Best neonatology podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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Medri Vodcast: Neonatology
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The collection of educational videos aimed at providing quick review of the examination of the newborn infant.
 
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eNeonatal Review
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Conversations with key opintion leaders in the field of neonatology. eNeonatal Review is a monthly CE certified newsletter and podcast series created specifically for neonataologists, respiratory therapists, nurse and nurse practitioners and other that work in the NICU. Bi-monthly podcasts are also available as down-loadable transcripts, providing case-based scenarios to help bring that new clinical information into practice in the exam room and at the bedside. This program is presented by t ...
 
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Pediatrix University Grand Rounds - Audio
 
Lectures and discussions to help meet the continuing education needs of physicians and other healthcare professionals involved in neonatal, cardiology, pediatric, obstetric and maternal-fetal medicine. These podcasts are presented through Pediatrix University by the The Center for Research, Education and Quality.The Grand Rounds forum provides topics in neonatal-perinatal medicine. Educational activities offer a combined slide and audio presentation, as well as mp3, mp4, and a non-audio opti ...
 
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American Journal of Perinatology
Monthly
 
A monthly podcast highlighting papers published in the American Journal of Perinatology. Hosted by Dr Bill Goodnight and Dr Chris Robinson, each month they interview leading authors in the fields of obstetrics, neonatology, and perinatology.
 
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Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital
Monthly
 
The Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital BlogTalkRadio show was designed to provide a behind the scenes look at the people, places and work we do at Johns Hopkins All Children's. Each 30-minute episode will feature guest speakers from our institution who will share his or her own experience, knowledge and testimonial of what they do each day to make this institution the most advanced source of pediatric care on Florida's West Coast. Our host and guests will cover topics such as employee rec ...
 
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Figures released to the Journal last week showed that over 92 babies were born in Ireland in 2016 dependent on Heroin, Alcohol, prescription medicines and cocaine. Christine McDermott, a Nurse in Neonatology at the Rotunda and deals with addicted babies when they are born and she talks to Ray this afternoon…
 
Neonatal sepsis is a common cause of mortality in newborns. Often, it is the inflammation in response to the pathogen, rather than the pathogen itself, that causes the most harm to the sick patient. Neonatal sepsis is currently treated with corticosteroids but they come with a significant number of adverse effects. One promising new anti-inflam ...…
 
The automated control of inspired oxygen in the preterm infants is discussed in this podcast.Associate Editor of Archives of Disease in Childhood Fetal and Neonatal edition Jonathan Davis is joined by two authors included in the January 2017 issue of the journal: Christian Poets (Department of Neonatology, University Children's Hospital, Tübing ...…
 
The automated control of inspired oxygen in the preterm infants is discussed in this podcast.Associate Editor of Archives of Disease in Childhood Fetal and Neonatal edition Jonathan Davis is joined by two authors included in the January 2017 issue of the journal: Christian Poets (Department of Neonatology, University Children's Hospital, Tübing ...…
 
Neonatal sepsis is a common cause of mortality in newborns. Often, it is the inflammation in response to the pathogen, rather than the pathogen itself, that causes the most harm to the sick patient. Neonatal sepsis is currently treated with corticosteroids but they come with a significant number of adverse effects. One promising new anti-inflam ...…
 
This podcast features a story about the desire to have kids and the fear of losing them. Australian blogger Stephanie Ernst was struck by an incredibly rare disease which affects identical twins. The podcast highlights her struggle with the disease Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome – TTTS – and its closely associated variant TAPS – Twin Anemia ...…
 
All of our lives have defining moments, don't they? Some make us smile: That first date that led to a life-long romance. The compelling book we read that altered our life's path. The chance encounter in a coffee shop that turned out to be step #1 in our satisfying career shift. Of course, other defining moments are not so cheerful: That dreaded ...…
 
Pediatric Grand Rounds with Steven Ringer, MD, PhD Section Chief of Neonatology at the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock.By questions@hitchcock.org.
 
