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A short, focused discussion of emergency medicine topics with perspectives from emergency physicians as well as other specialties. Here's the problem: When I listen to a 45 minute lecture that goes through about 15 different studies and has 50 slides, I come out feeling like a genius. An hour later, I have forgotten 95% of it. Here's the solution: ercast. We cover a single issue and try to tease out all the relevant elements without overstuffing your frontal cortex. It's for physicians and a ...
 
Primary Care RAP is an irresistible monthly podcast full of audio CME, presentations, reviews and perspectives. Get started today with some free CME.
 
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Your work is hard; staying current shouldn’t be. Keep your practice ahead of the curve with entertaining, engaging and concise pediatric topics from world-class educators. This iTunes segment is just one monthly free segment of the full Peds RAP show. Get 3 hours of fresh podcast episodes per month and 42 AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)™ per year when you sign up for the full podcast at hippoed.com. Don’t forget to download the Peds RAP app in the app store for even more streamlined listening.
 
Urgent Care RAP is an irresistible monthly podcast full of audio CME, presentations, reviews and perspectives. Get started today with some free CME.
 
ERcast is a weekly Emergency Medicine podcast with one-click CME. Sign up for bite-sized topics with the approachable Dr. Rob Orman.
 
Primary Care RAP is an irresistible monthly podcast full of audio CME, presentations, reviews and perspectives. Get started today with some free CME.
 
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Primary Care RAP
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Your work is hard; staying current shouldn’t be. Keep your practice ahead of the curve with entertaining, engaging and concise primary care and family medicine topics from world-class educators. This iTunes segment is just one monthly free segment of the full Primary Care RAP show. Get 3 hours of fresh podcast episodes per month and 42 AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)™ per year when you sign up for the full podcast at hippoed.com. Don’t forget to download the Primary Care RAP app in the app stor ...
 
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Urgent Care RAP
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Your work is hard; staying current shouldn’t be. Keep your practice ahead of the curve with entertaining, engaging and concise urgent care topics from world-class educators. This iTunes segment is just one monthly free segment of the full Urgent Care RAP show. Get 3 hours of fresh podcast episodes per month and 42 AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)™ per year when you sign up for the full podcast at hippoed.com. Don’t forget to download the Urgent Care RAP app in the app store for even more streaml ...
 
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ERCAST
Monthly
 
A short, focused discussion of emergency medicine topics with perspectives from emergency physicians as well as other specialties. Here's the problem: When I listen to a 45 minute lecture that goes through about 15 different studies and has 50 slides, I come out feeling like a genius. An hour later, I have forgotten 95% of it. Here's the solution: ercast. We cover a single issue and try to tease out all the relevant elements without overstuffing your frontal cortex. It's for physicians and a ...
 
Laugh and learn with emergency medicine residents Jess Mason and Jenny Farah as they face the challenges of EM residency. Monthly podcast episodes with tips, interviews, and current topics for ER residents. Presented by Hippo EM: simply better online emergency medicine education.
 
The Hippo Education Podcast is the place for the best free audio CME on earth. Hippo RAPs (Reviews and Perspectives) bring you the latest news, updated clinical practice information and important stuff you need to know for your specialty. Our RAP roster is Emergency Medicine, Primary Care, Pediatrics, Urgent Care and growing. The Hippo faculty are always on duty to make sure you have the info you need from a source you can trust.
 
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Rich Levitan is known as an airway expert who breaks complex procedures into a series of doable micro steps. In the past, this has applied to things like intubation and cricothyrotomy. Now, Rich sets his sights on propofol procedural sedation. • Richard Levitan, MD • Rob Orman, MD
 
From Essentials of Emergency Medicine 2019, Amal Mattu reviews recent evidence on functional cardiac testing in the emergency department and how that fits in to ACEP’s new chest pain guideline • Amal Mattu, MD • Rob Orman, MD
 
