Best pulmonary podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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Latest medical news and features from Medscape Pulmonary Medicine
 
This podcast serves to help facilitate discussion and dissemination of research and clinical practice within the field of cardiovascular and pulmonary PT.
 
Breathe Easy Podcasts: Conversations in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
 
Live a better quality of life with COPD and asthma by tuning in to the Breathing Easy Podcast. Learn from our amazing line up of medical professionals who all excel in their fields. We'll have you living a happier, healthier, more productive life in no time!
 
As HIV/AIDS therapies take hold in Botswana, developing countries strive for clean and potable water, and India battles against malaria, we in the US ask - How are we working to promote health and longevity for people around the world? ReachMD investigates a range of medical issues that transcend the international landscape.
 
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COPD Success
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What is COPD Success? Who is Kelly Welton and why is Pulmonary Rehabilitation important? How can someone benefit from an online Respiratory program?
 
A new podcast series devoted to raising global pulmonary hypertension awareness with dynamic stories from PH patients, caregivers and medical professionals from around the world. New Episodes every Monday & Thursday. Through this series of impactful, insightful and, most importantly, hopeful stories from members of the global pulmonary hypertension community, we hope to further the global #phaware conversation as well as to capture, engage and enable misdiagnosed and undiagnosed PH patients ...
 
Cystic fibrosis (CF) is one of the most prevalent global congenital disorders, affecting some 70,000 individuals worldwide and 30,000 children and adults in the United States. While clinical efforts are expanding worldwide to improve diagnostic testing and treatment approaches for this progressive lung disease, targeted therapies for CF against any specific mutation remain elusive.The Cystic Fibrosis in Focus series gathers the latest information from leading medical experts devoted to advan ...
 
The American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology (AJRCMB) is proud to present the Lung Science Podcast series! Featuring engaging interviews and commentaries with luminaries in pulmonary and critical care basic investigation.
 
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Pulmcast
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We are a couple of of Pulm/CCM providers who love all things pulmonary, resus and critical care. We breathe life into fresh FOAM content and stream it directly to your auditory cortex at 6mb/kg. Show notes at Pulmcast.com/podcast
 
Each month, CHEST hosts a discussion with the authors of articles from the current issue, adding context and commentary to the challenges facing clinicians in the fields of pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine. As Podcast Editor and Moderator, D. Kyle Hogarth, MD, FCCP explains: "The goal of each conversation is to pique our listeners' interest and compel them to read additional work by the featured authors or on the topics covered."
 
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From the Trenches
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Every pulmonologist interacts, avoids, or becomes a division chief. This series addresses topics & challenges for chiefs. Hosted by the Association of Pulmonary, Critical care, & Sleep Division Chiefs. Opinions are our own.
 
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On this edition of ST Medical Monday, we revisit an interview that first aired in April with Dr. Daniela Lamas, author of "You Can Stop Humming Now: A Doctor’s Stories of Life, Death, and In Between." Per Publishers Weekly: "In this ruminative account of treating patients, Lamas, a pulmonary and critical care doctor at the Brigham and Women's H ...…
 
Pulmonary HTN: Diagnosis; Calculation of Pulmonary vs Systemic Vascular Resistance; RV Failure; Cor Pulmonale
 
Diets for health (1:40), generic drugs (4:00), hyperhidrosis (5:50), asthma (10:30), pulmonary embolism (12:40), biomarkers for Alzheimer disease (16:00), and oncologic emergencies (17:40).
 
Hi folks. On todays episode I discuss prehospital rib fracture management including pneumothorax and pulmonary contusion show notes: Rib fracture management 2015 Podcast ( available here and on iTunes) http://media.blubrry.com/prehospitalpodcast/content.blubrry.com/prehospitalpodcast/PHARM-2018-06-11-211.mp3 Right Click and Choose Save-as to Do ...…
 
Author: Chris Holmes, MD Educational Pearls: Epidemiology: 80% male, ages 1-4 at greatest risk, African-American > Caucasian. Freshwater and ocean water may have more bacteria than pool water. Salt water is hyperosmolar, which theoretically increases risk of pulmonary edema. Greatest physiologic insult is from hypoxia secondary to fluid aspirat ...…
 
E-cigs, vapes and Juuls are a hot topic. They’re popular among teens, and enticing videos on social media make them look pretty cool. However, they're not necessarily popular among parents. In this segment of Health Matters, we learn more about whether they are safer than cigarettes, talk about the flavored juices and find out more about the ri ...…
 
