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The Intern At Work: Internal Medicine
147. For When Urine Trouble - An approach to Acute Renal Allograft Dysfunction in kidney transplant patients

The Intern At Work: Internal Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 16:06


In this episode we take you through an approach to the kidney transplant patient presenting with acute allograft dysfunction. We will cover differential, key questions on history, and an overview to management. Written by Dr. Susan Thanabalasingam (Internal Medicine Resident)Reviewed by Dr. Khaled Shamseddin (Nephrologist) and Dr. David Taylor (General Internist) 

The Dose
What do we know about severe acute hepatitis in kids?

The Dose

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 21:05


More than a dozen possible cases of severe acute hepatitis in children have popped up in Canada and many –including parents and researchers– are trying to figure out why. This week, we speak to Dr. Tehseen Ladha, a pediatrician and assistant professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Alberta.

The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson
236 Dr. Jeremy Heidt - Disc Herniation with Sciatica

The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 29:16


Spine specialist, Dr. Jeremy Heidt shares a story of a woman with severe sciatic who came to his office after going to the ER. My name is Dr. Jeremy Heidt.  It is a personal experience with chiropractic care for a back injury and sports treatment that I had my first experience with chiropractic care.  At the age of 14, I suffered from severe low back pain and migraine headaches. I had a spinal fusion surgery recommended for me at the age of 15. Through chiropractic care and giving my back time to heal I saw improvements in both my lower back and migraine headaches and was able to avoid a spinal surgery. This personal experience got me involved in chiropractic and I believe the personal and professional experience is what makes our clinic unique. In the past 10 years of treating patients, I have learned that paying attention to the little things in treatment can have a huge impact. I have learned manual chiropractic adjustments, combined with soft tissue therapies, and rehab exercises as needed can truly make a difference in patient's lives, myself included. Whether it's helping a patient walk with less pain, that ability to get on the floor to play with their grandkids, recovering from a sports injury, or avoiding a back surgery, these goals are what makes going to work each day enjoyable. It is my goal to get the most efficient response possible for each patient. Whether it's using chiropractic adjustments to improve function and decrease pain, soft tissue therapies, flexion distraction/decompression, or rehab exercises/plans. I truly believe we have the tools available to make a difference with our patients and have them leaving our office better than when they came in. I grew up in Dickinson, North Dakota. Graduated from college at the University of North Dakota and graduated from Chiropractic School at Northwestern Health Sciences in Bloomington, MN.  After spending 14 years in Minnesota and owning Midwest Chiropractic and Wellness in Eden Prairie, MN for 8.5 years Jenny and I made the decision to move back to North Dakota to be closer to our family and have our girls, Finley and Emery, closer to home. I am certified in Cox Flexion Distraction/Decompression, (The only chiropractor in North Dakota with the certification and 5-10% of chiropractors being certified nationwide.) I am also certified in a technique called FAKTR that uses multiple soft tissue therapies (Cupping, Instrument Assisted Tools, Functional Rehab Exercises) to get patients better. I enjoy treating a wide variety of issues from Acute and Chronic Neck and Back Pain, Disc Herniations, Scoliosis, Facet Syndromes and extremity issues such as shoulder, hip, knee, and ankle issues. Resources: Dr. Heidt's website The Gestalt Education Show Find a Back Doctor See the Cox Technic work The Cox 8 Table by Haven Medical

Cancer Actually F***ing Sucks
Season 2, Episode 6: Christina Bowers - Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia Survivor & Prioritizing Self Care

