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We trust doctors with our lives; they are some of the most educated and well-respected members of society. But what happens if they can't diagnose a patient? This high stake medical procedural follows patients as they suffer from bizarre, often terrifying illnesses. None of which doctors learned about in medical school. Medical Mysteries is a Parcast Original, with new episodes every Tuesday.
 
This podcast might not actually kill you, but it covers so many things that can. Each episode tackles a different disease, from its history, to its biology, and finally, how scared you need to be. Ecologists and epidemiologists Erin Welsh and Erin Allmann Updyke make infectious diseases acceptable fodder for dinner party conversation and provide the perfect cocktail recipe to match
 
Supercharge your learning and enhance your practice with this Internal Medicine Podcast featuring board certified Internists as they interview the experts to bring you clinical pearls, practice changing knowledge and bad puns. Doctors Matthew Watto, Stuart Brigham, Paul Williams and friends (a national network of students, residents and clinician educators) deliver a little knowledge food for your brain hole. Yummy! No boring lectures here, just high value content and a healthy dose of humor ...
 
The purpose of this podcast is to help medical students crush their emergency medicine clerkship and get top 1/3 on their SLOE. The content is organized in an approach to format and covers different chief complaints, critical diagnoses, and skills important for your clerkship.
 
We believe in the educational merits of Free Open Access Medical education (FOAM), which includes podcasts, blogs, articles on PubMed Central, conferences streamed for free and more. As a result, we would like to encourage others to move beyond quoting podcasts and into the realm of tying “cutting edge” FOAM to the core content. We’ll provide some review and references for listeners to go read. Why, indeed, should we FOAM it alone when FOAM can inspire us to go, read, think, and be excellent?
 
Our near daily podcasts move quickly to reflect current events, are inspired by real patient care, and speak to the true nature of what it’s like to work in the Emergency Room or Pre-Hospital Setting. Each medical minute is recorded in a real emergency department, by the emergency physician or clinical pharmacist on duty – the ER is our studio and everything is live.
 
The BMJ is an international peer reviewed medical journal and a fully “online first” publication. The BMJ’s vision is to be the world’s most influential and widely read medical journal. Our mission is to lead the debate on health and to engage, inform, and stimulate doctors, researchers, and other health professionals in ways that will improve outcomes for patients. We aim to help doctors to make better decisions.
 
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In this month's EM Quick Hits podcast we have Salim Rezaie on clinical probability adjusted D-dimer for pulmonary embolism, Bourke Tillmann on ARDS for the ED Part 2, Brit Long & Michael Gottlieb on pharyngitis mimics, Justin Hensley on the many faces of barotrauma, Hans Rosenberg & Peter Johns on assessment of continuous vertigo and Justin Morgens…
 
Professor Tim Noakes is a South African medical doctor and a respected exercise physiologist. Decades ago, he wrote the best-selling "The Lore of Running," in which he advocated a low-fat carbo-loading diet for optimal athletic performance. But when he himself developed Type 2 Diabetes, he had second thoughts and began researching the low-carb, hig…
 
In this episode from the ACEP-EQUAL series, guest Dr. Bruce Lo reviews several common intracerebral hemorrhage scoring systems, the components, and tips on how to use them in real world practice. Guests: Bruce Lo, MD, MBA, FACEPChief, Department of Emergency Medicine, Sentara Norfolk General HospitalProfessor of Emergency Medicine, Eastern Virginia…
 
In this special ACEP20 Unconventional episode, we bring you firsthand experiences from NASCAR's return to racing after the COVID-19 shutdown earlier this year. Hear from VP of Racing Operations, John Bobo and Managing Director, Tom Bryant about planning the return. Then hear from NASCAR driver and 7x NASCAR Champion, Jimmie Johnson, on his experien…
 
We interrupt our normal FOAMcast episodes to bring you updates from COVID-19. *Our understanding of COVID-19 is rapidly developing and this may be out of date in days/weeks. So, check back for updates/fact check what you hear* Monoclonal antibodies have received significant attention over the past month and we previously podcasted on antibodies tha…
 
