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New for '22... Join Silas and Jonny as they discuss medical cases. Hopefully educational, but we promise nothing! Brought to you by PREMED. All views expressed herein are those of the hosts or guest(s) and do not necessarily represent the views of their respective employers or affiliate organisations.
 
Brought to you by a partnership that transcends the 49th parallel. Join Adam Thomas and Josh Farkas in the podcast that accompanies The Internet Book of Critical Care. The IBCC podcast will explore key points in each chapter. Initially the release of podcasts may lag a bit behind the chapters for logistic reasons. However, our goal is to eventually have a podcast for each chapter. Subsequently, the podcast will discuss updates to the IBCC based on new evidence.
 
"Heavy lies the crown" is a common misquote of "uneasy lies the head that wears a crown" from Shakespeare's Henry IV, Part 2. It refers to the responsibility and insecurity of governing an entire kingdom. Likewise, "heavy lies the helmet" refers to the responsibility we face as critical care transport providers working in an autonomous and often unpredictable environment. Our minds are eased with education that better prepares us for any situation that we may encounter. That is exactly what ...
 
The goal of the Neurocritical Care Society Podcast is to summarize some of the latest content and cutting edge research published in the journal, Neurocritical Care, official journal of the Neurocritical Care Society. Episodes are produced regularly and feature interviews with the top researchers around the world in the fields of neurology, critical care, and neurosurgery.
 
The Art of Emergency Medicine podcast is an effort to help and inspire trainees of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) to put their best foot forward and progress through the program. We achieve this by covering various training issues and exam topics focussed on SAQ and OSCE questions. Abrar and Kishan – FACEM and Advanced Trainee respectively, form the core of our creative team, based in Melbourne, Australia. We hope you enjoy it!
 
Hosted by Dr. Bob John, a member of the PPAG Board of Directors, PPAG Conversations is the official Podcast of the Pediatric Pharmacy Association. PPAG Conversations highlights current topics in pediatric and neonatal critical care, general pediatrics, and hematology/oncology.
 
Bridging the gap between literature and practice in pediatric intensive care. Featuring guests from around the world and pediatric intensive care specialists Greg Kelly (Westmead Children's Hospital Sydney), Peta Alexander (Boston Children's Hospital) and Mike Clifford (Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne) Pediatrica intensiva won’t tell you the answers, because no one knows what they are, but we can give you a chance to hear respected experts talk about what they actually do with some of th ...
 
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In this special two-part series, we record a live episode at the International Anesthesia Research Society meeting. Dr. Dan Saddawi-Konefka and I revisit a question from our very first Depth of Anesthesia episode: is it necessary to confirm mask ventilation before paralyzing? Supporting graphics are available at depthofanesthesia.com and on our Ins…
 
In this special two-part series, we record a live episode at the International Anesthesia Research Society meeting. Dr. Dan Saddawi-Konefka and I revisit a question from our very first Depth of Anesthesia episode: is it necessary to confirm mask ventilation before paralyzing? Supporting graphics are available at depthofanesthesia.com and on our Ins…
 
Mores lies! But this time, we focus on empirical use of spinal immobilization devices and the harm associated with them. The dogma surrounding this topic is staggering, to say the least. From EMS agencies to Level 1 tertiary centers, cervical collars and long spine boards (LSB) remain a "standard" predicated on a lack of evidence. What evidence DO …
 
Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) is a common metabolic disorder, particularly in the pediatric population. If treated inappropriately, these patients can quickly decompensate to the point of hypovolemic shock, acute respiratory failure, and even cerebral herniation. What are the physiological differences behind DKA verses HHS (Hyperglycemic Hyperosmolar…
 
On this month's NCS Podcast Series episode, Andrew Bauerschmidt interviewed Lindsey Gurin in her recent article, “Early Neurorehabilitation and Recovery from Disorders of Consciousness After Severe COVID-19”. NCS offers free CE credits for the NCS Podcast Series episodes. Listen to any of the posted episodes, complete a five question survey, and cl…
 
In this beast of a 53 minute podcast, we tackle the approach to prognosticating neurologic function of our patients after cardiac arrest. This is hard! As Dick Cheney taught us, there are lots of known and unknown-unknowns. Read through the chapter, then come listen to all things: nuances around confounders, using structural and functional tests. H…
 
There are a lot of "lies"/misunderstandings surrounding appropriate use of paralytics AKA neuromuscular blocking agents (NMBAs). When are these medications truly indicated? How do we appropriately administer them? How do we accurately monitor these patients? And how do we reverse the effects of NMBAs? Tune in to another pharmacologically driven pod…
 
This month, Drs. Juan Perez- Barcena and Juan Pablo de Rivero Vaccari are interviewed by Dr. Jon Rosenberg on their recent article, “Serum Caspase-1 as an Independent Prognostic Factor in Traumatic Brain Injured Patients.” NCS offers free CE credits for the NCS Podcast Series episodes. Listen to any of the posted episodes, complete a five question …
 
We discuss a potential question here on Cord Syndromes delving into the different types of syndromes and their aetiologies (more possible answers revealed in the SAQ document), clinical features and prognosis. We then progress potential questions into neurogenic vs spinal shock along with management of one such critically unwell patient. The SAQ st…
 
Dr. Ben Weaver and Dr. Elisa Walsh (@elisacwalsh) from Massachusetts General Hospital join the show to discuss the literature around the infectious risk of arterial catheters and the role of barrier precautions. This is the first episode produced from a new podcast elective that’s available to MGH anesthesia residents. Special thanks to Dr. Saddawi…
 
