long_brit), we cover ovarian torsion and several myths. To continue to make this a worthwhile podcast for you to listen to, we appreciate any feedback and comments you may have for us. Please let us…
 
Prof. Joseph Kvedar is THE expert in terms of telehealth and digital health. He is leveraging information technology, such as cell phones, computers, networked devices and remote health monitoring tools to improve care delivery. He is a Professor of Dermatology at Harvard Medical School, and vice president of Partners healthcare. He is also the edi…
 
Are Medicare auditors similar to ancient hunting parties roaming the tundra for wild game? Are audits applied equally and randomly across all healthcare providers, or is there intelligent design directed by a hidden network of influencers, working behind the scenes and shifting first to one area, then another? During the next live edition of Monito…
 
Episode 125: THE GOOD NURSE WATCH PARTY | The Success Of Radiology Starts With You! The Jockeys Discuss the riveting new Netflix movie/documentary THE GOOD NURSE. THE GOOD NURSE starring academy award winning actress Jessica Chastain and academy award winning actor Eddie Redmayne. Based off the of the New York Times bestselling book THE GOOD NURSE:…
 
Mari Dickerson is an integrative coach and psychotherapist specializing in women's health, trauma, and spirituality. She holds a master's degree in clinical social work from NYU and has worked in the mental health and healing field for over ten years. As a multi-passionate healer, Mari has training in yoga, meditation, reiki, psychoanalysis, addict…
 
Natasha is given three options for radiation treatment, but it’s a challenge since everyone has been making decisions for her up to this point. She decides on three and a half weeks of radiation to the breast and the lymph nodes in the armpit. Down to just 104 pounds, she feels like a scarecrow in her clothes. Hoping to gain 10 pounds by the end of…
 
In this episode we interview our friends & travel couple Alex and Keaton. Alex is a travel nurse & Keaton is PT. They traveled for a couple of years....went back to FT, had 2 kids & then decided to start traveling again. In this episode we talk about what it likes traveling with 2 kids, living in an RV & trying to balance traveling, parenting, adve…
 
In this month's episode, we are keeping it short and sweet as the clinical team reflect back on the year and chat through their most memorable moments of 2022. We discuss the newest diagnostic imaging technologies and how they are revolutionizing the way we diagnose clinical cases. As always, there'll be topic related jokes as well as a few festive…
 
Be sure to join us for the next live edition of Talk Ten Tuesdays, when Karen Bartrom, director of clinical integration and documentation at Cameron Memorial Hospital in Indiana, will report on how Z codes – the social determinants of health (SDoH) and ICD-10-CM codes – can reveal insights related to the health of a community. With the mapping of p…
 
Earlier detection of people at risk of HF would enable cardioprotection to be initiated earlier and damage avoided. Current imaging tools (eg. ejection fraction) are not sensitive enough to identify early disease. While GLS has been shown to predict outcomes, this study shows that its use improves the predictive power of the current definition of s…
 
Memory is not as reliable as we like to think it is. And that's not a stroke thing. It's just the nature of memory. Of course a stroke can impact memory as well. It can hurt our short-term memory, like in Christine Lee's stroke ( http://Strokecast.com/Christine). It can impact whether or not we can "remember" vocabulary, like in the case of aphasia…
 
David Albert is a physician, inventor, and serial entrepreneur. He is the Founder and Chief Medical Officer of Alivecor, the leading company in personal ECG technology. He has founded 5 companies, and sold two – one to Arrhythmia Research Technology and one to GE which he joined as Chief Scientist of GE Cardiology. David has 32 issued US patents an…
 
Andrew Janowczyk is an assistant professor at Emory University, USA. Andrew’s research focuses on applying computer vision and machine learning algorithms to digital pathology. His key area of expertise is in leveraging deep learning to build computational models for aiding pathologists in many common tasks, such as disease detection and cancer gra…
 
We’ve all watched in awe as the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) began investigating the Medicare Advantage plans. Many were thinking, “it’s about time the payers get some of the heat providers feel.” But there’s something even better, according to most. That’s when the OIG investigates the govern…
 
Long considered loners, many marsupials may have complex social lives Previous assumptions about the earliest mammals likely being solitary may also need revisiting Many marsupials, such as the squirrel glider ( Petaurus norfolcensis ) shown here, can live in a variety of social groups, such as a mating pair or a bigger group of males and females, …
 
These devices use an electric field to scare sharks from fishing hooks A new gadget attaches to fishing lines and emits a pulse of electricity every two seconds By attaching cylindrical SharkGuard devices (shown) to fishing hooks, tuna fishermen can greatly reduce the number of blue sharks accidentally snagged, a study finds.…
 
After eons of isolation, these desert fish flub social cues Pahrump poolfish react oddly to danger, a new study finds The aftereffects of a really long natural quarantine linger in Nevadas endangered Pahrump poolfish (shown here in an aquarium) when forced to share water with other kinds of fishes.
 
Heres why some supermassive black holes blaze so brightly Astronomers saw a telltale signature of shock waves shooting along a jet Blazars (one illustrated) are active black holes that shoot jets of charged particles into space.
 
Tiger sharks helped discover the worlds largest seagrass prairie Scientists equipped sharks with cameras to map a carbon reservoir half the size of Florida Tiger sharks equipped with cameras (one pictured here) helped researchers map the worlds largest seagrass ecosystem.
 
Most stars may have much more time to form planets than previously thought Planet-making disks may survive around many young stars for 5 million to 10 million years Planet-building disks of gas and dust (one pictured) survive for millions of years longer around orange and red dwarf stars than astronomers realized, a new study suggests.…
 
Why dandelion seeds are so good at spreading widely Individual dandelion seeds on a single flower are destined to go in different directions Whether from nature or a childs puff, dandelion seeds are sensitive to wind direction, which helps them to disperse widely.
 
For the first time, astronomers saw dust in space being pushed by starlight The finding could help researchers understand how light sculpts matter throughout the cosmos Shells of dust form when winds from these two stars (center) in the Cygnus constellation collide, as seen in this image from the James Webb Space Telescope.…
 
Pollution mucks up the lungs immune defenses over time Impaired lung immune function joins the list of pollution-related health problems Particulate matter, one of the pollutants emitted from coal-burning power plants, accumulates over time in the lungs immune tissues.
 
How physics can improve the urinal Among urinal prototypes, a tall, slender design with curves reminiscent of seashells (second from the right) accommodates people of a wide range of heights, virtually eliminating splash back.
 
False teeth could double as hearing aids Jawbones transmit sound just as well as the bone that traditional hearing aids rely on A screw anchors a fake tooth to a persons lower jaw in this X-ray image.
 
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