Date: October 21st, 2020Guest Skeptic: Dr. Justin Morgenstern is an emergency physician, creator of the excellent #FOAMed project called First10EM.com and a member of the #SGEMHOP team.Reference: Derkenne et al. Mobile Smartphone Technology Is Associated With Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest Survival Improvement: The First Year “Greater Paris Fire Br…
 
On this week's podcast, Drs. Baraki and Feigenbaum talk about alcohol, health, and performance.Referenceshttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22420701/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29385007/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32460793/ https://www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/uspstf/document/RecommendationStatementFinal/unhealthy-alcohol-use-in-ado…
 
In any long term survival setting, somebody’s going to get pregnant at one point or another. Even if you daughter is 7 years old right now, a decade or so into an EMP strike that knocks us off the grid once and for all, she’s gonna be 17 and you might end up a grandparent in a world with power. You’ll need some equipment that will increase your cha…
 
In this podcast, Part 2 of our diabetic emergencies series with Melanie Baimel, Bourke Tillmann and Leeor Sommer, we dive into the recognition and ED management of Hyperglycemic Hyperosmolar State (HHS). We answer questions such as: how does one differentiate DKA from HHS clinically? How do patients with HHS become hyperglycemic, dry and altered? W…
 
The Platelet Inhibition and Patient Outcomes (PLATO) trial showed that ticagrelor had better outcomes than clopidogrel for avoiding thrombotic complications following acute coronary syndrome. Subsequent trials suggested that the outcomes for the drugs were about the same. The effects of ticagrelor and clopidogrel were examined in a very large obser…
 
Guest: Lewis J. Wesselius, M.D. Host: Darryl S. Chutka, M.D. (@ChutkaMD) The topic of COPD including risk factors, evaluation and management is discussed with Dr. Lewis Wesselius, a pulmonologist in the Division of Thoracic Disease at the Mayo Clinic. Specific topics discussed include the following: Review of the various types of COPD. Similarities…
 
Contributor: Jared Scott, MD Educational Pearls: Lactate is a byproduct of anaerobic metabolism or tissue hypoperfusion Though typically associated with severe sepsis, hyperlactatemia can be caused by vigorous exercise, seizures, liver failure, asthma exacerbations, albuterol, metformin, antiretroviral drugs, and propofol Liver failure can lead to …
 
The conventional view of the digestive system was that it took care of digestion and wasn’t involved very much with the rest of the body’s systems. Now, though, science has shown that the gut and the millions of microbes that live in it have a profound impact on other aspects of our body, from immune response to brain health and psychological well-…
 
This special version of the World Shared Practice Forum features speakers from the monthly International PICU COVID-19 Collaborative meeting hosted by Dr. Jeffrey Burns. This is a cutting-edge worldwide online collaboration in which the latest knowledge and best practices relating to COVID-19 are shared among front-line clinicians in real-time. In …
 
In this episode of the IJGC podcast, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Pedro Ramirez, is joined by Dr. Sarah Ackroyd to discuss postoperative complications of epidural analgesia. Dr. Sarah Ackroyd is a gynecologic oncology fellow at the University of Chicago. Her research interests include health economics and outcomes research with a focus on decision analysis …
 
34% of older adults are prescribed potentially inappropriate drugs; Natural therapies for claudication; Sugar consumption may be linked to ADHD, bipolar disorder, aggressive behavior; Patients soon to have full access to doctors’ notes; Hot flashes may herald heart risk; Is cardiac ablation the only alternative for PVCs? Apples, berries, and tea fo…
 
Contributor: Don Stader, MD Educational Pearls: Pain is ubiquitous in the emergency department but it is not the enemy - suffering is Nociception is the ability to feel noxious stimuli which usually causes a reaction, like pulling a limb away when you feel something painful. Nociception is really a brainstem reflex. Pain is nociception plus cogniti…
 