Should we admit medical mistakes? Most risk managers (and med mal attorneys) might say no, but Dr. Peter Smulowitz says that’s the wrong thinking. Admitting errors can be good for patients and good for us. Links mentioned in this episode Register for Essentials of EM. San Francisco May 21-23, 2020 Become a subscribing member of ERcast Shownotes ...…
 
Should we admit medical mistakes? Most risk managers (and med mal attorneys) might say no, but Dr. Peter Smulowitz says that’s the wrong thinking. Admitting errors can be good for patients and good for us. Links mentioned in this episode Register for Essentials of EM. San Francisco May 21-23, 2020 Become a subscribing member of ERcast Shownotes ...…
 
We all remember years ago when we took ACLS for the first time, once we got to the section on SVT, they would always say that we should “try vagal maneuvers” before moving to chemical conversion. Today we are going to review diagnosing SVT and re-examine all of the modalities available to those who see these patients present to the ED and Urgen ...…
 
It all started when Paul and Neda researched porphyria to answer a mailbag question. Paul couldn’t get the song ‘Ophelia’ by the Lumineers out of his head. So he did what any self-respecting lyrical genius would do and wrote a different version of the song. Hippo Education’s own Melinda Hershey brought her vocal talent to the collaboration, and ...…
 
Post-contrast AKI (or contrast induced nephropathy as it used to be called) is one of those hot-button issues in modern medicine. Is it really a thing? Was it ever, really? Neda Frayha, MD sits down with Dr. Salim Rezaie of Rebel EM for an invigorating conversation about this controversial topic and what the literature actually tells us about i ...…
 
High flow nasal cannula is being used with increasing frequency on pediatric ward floors for children with bronchiolitis. Lisa Patel, MD and Andi Marmor, MD discuss the evidence on its use to reduce escalation of care and decrease length of stay. They also discuss how to start, titrate and wean settings on HFNC. There is so much more to PedsRAP ...…
 
To assess associations between number of steps per day, step intensity, and all cause mortality. • 6.2.6 Steve Biederman, MD • Tom Robertson, MD
 
To assess the efficacy and risk profile for apixaban in different weight groups in patients with atrial fibrillation. • 6.2.6 Steve Biederman, MD • Tom Robertson, MD
 
Fluoroquinolone exposure dramatically increase the risk of serious arrhythmic events. • Brett Ebeling, MD • Nate Finnerty, MD
 
We bring our Weight Loss Series of 2019 to a close with a discussion of one of the most highly discussed diets of the decade, the ketogenic diet. Does it work? What’s the science behind it? What do we need to advise our patients who are interested in it? Dr. John Allen gives Neda the skinny on this … Neda Frayha, MD • Paul Simmons, MD…
 
Hematology Rounds are back with our beloved hematologist, Dr. Tom DeLoughery. Here he sits down with our own Matt DeClerck to talk about how to diagnose and treat hemophilias in our day to day practices. • 6.2.6 Matthieu DeClerck, MD • Tom Deloughery, MD
 
We see a lot of patients with headaches, most of which are benign and not life threatening. However the challenge in our jobs is finding the needle in the haystack...and subarachnoid hemorrhage is life threatening cause of headache that we simply cannot miss. Matt Delaney sits down with Dr.Salim … Matthew DeLaney, MD • Salim Rezaie, MD…
 
• 6.2.6 Neda Frayha, MD • Paul Simmons, MD
 
“Doc, my shoulder hurts.” We hear this all the time. But how often do we have a thoughtful, stepwise approach to diagnosing and managing rotator cuff disease? Dr. Matt Baird, an EM and Sports Medicine specialist, gives our own Matt DeLaney the lowdown on rotator cuff injuries and how we can … Matt Baird, MD • Matthew DeLaney, MD, FACEP, FAAEM • ...…
 
Local anesthetics are widely used and generally have a favorable safety profile. Despite their widespread use clinicians need to understand the safe dosage range of these medications for every patient. Charles Khoury, MD • Doug Wallace, MD • Matthew DeLaney, MD
 
To determine the risk of prolonged opioid use in patients receiving tramadol compared with other short acting opioids. • 6.2.6 Steve Biederman, MD • Tom Robertson, MD
 
