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A gaming podcasting that takes deep dives into newest releases,and keeps things fresh with rotating weekly segments, as well as featuring different content creators from around the internet.
 
Welcome to the Current ECG Podcast! You listen to this podcast because you want to advance your ECG Interpretation skills and deliver a higher quality of patient care as a practitioner of Emergency Medicine. This content has been crafted for students and practicing Paramedics, Nurses, Physician Assistants, Physicians, Medical Students at all levels and scopes of practice and Emergency Medicine Educators. You will learn the basics to build a strong ECG foundation and more advanced topics like ...
 
This podcast brings you interviews with journal authors providing insight on their recent publication in an official journal of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. Pharmacotherapy publishes advances in human pharmacology and drug therapy and the Journal of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy publishes innovations in clinical pharmacy practice. (View past ACCP Journals podcasts on the ACCP Podcast on iTunes or Google Play.)
 
Hands-On iOS is your go-to guide for app reviews, accessories, your questions answered, and the best tips and tricks for your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and more. Let Mikah Sargent show you how to make the most of your favorite Apple gear! Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.
 
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In this episode, Tyler interviews Tom Bouthillet and Dr. Stephen Smith on who exactly should get a right-sided ECG. Do not delay transport to PCI to grab a right-sided ECG. If you do decide to perform a right-sided ECG, it should not be for the decision on whether or not to give nitro. If time permits, it may be helpful and confirm your suspicions …
 
Full article: https://www.ajronline.org/doi/abs/10.2214/AJR.21.25744 Kerem Ozturk, MD discusses a new AJR articles that includes retrospective ECG-Gated CTA findings which may help guide presurgical planning in Type A Aortic Dissection with sinus Valsalva involvement that impacts patient prognosis and surgical planning.…
 
In this episode, Dave talks about End-tidal CO2 (EtCO2), and how to use Capnography to better assess and treat your patients. Also In This Episode: What is Capnography? Patient Case: 25 YO Male When CO2 is not exhaled effectively Oxygenation and Ventilation 4 phases of EtCO2 EtCO2 and airway management Using EtCO2 during cardiac arrest Supporting g…
 
In this podcast, Kushal Solanki gives us a walk-through and demonstration of NaadSadhana, an artificial Intelligence music app for iOS that helps Indian Classical musicians tune, synthesise and create music. Key features: NaadSadhana will create and play music automatically as you sing or play, on 10 Instruments, 8 Genres, using artificial intellig…
 
In this month's edition of AppleVis Unleashed, Thomas Domville, Randy Rusnak, and Mike Malarsie discuss recent Apple news and other topics of interest. Topics featured in this podcast include: Club AppleVis Apple is Allegedly Making Employees Wear Police-Grade Body Cameras to Prevent Leaks Apple's MagSafe Battery Pack: Everything You Need to Know A…
 
This week we enter the world of CT surgery to review a recent STS database study on outcomes of diaphragm paralysis following congenital heart surgery. How common is a diaphragm paralyzed following surgery and what are the main risk factors for this complication? How commonly are these plicated and how do those who are plicated fare in comparison t…
 
In this update to his previous podcasts on braille, Scott Davert gives us some general information about braille displays as they relate to their use with iOS devices. He then talks about connecting a braille display using USB and then Bluetooth. Further, the braille menu under VoiceOver Settings, navigational commands, text input, how to set up au…
 
Full article: https://www.ajronline.org/doi/abs/10.2214/AJR.21.25787 In this podcast, Tyler Richards, MD discusses an observational retrospective study that looks at risk factors for patients with non-small cell lung cancer, which they found to be advanced clinical stage at diagnosis (stage III or IV) and EGFR mutation in patients with adenocarcino…
 
This week we replay an episode that reviews a critically important neurodevelopmental issue affecting infants who have single ventricle palliation - namely hearing loss. How common is hearing loss seen and what role does IV furosemide play in this finding amongst single ventricle patients? Are there techniques to avoid this complication and yet sti…
 
Dr Stephen Rush is a Lt. Colonel and Flight Surgeon. He is the former medical director for Pararescue and the current medical group commander of the 106th Rescue Air Wing in New York. He is a radiation oncologist by trade but brings a wealth of experience in operational medicine to the table. Dr Rush was a key consultant for the Thai Cave rescue th…
 
Drs. Stephanie Hsia and Crystal Zhou share their team's approach to the implementation and evaluation of a two-station virtual objective structured clinical examination (vOSCE) for first-year pharmacy students at UCSF School of Pharmacy. Full text manuscript available at: https://accpjournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jac5.1448…
 
Clubhouse is a space for casual, drop-in audio conversations—with friends and other interesting people around the world. Go online anytime to chat with the people you follow or hop in as a listener and hear what others are talking about. Listen in as Thomas Domville guide us through in this in-depth podcast on Clubhouse: Drop-in audio chat for iOS.…
 
"Конфликты в отношениях и их решение в свете Библии - Часть 3" von Alexander Arzer am 18.07.2021. Weitere Infos unter https://predigten.ecg.berlin/sermon/index?id=6764By Alexander Arzer
 