Cancer Actually F***ing Sucks

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 63:46


This week's guest is Christina Bowers! Christina was diagnosed with Leukemia at 11 years old, and is now 33 and cancer free! Christina talks us through her symptoms when she first felt something wasn't right in her body, how her parents and older sister supported her as a young kid going through cancer, having to switch schools while going through treatment and how it was really difficult to open up to other kids. She also opens up about being really self conscious as a young pre-teenage girl going through cancer and not having hair and how her mental health was affected by that. Christina talks about how now as an adult she's beginning to process things and has become more in touch with her body, how she has noticed certain things trigger anxiety like alcohol, and her journey moving through and coping with all of it now 20 years later. Now Christina prioritizes self care as much as she can, and explains how having a routine is super helpful for her mental health. In her early 20s she also started getting into yoga and eating cleaner, and explains how these practices has impacted her mental, emotional and physical health for the better. You can follow Christina on Instagram @tinivessel, and keep up with us and our guests on our Instagram and Facebook @canceractuallysuckspod. You can follow Maddy @cancersurvivor_nutritioncoach and Shannon @shancury

The Strong Mommas Podcast
155. The Top 3 Most Common Mistakes that Lead to Back Pain

The Strong Mommas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 25:27


Your back could be a ticking time bomb. There are 3 glaring mistakes that I see almost everyone making as they move about their day that put them at risk of serious back injury. When back pain happens, it's never convenient and it can often be terribly debilitating...sidelining you for a while. Whether or not you've had a previous back injury or you have back pain right now, this is required listening. Your body is NOT a bulletproof machine, and it would be foolish to think so. But there are things that you can do to make it more resilient and increase your odds of avoiding that kind of pain. This episode is going to singlehandedly save you from countless pain and heartache! More Resources Start my BACK FIX program today! Follow Megan on Instagram

The Lifestyle First Podcast
Connect With Your Higher Self

The Lifestyle First Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 30:38


#10.07: Y: Your Connections: “How can I connect better with myself and others?” Connect With Your Higher Self Take the LQ test: https://dralkapatel.com/lq-test/ My guest on this week's episode of The Lifestyle First Podcast is Irini Michaelidis, who is a global business leader, coach and educator who develops leaders to take a holistic approach to leadership. In this episode we: · Discuss genuine human connection to oneself · Discuss the need to connect as a biological imperative · Explore awareness, knowing, being · Highlight the need to increase observations of self first before co-connecting with others · Explore the need to slow down to speed up · Highlight how silence and stillness enhances productivity · Talk about creating rituals for personal space · Explore creating intentions when on digital platforms · Discuss loneliness and burnout · Explore energy as a connecting force · Explore Intention. Information. Interaction · Explore connection disconnection · Understand desire for connection as a signal to take action 1. The one question we discuss is “: “How can I connect better with myself and others?” 2. The two references we look at are · Redcay E, et al. Live face-to-face interaction during fMRI: a new tool for social cognitive neuroscience. NeuroImage.2010; 50(4), 1639-47 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20096792/ · Saxe, R., et al. Acute social isolation evokes midbrain craving responses similar to hunger. Nature Neuroscience. 2020; 23: 1597-1605 https://www.nature.com/articles/s41593-020-00742-z 3. The three actions to take are: · Connect with self- create rituals to get centred · Connect with others - notice how you connect with others · Notice who you connect with- be intentional Which of these 3 actionable tips will you implement? Leave your comments below. -x- DISCLAIMER: This content does not constitute or substitute personal one-to-one professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor or health care professional with questions about your health. -x- Find Out More/Contact/Follow: Guest: Socials https://ca.linkedin.com/in/irini-michaelidis-yu https://www.instagram.com/irini.michaelidis irini@6sess.com Host Newsletter: https://dralkapatel.com/mailinglist Website: https://dralkapatel.com/ Socials: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dralkapateluk/ https://www.facebook.com/dralkapateluk https://www.instagram.com/dralkapateluk https://twitter.com/dralkapateluk YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaQrM4ryE0a38zqsednEppQ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dr-alka-patel/message

