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Welcome to the SMFM Podcast Series! The SMFM podcast will include an array of topics that touch the MFM world including Congenital Heart Disease, Mental Illness, 3D Ultrasound, preventing Burnout and more. New episodes are released monthly. If you would like to submit a discussion topic, leave a comment, or are interested in being a guest on the podcast, please contact Gabbie Taylor at gtaylor@smfm.org.
 
If you came here expecting just another FOAMed-type of podcast, you have come to the wrong place. If you remember back to the show "Seinfeld," you will recall that George and Jerry pitched a new pilot show to NBC. Their idea? A show about nothing. That's right. Nothing. And...that's exactly why that show was so popular. It was a show about nothing. They discussed the nitty gritty aspects of life that you just couldn't get on other shows. We have modeled the Wildcast EM podcast after Seinfeld ...
 
These are the talks recorded live at the last SMACC in 2019. Coda 2020 is set to explode outside Critical Care, and include everyone in healthcare industry. Coming to Melbourne 28.09-02.10.2020, it is the festival of learning you cannot afford to miss. For more information go: codachange.org
 
What is an EM Stud? 1. A medical student with the drive and determination to learn as much as possible about Emergency Medicine. 2. A medical student who's knowledge, compassion, and work ethic is above and beyond the rest. 3. A medical student who will one day become a great emergency physician. 4. A new podcast for EM Studs brought to you by folks in the Department of Emergency Medicine at VCU.
 
The Pediatric POCUS Podcast explores the science, practice, and innovations of pediatric point-of-care ultrasound in and out of the emergency department. Featuring cutting-edge literature review, best practice summaries, and expert interviews where guests discuss their projects and passions. Our goal is to connect and inform pediatric POCUS enthusiasts and encourage them to engage with the community at-large.
 
Dr. Kahn fights for your health every week with his unique brand of eastern and western medicine focusing on wellness of mind, body and spirit. Each month he will interview a Health Hero and how their journey can help you find wellness, discuss with a leader in heart disease how to reverse heart disease, talk to leaders in the food movement for health, and review the science that can take you to a new level. He is known internationally as the heart doctor not afraid to take on the giants and ...
 
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Last week I shared with you a conversation I had with Dr. Resa Lewiss on the importance of mentoring. (In case you missed it, Dr. Lewiss is an amazing individual! She is a practicing emergency physician/Professor of Emergency Medicine who works in Philadelphia, is the creator of The Visible Voices podcast and is one of the founding members of TIME’…
 
Imaging a heart is both crucial and challenging, but Caption Health has fine-tuned artificial intelligence healthcare to make ultrasound imaging more precise, more accessible, and more efficient. Listen in as their CTO describes What the biggest challenges are in achieving high-quality, informative ultrasounds, How the Caption AI ultrasound meets t…
 
We are back for Part 2 of this raucous jamboree! Creagh, Mike, and the gang from Denver Health Ultrasound continue sounding the depths of the article on optic nerve sheath diameter in patients with elevated intracranial pressure. There are more lessons learned about general principles in dissecting POCUS articles. This is Part 2 of 2 episodes!https…
 
How do you know if your arteries are progressing in a youthful pattern or are aging at an accelerated rate? The heart calcium CT scan is important once but involves radiation. This week Dr. Kahn discusses how he uses a special digital ultrasound of the carotid arteries (CIMT) at the Kahn Center. Cases of age reversal are presented. You can track yo…
 
Digital stethoscopes, otoscopes, home hemodialysis programs, video conferencing, electronic consults…you name it: digital healthcare technologies are being delivered to patients who would otherwise face significant challenges accessing the care they need for managing chronic conditions. Press play to discover: How biometric data can be transmitted …
 
How many stars in the sky? Gaia astronomer Timo Prusti is more qualified than most to posit an answer. He helps manage the project undertaken by the ESA mission space lab called Gaia—to measure the position of almost 2 million stars—and talks about the far-reaching implications and space exploration benefits. Listen and learn How the mechanics of t…
 