We've been exposed to gas laws our whole life, and we have intuition about what will happen to gas under certain conditions. For example, people notice that the pressure in their tires might become low on a very cold day. Or perhaps you've been at very high altitudes and you've been short of breath. And everyone knows that if you shake a carbonated…
 
In this podcast, Dr Jen Sherman is joined by Belinda Kirk, explorer, author and speaker. Belinda is an explorer and a leading campaigner for the promotion of the benefits of adventure on wellbeing. For the past twenty-five years, she has led dozens of international expeditions and remote filming trips. In 2009, Belinda established Explorers Connect…
 
This week we delve into the world of myocarditis and cardiogenetics when we review a recent work on deleterious cardiomyopathic genes and a possible role for these in patients who have unfavorable myocarditis outcomes. Are cardiomyopathy genes seen more commonly in pediatric patients with myocarditis who die? Is there a role for genetic testing in …
 
Full article: https://www.ajronline.org/doi/abs/10.2214/AJR.21.25732 David Ballard, MD discusses an AJR article in which the authors provide a practical practice consideration for optimizing prostate MR image quality. To reduce susceptibility from rectal gas, the authors had MR technologist place 18-French rectal tubes in patients undergoing prosta…
 
Full article: https://www.ajronline.org/doi/abs/10.2214/AJR.21.25608 Drew Gunio, MD discusses a new AJR study assessing the impact of a flexed elbow valgus external rotation (FEVER) view on ulnotrochlear (UT) joint space measurement and reader evaluation of the UCL when incorporated into standard elbow MRI in throwing athletes.…
 
Full article: https://www.ajronline.org/doi/abs/10.2214/AJR.21.25924 Intracranial deposition of gadolinium after contrast-enhanced MRI is an emerging area of concern with much still to be learned. Kalen Riley, MD, MBA discusses a new article that proposes a dose-reduction strategy that takes advantage of relatively higher T1 relaxivity of one macro…
 
Full article: https://www.ajronline.org/doi/abs/10.2214/AJR.21.25640 Characteristic CT findings of COVID-19 pneumonia have been extensively described, including the substantial overlap with findings of other infectious etiologies such as influenza. However, CT findings also have substantial overlap with those of non-infectious organizing pneumonia.…
 
The concept of taking blood out of the body, oxygenating it, removing the CO2, and then putting back in, fascinates me. A few years ago I admittedly knew very little about extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) and its indications. I remember going to a class on ECMO at Life Link III and having questions like: Are we actually pumping blood back…
 
This week we delve into the heart failure and transplantation realm when we review a recent large scale PHIS database study assessing the associations of tracheostomy and outcomes of pediatric heart transplantation. Are tracheostomies associated with worse outcomes or mediastinitis? Who is a good candidate for this therapy? How difficult is it to d…
 
In this episode Consultant Occupational Medicine Physician Dr Kent Haworth joins WEM host Dr Will Duffin to discuss assessing medical fitness for extreme environments. Occupational Health is concerned with the impact of health on work and vice versa. We discuss the key approaches and broad principles in matching an individuals medical background wi…
 
Before the July 4th weekend hits, I wanted to address two main questions whose answers may come in handy on a call you'll run very soon... Should EMS use a burn formula? What's the best way to manage pain for the burn patient? For a sense of a well-rounded blog on burns, I've included some quick facts about burn care at the end that are unrelated t…
 
This week in our 2nd 'fellow takeover' episode we speak with the inspiring figure, Dr. Elisabeth Martin, who is Assistant Professor of Surgery at Stanford University and one of the cardiovascular surgeons at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital. How did this young surgeon choose to become a cardiac surgeon and what trials and tribulations have accomp…
 
Dr Sush Prusty is the director of EMS at Steward St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center and assistant professor of emergency medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, Massachusetts. He also serves as the medical director for Boston College EMS as well as local EMS agencies. Dr Prusty earned his medical degree from Boston University School …
 
Full article: https://www.ajronline.org/doi/abs/10.2214/AJR.21.25796 Giuseppe V. Toia, MD reviews a retrospective study which compares CT and MRI cystic renal mass characterization using the Bosniak 2019 and 2005 versions. This study concludes that version 2019 demonstrated decreased sensitivity, but increased specificity for detecting malignancy.…
 
In this month's edition of AppleVis Unleashed, Thomas Domville, Randy Rusnak, and Mike Malarsie discuss recent Apple news and other topics of interest. Topics featured in this podcast include: Be My Eyes and Voice Dream Reader Among Winners of 2021 Apple Design Awards Summary of Apple's 2021 Worldwide Developers Conference Keynote Presentation Appl…
 
In this podcast, Kushal Solanki gives us a demonstration of iLehra, a Lehra Nagma Player for iOS That provides accompaniment for tabla solos. The Tabla is a percussion instrument widely used in Indian Classical music both as a solo instrument and as an accompaniment to vocal or instrumental music. When played as a solo instrument, the tabla is acco…
 
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