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#GERIonICE helps rehab & fitness pros get results with older adults. Brought to you by the Institute of Clinical Excellence, tune in to hear pertinent geriatric discussions, relevant research, & treatment ideas. Good for Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Assistants, Students, New Grads, Seasoned Veterans, Geriatricians, & Fitness Professionals. Find out more at PTonICE.com
 
FOXcast OT: the podcast for clinicians made by clinicians. It’s brought to you by FOX Rehabilitation. Find out more at foxrehab.org. The purpose of our show is to have professional conversations about OT for older adults. (Tim Fox, PT, DPT, GCS | License #40QA00702100 | 7 Carnegie Plaza Cherry Hill, NJ 08003 | 877-407-3422)
 
FOXcast SLP: a podcast for clinicians made by clinicians. It’s brought to you by FOX Rehabilitation. Find out more at foxrehab.org. The purpose of our show is to have professional conversations about SLP for older adults. (Tim Fox, PT, DPT, GCS | License #40QA00702100 | 7 Carnegie Plaza Cherry Hill, NJ 08003 | 877-407-3422)
 
FOXcast PT: the podcast for clinicians made by clinicians. It’s brought to you by FOX Rehabilitation. Find out more at foxrehab.org. The purpose of our show is to have professional conversations about PT for older adults. (Tim Fox, PT, DPT, GCS | License #40QA00702100 | 7 Carnegie Plaza Cherry Hill, NJ 08003 | 877-407-3422)
 
You're Kidding, Right is a podcast by two junior doctors for everything you need to know about paediatrics (or "pediatrics" if you like more bang for your buck from letters). Each week we release an episode on key topics that will help you understand how our littlest patients work. Whether you're a junior doctor, medical student, nursing grad, general practice trainee or anyone who wants to learn the who, what, when, where and how of kids, we will do our very best to make your learning a lit ...
 
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With the clocks going forward, it’s got Gemma excited about the start of spring and thinking all about new beginnings - including her new pink house. Plus, The GC answers listener dilemmas around dealing with anxiety and is invited to give her ultimate iconic diva quote for a school yearbook. And Radio 1’s very own Rickie, Melvin and Charlie are in…
 
The age at which a person becomes an ‘adult’ in Australia is 18 years. Consent for the medical treatment of patients less than 18 years of age is generally provided by parents. However, there are circumstances in which patients under the age of 18 can consent to their own medical treatment, which we will talk about in this episode! Follow us on Ins…
 
Aging can be about losing control and power - how do we change that? with Christina Prevett If you want more #GeriPT related content, join the MMOA Digest! Bi-Weekly email jam-packed with relevant research, podcasts, & posts that will help you in your work - https://institute-of-clinical-excellence.ck.page/a3837f54b7…
 
Osteomyelitis is more common in children than it is in adults. Although it can present quite subtly to begin with, it is an important differential to keep in mind. The median age of affected children is 6 years, and cases are usually haematogenous in origin. Antibiotics are the mainstay of treatment, but in some cases, surgical debridement or even …
 
Hydrocoeles in babies are a common finding - up to 1 in 10 boys have one at birth! The pathogenesis is similar to that of inguinal hernias - the failure of the processus vaginalis to close following the descent of the testes. However in hydrocoeles, only fluid descends through the processus vaginalis, no other abdominal content. Most of the time, h…
 
The GC gives us a peek into her healthy new regime, including her motivational mottos to get her up early and exercising, as well as creative ways to keep fit without going to the gym. Plus, Gemma answers listener dilemmas about body confidence and offers advice to an aspiring actress, while comedian Joe Lycett is the latest star name in The GC’s C…
 
Idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH, occasionally called pseudotumour cerebri or benign intracranial hypertension) is a condition characterised by features of raised intracranial pressure without any other cause identified. The main complication is progressive vision loss. In this episode we discuss presentation, diagnosis and treatment. Foll…
 
Interview with Lesley Fair – Senior Attorney with the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Consumer Protection – Broadband Benefit Program – Episode 117 – IP Fridays URL mentioned in the news section: https://www.fcc.gov/broadbandbenefit Nicholas Rivera contributed to thenews segment. His bio is at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thenickrivera/ FTC Bl…
 
Patients with age-related hearing loss or presbycusis need specialized support from their clinicians. Learn how to spot the signs and adjust your treatment. Listen: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | Other Android Apps Read Shannon Stock’s full article here.By FOX Rehabilitation
 
We use midazolam a lot for procedural sedation in kids. It is a benzodiazepine medication. It has sedative, anxiolytic and amnesic effects - i.e. if it works well, it usually makes the patient a bit sleepy, less anxious, and they often don’t remember the procedure. It does NOT have analgesic effects, so you will often use some kind of analgesia for…
 
In geriatrics, there are so many different chronic conditions that we have to consider in our plans of care. While we consider what to avoid, not strain or stress... do we consider how to TREAT these conditions? How to IMPROVE bone mineral density instead of not make it worse? How to improve cardiovascular function etc? Want to make sure you stay o…
 
Constipation is a very common presentation in children - 1 in 3 children will have constipation at some point. Most kids pass a soft bowel action at least once every 2-3 days. Most cases of constipation are functional constipation, but there are a number of important differentials to consider. Treatment takes at least as long as the child has been …
 