Congestive heart failure (CHF) is a big deal for emergency and primary care providers alike. C3 - CHF - Introduction C3 - CHF - Flash Pulmonary Edema C3 - CHF - Resuscitation of CHF with Cardiogenic Shock C3 - CHF - CHF Exacerbation C3 - CHF- New Onset CHF C3 - CHF - Case C3 - CHF - Summary Jessica Mason, MD • Mel Herbert, MD MBBS FAAEM • Stuar ...…
 
Mike and Sanjay are back discussing 30 great papers for the June edition of EMA. This month we welcome Jess Monas to the team; she will be joining Vanessa Cardy to bring us the Ultra Summary. Rick rants about number needed-to-treat while Ken Milne gives us a Time To Talk A Little Nerdy lecture about minor head trauma. Jerry Reflects on the way ...…
 
Did you know that pets can be record breaking title holders with Guinness world records? I'll tell you about some dogs and the unconventional skills that won them their titles. Next, Pet Tech Inc., the country's leading Pet First Aid and Care training organization, attempted to set a new Guinness World record themselves, by teaching the most pe ...…
 
In this month’s podcast, James Cave (DTB Editor-in-Chief) and David Phizackerley (DTB Deputy Editor) discuss the evidence for pulmonary rehabilitation for COPD and highlight the need for more publicity for its benefits. Read the editorial here: http://dtb.bmj.com/content/56/5/49.The editors also review the evidence for safinamide for Parkinson’ ...…
 
Dr. Sanjiv, MD is a Mercy Health Physician specializing in sleep medicine. He practices fromMercy Health – Fairfield Sleep Medicine, located at 3000 Mack Road, 3rd Floor, Sleep Center,Fairfield Ohio 45014, and Mercy Health – Pulmonary, Sleep and Critical Care, located at 9313South Mason Montgomery Road, Suite 250, Mason, Ohio 45040. Dr. Patel w ...…
 
Heart murmurs continue with congenital heart diseases. Ventricular Septal Defect #1 type of congenital heart disease Loud, high-pitched harsh, holosystolic murmur at LLSB Typically a left to right shunt (restrictive) May switch to right to left 2/2 pulmonary HTN (non-restrictive) “Eisenmenger’s syndrome” Dx: echocardiogram Tx: Observe if small ...…
 
What should you expect in my practice? ​ In your first visit we start by assess and evaluate your concerns, by using the following Hypno-Diagnostic Tools: ​ Biofeedback Handwriting Analysis Suggestibility Test Body Syndrome Assessment Paris Window Test Contradictory Square Corrective Therapy Test Eriksonian Hypnosis Kapasanian Hypnosis Mental B ...…
 
Let’s talk EKG basics. This is the basic component of an EKG. We have the P-wave which signifies atrial depolarization (or contraction), then we have the QRS complex which signifies ventricular depolarization. That is immediately followed by the T-wave which shows us ventricular repolarization. There are a few intervals we look at to give us so ...…
 
Dr. Melissa Manice, Co-founder and President of Cohero Health, discusses her experience in developing a start-up company focused on remote monitoring technology for pulmonary care. https://zkapadiacom.files.wordpress.com/2018/05/hci-008_-remote-monitoring-technology-in-pulmonary-care-m-manice.mp3
 
Understanding the blood flow through the heart is foundational to understanding cardiac pathophysiology. Blood returning from the body enters the heart through the Superior and Inferior Vena Cavae and spills into the Right Atrium. From the Right Atrium blood is pushed through the tricuspid valve into the right ventricle. The right ventricle con ...…
 
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). ...…
 
If you’re a former smoker, consider eating more fresh tomatoes and other fruits. People who kicked their tobacco habit and ate those foods, especially apples, had a slower natural decline in lung function, new research shows. Certain compounds in the fruits may also help restore smoking-related lung damage, according to a study by European rese ...…
 
Kyle Ridgeway, Physical Therapist at University of Colorado Hospital, comes on the show today to discusses his journey as a new physical therapist and how he came to be where he is now, some of the biggest mistakes that he has made in the acute care/ICU that have changed how he practices, tactics for students to have confidence and success work ...…
 
Heartworms kill a great number of dogs every year in the U.S., and 2018 is shaping up to be one of the most active infestations of the disease in years. The American Heartworm Society reports that more than one million dogs in the United States currently have heartworm disease, and the disease is now a serious canine health problem that threate ...…
 