The clotting cascade, particularly in the context of anti-coagulation reversal can be complex to understand. Unfortunately, many of our patients are on anti-coagulation agents that require reversal in the presence of life-threatening hemorrhage. How do we choose the most appropriate agent based on which step of the coagulation cascade that it antag…
 
In this episode we cover the rare but important driver of your patients respiratory failure: Pneumocystis Jiroveci Pneumonia. Come listen to why you should always delineate HIV status, how to approach patient workup and treatment via an invasive and non invasive manner, and why heatwaves is just a sick song.…
 
Which is the lesser evil, opioid or naloxone overdose? To avoid adverse effects, how should we be administering naloxone in the presence of opioid overdose? In this podcast episode, we are joined by Dr. Arne Skulberg, anesthesiologist and lead author, to discuss his recently published RCT comparing intranasal with intramuscular naloxone. We highlig…
 
Its here! The podcast you've all been waiting for but didn't know it! Thank you to our anonymous case contributor, and to everyone who got involved on SoMe with the #MysteryDiagnosis. If you want to submit a case for a future episode, or have any questions, concerns, or feedback, please get in touch at podcast@prem-ed.com J&S x References: STE in a…
 
An incapacitated pilot scenario is an unfortunate but potential reality of working in rotor and fixed wing EMS. What do you do as medical crew members if your pilot becomes incapacitated? What training and capabilities do you have to revive the pilot and/or get the aircraft on the ground? Do some Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT) incidents actu…
 
Dr. Jon Rosenberg interviews Dr. Schjørring on his recent article, “Lower or Higher Oxygenation Targets for Acute Hypoxemic Respiratory Failure.” NCS offers free CE credits for the NCS Podcast Series episodes. Listen to any of the posted episodes, complete a five question survey, and claim your credits here! Credits are available for physicians, ph…
 
Transport of patients with ongoing CPR to the correct treatment center is a high risk but potentially lifesaving intervention. Mechanical CPR (mCPR) devices are recommended to reduce risk and maintain chest compression quality. However, such transports have inherent pitfalls to both patient and provider safety. This is a poorly studied field of our…
 
Dr. Bryan Glezerson (@BryanGlezerson), a neuroanesthesiologist in Montreal, Canada, joins the show to discuss the literature around BIS monitoring and awareness with recall under general anesthesia. Special thanks to Dr. Ashwini Joshi for her assistance with researching for the episode. Thanks for listening! If you enjoy our content, leave a 5-star…
 
Ventricular Assist Devices (VAD) come in many shapes and sizes. From right to left, extracorporeal to intracorporeal, pulsatile to continuous - It can be confusing. Join us for a podcast episode where Allen Wolfe clarifies the confusion and gives us the maximum amount of knowledge we need to succeed while taking care of these patients. Get CE hours…
 
On this month's episode, Dr. Lauren Koffman interviews Drs. Victor Urrutia and Roland Faigle on their recent article, “Low-Intensity Monitoring After Stroke Thrombolysis During the COVID-19 Pandemic.” NCS offers free CE credits for the NCS Podcast Series episodes. Listen to any of the posted episodes, complete a five question survey, and claim your…
 
The NCS Podcast Series is collaborating with the NCS Advanced Practice Provider Leadership Section to launch the NCS APP Podcast Mini-Series. David Carpenter, PA at Emory University is interviewed by Chris Reeves, MSN, APRN at Massachusetts General Hospital, today to discuss the role of APP Billing & Coding in Critical Care. Find more Resources for…
 
Dr. Marc Simard is interviewed by Dr. Jon Rosenburg on his recent article titled, “Low-dose intravenous heparin infusion in patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage: a preliminary assessment.” NCS offers free CE credits for the NCS Podcast Series episodes. Listen to any of the posted episodes, complete a five question survey, and claim your…
 
If "you can't handle the truth", you can't handle a mentor. Mentors come in the form of leaders, educators, guides, and advisors to help you with honest self-reflection in order to improve yourself and your practice. Join us from AMTC21 where we discuss the importance of this arrangement with our close friends and fellow mentors, Adam Tresidder and…
 
Dr. Andrew Bauerschmidt interviews Dr. Nerissa U. Ko about her presentation, "INCC Keynote: NCS Journey from WINCC to INCC: Revisiting the Role of Professional Medical Societies in Healthcare Diversity" from the NCS Annual Meeting. The NCS Podcast is the official podcast of the Neurocritical Care Society. Our senior producer is Bonnie Rossow. Our h…
 
Dr. Andrew Bauerschmidt interviews Dr. H. Alex Choi about his presentation, "SAHRANG: Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Recovery and Galantamine- A pilot multicenter randomized placebo controlled trial" from the NCS Annual Meeting. The NCS Podcast is the official podcast of the Neurocritical Care Society. Our senior producer is Bonnie Rossow. Our host is Faw…
 
Dr. Andrew Bauerschmidt interviews Dr. Karen Berger about her presentation, "Systematic Review of Tranexamic Acid for the Treatment of TBI" from the NCS Annual Meeting. The NCS Podcast is the official podcast of the Neurocritical Care Society. Our senior producer is Bonnie Rossow. Our host is Fawaz Almufti, and our production staff includes Tareq S…
 
We're back... maybe by popular demand? In this episode, we cover those two phenotypes of acute pulmonary edema: the hyper-acute sympathetic crashing acute pulmonary edema (SCAPE) patient, versus that fluid overload sub acute pulmonary edema (FOSPE). Come listen to all things NIV, nitro, and soothing calm clinical approach.…
 
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