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Lectures and discussions to help meet the continuing education needs of physicians and other healthcare professionals involved in neonatal, cardiology, pediatric, obstetric and maternal-fetal medicine. These podcasts are presented through Pediatrix University by the The Center for Research, Education and Quality.The Grand Rounds forum provides topics in neonatal-perinatal medicine. Educational activities offer a combined slide and audio presentation, as well as mp3, mp4, and a non-audio opti ...
 
Grand Rounds, a staple of American medical education for more than 100 years, spans every field of clinical practice. It is a master class on the art and science of medicine, delivered by renowned clinicians in academic settings nationwide. Yet in today's practice, where time is an all-too precious commodity, regular attendance at Grand Rounds sessions has become increasingly difficult. In response to this challenge, ReachMD brings the lecture hall to you, with these outstanding talks from t ...
 
ER-Rx is a podcast dedicated to informing emergency room/ intensive care unit physicians, residents, pharmacists, advanced practice providers, and nurses on appropriate and optimal use of medications. This podcast will provide laid-back, fun, useful information in easily digestible portions. Tune in each week as we review recently-published guidelines and studies, answer medication-related questions, present "Grand Rounds" on a wide variety of clinical topics, and enjoy "An Expert Talks" whe ...
 
As part of our mission to end cardiovascular disease, The Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation offers weekly cardiology Grand Rounds to stay up-to-date on the latest developments in cardiology. These weekly meetings feature topics from the following cardiac specialty areas: congestive heart failure, electrophysiology, cardiac imaging, interventional cardiology, heart disease prevention, cardiac surgery, vascular/endovascular and miscellaneous.
 
Lectures and discussions to help meet the continuing education needs of physicians and other healthcare professionals involved in neonatal, cardiology, pediatric, obstetric and maternal-fetal medicine. These podcasts are presented through Pediatrix University by the The Center for Research, Education and Quality. The Grand Rounds forum provides topics in neonatal-perinatal medicine. Educational activities offer a combined slide and audio presentation, as well as mp3, mp4, and a non-audio opt ...
 
Colton Pouncy and Chris Vannini discuss the latest on Michigan State football. Colton brings the insight straight from East Lansing, while Chris brings the historical perspective from Texas. From Mark Dantonio to Sparty to a bite on Grand River Ave., let’s have some fun on the banks of the Red Cedar.
 
“Stage Left: The Podcast” is a bi-monthly podcast featuring lively and engaging conversations with New York’s younger and underrepresented theatre critics and journalists about the latest and most noteworthy productions on Broadway and beyond. Anchored by Rob Russo—founder and writer of Stage Left and co-host of The Fabulous Invalid—each episode features an in-depth roundtable discussion with a rotating roster of guest panelists with the mission of broadening the cultural discussion to eleva ...
 
Balanced and beautiful. Find out how to look, feel and be your very best! The Nubry Nude Podcast strips down to the bottom of all things exceptional. A must for anyone wanting to lead a kick-ass life! Incredible interviews w/ entrepreneurs, female leaders, wellness gurus and beauty experts. This is a super well-rounded lifestyle podcast by sisters Britt and Gretchen Hackmann of women's lifestyle brand, Nubry. Listen to wellness conversations, beauty and mom stuff, how to succeed in entrepren ...
 
The Quiztastic four is a weekly quiz podcast where contestants come on to face 4 rounds of questions. The four best contestants from each season will face on in a finals bracket to be the Quiztastic 4 Champion! To help each contestant they will have 4 Quiztastic Performance Enhancers they can use and amongst three general knowledge rounds they will be allowed to pick a specialist subject for one round. Listen in and find out who will set the best scores, also if you would like to take part a ...
 