Rio Bravo qWeek
Episode 93 - Hyponatremia Treatment

Rio Bravo qWeek

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 18:35


Episode 93: Hyponatremia treatment.    Catherine and Dr. Saito discuss how to treat hyponatremia in an effective and safe way, especially when the hyponatremia is severe.Introduction: What is sodium?By Hector Arreaza, MD. Read by Alyssa Der Mugrdechian, MD; and Gina Cha, MD.  Sodium is a white metal that does not exist in nature in its free form. In its solid form, it's so soft that you could cut it like butter with a knife. It is the sixth most common element in the earth's crust. Even though sodium only makes up to 0.2% of our body weight, it plays a key role in nerve conduction, muscle contraction, and most importantly regulating water balance. Today we will be talking about low sodium, known as hyponatremia. We will focus on how to treat hyponatremia and will mention some common causes and symptoms. We hope you can learn something from us today.This is the Rio Bravo qWeek Podcast, your weekly dose of knowledge brought to you by the Rio Bravo Family Medicine Residency Program from Bakersfield, California. Our program is affiliated with UCLA, and it's sponsored by Clinica Sierra Vista, Let Us Be Your Healthcare Home. This podcast was created for educational purposes only. Visit your primary care physician for additional medical advice.___________________________Hyponatremia treatment.   By Catherine Nguyen, MS4, Ross University School of Medicine. Comments by Steven Saito, MD; and Hector Arreaza, MD.  DEFINITION: Serum sodium concentration impairment in free water excretion > hypoosmolality of serum-Diuretics (thiazides first 1-2 weeks)  -SIADH (Syndrome of inappropriate ADH, I call it the syndrome of EXCESSIVE ADH to help me remember it), caused by common meds.-Heart failure (low cardiac output) & cirrhosis (arterial vasodilation impairment) > decreased tissue perfusion (baroreceptors in carotid sinus senses reduction in pressure) > stimulus of ADH-GI fluid loss (diarrhea, vomiting)-CNS disturbances (stroke, hemorrhage, infections, psychosis, trauma) > increases ADH release-Malignancies > ectopic production of ADH (small cell carcinoma)-Drugs > SSRI, carbamazepine, cyclophosphamide -Potomania > patient drinks large amounts of beer and decreased intake of foods (solids). PRESENTATION:-Asymptomatic-Nausea & malaise earliest findings (125-130)-Headache, lethargy, muscle cramps, confusion/AMS, and eventually seizures, coma, and respiratory arrest (115-120)-Acute hyponatremia encephalopathy may be reversible, but permanent neurologic damage or death can occur. TREATMENT: Clinic: Chronic cases of hyponatremia may require spread-out treatment. Hyponatremia is never normal. -Mild hyponatremia > concentration of 130 to 134 mEq/L: NO treatment with hypertonic saline. Rather, the initial approach includes general measures that are applicable to all hyponatremic patients (i.e., identify and discontinue drugs that could be contributing to hyponatremia; identify and, if possible, reverse the cause of hyponatremia; and limit further intake of water [e.g., fluid restriction, discontinue hypotonic intravenous infusions]. -Moderate hyponatremia > concentration of 120 to 129 mEq/L ASYMPTOMATIC - 50 mL bolus of 3 percent saline (ie, hypertonic saline) to prevent the serum sodium from falling further.SYMPTOMATIC – (call ICU) 100 mL bolus of 3 percent saline, followed, if symptoms persist, with up to two additional 100 mL doses (to a total dose of 300 mL); each bolus is infused over 10 minutes. -Severe hyponatremia > concentration of

Sam Miller Science
S 348: The Inflammation-Depression Connection: Metabolic Health as a Cornerstone of Mental Health, Acute vs Chronic Inflammation, Serotonin Function, and More!