Dr. Daniel Geschwind Bio: Dr. Geschwind is the Gordon and Virginia MacDonald Distinguished Professor of Human Genetics, Neurology and Psychiatry at UCLA. In his capacity as Senior Associate Dean and Associate Vice Chancellor of Precision Health, he leads the Institute for Precision Health (IPH) at UCLA, where he oversees campus precision health ini…
 
You are eating well, sleeping, and working out but you can’t drop that last 20 pounds. Could it be plastics in your life and in your body? This week, Dr. Kahn reviews the role of endocrine-disrupting chemicals (xenoestrogens) on health and disease. Strategies to avoid them are reviewed. Living a low plastic life is essential. Learn more on this edi…
 
Dr. Matthew Burke received his bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College and his medical degree from Albany Medical College. He completed his family medicine residency at Brown University and, through the Robert Graham Center in Washington, D.C., subsequently completed a fellowship in primary care health policy at Georgetown University. Since then, …
 
Amanda has a smoothie. Ken has a large head. Josh needs ten minutes. Everyone gets ready to become Good People. Spend your Afternoons with Josh, Macuga, Amanda Macuga and Ken Napzok - it's a silly look at a serious world! We're on Cameo! Follow! Ken Napzok - Order his new book We Love Star Wars: The Great Moments That Built A Galaxy, Far Far Away J…
 
In this episode, we chat with Thunderbird graduate Jesse Randall of Sweater Ventures. https://www.sweaterventures.com/ https://summit.foundersaga.com/ https://guidely.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/deviantstrat/ Euro Digital Partners: Find our articles on the web at eurodigitalpartners.com/insights And to comment or suggest guests and topics for …
 
Do you think that intense, beneficial states of flow are only for extreme athletes? Not true, says Steven Kotler. In fact, we all have the tools for this process that leads to human performance optimization. He discusses his new book about human performance impact factors, offering key steps in this conversation. Listen and learn How an experience …
 
Diagnosed just a few weeks past her eight birthday, it wasn't until she was an adult that she realized how isolated she had always felt as a result of being a diabetic. She and another type 1 had befriended each other, and after talking about diabetes type 1 diet and exercise types, they realized that combing forces and sharing information might he…
 
"This is the worse superbug you can get," said her husband's doctors when diagnosing him with a life-threatening multidrug resistant bacterial infection. But Steffanie Strathdee put her research skills to work and eventually was able to convince doctors to treat him with an experimental phage therapy that ended up saving his life. Listen and learn …
 
Full article: https://www.ajronline.org/doi/abs/10.2214/AJR.20.24758 Kerem Ozturk, MD discusses why awareness of early chest CT findings is required for early detection and accurate diagnosis of immune checkpoint inhibitor therapy-related adverse events such as pneumonitis, new consolidation, worsening thoracic tumor burden, pleural/pericardial eff…
 
Full article: https://www.ajronline.org/doi/abs/10.2214/AJR.20.24536 Tyler Richards, MD discusses an AJR article that found no significant increase in the intrinsic T1 signal in the globus pallidus and dentate nucleus after more than 10 administrations of gadobutrol in pediatric patients compared to matched-age gadolinium naïve control and discussi…
 
Uganda bans Twitter for meddling in the elections, we look back over the Ugandan Knuckles meme, Trump nominated a racist to his woke team to head the civil rights division (!), Arnold Schwarzenegger compares Capitol Hill riots to Krystalnacht and finally my top-5 Arnold Schwarzenegger quotes. Support the show (http://patreon.com/johnnymassacre)…
 
Take Home Points Nausea and Vomiting has an exceedingly large differential – don’t just anchor on GI presentations H&P important – Duration, frequency, content, and associated symptoms Alcohol swab -> If no line and want quick treatment give swab Ondansetron -> oral you can give without hesitation but if giving IV check QTC / electrolytes and give …
 