Each year 13,000 to 15,000 extremely premature infants develop severe bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD). Despite major advances in neonatal intensive care and improved survival of infants born very prematurely BPD rates have not decreased over the last decade. While there are several reasons for this, a lack of understanding of the various paths ...…
 
Show Notes / Continuing Medical Education Information DESCRIPTION Join us for an up-to-date briefing on RSV bronchiolitis. We cover the organism, the disease, evidence-based treatment guidelines, Synagis prophylaxis and the development of an RSV vaccine. My guests include Drs Asuncion Mejias, Christopher Timan and Karen McCoy. INSTRUCTIONS TO O ...…
 
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The Premed Years | Medical School Headquarters | MCAT | AMCAS | Interviews
 
Session 206 Today’s episode is a different one as Ryan presents live recordings of the premed students he got to talk with during the two back-to-back conferences this October, namely, the AMSA (American Medical Student Association) PremedFest at the University of South Florida and the UC Davis Pre-Health Conference in California. Soon, we will ...…
 
In this episode, Hackie Reitman, M.D. interviews Brian Udell, M.D., medical director of the Children’s Development Center. Dr. Udell, known as “The Autism Doctor,” discusses his history in neonatology, the difficulties the neurodiverse have finding proper diagnoses, sensory issues in doctor offices, and his opinion on the varied theories on the ...…
 
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Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital
 
Join us as our host, Carol McDaniel, sits down with guest Julie Bacon, our chief flight nurse at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. The Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital Transport Team provides round-the-clock specialized transport care to critically ill newborns, infants, children and teens from throughout the state of Florida and beyo ...…
 
Some 27,000 babies were born drug dependent in the U.S. in 2013 -- the last year for which statistics are available. That works out to a baby being born drug dependent every 19 minutes.Under the Keeping Children and Families Safe Act of 2003, states were required to come up with laws to protect newborns. Under these laws, healthcare providers w ...…
 
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Beyond the Microscope - A podcast featuring women in STEM
 
Good morning, ‘Scopers! We’re back with a brand new eppy featuring Dr. Katherine Ottolini, a neonatology fellow at Children’s National Medical Center. Katie chats with us about joining the Air Force, life as a pediatrician, and escaped rats in the lab. Give it a listen. Doctor’s orders! The post Episode 18: Be My Little Baby (Doctor) appeared f ...…
 
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Beyond the Microscope - A podcast featuring women in STEM
 
Good morning, ‘Scopers! We’re back with a brand new eppy featuring Dr. Katherine Ottolini, a neonatology fellow at Children’s National Medical Center. Katie chats with us about joining the Air Force, life as a pediatrician, and escaped rats in the lab. Give it a listen. Doctor’s orders! The post Episode 18: Be My Little Baby (Doctor) appeared f ...…
 
There is mounting evidence now suggesting that prematurity may lead to a variety of adult diseases, such as hypertension, obstructive lung disease, or osteopenia. However, there is little guidance for physicians on how to provide proper long-term follow-up for their patients who were born preterm. In this podcast, two of the co-authors of a rev ...…
 
Why does one child respond to a medication, but another doesn’t? What are the factors that influence how a child responds to a medication and how do those differ from adults? Despite all the talk about “big pharma” and research, very little has been done about testing the safety and efficacy of medications for children. Even with new FDA regula ...…
 
The reason why countries revolt simply to turn to another dictator, why the spouse of some politician is feted as savior, and why hospitals turn to national organizations to provide items and services as varied as toilet paper to neonatology, is the same: People — all of us, from Joe and Josie on the street … Continue reading » The post Lead Be ...…
 
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Pediatrix University - Video Podcasts
 
Presented by - Jonathan Fanaroff, MD, JDBy marketing@mednax.com (MEDNAX Center for Research, Education and Quality).
 
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Pediatrix University Grand Rounds - Audio
 
Presented by - William Walsh, MDBy marketing@mednax.com (Pediatrix University).
 
003 You are wrong about pot smoking frozen babies that detect cancer Thom Britton is the creator of FreakShow & Tell Jeff Wagg is the Curator of College of Curiosity This week, we discuss the longest running sideshow at Coney Island: babies! Also, frozen leeches, common misconceptions, glowing GMOs and what happens if you’re in prison for a cri ...…
 
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Creating a Family: Talk about Infertility and Adoption
 
One of the hardest things many adoptive parents have to do is to decide if the risks or special needs of a particular birth mother match or referral are too great for them to handle. What are the likely effects of prenatal exposures to drugs, alcohol, or cigarettes? What if their is a history of mental illness in the birth parents family. What ...…
 
003: You are wrong about pot smoking frozen babies that detect cancer Episode 003: You are wrong about pot smoking frozen babies that detect cancer Jeff Wagg is the Curator of College of Curiosity Thom Britton is the Creator of FreakShow & Tell REFERENCES LONGEST RUNNING SIDESHOW AT CONEY ISLAND Neonatology on the Web FROZEN LEECHES PLOS ONE Pa ...…
 
Infant mortality rates among the African American population are higher than those of the Caucasian population in this country. Part two of this infant mortality podcast addresses some theories that explain this disparity, including the issues of poverty, education and racism in the African American community. These stressors affect a woman’s o ...…
 
Presented by Istvan Seri, MD, PhDBy marketing@mednax.com (Pediatrix University).
 