Sam Miller Science

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 25:13


Is there a connection between inflammation and depression? We know there are many factors both psychologically and physiologically that contribute to mood disorders but I wanted to cover this area specifically today. We'll cover serotonin function and holistic function, acute vs chronic inflammation, the different types of cytokines that contribute in this area, and much more! Topics include:   - Connection between Inflammation and Depression - Quick Context on Depression - Serotonin Function and Holistic Function - Acute vs Chronic Inflammation - Different Types of Cytokines - SSRI's and CO**D19 - Causes of Inflammation - Please Share, Rate, and Review ----------  My Live Program for Coaches: The Functional Nutrition and Metabolism Specialization  Learn More www.sammillerscience.com/FNMS2022  ----------  No-Cost Coaching Resources for Our Listeners The Check-In Checklist: www.Sammillerscience.com/checklist  The Metabolism School Mini Series: www.sammillerscience.com/metabolism ----------  Stay Connected  Instagram: @sammillerscience Facebook: The Nutrition Coaching Collaborative Community  https://www.facebook.com/groups/nutritioncoachingcollaborative TikTok: @sammillerscience - https://vm.tiktok.com/ZTdPVQtMH/ ---------- “This Podcast is for general informational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice, and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast and the show notes or the reliance on the information provided is to be done at the user's own risk. The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and is for educational purposes only. Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program and users should not disregard, or delay in obtaining, medical advice for any medical condition they may have and should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this Podcast, are the property of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, or used by Oracle Athletic Science LLC with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this Podcast may save and use information contained in the Podcast only for personal or other non-commercial, educational purposes. No other use, including, without limitation, reproduction, retransmission or editing, of this Podcast may be made without the prior written permission of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, which may be requested by contacting the Oracle Athletic Science LLC by email at team@sammillerscience.com. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that Oracle Athletic Science LLC makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast.”

Karl Morris - The Brainbooster
Pain in Sport - The Mind Body Connection with Chana Studley #215

Karl Morris - The Brainbooster

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 63:18


In this episode we head in a slightly different direction but one that unfortunately will be really relevant to so many of you listening Pain in Sport We have with us Chana Studley the author of ‘Painless' to discuss the mind body connection on The effects of pain on you and the playing of your sport. Chana Studley recovered from severe PTSD after 3 violent attacks in the UK and spent the next 25 years combining a very successful Academy Award Winning career in Hollywood with coaching and counseling people with trauma, addictions and relationship problems. After graduating from The One Thought Institute in 2018 she noticed that her 25 years of chronic pain had completely gone and so conducted research to discover if she could reproduce this experience in others.   Following the success of 5 case studies she developed a program called Painless and is now helping clients worldwide with all kinds of health issues and working with doctors and clinicians to introduce them to the Three Principles. Most recently she has started working with people with Long Covid and is having great success in helping them get back to their innate health. Chana is a World Health Organization Psychological First Responder an international speaker and author. She has Diploma in Psychology and is certified Life Coach with 30 years experience. Chana's first book, The Myth of Low Self Esteem – a novel about PTSD, Hollywood and healing came out in 2021 and her second, Painless, a novel about chronic pain and the Mindbody connection was published in 2022. Her next novel, Very Well, all about hormones, will be out later this year. A recent report from the NHS in England suggested that at any one time over 25% of the population is living with some form of chronic pain Chana helps us make a clear distinction between CHRONIC pain and ACUTE pain and how different parts of the brain are engaged depending on which kind of pain you are suffering She is a practitioner of the ‘Three Principles' based on the work of the legendary Sydney Banks We are basically living in our ‘thinking' and it is so important to understand how thought works What we can and more importantly can't do in relationship to our thinking A really thought provoking session   To find out more about Chana go to www.chanastudley.com To become a certified Mind Factor coach go to https://themindfactor.net/the-certification-course        

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
Child being treated for acute hepatitis has died

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 4:54


Joan O'Sullivan reports as the HSE confirms a child who was being treated for an acute form of hepatitis here, has died.