Welcome back to the new VTE Dublin Podcast where you’ll find all the recent talks from the VTE Dublin Conference. Professor Menno Huisman is Professor of Thrombosis and Hemostasis in Leiden University Medical Centre. His research is focused on the clinical aspects of venous and arterial thromboembolic disorders, with special interest on the dia ...…
 
Session 15.2: Right heart failure and pulmonary hypertension in the ICU - Stephen Brett, UK
 
Nearly 15 million Americans have Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), and it is the third most common cause of death in the U.S. Although there's no cure, there are many things you can do to slow the progression, including learning more about it. Candace Bromley discusses what you need to know about COPD.…
 
Just as in real estate, it seems a key component to success in exercise may come down to three little words: location, location, location. British researchers took two groups of older adults, ages 60 and up, on a two-hour walk in two areas of London to assess the impact air pollution had on their lung function. Some strolled along Oxford Street ...…
 
Janice Janus is a pulmonary hypertension patient from New Kensington, Pennsylvania. Janice co-created the facebook PH support group: Pulmonary Hypertension Awareness and Support, because she felt the need to have a better connection to those dealing and adjusting to their “New Normal.” In this episode, she discusses her experience in participat ...…
 
Claire Parker is a pediatric nurse practitioner at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital who specializes in the treatment of pediatric pulmonary hypertension, a type of high blood pressure affecting the lungs and heart. She also participates in several clinical trials for medications used to treat pulmonary hypertension. In this episode, Claire disc ...…
 
It’s a cool day, and though it is clear and at the peak of temperature for the day, my hands are cold. I try to keep a positive attitude and recognize success in my efforts, but sometimes I don’t celebrate wins and tend to just look for the next challenge I must overcome. Perhaps I need to work on that. I look forward to a visit to a running st ...…
 
Sandeep Sahay is an Assistant Professor and pulmonary hypertension specialist from Houston Methodist Hospital. Dr. Sahay is a CHEST Foundation PAH clinical research grant recipient and he has been highly active in creating patient education materials for PAH and CTEPH patients and medical professionals. In this episode, Dr. Sahay discusses clin ...…
 
The purpose of this podcast is to describe the interdisciplinary assessment and management of a complex patient with advanced pulmonary disease and dementia, with a focus on the patient and family as the unit of care.
 
Asthma disproportionately affects children who are economically disadvantaged, particularly those who belong to racial and ethnic minority groups. Dr. Juan Celedon, Division Chief, Pulmonary Medicine, Allergy and Immunology at University of Pittsburgh, discusses possible solutions to the disparity. Series: "Lenoir/Hamburger Memorial Lecture" [P ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Papers discussed in this Section 3 podcast: Liao, Fangzhou; Liang, Ming; Li, Zhe; Hu, Xiaolin; and Song, Sen. Evaluate the Malignancy of Pulmonary Nodules Using the 3D Deep Leaky Noisy-or Network. eprint arXiv:1711.08324, 2017 Pollard, T. J., & Johnson, A. E. W. The MIMIC-III Clinical Database. http://dx.doi.org/10.13026/C2XW26 (2016) Pranav Ra ...…
 
Dr Harold Farber, an associate professor of pediatrics, Pulmonary Section, at the Baylor College of Medicine at Texas Children's Hospital, discusses the new requirement for tobacco companies to publish corrective statements regarding the dangers of their products. This regulation took effect on November 26, 2017.…
 
Scientist and researcher Dr. Joe Anderson Ali Miller is our guest today in Episode 1352 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.” If you live the low-carb lifestyle, you probably know how important it is to measure ketone levels so that you can know exactly how your lifestyle is affecting your health. In the last few years there have been a number ...…
 
Beth Greenaway was an extremely competitive athlete despite the fact that she was born with a pulmonary valve problem which required surgery in her childhood. Join us today as she describes the kind of problems she encountered after falling out of medical care for over a decade, how her athletic prowess was affected and what kind of treatment s ...…
 
A study was done for a length of 18 years with 86,000 people that watch television for 2.5-4.9 hours a day the participants had twice the risk of a fatal pulmonary embolism as some that don't watch television.
 
Dr Adnan Alsumali, a former researcher at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, discusses his latest research and the impact of bariatric surgery on pulmonary function.
 
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