Best sepsis podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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iCritical Care: All Audio offers access to all of the Society of Critical Care Medicine's podcasts offering in-depth interviews on adult and pediatric clinical topics as well as updates in the field on various issues. Subscribing to All Audio ensures you receive all podcasts, whether iCritical Care hosts are chatting with authors from the Critical Care Medicine and Pediatric Critical Care Medicine journals, or covering other important topics with well-known speakers, prominent SCCM members o ...
 
Strategies and training for residents, nurses, paramedics, and all others that care for patients with acute problems in the hospital, ICU, and field.
 
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A podcast series from the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) offering in-depth interviews on critical care topics while addressing the most challenging aspects of intensive care unit fellowship and residency. This series complements SCCM's Virtual Critical Care Rounds (VCCR) program.
 
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Sensi Life Radio
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Interviews with Rasta Elders, Ministers, and hours of roots reggae tunes!
 
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Welcome to The Faithful Vegan podcast where we "bring faith to your kitchen table"! Join your host Sersie Blue on an amazing journey inside the wonderful world of veganism and take part in the discussion on food and faith. You we receive stimulating interviews, fun facts, and tips and tools on how to maintain a plant based diet long term. Our goal is on The Faithful Vegan is to inspire you to live your healthiest life both spiritually and physically so that you can complete your God given mi ...
 
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Tomb Raider Intro Lightning Round Question: What is your favorite videogame related movie? Hollywood Headlines: -Curious casting decisions. -Our favorite Jeff Bridges movies/roles. Tomb Raider clip Show Disclaimer General Impressions Opening Scene Notify the affiliates, we’re running long. General Impressions The Cast discuss the opening sequen ...…
 
Asha Saxena takes a deep look at what data privacy and ethics means in the world of healthcare with Darrell Walter of Penn State Health. Data privacy and ethics in healthcare is a big deal, because it affects all of us on at least some level. From health insurance premiums, healthcare access, employment, and even on a personal level of not want ...…
 
Join us in the pot and listen to this riveting message of strnegth and perseverance. Joei Smith lived a normal life, was a gym addict, and was otherwise happy until the flu caused him severe complications, including pneumonia and sepsis. Now on the road to recovery, Joei has to adjust to a life as an amputee and is facing the loss of his toes.G ...…
 
After nearly two years of working in NHS hospitals, Amile & Suba sit down to reflect. With conversations usually focussed on delayed presentations & patients seeking help too late, these two turn the magnifying glass on themselves. Should hospitals take more responsibility for delays in treatment? Is the NHS set up to treat people with mental h ...…
 
Season 1 Episode 004 Travel Injuries and Illness Tips Show Notes: Jaynie: In this episode, we will discuss different travel injuries and illness tips and situations you may encounter while traveling. We will talk about each situation and determine the best way to handle something like it in the future. It’s a learning experience for everyone. ( ...…
 
Critical Perspective: Recovery from sepsis with Dr. Hallie Prescott
 
In the fourth episode of our second series Theo Davies-Lewis talks to Liz Frood, Professor of Egyptology at Oxford University, about her battle with sepsis, her plans to return to Egypt and her work campaigning for disability rights.
 
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 ...…
 
Our healthcare system is the worst in the developed world, but you can’t opt out of it. Because it affects us all, we’ll discuss the importance of understanding the US healthcare system. Our guest today is here to explain how consumers can take back some control of healthcare costs. David Vivero is co-founder and CEO at Amino a healthcare trans ...…
 
My friend, Teri Cochrane talks about the mathematical mysteries of living a high vibration life. She is a graduate of the University of Florida and Huntington College. She’s an integrative practitioner and thought leader in functional epigenetic nutrition. She integrates kinesiology, biophysics, and nutrigenomic evaluations to help develop an i ...…
 
We sat down with Dr. Dana Edelson - internal medicine physician, entrepreneur, and internationally recognized expert in cardiac arrest. In this episode we talk cardiac arrest, sepsis, how to become an entrepreneur in medicine and finally how big data & analytics help us to identify subtle changes in clinical stability. VIsit Pulmcast for full s ...…
 
Emma Brain is sitting in for Sally Mousa for Eye on Health and Dr. Yasser Nakhlawi, Consultant in Paediatrics and Director of Clinical Affairs at Al Zahra Hospital Dubai, joins Emma in the studio discussing sepsis, its symptoms, treatment and prevention.
 