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Children's on Quality
 
Here at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, we try to get useful information out to the community through as many channels as possible. If you’re reading this, you are obviously familiar with Children’s on Quality. But have you taken a listen to PediaCast? It’s another podcast we host here at Nationwide Children’s, and it’s produced by our very own ...…
 
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Chicago Humanities Festival Podcast
 
Have you ever wondered how your body came to be formed? Most of us know where babies come from, but what exactly happens during those (usually) nine months after fertilization? In this illuminating and in-depth talk, Doctor and Professor Jeremy Marks will take us through the processes of human growth from fertilization to birth. He begins with ...…
 
When a pregnant woman uses addictive drugs (illicit or certain prescription drugs), she puts her baby at risk for a number of problems. Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) is a term for a group of problems a baby experiences after birth when withdrawing from exposure to narcotics or other addictive substances such as tobacco. These can be long-t ...…
 
Dr. Pascal Lavoie, Clinical Assistant Professor from the Division of Neonatology discusses some of his recent research on protecting premature babies who become sick from infections or other diseases after birth as well as provides an overview of the clinical field of Neonatology.By proftalk@gmail.com (CiTR 101.9 Vancouver).
 
Interview with Dr. Cynthia Bearer.By agoldberg1@umm.edu (University of Maryland Medical Center).
 
Interview with Dr. Cynthia Bearer.By agoldberg1@umm.edu (University of Maryland Medical Center).
 
Interview with Dr. Cynthia Bearer.By agoldberg1@umm.edu (University of Maryland Medical Center).
 
Interview with Dr. Cynthia Bearer.By agoldberg1@umm.edu (University of Maryland Medical Center).
 
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Medri Vodcast: Neonatology
 
Keep the baby upright and allow the soles of the feet to touch the surface of the table. Move the baby forward to accompany any stepping. Alternating stepping movements with both legs will occur. This response depends on arousal of the baby but it’s continuous absence can indicate paresis or be present in babies born by breech delivery.…
 
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Medri Vodcast: Neonatology
 
With the baby in the supine position, turn the head to one side, holding the jaw over the shoulder. The arm and leg on the side to which the head is turned extend, while the opposite arm and leg flex. This response does not normally occur each time this maneuver is performed, and when it is elicted each time it is evoked it should be considered ...…
 
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Medri Vodcast: Neonatology
 
The sucking reflex is common to all mammals and is linked with the rooting reflex and breastfeeding. It causes the child to instinctively suck at anything that touches the roof of their mouth. You can test this reflex with a pacifier, baby’s finger or your finger.By ikovic@medri.hr (Rijeka University School of Medicine).
 
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Medri Vodcast: Neonatology
 
With the baby’s head positioned in the midline and hands held against the anterior chest, stroke with your finger the perioral skin at the corners of the baby’s mouth and the midline of the upper and lower lip. In response, the mouth will open and turn to the stimulated side. This response will also occur with stimulation of the infant’s cheek ...…
 
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Medri Vodcast: Neonatology
 
Starting in the supine position, the baby is pulled by the arms to the sitting position. The head and the arms are observed during the maneuver. The arms should remain partially flexed at the elbow and the head may lag behind the trunk. When the baby is in the sitting position, the head should be able to come to the upright position for at leas ...…
 
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Medri Vodcast: Neonatology
 
Moro response can be produced in several different ways. Hold the baby in supine position, supporting the back and pelvis with one hand and arm and the head with the other hand, and allowing the head to drop several centimeters with a sudden, rapid, not too forceful movement. You can also invoke it by producing a sudden loud noise (for example ...…
 
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Medri Vodcast: Neonatology
 
With the baby in the supine position, apply light pressure with the thumb to the sole of the foot producing flexion of the leg. The baby pushes back against the pressure, so the examiner gets the sensation that his thumb is drawing the limb out as by a magnet.The absence of the magnet reflex can indicate spinal cord damage.…
 
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Medri Vodcast: Neonatology
 
Stimulate the palm of the baby’s hands and observe the reflex grasping of your finger. Stroke the sole of the foot, and the toes will flex and curl around your examining finger. Make sure that the response is not inhibited by unintended stimulation of the dorsal aspect of feet and hands. Persistence of the palmar grasp reflex beyond 6 months su ...…
 
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Medri Vodcast: Neonatology
 
Hold the baby horizontally and prone in one of your hands. Stimulate one side of the baby’s back approximately 1 cm from the midline along a paravertebral line extending from shoulder to the buttocks. This produces a curving of the trunk toward the stimulated side, with shoulders and pelvis moving in that direction. Pelvic response to stimulati ...…
 
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