Best cataract podcasts we could find (Updated February 2018)
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As Seen From Here
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the Ophthalmology podcast
 
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American Academy of Ophthalmology Podcasts
 
Podcasts from the American Academy of Ophthalmology - The Eye M.D. Association
 
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Eye Chat
Rare
 
Dr Oliver Findl, chairman of the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons Young Ophthalmologists Forum, speaks to leaders in the field of ophthalmology.
 
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OphthoCast
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A podcast dedicated to ophthalmology www.ophthocast.com
 
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Case of the Week
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I saw a couple of interesting cases today that I wanted to share. The fascinating thing about the two cases is that they both had the same condition, but they were at very different stages, so I thought it would be fun to share what I saw.
 
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Alvaro Gutierrez's Podcast
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This is a Podcast for the visually impaired and their families and friends, but also for the sighted community to help them understand us better.I have RP and cataracts and is for me a pleasure to do this show, listen and enjoy!
 
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War and Peace Vol. 1 (Dole Translation) by TOLSTOY, Leo
 
”War and Peace” is a panoramic novel: It is its own justification, and perhaps needs no introduction. It always reminds the translator of a broad and mighty river flowing onward with all the majesty of Fate. On its surface, float swiftly by logs and stumps, cakes of ice, perhaps drowned cattle or men from regions far above. These floating straws, insignificant in themselves, tell the current. Once embark upon it, and it is impossible to escape the onward force that moves you so relentlessly. ...
 
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War and Peace Vol. 1 (Dole Translation) by TOLSTOY, Leo
 
”War and Peace” is a panoramic novel: It is its own justification, and perhaps needs no introduction. It always reminds the translator of a broad and mighty river flowing onward with all the majesty of Fate. On its surface, float swiftly by logs and stumps, cakes of ice, perhaps drowned cattle or men from regions far above. These floating straws, insignificant in themselves, tell the current. Once embark upon it, and it is impossible to escape the onward force that moves you so relentlessly. ...
 
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This story starts with Reeve, a coach on the professional women’s European golf tour, who in 1996 was walking through the children’s ward in a hospital in Zimbabwe. As she walked through the ward she met a 12-year-old girl who had been blinded when she was 8, by bi-lateral cataracts. Long story short, after a 15 minute surgery, this young girl ...…
 
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Informed Consent by Eyetube
 
How would you explain microinvasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) procedures to patients? Valerie Trubnik, MD; Savak "Sev" Teymoorian, MD, MBA; and Carlos Buznego, MD; speak with Marguerite McDonald, MD, to share advice for educating patients about their options when it comes to MIGS and cataract surgery.
 
How would you explain microinvasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) procedures to patients? Valerie Trubnik, MD; Savak "Sev" Teymoorian, MD, MBA; and Carlos Buznego, MD; speak with Marguerite McDonald, MD, to share advice for educating patients about their options when it comes to MIGS and cataract surgery.
 
Dr. James Pinke stopped in our studio today discussing the cataract surgery process and how it can help people of all ages. For more visit: http://www.pinkeeyecenter.com/
 
How increased bin charges are tempting dumpers to leave their domestic rubbish discarded in rural areas, We hear from those unpaid carers and speak to one lady who has chosen to move in with her 90 year old father and care for him with no support from the state,We get an update on a bus which is to run from West Cork to Belfast so those on boar ...…
 
Go with me today to the recovery ward of the Mercy Ship. Imagine you are a five-year-old child recovering from congenital cataract surgery. You will soon see for the very first time . . .
 
Welcome to the Elevator World News Podcast. This week’s news podcast is sponsored by elevatorbooks.com: http://www.elevatorbooks.comEUROPEAN LIFT CONGRESS HEILBRONN ANNOUNCEDThe next European Lift Congress Heilbronn will be held on October 16-17, 2018, in Villingen, Germany. The topics of this eighth iteration of the biannual event will be inte ...…
 
We have heard time and again of the years-long wait in some cases for procedures to fix eyes and spines and other health problems. One such case was that of 90-year-old John Patrick Harrington who was told he would be waiting four years for a cataracts operation and in the meantime, he could go blind.…
 
We have heard time and again of the years-long wait in some cases for procedures to fix eyes and spines and other health problems. One such case was that of 90-year-old John Patrick Harrington who was told he would be waiting four years for a cataracts operation and in the meantime, he could go blind.…
 
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Dr. Bradford Shingleton is a renowned ophthalmologist and an expert on cataract, glaucoma, and laser surgery. He joins Dan in studio to talk about eye health and to answer your questions. Does Halloween present any increased risk to your eyes?
 
Just a few of the things Jen and Tina touch on in this episode are The Brady Bunch, cherry pie (hold the cherries), failed tap dance lessons, cataracts, and talking Dothraki. Oh, and we can’t forget Jason Bateman. Theme of the episode, you ask?? We don’t know, but it all makes sense, eventually. The caller,… The post Episode 002: Call Us, Jason ...…
 
Steroid Injections For Your Knee – And Why Stem Cell, PRP, or Prolotherapy are better Show Notes Intro: Many doctors are hippocrites. Why? Because they need studies to prove something works. An example of this is steroid injections for the knee. We do Stem cell, PRP, or prolotherapy for this issues but many of my colleagues will do steroid inje ...…
 
Dr. Troy Majure answers your pet questions on this very furry Pet Day episode. With topics of skin disorders, cataracts, and hearing loss, Dr. Majure addresses these questions and more.By jason.klein@mpbonline.org (MPB Think Radio).
 