Ibuprofen doses greater than 400 milligrams orally do not appear to provide more effective analgesia. • Brett Ebeling, MD • Nate Finnerty, MD
 
One of our listeners asked, “what’s the deal with porphyria? I don’t get it.” We bet this listener is not alone. Paul and Neda kick off the October episode with a breakdown of acute intermittent porphyria and porphyria cutanea tarda and how we may spot them in primary care. And yes, there is a King … Neda Frayha, MD • Paul Simmons, MD…
 
Human trafficking is one of the many subjects we will encounter in our work and that we don’t learn enough about in training. Dr. Jaime Hope sits down with Neda to mythbust many commonly held misconceptions about human trafficking, and to share tips on how we can identify and help trafficking … Jaime Hope, MD • Neda Frayha, MD…
 
Brief discussion of 3 cases initially felt to be gastroparesis which were actually misdiagnosed on the index visit. Emphasis of gastroparesis being a diagnosis of exclusion and patients with known gastroparesis can have nausea and vomiting for other reasons. Finally, quick overview of definition … Josh Russell, MD • Mike Weinstock, MD…
 
It all started when Paul and Neda researched porphyria to answer a mailbag question. Paul couldn’t get the song ‘Ophelia’ by the Lumineers out of his head. So he did what any self-respecting lyrical genius would do and wrote a different version of the song. Hippo Education’s own Melinda Hershey …
 
To assess associations between number of steps per day, step intensity, and all cause mortality. • 6.2.6 Steve Biederman, MD • Tom Robertson, MD
 
Patients with current or prior substance use, mental illness, age less than 40, and, particularly, males are at increased risk of opioid abuse after initial exposure to these medications. • Brett Ebeling, MD • Nate Finnerty, MD
 
To examine predictors and outcomes associated with excess duration of antibiotic treatment for pneumonia. • 6.2.6 Steve Biederman, MD • Tom Robertson, MD
 
We bring our Weight Loss Series of 2019 to a close with a discussion of one of the most highly discussed diets of the decade, the ketogenic diet. Does it work? What’s the science behind it? What do we need to advise our patients who are interested in it? Dr. John Allen gives Neda the skinny on this … Neda Frayha, MD • Paul Simmons, MD…
 
We all remember years ago when we took ACLS for the first time, once we got to the section on SVT, they would always say that we should “try vagal maneuvers” before moving to chemical conversion. Today we are going to review diagnosing SVT and re-examine all of the modalities available to those who … Andy Little, DO • Drew Kalnow, DO • Mizuho M ...…
 
Last month, we covered all things penicillin allergy in the outpatient setting. This month, we bring this topic to the hospital and learn what we can do for our inpatients to mitigate the risk of complications from having a (likely incorrect) PCN allergy attached to the patient’s chart. Neda sits … Emily Heil, PharmD • Neda Frayha, MD…
 
• 6.2.6 Neda Frayha, MD • Paul Simmons, MD
 
A “cough” is a common cause of UC visits. The majority are benign and viral in etiology. Ilene Claudius walks us through 3 specific diagnoses we should consider working up and treating for in our infant patients. Pertussis, Bronchiolitis, and Chlamydia PNA can have atypical presentations in this … Ilene Claudius , MD • Lisa Patel, MD • Matthieu ...…
 
Hematology Rounds are back with our beloved hematologist, Dr. Tom DeLoughery. Here he sits down with our own Matt DeClerck to talk about how to diagnose and treat hemophilias in our day to day practices. • 6.2.6 Matthieu DeClerck, MD • Tom Deloughery, MD
 
Patient perception of greater healthcare provider compassion is independently associated with a lower rate of PTSD symptoms. • Brett Ebeling, MD • Nate Finnerty, MD
 
To assess associations between anticholinergic drug treatments and risk of dementia in persons 55 years or older. • 6.2.6 Steve Biederman, MD • Tom Robertson, MD
 
