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This is a subset of the Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Medicine podcast. This just contains the cardiac related podcasts. The parent podcast is at http://nuccast.comThis is one of the worlds longest running medical podcasts.ITUNES LINKPlease email suggestions for topics, offers of interviews, bouquets and brickbats. nucmedpodcast@gmail.com
 
Cardiac Exercise Research Group (CERG) studerer effekten av trening som medisin for å behandle hjerte- og livsstilsrelaterte sykdommer. Målet vårt er å finne optimale treningsprogram slik at vanlige mennesker får og bevarer god helse gjennom hele livet.The Cardiac Exercise Research Group (CERG) studies the effect of exercise as medicine for heart and lifestyle related diseases. We aim to define optimal exercise programs to help everyday people improve their health and stay healthy throughout ...
 
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Cardiac Success was created to bring businesses and consumers together in a mutually and financially beneficial way.We help companies get the word out about their products and services for free. This is actually a part of the Cardiac Success business model. Give away a product or service for free and offer a small fee for consumers to review your sites, products, or services. The consumer must then fill out a short questionnaire about your sites, products, and services in order to receive th ...
 
Frontiers in Cardiac and Vascular Regeneration
 
Cardiac Arrest Simulation
 
Cardiac Hill is the home for all things Pitt sports including UnScripted: The Cardiac Hill Podcast.
 
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current issues in emergency medicine, reviews, opinion and curbside consults
 
Peripartum and Postpartum Cardiomyopathy (PPCM) is a rare, life-threatening disease of unknown causes that affects healthy women of all racial backgrounds during the last month of pregnancy or up to five months after giving birth. PPCM is a rare type of heart failure where the condition weakens the heart muscle and causes the heart to become enlarged. As a result, the heart can't pump blood properly to the rest of the body.
 
An escape from the multimillion-dollar mediocrities of Hollywood. Explore the bizarre, obscure, and cheesy films of past and present...the films that entertain in ways their creators never intended!
 
This podcast serves to help facilitate discussion and dissemination of research and clinical practice within the field of cardiovascular and pulmonary PT.
 
Strategies and training for residents, nurses, paramedics, and all others that care for patients with acute problems in the hospital, ICU, and field.
 
As part of our mission to end cardiovascular disease, The Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation offers weekly cardiology Grand Rounds to stay up-to-date on the latest developments in cardiology. These weekly meetings feature topics from the following cardiac specialty areas: congestive heart failure, electrophysiology, cardiac imaging, interventional cardiology, heart disease prevention, cardiac surgery, vascular/endovascular and miscellaneous.
 
Supercharge your learning and enhance your practice with this Internal Medicine Podcast featuring board certified Internists as they interview national and international experts to bring you clinical pearls and practice changing knowledge. Doctors Matthew Watto, Stuart Brigham, and Paul Williams deliver some knowledge food for your brain hole. No boring lectures here, just high value content and a healthy dose of humor. Fantastic podcast for Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Primary Care, ...
 
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Cardiac Rhythm Analysis, 12-Lead ECG Interpretation, Resuscitation
 
The Southlake Innovations series chronicles the innovative care being delivered at Southlake Regional Health Centre that is making peoples' lives better.
 
Life is unfair. But is there hope? Where can we turn when pieces of our lives are strewn across the jagged cliffs of disappointment, suffering, and loss? Journey for the Heart is one mother's thirteen year journey with her son through the multiple challenges of congenital heart disease that led to a heart transplant and eventual death, where she discovered the endless provisions of her limitless God. Presented via audio podcasts and interactive discussion, Journey for the Heart invites you t ...
 
Each month we discuss a challenging pediatric cardiac ICU case from a different institution.
 
HeartFailureCenter.com is the premier site for up-to-date cardiac information. Our goal is to provide you with information that can empower you to receive the best fit cardiac healthcare available.
 
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Cardiac Rhythm Analysis, 12-Lead ECG Interpretation, Resuscitation
 
Current ‘state of the art’ lectures at this years’ conference range from the difficulty of reading certain ECG’s to how one should therapeutically cool the patient who has had a sudden cardiac arrest and has been resuscitated yet remains obtunded.
 
Jules Eden, from e-med, presents a show covering various medical issues, including the state of cardiac care in the UK health system.
 
Darlington had a rough start in life. At three months old, she was poisoned by her 12-year-old cousin. Burned and unable to swallow, she was in intensive care for several months, then discharged with a grim prognosis. But Darlington survived, only to grow up to face sexual abuse, rape, and domestic violence, plus a variety of serious medical conditions—cardiac problems, knee surgery, and the removal of a large and extremely rare tumor. Due to a medical condition, Darlington actually died and ...
 