Host Jason Woods MD talks with Lalit Bajaj MD on the use of home oxygen dispensed from the emergency room in the treatment of bronchiolitis. Dr. Bajaj is an emergency medicine physician at the University of Colorado and Children’s Hospital Colorado and was one of the early participants in their home oxygen protocol initiation and evaluation.…
 
Hot on the heels of our previous recording, new guidelines were published on the care of pediatric sepsis by the American College of Critical Care Medicine/Society of Critical Care Medicine. Host Jason Woods MD and Halden Scott MD evaluate how these new guidelines change our previous discussion on the use of lactate measurement in the treatment ...…
 
Host Jason Woods MD sits down with Halden Scott MD to discuss the state of pediatric sepsis, and specifically the use of lactate measurements in the Emergency Department. Dr. Scott is a leading expert in pediatric sepsis in the Emergency Department, with multiple articles published on the topic of the use of lactate measurement in the treatment ...…
 
AJN editor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy speaks with author Elizabeth Bridges about her article, which discusses how to integrate capillary refill time and skin mottling score into the perfusion reassessment after initial fluid resuscitation—as recommended by revisions to the Surviving Sepsis Campaign six-hour bundle.…
 
Do you say “I don’t know” when you really don’t have an answer? Might seeking that knowledge help your patients? This is just one component of a wonderful conversation I held with Professor Flavia Machado when I interviewed her at the recent DasSMACC conference in Berlin. Flavia is doing a great job at raising the awareness of sepsis globally b ...…
 
Isabel talks with Brett Patterson, the chair of the Medical Council of Standards for the IAED. They discuss the why and how of getting involved with research, what it means that a dispatch system is “evidence-based,” and how to enact change to protocols using research.For Your Information:Sepsis (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sepsis)ABCs (https ...…
 
In this episode Tex Kissoon, MD,a well-known doctor from Canada, will provide us with the insight into the global phenomenon of Sepsis. Sepsis affects more than 30 million lives per year yet it is almost unknown to the general public and is quite often misdiagnosed by medical professionals worldwide. The reasons of why that is with the "why" Se ...…
 
Exton Male, a stepdad of one and father of three from the United Kingdom, will discuss how the sudden death of his first wife impacted his two oldest children—and how he and his children came through the tragedy together. He’ll discuss his role as a stepdad and how his third biological child with his current wife has cemented family relationshi ...…
 
Session on Sepsis - The Challenges of Medicine, Politics, and Society from the WSC Spotlight: Maternal and Neonatal Sepsis. Featuring Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Benedetta Allegranzi, Anuradha Gupta, Ron Daniels, Elizabeth Molyneux, Konrad Reinhart, Niranjan 'Tex' Kissoon as chair, and Marvin Zick as your host.…
 
Prep radio Episode 2 Paul talks about his ongoing recovery from Sepsis and the complications of beating such a horrible illness Internet ‘gurus’ and their bad advice Insulin and how not to use it Weight loss cons Tom discusses his new online project Contest Prep and different strategies Listener questions The post Prep Radio Episode 2 appeared ...…
 
Prep radio episode 1 The pilot episode of Prep Radio Paul talks about how he nearly died from Sepsis and pulled through due to how much muscle he had Listener questions Supplements and nutrition questions The post Prep Radio Episode 1 appeared first on BKM Nutrition.
 
In this episode Birdman visits with Doctor Simran Galhotra, MD, MBA, FCCP, Board Certified in Pulmonary, Sleep, and Critical Care to discuss his role at Summit Healthcare and what SEPSIS is. Video @ https://youtu.be/ZWTHMPPKSaw September is Sepsis Awareness Month! Did you know that every day there are an average of 38 amputation procedures perf ...…
 
Jayda Craig, a childhood cancer survivor. She will discuss her personal experience as a child with cancer. Ms. Craig is an author, minister at Word of Life Family Christian Center in Laverne, Tennessee; and the host of Honey Talk Live every Thursday evening at 7:30PM CST/8:30PM EST. For more information contact evangelistjayda@gmail.com/ or fol ...…
 
Research isn't always conducted in a laboratory. Dr. Brian T. Murphy runs a research program that takes him all around the world collecting aquatic microorganisms, en route to the discovery and development of new antibiotics. On this podcast, Dr. Murphy explains how antibiotics work and the importance of discovering new ones, as well as detaili ...…
 
Professor John MarshallCollege of Intensive Care Medicine x Jellybean Number 3 in a special series of 4 Co-Branded PodcastsJohn Marshall has been at the pointy end of research, in particular sepsis research, for many years. That has been a rather controversial area in recent times. John has navigated those waters with charm and grace. So we too ...…
 
Rob and Swami kick things off with a case of a patient with a red hot arm who ends up with a surprising diagnosis. Having trouble placing that Foley cath? Not to worry, Jess does a cognitive biopsy of our urology consultant for a bevy of tips and tricks. Vitamin C might not cure the common cold, but can it save septic patients? How often to we ...…
 
Rob and Swami kick things off with a case of a patient with a red hot arm who ends up with a surprising diagnosis. Having trouble placing that Foley cath? Not to worry, Jess does a cognitive biopsy of our urology consultant for a bevy of tips and tricks. Vitamin C might not cure the common cold, but can it save septic patients? How often to we ...…
 
Rob and Swami kick things off with a case of a patient with a red hot arm who ends up with a surprising diagnosis. Having trouble placing that Foley cath? Not to worry, Jess does a cognitive biopsy of our urology consultant for a bevy of tips and tricks. Vitamin C might not cure the common cold, but can it save septic patients? How often to we ...…
 
In this episode Dennis moderates a discussion on recognition and management of sepsis in Prolonged Field Care. We have Doug and Jaybon from the ICU, Jay from the ER perspective along with Paul providing some questions and insight on prehospital and evacuation considerations.
 