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The Law of Attraction Book Club continues as we dive into Joshua's first book - A Perception of Reality. Chapter 2 is all about feelings, emotions and thoughts. This will change your idea of where thoughts come from, what your emotions are telling you, and the creative power of your feelings. I read these two sections and then the roundtable gang j…
 
In Part 2 of this "Mini Grand Rounds" series, we discuss hyperinfection syndrome and its treatment with ivermectin. Please click HERE to leave a review of the podcast! References: All references for Episode 40 and Episode 41 are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDi Adis Keric
 
The Law of Attraction Book Club continues as we dive into Joshua's first book - A Perception of Reality. In this episode, I read the first section of Chapter 2 - Emotions, Feelings and Thoughts and then the gang joins me for a fun conversation. In this section, Joshua explains how your emotions are your guide to creating the life of your dreams and…
 
Dr. Jamie Coleman from Denver Health joins us on Rounds to share her insights and knowledge surrounding wellness, sleep, and stress among surgeons and frontline workers. From healthy pre-call preparation and tips on healthy sleep hygiene to harnessing resilience and measuring the burden of unacknowledged mental health disorders on health care profe…
 
In Part 1 of this "Mini Grand Rounds" series, we discuss corticosteroid use in COVID as well as the pathogenesis of strongyloides. Please click HERE to leave a review of the podcast! References: All references for Episode 40 and Episode 41 are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDi Adis Keric
 
In this episode I read the last 2 sections of Chapter One of A Perception of Reality. Then, Tracy and I and the rest of the gang discuss these two sections. Please Subscribe to this podcast and leave a review. Please share it with your friends! For more Joshua info, click here. For information regarding Joshua's Unlimited Abundance Bootcamp, click …
 
We continue chapter one of A Perception of Reality. In this episode, I read the second and third parts of Chapter 1. Then Tracy and I along with the rest of the gang discuss what we've read. Please Subscribe to this podcast and leave a review. Please share it with your friends! For more Joshua info, click here. For information regarding Joshua's Un…
 
Dr. Martin Zielinski from the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, joins us on Rounds to discuss best practices in the management of bowel obstruction. In this episode, we review common etiologies for bowel obstruction, discuss the role of imaging, as well as the significance of clinical and radiographic findings on the likelihood of operative intervention.…
 
We continue with the Law of Attraction Book Club. In this episode, I read the first part of Chapter 1 of A Perception of Reality, Joshua's first book. Then Tracy and I along with the rest of the gang discuss what we've read. Please Subscribe to this podcast and leave a review. Please share it with your friends! For more Joshua info, click here. For…
 
The Law of Attraction Book Club is a new series we are kicking off today with Joshua's first book - A Perception of reality. Our first episode is the Introduction to the book. The introduction is read by me and then a group of Bootcampers joins Tracy and I as we discuss what has been read. It's a new way of listening to an audio book. You get to he…
 
This week, we review our medical group's experiences with using ECMO for refractory out-of-hospital cardiac arrests. Is this the future? References: Bartos JA, Frascone RJ, Conterato M, et al. The Minnesota mobile extracorporeal cardiopulmonary resuscitation consortium for treatment of out-of-hospital refractory ventricular fibrillation: program de…
 
In this follow-up episode to our discussion with Dr. Scott Weingart of EMCrit, we review the indications for performing a resuscitative thoracotomy, together with the potential application of a circulation first resuscitation strategy, and some intricacies regarding performing a surgical cricothyroidotomy.…
 
There were some pretty significant changes made to the CDC's treatment guidelines for gonococcal infections. Get a quick review here! References: Cyr S, Barbee L, Workowski KA, et al. Update to CDC’s treatment guidelines for gonococcal infection, 2020. MMWR. 2020; 69(50): 1911- 1916Di Adis Keric
 
Today is the Grand Conjunction of Saturn and Pluto. It's also the winter solstice and the date is 12/21/2020. There is tremendous and wonderful energy flowing to the planet right now. It is the energy of awakening. Joshua has brought forth a very powerful guided meditation that you may work with over the next few weeks. This will allow you to relea…
 
Is routine correction of hyperglycemia in the ER necessary? And if so, which agents and routes are recommended? Find out this week! References: Driver BE, Olives TD, Bischof, JE, et al. Discharge glucose is not associated with short-term adverse outcomes in emergency department patients with moderate to severe hyperglycemia. Ann Emerg Med. 2016; 68…
 
Dr. Walt Biffl from Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla joins us on Rounds to discuss the evolution of BCVI management from the early 1990s to present day. Topics discussed include screening criteria, the diagnostic approach and imaging modalities for accurately identifying these injuries in our blunt polytrauma pateints. Grading criteria, antithrom…
 
Jennifer Won is an amazing channel. After ending a long-term relationship and leaving a lucrative job at Facebook, Jennifer discovered she had a new talent; channeling. She has now radically altered to the course of her life to bring new ideas from the nonphysical to all of us. She will be part of the Chanel panel event on Saturday December, 19th a…
 