Episode 96 starts with a shot of Stormy Juice… We contemplate how lazy the person was that created the Japanese flag courtesy of Fez’s intro joke. Did you know Siri can sing Bohemian Rhapsody? Leo shares with us this talent she has! We talk about the Rick Roll that has been around for 30 years. We are taking Afterburn on the road to Philadelphi ...…
 
In Episode 16, Sir Patrick Stewart is nowhere to be found and things are starting to seem really off. It’s probably all the crazy things the dudes have heard lately. Like mall security robots killing themselves, crack-fueled binges leading to million-dollar genius, and bloodthirsty squirrels terrorizing children in New York. Or maybe, just mayb ...…
 
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Tales from the Porkside
 
Cataract Hampurr is a world class bass fisher and incredible chef, but with this gift comes a curse. Will LVPD sheriff Millard Grouper be able to track him down? Will the topic of piss be brought up in this episode? Find out in this rancid auditory expedition that we call Tales from the Porkside. Special guest and snake Ryan joins us and dive d ...…
 
When it comes to cornea and contact lenses, few doctors have made as big an impact on the field in as short time as Dr. Clark Chang. A 2007 graduate from PCO, Dr. Chang is currently the Director of Cornea Specialty Lenses at Wills Eye Hospital, and the Director of Clinical Services at Vision Group Holdings (which includes TLC and The Laser Visi ...…
 
The Weekly Connect returns after a short absence with more of your stories of life living with sight loss. This week we hear from two people dealing with cataracts plus there's a feature on your top tips for good health and wellbeing. Plus there's more of your comments. #RNIBConnect #TheWeeklyConnect…
 
Medicine, ophthalmology and health are set to benefit massively from big data and artificial intelligence, but is there a down-side?Assistant Professor Robert Chang from Stanford University presents an overview on the extraordinary advances in digital health ophthalmology and posits what's just over the horizon. It is a fascinating vision.Rober ...…
 
There are approximately 18 million needlessly blind people in the world. A ten minute surgery with a $25 materials cost is rapidly changing that. With over six hundred thousand surgeries done, the Himalayan Cataract Project (HCP) is on a mission to eradicate preventable and curable blindness in the developing world. Since 2005, HCP has trained ...…
 
"The Activist Mommy" is pissed at Teen Vogue because the magazine attempts to teach her kids something she won't -- sex ed; do you read the EULA or the Terms & Service agreements when installing software, etc.? Most don't and 22,000 people found themselves legally bound to do 1,000 hours of community service; if you've worn contacts before, the ...…
 
Opening - Rock the Park Wiki - Rock the Park website - Hold on to your butts Galapagos (The Smashing Pumpkins Cover) - Sarah Emm Hillside Music Festival Recap - Hillside website - Lula Wiles Paperbag - The Estatics The New Doctor Who - Article from io9 - Reasons for a female James Bond - More from The Daily Record Ghost (Ella Henderson Cover) - ...…
 
Bankrupt bridal company wishes customers "much success" after suddenly closing its doors, She went in for simple cataract surgery--doctors found 27 contact lenses in her eye, Woman teaches porn-surfing husband a lesson by showing up naked in site he frequents, UPDATE: 19-yr-old with DEVAST8 tattooed across his face reveals he has turned down 45 ...…
 
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Ophthalmology off the Grid by Eyetube
 
Bruna Ventura, MD, joins Gary Wörtz, MD, to talk about her practice and her family's role in ophthalmology in her home country of Brazil. Dr. Ventura, a third-generation ophthalmologist, comments on her experience with pediatric cataract surgery and explains the current technology and tools she utilizes in her practice.…
 
Bruna Ventura, MD, joins Gary Wörtz, MD, to talk about her practice and her family's role in ophthalmology in her home country of Brazil. Dr. Ventura, a third-generation ophthalmologist, comments on her experience with pediatric cataract surgery and explains the current technology and tools she utilizes in her practice.…
 
Dr. Bradford Shingleton is a renowned ophthalmologist and an expert on cataract, glaucoma and laser eye surgery. He joins Dan in studio to talk about eye health and to answer your questions. Are summer allergies and other eye ailments bothering you?
 
Today we continue the series titled “It Can Happen to Any of Us.” This series of eight stories emerge from events as wide ranging as chance meetings, cataract surgery, and natural disasters. Each narration tells a personal story and conveys a bit of a lesson that can make your day a little better! Today we have two stories. They are: Push it to ...…
 
Please join us Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. PST and 7:00 p.m. EST for a live show with host Denise Messenger. Her special guest is Dr. Eric Donnenfeld. He will be discussing a new dry eye treatment. Eric Donnenfeld, MD, is a founding partner of Ophthalmic Consultants of Long Island and Connecticut. He graduated magna cum laude from Dar ...…
 
Please take the Aviation News Talk podcast 2017 Listener survey! Click here for the survey. In this podcast, I explain how to properly do a magneto ground check before engine shutdown, to assure you won’t have a hot prop if you move the propeller by hand. This is a followup to a much longer discussion on magneto and hot props in episode 13. You ...…
 
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