It’s the JournalFeed Podcast for the week of Mar 15-19, 2021. We cover COVID-19 myocarditis among college athletes, VA ECMO for massive PE, risk of EMS transport refusal after naloxone, a meta-analysis of TXA for trauma, and the downside of resident self-assignment of patients - a.k.a. cherry picking.…
 
Cognitive programs with goal-oriented training are based on the most meaningful activities to the patient. Learn where to get started. Listen: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | Other Android Apps Read Shannon Stock’s full article here.By FOX Rehabilitation
 
Inguinal hernias are an important differential for hydrocoeles in baby boys - but don't be fooled, they do less commonly occur in girls too. They are caused by a persistent processus vaginalis, which usually closes in the 28th week of gestation once the testes have gone through in boys. Every patient with an inguinal hernia requires review by a pae…
 
National Panda Day has got Gemma thinking about how she can land a job as a Panda Cuddler (it’s a real job) and she turns to an expert for advice. Plus, The GC answers listener dilemmas around peer pressure and her tips for being a top auntie, while DJ Trevor Nelson is in her Celebrity Dilemma hotseat this week - and turns to Gemma with a pooch pro…
 
Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia is the most common childhood cancer. It is a blood cancer in which the cells that normally develop into lymphocytes mutate and become cancerous and rapidly replace normal cells in the bone marrow. People may have symptoms, such as fever, weakness, and paleness, because they have too few normal blood cells. Full blood c…
 
It’s the JournalFeed Podcast for the week of Mar 8-12, 2021. We cover the physiologically difficult airway, which video laryngoscope is best, the correlation of body temperature with heart rate, the superiority of the Canadian TIA score over ABCD2, and a revisit of the Ten Commandment of Emergency Medicine.…
 
Becoming a better health care provider relies on understanding (and growing comfortable with the concepts of) diversity, equity, and inclusion. Listen: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | Other Android Apps Read Stephanie Long’s full article here.By FOX Rehabilitation
 
Gemma answers celebrity dilemmas ahead of Red Nose Day on March 19 and reveals the fabulous women who inspire her in honour of International Women’s Day. What advice will The GC give to one of Radio 1’s queens of the airwaves, a well-known comedian and her daughter, and a king of daytime TV? Don’t forgot to head to BBC Sounds to hear more from the …
 
The glasgow coma scale is used all the time to assess the level of consciousness of a patient (especially for those with acute head injury). We give a patient a score out of 15 depending on their motor response, their verbal response and the eye response. There are 6 possible points for motor, 5 for voice and 4 for eyes. The higher the score, the b…
 
Using the body mechanics you show to your patients, home health clinicians can prevent or reduce personal injury. Learn how to apply what you already know. Listen: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | Other Android Apps Read Donna Cifuni’s full article here.By FOX Rehabilitation
 
Using the body mechanics you show to your patients, home health clinicians can prevent or reduce personal injury. Learn how to apply what you already know. Listen: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | Other Android Apps Read Donna Cifuni’s full article here.By FOX Rehabilitation
 
Intense Strength Training Does NOT Ease Knee Pain with Dustin Jones Want more #GeriPT info related to your practice? Check out our MMOA Digest - bi-weekly email jam-packed with helpful research, podcasts, videos, & any relevant material for your practice - https://institute-of-clinical-excellence.ck.page/a3837f54b7…
 
Pertussis, also known as whooping cough and the 100 day cough, is caused by a bacterial infection. The usual pathogen is Bordetella pertussis, but can also be Bordetella parapertussis. Vaccinations worldwide have overall decreased mortality – prior to vaccination, pertussis was the leading cause of death from communicable disease among US children…
 
Interview with Christian Reinders – Chief IP Counsel of Dräxlmaier – Information about Counterfeit Goods – EPO Videoconferencing – Episode 116 – IP Fridays The post Interview with Christian Reinders – Chief IP Counsel of Dräxlmaier – Information about Counterfeit Goods – EPO Videoconferencing – Episode 116 – IP Fridays first appeared on IP Fridays …
 
Bradycardia during sleep is a physiological phenomenon related to increased vagal tone. In the absence of red flags, it does not require investigation. You don’t want to miss: Why bradycardia in sleep happens Explaining the condition to families Red flags to watch for and when to investigate Links and resources: Follow us on Instagram @yourekidding…
 
What happens when someone's FEARS are confronted with thoughtful, properly dosed LOAD? Join MMOA Faculty, Dustin Jones, as he discusses navigating this common yet complex situation. Want more #GeriPT info for your practice? Sign up for our free MMOA Digest! https://institute-of-clinical-excellence.ck.page/a3837f54b7…
 
Phenylketonuria (PKU) is the most common inborn error of metabolism. It is an autosomal recessive condition caused by a disorder of metabolism of an amino acid called phenylalanine. It leads to build up of phenylalanine in the body which can have serious effects on brain development. Children with PKU can grow and develop normally, if they are care…
 
The benefits of exercising during COVID-19 can bolster patients’ immune systems and better their response to vaccines. Learn what tips clinicians can offer. Listen: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | Other Android Apps Read Joshua Middlecamp’s full article here.By FOX Rehabilitation
 
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