In part 2 of the cardiac arrest series, Dr. Rebecca Gragg, an ER pharmacist at a pediatric trauma center, discusses some key points from the 2020 PALS guidelines. References: Antevy, P. Handtevy method helps providers rapidly calculate pediatric drug dosages. JEMS. 2013; 8 (38). Available at: https://www.jems.com/2013/08/20/handtevy-method-helps-pr…
 
Alan Steinfeld is an author and the host of the Youtube Channel New Realities. He is an amazing interviewer himself and is wonderfully gifted in his understanding of the phenomena of channeling. He had a spiritual awakening moment in the audience of a JZ Knight workshop on the 1980's. This caused him to pursue an interest in spirituality over the l…
 
In part 1 of the cardiac arrest series, we review some key recommendations and clinical pearls from the 2020 adult BLS and ACLS guidelines. References: Panchal AR, Bartos JA, Cabanas JG, et al. Part 3: Adult Basic and Advanced Life Support: 2020 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Car…
 
David Strickel joins me as my guest today. David and I will be part of an amazing event called The Channel Panel. It will be a live streamed event on Saturday Dec. 19th and 20th. We will be joined by five other channels all answering questions from a live audience. Alan Steinfeld and Justin Land will the the hosts. To purchase your tickets got to: …
 
What is dual/double defibrillation? How does it work? Does it improve patient outcomes? Find out this week! References: Miraglia D, Miguel LA, Alonso W. Double defibrillation for refractory in- and out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: a systematic review and meta-analysis. J Emerg Med. 2020; 59 (4): 531-541 Panchal AR, Bartos JA, Cabanas JG, et al. Part…
 
What happens when/ if etomidate goes on shortage? Are methohexital or ketamine viable options for RSI in the ER? Find out this week. References: Farrell NM, Killius K, Kue R, et al. A comparison of etomidate, ketamine, and methohexital in emergency department rapid sequence intubation. J Emerg Med. 2020; 59(4): 508-514…
 
Jennie Gow presents a special bonus edition of the pod as Lewis Hamilton has equalled Michael Schumacher’s all-time record of seven drivers’ titles. You’ll hear from Felipe Massa - Schumacher’s former team-mate and Hamilton’s main title rival in 2008, Mercedes boss Toto Wolff and from the man himself, in what has been a defining year for Hamilton b…
 
Who should be primarily responsible for managing vascular injuries? Trauma surgery? Vascular surgery? BOTH?! In this episode, we join the teams from the highly successful Behind the Knife and Audible Bleeding Podcasts to discuss the importance of a collaborative approach to the management of vascular trauma in an era marked by a decrease in general…
 
In this episode, we discuss the pros and cons of the main antiplatelet agents used in the setting of ACS. Who comes out on top? References: Norgard NB, DiNicolantonio JJ. Clopidogrel, prasugrel, or ticagrelor? A practical guide to use of antiplatelet agents in patients with acute coronary syndromes. Postgrad Med. 2013; 125(4): 91-102 Thachil J. Ant…
 
Cindy Edison is the channel of Josef and hosts her own podcast called "The Teachings of Josef." This episode is actually a reply of the interview I did on her podcast a few weeks ago. It was a very cool experience because Josef makes appearances from time to time to answer some of my questions. I love receiving new perspectives! Please follow this …
 
The rate of IV magnesium administration depends on the particular indication, dose, and patient-specific factors. Tune in for more details. References: Kaye P, O’Sullivan I. The role of magnesium in the emergency department. Emerg Med J. 2002; 19: 288-291 Grissinger M. Avoiding patient harm from a magnesium bolus dose. P & T. 2014; 39(2): 81-82 Pre…
 
Author Andrew Kap joins Gary for a fun discussion all about the Law of Attraction. Andrew's best-selling book is titled The Last Law of Attraction Book You'll Ever Need to Read. The title caught my attention and I just had to find out more. It turns out Andrew is a super interesting guy and has some great insights I hadn't thought about until we me…
 
Dr. Joel Topf joins us on Rounds to discuss and review key concepts in the recognition and management of acute kidney injury (AKI) in the SICU. AKI is a common and morbid complication among hospitalized patients. Further, trauma and surgical patients, in particular, are at an increased risk for AKI due to the myriad of pre-, intra-, and postrenal i…
 