After a cardiac emergency, a computer geek learns more about his heart than he ever wanted to know -- and takes listeners on the journey to knowledge about hearts and their care. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Music Store
 
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This episode of CRACKCast reviews Rosen’s Chapter 170, Pediatric Cardiac Disorders. This podcast covers the common infectious complications leading to pediatric cardiac issues. Additionally, we will review Kawasaki's Disease, Acute Rheumatic Fever, HOCM, and much more. Episode Overview: 1. Describe procedures and conditions for which prophylaxi ...…
 
Today Brian and I finally manage to lure Associate Professor David Connolly into the studio (we had to bribe with cake). David is a RVC stalwart, and a member of the Cardiology team. We cover approach to diagnosis and treatment with a bit of jumping around here and there. Don't forget your stethoscope, and your ultrasound. And maybe your ECG. W ...…
 
This episode of CRACKCast covers Rosen’s Chapter 170, Pediatric Cardiac Disorders. This podcast covers cyanotic and acyanotic cardiac defects, the presentation and management of congestive heart failure in pediatric populations, and the management of common arrhythmias in children. A second podcast will release next week detailing other issues ...…
 
RTÉ's Southern Editor, Paschal Sheehy reports from an inquest into the death of a man who died while being transferred from hospital in Waterford to Cork for cardiac care
 
An Israeli NGO that provides free life-saving cardiac surgery to children thought the Third World who could not otherwise afford it.
 
An Israeli NGO that provides free life-saving cardiac surgery to children thought the Third World who could not otherwise afford it.
 
Dr. Stilley talks electricity and drugs in the second part of Cardiac Arrest Management.Catch the show notes at: http://cbcemp.proboards.com/thread/91/cardiac-arrest-management
 
The Audio PANCE/PANRE PA Board Review Podcast Welcome to episode 59 of the FREE Audio PANCE and PANRE Physician Assistant Board Review Podcast. Join me as I cover ten Emergency Medicine End of Rotation Exam (EOR) review questions from the SMARTYPANCE course content following the NCCPA and PAEA content blueprint (download the FREE cheat sheet). ...…
 
Topic: "Band"visit www.lovethebrother.comCole and Tyler talk about our time in band, our brother Kyle's success, and our former director. Check out our Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/love.the.brotherhood/
 
Outcome of congenital heart disease with modern cardiac care Read the issue Read the editorial text on the EHJ website
 
Gasping is a survival reflex triggered by the brain and can increase the chances of surviving cardiac arrest.
 
Long term endurance exercises leads to specific cardiac adaptations, known as athlete's heart. Find out the impacts of lifelong high-intensity endurance training and find out what you need to know to take care of your athlete's heart. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Show ID: 33441]
 
Should patients remain active before, during, and after cardiac surgery? Some surgeons have opposing views. Thomas G. Gleason, MD, from the University of Pittsburgh, and Edward P. Chen, MD, from Emory University, discuss the role of exercise in the treatment and recovery process following surgery for various forms of heart disease, especially a ...…
 
(Disclaimer Description)CPR/AED HeartSavers Course. Trainer is Kuo Rees, for Cardiac Life Products, Inc.See their website for more information, as well as supplies and equipment: http://www.nysaed.com/This class was recorded in 2012, and the information contained within may be outdated, as may some of the techniques. Listening to this episode i ...…
 
Heart basics and diseases
 
Long term endurance exercises leads to specific cardiac adaptations, known as athlete's heart. Find out the impacts of lifelong high-intensity endurance training and find out what you need to know to take care of your athlete's heart. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Show ID: 33441]
 
When you undergo heart bypass surgery, you put your life in the hands of highly qualified and trained specialists like consultant cardiothoracic surgeon Tan Sri Dato’ Dr Yahya Awang and consultant anaesthetist Dato’ Dr Sharifah Suraya Syed Mohd Tahir, from Cardiac Vascular Sentral Kuala Lumpur. They join us to discuss developments in coronary a ...…
 
610,000 people die of heart disease every year. Heart attacks are the leading cause of death for women and men. Young athletes, people in their 20’s, 30’s…it’s not just age related. Teresa’s guests, world-renowned cardiologist, creator of The South Beach Diet, Dr. Arthur Agatston. Good carbs, gluten, exercise, he has the answers. And American H ...…
 