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), group B strep is the leading cause of sepsis and meningitis in a newborn’s first week of life. July is International Group B strep awareness month and retired obstetrician and infectious disease specialist, Dr James A McGregor joined me to discuss a variety of topics related to ...…
 
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 Youth National University of Singapore. Coming right up, we will be discussing fascinating new data on the prevalence of subclinical coronary ...…
 
Author: Sam Killian, M.D. Educational Pearls Not every troponin elevation is an MI. Trop elevates in about an hour in ACS and stays elevated for days. Non-MI conditions that cause elevated troponin: Critical illness (sepsis), increased cardiac demand, right heart strain, LV dysfunction, hypotension, pressor use, acute PE, SAH, chronic renal fai ...…
 
When it comes to preoxygenation, consider the Nigel Tufnel approach of turning the amp up to 11. How much do we really know about OTC analgesics? Delaney is back with some surprising news. Weingart solves the puzzle- how much lack does lactate lack if lactate lacks lactate? There are all sorts of meds we give to ACS patients, but do they do any ...…
 
When it comes to preoxygenation, consider the Nigel Tufnel approach of turning the amp up to 11. How much do we really know about OTC analgesics? Delaney is back with some surprising news. Weingart solves the puzzle- how much lack does lactate lack if lactate lacks lactate? There are all sorts of meds we give to ACS patients, but do they do any ...…
 
When it comes to preoxygenation, consider the Nigel Tufnel approach of turning the amp up to 11. How much do we really know about OTC analgesics? Delaney is back with some surprising news. Weingart solves the puzzle- how much lack does lactate lack if lactate lacks lactate? There are all sorts of meds we give to ACS patients, but do they do any ...…
 
When it comes to preoxygenation, consider the Nigel Tufnel approach of turning the amp up to 11. How much do we really know about OTC analgesics? Delaney is back with some surprising news. Weingart solves the puzzle- how much lack does lactate lack if lactate lacks lactate? There are all sorts of meds we give to ACS patients, but do they do any ...…
 
When it comes to preoxygenation, consider the Nigel Tufnel approach of turning the amp up to 11. How much do we really know about OTC analgesics? Delaney is back with some surprising news. Weingart solves the puzzle- how much lack does lactate lack if lactate lacks lactate? There are all sorts of meds we give to ACS patients, but do they do any ...…
 
When it comes to preoxygenation, consider the Nigel Tufnel approach of turning the amp up to 11. How much do we really know about OTC analgesics? Delaney is back with some surprising news. Weingart solves the puzzle- how much lack does lactate lack if lactate lacks lactate? There are all sorts of meds we give to ACS patients, but do they do any ...…
 
When it comes to preoxygenation, consider the Nigel Tufnel approach of turning the amp up to 11. How much do we really know about OTC analgesics? Delaney is back with some surprising news. Weingart solves the puzzle- how much lack does lactate lack if lactate lacks lactate? There are all sorts of meds we give to ACS patients, but do they do any ...…
 
When it comes to preoxygenation, consider the Nigel Tufnel approach of turning the amp up to 11. How much do we really know about OTC analgesics? Delaney is back with some surprising news. Weingart solves the puzzle- how much lack does lactate lack if lactate lacks lactate? There are all sorts of meds we give to ACS patients, but do they do any ...…
 
When it comes to preoxygenation, consider the Nigel Tufnel approach of turning the amp up to 11. How much do we really know about OTC analgesics? Delaney is back with some surprising news. Weingart solves the puzzle- how much lack does lactate lack if lactate lacks lactate? There are all sorts of meds we give to ACS patients, but do they do any ...…
 
When it comes to preoxygenation, consider the Nigel Tufnel approach of turning the amp up to 11. How much do we really know about OTC analgesics? Delaney is back with some surprising news. Weingart solves the puzzle- how much lack does lactate lack if lactate lacks lactate? There are all sorts of meds we give to ACS patients, but do they do any ...…
 
When it comes to preoxygenation, consider the Nigel Tufnel approach of turning the amp up to 11. How much do we really know about OTC analgesics? Delaney is back with some surprising news. Weingart solves the puzzle- how much lack does lactate lack if lactate lacks lactate? There are all sorts of meds we give to ACS patients, but do they do any ...…
 
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