Ta de Clinicagem
Episódio 137 - TdC Lab - PCR, VHS e Procalcitonina

Ta de Clinicagem

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 49:25


Curso TdC de Pronto Atendimento - Inscrições abertas: https://cursotdc.com.br/pagina-de-vendas/ Cupom desconto: TDC300 Nesse episódio, Fred, Iago e Ênio debatem sobre as principais evidências (e da falta delas) para o uso da VHS, PCR e Procalcitonina! Referências: Dima A, Opris D, Jurcut C, Baicus C. Is there still a place for erythrocyte sedimentation rate and C-reactive protein in systemic lupus erythematosus?. Lupus. 2016 Oct;25(11):1173-9. Brigden ML. Clinical utility of the erythrocyte sedimentation rate. American family physician. 1999 Oct 1;60(5):1443-50. Bray C, Bell LN, Liang H, Haykal R, Kaiksow F, Mazza JJ, Yale SH. Erythrocyte sedimentation rate and C-reactive protein measurements and their relevance in clinical medicine. Wmj. 2016 Dec;115(6):317-21. Jurado RL. Why shouldn't we determine the erythrocyte sedimentation rate?. Clinical infectious diseases. 2001 Aug 15;33(4):548-9. Malcolm Brigden MD (1998) The erythrocyte sedimentation rate, Postgraduate Medicine, 103:5, 257-274 Watson J, Jones HE, Banks J, Whiting P, Salisbury C, Hamilton W. Use of multiple inflammatory marker tests in primary care: using Clinical Practice Research Datalink to evaluate accuracy. British journal of general practice. 2019 Jul 1;69(684):e462-9. Batlivala SP. Focus on DiagnosisThe Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate and the C-reactive Protein Test. Pediatrics in Review. 2009 Feb 1;30(2):72-4. Acute phase reactantes. Acesso em uptodate.com Boere, Tjarda M., et al. "Effect of C reactive protein point-of-care testing on antibiotic prescribing for lower respiratory tract infections in nursing home residents: cluster randomised controlled trial." bmj 374 (2021). Santonocito, Cristina, et al. "C-reactive protein kinetics after major surgery." Anesthesia & Analgesia 119.3 (2014): 624-629. Cals, Jochen WL, et al. "Effect of point of care testing for C reactive protein and training in communication skills on antibiotic use in lower respiratory tract infections: cluster randomised trial." Bmj 338 (2009). Butler, Christopher C., et al. "C-reactive protein testing to guide antibiotic prescribing for COPD exacerbations." New England Journal of Medicine 381.2 (2019): 111-120. Llor, Carl, et al. "Efficacy of antibiotic therapy for acute exacerbations of mild to moderate chronic obstructive pulmonary disease." American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine 186.8 (2012): 716-723. Straatman, Jennifer, et al. "Predictive value of C-reactive protein for major complications after major abdominal surgery: a systematic review and pooled-analysis." PloS one 10.7 (2015): e0132995. Plat, Victor D., et al. "C-reactive protein after major abdominal surgery in daily practice." Surgery 170.4 (2021): 1131-1139. Kang, Byung-Uk, et al. "Surgical site infection in spinal surgery: detection and management based on serial C-reactive protein measurements." Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine 13.2 (2010): 158-164. Andreeva, Elena, and Hasse Melbye. "Usefulness of C-reactive protein testing in acute cough/respiratory tract infection: an open cluster-randomized clinical trial with C-reactive protein testing in the intervention group." BMC family practice 15.1 (2014): 1-9. Prins, H. J., et al. "CRP-guided antibiotic treatment in acute exacerbations of COPD in hospital admissions." European Respiratory Journal 53.5 (2019).

JAMA Network
JAMA Psychiatry : Neuropsychiatric Ramifications of Severe COVID-19 and Other Severe Acute Respiratory Infections

JAMA Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 15:37


Interview with Peter Watkinson, MD, and Julia Hippisley-Cox, MD, authors of Neuropsychiatric Ramifications of Severe COVID-19 and Other Severe Acute Respiratory Infections. Hosted by John Torous, MD, MBI.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Q&A
Neuropsychiatric Ramifications of Severe COVID-19 and Other Severe Acute Respiratory Infections

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Q&A

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 15:37


Interview with Peter Watkinson, MD, and Julia Hippisley-Cox, MD, authors of Neuropsychiatric Ramifications of Severe COVID-19 and Other Severe Acute Respiratory Infections. Hosted by John Torous, MD, MBI.