Dr. Sarah Siddiqui, Internal Medicine stops by to talk about pre-diabetes. How much do you know about it? They discuss the importance of knowing this information as well as getting your annual physical. Alss Amy Eason, Cardiac Cath Lab Director talks about atrial fibrillation as well as other conditions of the heart, plus all the cool things th ...…
 
On this month's show: -Something Vaguely Entertaining We begin the show with Largo passing a kidney stone, guys named Jerry drawing maps, and Kung-Fu Cardiac Surgeons: The Movie. Getting into the topic proper, we look at the Avengers: Infinity War trailer and bid a fond farewell to Toys'R'Us before we review The Ritual, Deathgasm, and Tag. Join ...…
 
On this episode, Nathan, Bernie, and Tim discuss how robots and machine learning will change the way health providers care for patients. Will robots and algorithms take the place of doctors, or will they allow physicians to transend their current role and care more for patients? Join our Private Facebook Group Today! This Weeks Topics Algorithm ...…
 
Author: Aaron Lessen, M.D. Educational Pearls: There is currently debate within the medical community about what constitutes cardiac activity on ultrasound in the setting of cardiac arrest. A recent study has shown there providers looking at the same clips from an echo will disagree about what constitutes cardiac activity. Some of the confusion ...…
 
Welcome to Attorney Heart, the podcast focused on bringing awareness to and promoting attorney well-being! Do you know the signs of a heart attack? Do you know the difference between a heart attack, a stroke, and an arrhythmia? Were you aware that women and men experience heart attacks differently? Heart disease is the leading cause of death in ...…
 
This episode of CRACKCast covers Chapter 158 in Rosen's Emergency Medicine, 9th Edition. Core Questions: For each of the following, describe the expected toxicity: Jequirity pea, rosary Umbrella tree, Dieffenbachia, Dumb cane Capsicum annum Water Hemlock Jimson Weed, Deadly Nightshade Eucalyptus oil Poinsettia Oleander, Foxglove Tobacco Pokewee ...…
 
The term peripheral artery disease (PAD) may not mean much to you, but what if I mention leg pain, stroke, or amputation? These are the symptoms and complications of PAD, which can often go undiagnosed. Dr Leong Yew Pung and Dr Tan Kong Hean, Consultant Vascular and Endovascular Surgeons from Cardiac Vascular Sentral Kuala Lumpur discuss the im ...…
 
There are many myths about recovery from a heart attack. The most dangerous is that exercise is too risky. The truth is that for most people, they should be doing much more exercise, not less. Patrick Doherty, Professor of Cardiovascular Health at York University and lead author for the National Audit of Cardiac Rehab tells Dr Mark Porter that ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: The Dog Who Spoke with GodsAuthor: Diane JessupNarrator: Casey TurnerFormat: UnabridgedLength: 16 hrs and 49 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 08-01-17Publisher: Audible StudiosGenres: Fiction, ContemporaryPublisher's Summary:When Elizabeth, a young ...…
 
Dr Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the journal and its editors. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, Associate Editor from the National Heart Centre and Duke National University of Singapore. Have you ever wondered, which is better for heart health, low calorie vegetarian or a Mediterranean diet ...…
 
Hvordan får vi folk opp av sofaen? Hvordan bør man trene hvis målet er et friskere og lengre liv? Hva er Cardiac Exercise Research Group, og hva er VÅRE bidrag til bedre folkehelse? I aller første episode av CERG-podcasten forteller professor Ulrik Wisløff om forskningsgruppa han leder ved NTNU i Trondheim. Han beskriver hvordan forskning fra C ...…
 
The last time we talked about the JSA Meeting, we discussed the Purpose of the JSA, Basic Information, and the Emergency Preparedness section. This week we’re focusing on the importance of People, Underground Utilities, and Describing the Work, so that you can you Get the Job Done Right & Go Home Unharmed Today. Additionally, we’re going to con ...…
 
What is a service dog? Service dogs are a type of assistance dog that are specifically trained to help someone who has a disability. This disability may be a visual or hearing impairment. Service dogs can also help individuals who suffer from seizure disorders or paralysis. Until recently, there was no record of a cardiac alert service dog, but ...…
 
We talk about the Taake situation, shenanigans at work, and restaurants. Featured bands: Entity, Scarificare, Gravehuffer, Mora Prokaza, Vahrzaw, & Cardiac Arrest. Be sure to follow/subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play Music, or iHeart Radio to not miss out on some killer music. Follow us on Instagram: @empathicaradio & @empathic ...…
 
We talk about the Taake situation, shenanigans at work, and restaurants. Featured bands: Entity, Scarificare, Gravehuffer, Mora Prokaza, Vahrzaw, & Cardiac Arrest. Be sure to follow/subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play Music, or iHeart Radio to not miss out on some killer music. Follow us on Instagram: @empathicaradio & @empathic ...…
 
A podcast where I data dump my insight into blood and look at globulin and albumin. It stops when I am interrupted to take my son for a driving lesson. Albumin is an interesting globulin as it control swelling and transports drugs: both of which impact my cardiac rehab.By drhillteach@gmail.com (Peter Hill) (Peter Hill).
 