Days away from Halloween, we discuss a few common ER superstitions. Are they actually legit? Or do you belive the data? Your call. References: Brookfield CR, Phillips PPJ, Shorten RJ. Q fever- the superstition of avoiding the word “quiet” as a coping mechanism: randomized controlled non-inferiority trial. BMJ. 2019; 367: 16446 Lamb JN, Howard AJ, M…
 
Bradycardic? Hypotensive? Keep the agent discussed in this week's episode in mind when reviewing your patient's medication list. References: Rains J, Kesterson J. Ocular timolol as the causative agent for symptomatic bradycardia in an 89-year-old female. Am J Emerg Med. 2020; Article in Press Abbas SA, Hamadani SM, Ahmad U, et al. Ophthalmic timolo…
 
In Part 2 of this "Mini Grand Rounds" series, we discuss important side effects of ATII including thrombosis, especially in the setting of COVID. References: Celi A, Cianchetti S, Dell’Omo G, Pedrinelli R. Angiotensin II, tissue factor and the thrombotic paradox of hypertension. Expert Review Cardiovasc Therapy. 2010. 8 (12) Senchenkova EY, Russell…
 
In recognition of Sepsis Awareness Month, Dr. Matt Martin joins us once again on Rounds to discuss state-of-the-art sepsis management in 2020. Also joining us on Rounds is Dr. Vanessa Ho from MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio, who authored a recently published review paper in Surgical Infections earlier this year, "Sepsis 2019: What Sur…
 
In Part 1 of this "Mini Grand Rounds" series, we discuss Angiotensin II use for vasodilatory shock, reviewing the ATHOS-3 trial and real-world experiences. References: Khanna A, English SW, Wang XS, et al. Angiotensin II for the treatment of vasodilatory shock. NEJM. 2017; 377: 419-430 Farina N, Bixby A, Alaniz C. Angiotensin II brings more questio…
 
What are the 5 or 6 Ps? If you answered Pain, Pain, Pain, Pain, Pain, and Pain, you can go right ahead and skip this episode. Extremity compartment syndrome is an acute surgical emergency and requires a HIGH index of suspicion in order to make the diagnosis. Therapy consists of fasciotomy. If left untreated, numerous complications and sequelae may …
 
Captain Alexander Jolly and Captain Dave Fielding are commercial airline pilots. I met them through Project Wingman, a pandemic-induced collaboration between the UK aviation industry and the NHS. For the last few months they (along with a few of their colleagues) have been helping us train. Specifically, they are debriefing and writing up human fac…
 
Should we be giving procainamide to patients with atrial fibrillation/ flutter? We discuss two clinical trials that may give us some answers. References: Stiell IG, Clement CM, Symington C, et al. Emergency department use of intravenous procainamide for patients with acute atrial fibrillation or flutter. Acad Emerg Med. 2007; 14: 1158-1164 Stiell I…
 
Over the course of 30+ episodes, we'll be discussing fundamental surgical disease processes & conditions that may prove challenging to even the most seasoned acute care surgeon. Along the way, we'll be joined on Rounds by an incredible group of guest professors who will share their experiences, expertise, and results of recent research investigatio…
 
This week we discuss methemoglobinemia with Dr. KC Lee, a clinical pharmacist who recently completed her clinical toxicology/ emergency medicine fellowship. * Note: Although rare, there has been a slight increase in hydroxychloroquine-associated methemoglobinemia in the setting of COVID References: Price DP, Howland MA. Methemoglobin inducers and m…
 
Should we be using ammonia levels to diagnose, determine the severity, or monitor the resolution of hepatic encephalopathy? References: Ninan J, Feldman L. Ammonia levels and hepatic encephalopathy in patients with known chronic liver disease. J Hosp Med. 2017 (8): 659-661 Gundling F, Zelihic E, Seidl H, et al. How to diagnose hepatic encephalopath…
 
So apparently not all of the listeners of the show are on Twitter?! In this brief recap of Season 1 (yes, Season 1 is done!) we pay thanks to all of our guest professors, provide you with an update of where we are in terms of the Season 2 launch, and, as usual, invite you to engage with me, the show, and our social media account.…
 
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