ADC Fetal and Neonatal’s Associate Editor Jonathan Davis interviews Karen Luyt, University of Bristol, and David Odd, University of Cardiff, about the DRIFT-10 study and other studies related to intervention of post-haemorrhagic ventricular dilation.Read more on the ADC Fetal and Neonatal website - https://fn.bmj.com/content/105/5/466 - and on the …
 
The COVID-19 pandemic laid bare the racial health disparities in the United States, with markedly increased mortality especially among Blacks and Native Americans. In this episode, Tony Breu and I discuss the conception of race, racism, and the social determinants of health through three historic plagues in the United States -- from yellow fever in…
 
In this special edition of the podcast, Liz Crowe discusses with Iain how we can find contentment, despite the relentless nature of COVID19 and the impending second wave. She gives practical, realistic advice that everyone can consider and encourages us all to be kind to ourselves in these strange and difficult times.…
 
Have you ever noticed a difference in the way you're treated as a patient? Whether you were quizzed by your consultant or given 'special treatment', you're not alone - but how important is this, and does it affect care?This week the panel are joined by Anne Stephenson as they discuss their experiences of being patients, and how this changes when yo…
 
Host: David L. Eisenberg, MD, MPH, FACOG Guest: David J. Portman, MD While the use of contraception is a nearly universal experience in the United States, unintended pregnancy rates remain high. With the recent approval of the nonhormonal vaginal pH modulator, there are now more contraceptive options than ever before. Join Drs. David Eisenberg and …
 
Host: Kevin Garey, PharmD, MS Guest: A. Krishna Rao, MD, MS Approximately half a million Americans are diagnosed with Clostridioides difficile infections (CDI) each year. About 1 in 5 patients with CDI who are treated and cured will still experience a return of the infection within 2 months. Additionally, approximately 1 in every 10 to 20 patients …
 
Host: Keith S. Kaye, MD, MPH Guest: Marin H. Kollef, MD, FACP, FCCP Guest: Douglas N. Fish, PharmD Hospital-acquired and ventilator-associated bacterial pneumonia, or HABP and VABP, increase the risk of prolonged hospitalization, morbidity, and mortality for critically ill patients. Dr. Marin Kollef and Dr. Keith Kaye discuss the role of newer anti…
 
In this Thursday Thump: Is there a role for aspirin in COVID? Does vitamin D reduce the chance of getting COVID or being sicker once you have it? Association between going to a restaurant and testing positive. Cardiac injury in athletes after mild and asymptomatic infection. Listen on: iTunes Spotify Stitcher We Discuss: Is there a role for aspirin…
 
Far too many Americans have died of COVID-19 during 2020, but heart disease is still the number one killer. Moreover, people with heart disease are more vulnerable to complications from the coronavirus. What should they do to protect their hearts? How People Can Protect Their Hearts: There are a few things that everyone can and should do to protect…
 
On this week’s podcast, Dr. Douglas Casa PhD, ATC and Dr. Francis O’Connor MD, MPH, FAMSSM join Dr. Seth Smith MD, PharmD on AMSSM’s Sports Medcast to discuss exertional heat illness with an emphasis on exertional heat stroke. In this conversation, Dr. Casa and Dr. O’Connor will address the following topics:· What is the basic paradigm for the preh…
 
On this episode of the Real Life Pharmacology podcast, I breakdown propofol pharmacology. Propofol is a CNS depressant that is used for general anesthesia. I discuss propofol infusion syndrome in this episode and what to look out for clinically. Adding a benzodiazepine or opioid to propofol may have a synergistic effect and the propofol dose may ne…
 
Personality disorder is often referred to as the “Cinderella” diagnosis of mental health. Around 1 in 20 people is estimated to have a personality disorder, and it is a neglected and under-resourced area of our healthcare system. In this week’s episode, we discuss the stigma surrounding personality disorder, which can often manifest itself in high …
 
Personality disorder is often referred to as the “Cinderella” diagnosis of mental health. Around 1 in 20 people is estimated to have a personality disorder, and it is a neglected and under-resourced area of our healthcare system. In this week’s episode, we discuss the stigma surrounding personality disorder, which can often manifest itself in high …
 
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