The use of point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) has penetrated our clinical practice. In the hands of trained intensivists POCUS can quickly provide valuable diagnostic information and lead to specific therapeutic interventions. Today’s episode explores the use of POCUS during cardiac arrest. Our guest is Haney Mallemat, MD. Dr. Mallemat is board c ...…
 
Can someone in the prime of their health fall prey to heart disease? Dr Ashok Seth, Head of Cardiology at Fortis Hospitals, explains this and more.
 
Hugh Hemmings, MD, is Chair of Anesthesiology as well as the Vice Dean for Research. As a cardiac anesthesiologist maintaining a basic science lab, he knows how to navigate competing demands. He provides some invaluable advice on how to succeed in the research environment at Weill Cornell Medicine, including some personal tips.…
 
We talk about how heart attacks happen, A curious case of a cardiac problem and interview with Junior Doctor-BMA Rep and Disability activist Hannah Barham Brown
 
Former pro hockey player Craig Cunningham joins me to talk about how his All Heart Foundation is leading the fight against sudden cardiac arrest through a campaign focused not only on awareness but also prevention. We discuss Craig’s sudden cardiac arrest experience, why this condition is commonly overlooked, how to get screened and the better ...…
 
The Cutdown Approach to ECMO Cannula Insertion with Alice Hutin, Lionel Lamhaut, and Zack Shinar In this episode, Alice Hutin of the Paris SAMU talks about the modified cutdown approach to cannula insertion. She is an emergency physician who is one of four physicians who cannulates on the pre-hospital ECMO ambulance. She describes the process o ...…
 
Clemson baseball rallies in the ninth inning to beat William & Mary in the season opener. What kind of boost will that give Monte Lee's club? Plus, can Clemson basketball take down Duke minus Shelton Mitchell? And what player in sports did you hate the most?
 
The advent of targeted temperature management has changed how we treat anoxic brain damage post cardiac arrest. In this episode of Critical Matters, we dive into the challenges and existing evidence regarding neuroprognostication in cardiac arrest survivors. Our guest is Fred Rincon, MD. Dr. Rincon is Associate Professor of Neurology and Neurol ...…
 
Dr. Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the journal and its editors. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, associate editor from the National Heart Center and Duke National University of Singapore. Today's feature paper is going to cause us to rethink the way we prognosticate patients with pulmonary ...…
 
Welcome back for Semester 2. The Arts and Craft Club is meeting Tuesday February 6th at lunch in the Art Room. Come prepared to finish off our project, new members welcome.Semi Formal is coming on Friday Feb 16 at St. George’s Hall. Tickets will be on sale soon for $20 with a student card. Stay tuned for more information.This Thursday is our Wi ...…
 
Aaron Freiwald, Managing Partner of Freiwald Law and host of the weekly podcast series Good Law | Bad Law, is joined by Tim Barnes, of counsel at the Porzio firm in NJ, who is working on a ground-breaking case for wrongful prolongation of life. Ms. Stica was an 89-year-old woman when she was admitted to the hospital. Before her admission, she h ...…
 
In this episode, we discuss Multivalvular Disease. Multivalvular Disease is a fluid and complex disease process that requires expert evaluation on the part of the emergency and/or critical care clinician. Tune in as we review the cardiac cycle, systolic and diastolic heart failure, single valve dysfunction, and Multivalvular Disease’s various m ...…
 
Simon Carley, Associate Editor of EMJ, talks through the highlights of the February 2018 edition of the Emergency Medicine Journal, this month, picked by Simon himself.Read the primary survey here: http://emj.bmj.com/content/35/2/73Details of the papers mentioned in this podcast can be found below:Understanding cardiac troponin part 1: avoiding ...…
 
On this "Jon Carter Classic" It's the week of The Big Game and Twister's up in the night, to make sure the snack table is set just right. Frito's, Salsa, Crackers & Chips will have Jr. & Teeny Twist's smacking their lips. But The Main Attraction will no doubt be "The C.I. Chili" with plenty of ingredients to make Susan Powter shout "Stop The In ...…
 
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