One of our listeners asked, “what’s the deal with porphyria? I don’t get it.” We bet this listener is not alone. Paul and Neda kick off the October episode with a breakdown of acute intermittent porphyria and porphyria cutanea tarda and how we may spot them in primary care. And yes, there is a King … Neda Frayha, MD • Paul Simmons, MD…
 
Management of sprains can be divided into the acute and functional phase. In the acute phase early range of motion exercises and techniques to manage pain and swelling are key aspects of treatment. In the functional phase the focus shifts more to emphasize strength, stability, and a return to … Matt Baird, MD • Matthew DeLaney, MD • Neda Frayha, MD…
 
Post-contrast AKI (or contrast induced nephropathy as it used to be called) is one of those hot-button issues in modern medicine. Is it really a thing? Was it ever, really? Neda sits down with Dr. Salim Rezaie of Rebel EM for an invigorating conversation about this controversial topic and what the … Neda Frayha, MD • Salim Rezaie, MD…
 
It all started when Paul and Neda researched porphyria to answer a mailbag question. Paul couldn’t get the song ‘Ophelia’ by the Lumineers out of his head. So he did what any self-respecting lyrical genius would do and wrote a different version of the song. Hippo Education’s own Melinda Hershey …
 
Well-appearing children, who show no signs of respiratory distress, hypoxia, or abnormal lung sounds six hours after a drowning episode, are safe for discharge. • Brett Ebeling, MD • Nate Finnerty, MD
 
To assess the efficacy and risk profile for apixaban in different weight groups in patients with atrial fibrillation. • 6.2.6 Steve Biederman, MD • Tom Robertson, MD
 
To examine predictors and outcomes associated with excess duration of antibiotic treatment for pneumonia. • 6.2.6 Steve Biederman, MD • Tom Robertson, MD
 
ACE inhibitor angioedema has a range of presentations from mild lip swelling to airway closure – an exam starts with observing the patient for signs of respiratory distress and then obtaining a good view of the posterior pharynx looking for glottal edema and posterior pharyngeal edema. Jesse Nichos, DO • Mike Weinstock, MD…
 
Hematology Rounds are back with our beloved hematologist, Dr. Tom DeLoughery. Here he sits down with our own Matt DeClerck to talk about how to diagnose and treat hemophilias in our day to day practices. • 6.2.6 Matthieu DeClerck, MD • Tom Deloughery, MD
 
Last month, we covered all things penicillin allergy in the outpatient setting. This month, we bring this topic to the hospital and learn what we can do for our inpatients to mitigate the risk of complications from having a (likely incorrect) PCN allergy attached to the patient’s chart. Neda sits … Emily Heil, PharmD • Neda Frayha, MD…
 
Matthieu DeClerck, MD • Mike Weinstock, MD
 
“Doc, my shoulder hurts.” We hear this all the time. But how often do we have a thoughtful, stepwise approach to diagnosing and managing rotator cuff disease? Dr. Matt Baird, an EM and Sports Medicine specialist, gives our own Matt DeLaney the lowdown on rotator cuff injuries and how we can … Matt Baird, MD • Matthew DeLaney, MD, FACEP, FAAEM • ...…
 
Hematology Rounds are back with our beloved hematologist, Dr. Tom DeLoughery. Here he sits down with our own Matt DeClerck to talk about how to diagnose and treat hemophilias in our day to day practices. • 6.2.6 Matthieu DeClerck, MD • Tom Deloughery, MD
 
To determine the risk of prolonged opioid use in patients receiving tramadol compared with other short acting opioids. • 6.2.6 Steve Biederman, MD • Tom Robertson, MD
 
To assess associations between anticholinergic drug treatments and risk of dementia in persons 55 years or older. • 6.2.6 Steve Biederman, MD • Tom Robertson, MD
 
Human trafficking is one of the many subjects we will encounter in our work and that we don’t learn enough about in training. Dr. Jaime Hope sits down with Neda to mythbust many commonly held misconceptions about human trafficking, and to share tips on how we can identify and help trafficking … Jaime Hope, MD • Neda Frayha, MD…
 
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