#Trump speaks for the first time since the Capitol Hill controversy, and #Twitter stock tanks with the announcement their Trump has been banned from their platform. #Elon Musk chimes in on the censorship controversy with a meme. And finally – video-game news in the form of a new Indiana Jones title by #Bethesda and Super #Mario 3D World: Bowser's F…
 
How many podcasters does it take to evaluate the modern science field? Well, this conversation presents an intriguing attempt by two to do just that. Richard and Dr. Kat Arney touch on everything from the tangle of the publication field to the ecology of the cell. Listen and learn How she approaches the history of genetics in her Genetics Unzipped …
 
Volume 26 Issue 1, February 2021 Dave Pechter discusses the February SLAS Technology Special Collection AI in Process Automation with Guest Editor Cenk Undey (Amgen), which includes the following papers: Artificial Intelligence Effecting a Paradigm Shift in Drug Development by Masturah Bte Mohd Abdul Rashid Artificial Intelligence (AI) to the Rescu…
 
Recognizing where we are on our journey of acquiring knowledge can build our confidence and keep us off of mount stupid. Read our blog on the Dunning Kruger effect: https://onlinepethealth-info.com/?s=dunning+kruger+effect To learn about Onlinepethealth, watch a free webinar, or join any of our Facebook groups, click here: https://linktr.ee/vetreha…
 
In this episode of Medtech Matters, a podcast focused on the medical device manufacturing industry and the factors impacting it, we speak with Liane Teplitsky, vice president and worldwide general manager of robotics at Zimmer Biomet. She provides some background on how we arrived at where we are today, what’s driving the robotic surgery movement, …
 
Over the past century, one virus has been responsible for the death of over 100 million trees in the world, posing an agricultural problem particularly in regions of Asia, South America, and South Africa; this virus is called Citrus tristeza virus (CTV). Press play to learn about it, and discover the following: What role aphids play in the transmis…
 
In Episode 169: Range of Motion-Function over Perfection I throw in a little perspective for therapy students and new grad therapists regarding how hard to push patients when stretching them, what the ultimate goal is, understanding the patients true ROM and much more! Get our NEW downloadable 1.5 hour shoulder anatomy with cadaver dissection lectu…
 
Honey bees are one of the most fascinating and complex social organisms on our planet. Scientists like Gene Robinson research how their genomics play a central role in this behavior and how their environment in turn affects their genes. Listen and learn How the honey bee colony is surprisingly flexible and adaptive to changes in numbers and situati…
 
Find what you’re capable of doing, and double down on it until you do it well…and also, always try to get along with other people. These were the two primary lessons David Olney learned during his early childhood. These lessons could probably benefit any typical person, but Olney certainly learned them in an atypical way. Born with only five percen…
 
Background: Current trauma resuscitation prioritizes control of bleeding and uses massive transfusion protocols to prevent and treat coagulopathy. This is typically done in the form of massive transfusion protocols delivered in proportions that approach the composition of whole blood. Two strategies to help guide this replacement of blood products …
 
Cardiac arrest physiology is an emerging field of research that may allow us to better understand why clinical trials of cardiac arrest have been so frustrating, why epinephrine doesn’t work, and how we can potentially do better in the future by augmenting blood flow and programming the cells with ischemic conditioning. For more head to: codachange…
 
Even in the wind-swept, mountainous regions of Himalaya, ants move forward in their rugged life cycles. Dr. Himender Bharti shares how these ants survive in such areas, including the molecular phylogeny and the chemical ecology of ants that must reproduce in very short warm seasons. Listen and learn Why he describes ants as sitting at the "pinnacle…
 
That grey fuzz you find on your strawberries after a day or two in the fridge has researchers busy in the lab. White and grey molds often harm crops and Shinyi Marzano is working to inhibit these pathogens that often strike greenhouse crops like lettuce, tomatoes, and strawberries. Listen and learn How her work zeros in on the arms race between pla…
 
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