JAMA Psychiatry Author Interviews: Covering research, science, & clinical practice in psychiatry, mental health, behavioral s
Neuropsychiatric Ramifications of Severe COVID-19 and Other Severe Acute Respiratory Infections

JAMA Psychiatry Author Interviews: Covering research, science, & clinical practice in psychiatry, mental health, behavioral s

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 15:37


Interview with Peter Watkinson, MD, and Julia Hippisley-Cox, MD, authors of Neuropsychiatric Ramifications of Severe COVID-19 and Other Severe Acute Respiratory Infections. Hosted by John Torous, MD, MBI.

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
Ep 434 Inflammation and Inflam-aging

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 40:52


Acute inflammation with pain might be useful but chronic inflammation is generally the underlying factor in many chronic diseases. Check out my interview with Dr. Russell Jaffe for more insights.   https://docronradio.podbean.com/e/s6-ep20dr-jaffe-and-the-5-essentials-of-health/

Jeff McArthur
Sick Kids reports 7 likely cases of severe acute hepatitis.

Jeff McArthur

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 9:30


Dr Brett Belchetz, GNR medical expert, ER Physician talks about Long waits remain for elective surgeries due to Covid pandemic AND Sick Kids reports 7 likely cases of severe acute hepatitis See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

20 Minute Morning Show
Who is Tigress Sydney Acute McDaniel and why is she running for Mayor of Charlotte

20 Minute Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 52:50


She filed to run for Mayor of Charlotte on February 24, 2022. She is running on a platform to inspire and implement transformative legislative reform and participatory leadership. The thrusts for her campaign further demonstrate her commitment through her platform: “See WE E.VO.L.V.E.,” with “evolve” being acronymous for E.very V.ictory for O.ne L.ends V.ictory to E.veryone and #WeMayorTogether. Tigress was born in Greensboro in 1976. She attended the highly impactful James B. Dudley High School, graduated in 1994, and began her secondary academia at UNC Chapel Hill. She holds a BS in Agricultural Education and Environmental Science with a specialization in Swine Husbandry and Wetland Bioremediation, a MS in Agricultural Economics and Rural Development focusing on the same undergraduate specialization, and is currently a PhD Candidate in Energy and Environmental Systems and Economics and completing her final year in law school to earn her Juris Doctor. Throughout her academic and professional career and life, she has served local and national communities through male and female youth mentorship, women's empowerment and homelessness intervention and prevention programs, inmate advocacy and reentry assistance and many other philanthropic endeavors. She has remained so steadfast and loyal in her commitment to local and national communities and implemented effective measures to address these issues and many others that the communities she's served nicknamed her “Queen Get ‘Er Done.” Tigress is a doctoral Environmental Scientist and Economist, and soon-to-be licensed attorney. Considering all of the pressing issues that Charlotte is facing like Environmental Sustainability, Climate Change, air and water quality, affordable housing, fit premises and mold legislation, Macro and Microeconomics of Small Business Viability and economic expansion without compromising the greater good of Charlotteans, community oneness and race relations, the behavioral psychology of police brutality, crime prevention and intervention, amongst other issues, Tigress' interdisciplinary expertise best positions her to serve Charlotte at large. Tigress checks all the boxes.™ https://www.seetigressrun.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bj-murphy9/support

ACEP Frontline - Emergency Medicine
The Worldwide Trauma Project - Textbook Of Acute Trauma Care 2022

ACEP Frontline - Emergency Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 43:44


In this episode of ACEP Frontline, we gather three worldwide medical leaders and their trauma expertise to talk about the Textbook of Acute Trauma Care. Joining me are Dr. Peter Lax, Dr. Peter Brindley, and Dr. Alex Psirides. We cover time zones and topics from around the world. Textbook Amazon link... https://www.amazon.com/Textbook-Acute-Trauma-Care-Peter-ebook-dp-B09PTMSKXF/dp/B09PTMSKXF/ref=mt_other?_encoding=UTF8&me=&qid=1652035476

Healing Ground Movement
Acute and Chronic Injury Rehab with Guest Dr. Melissa MacDonald

Healing Ground Movement

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 45:39


Dr. Melissa MacDonald (Dr. Mac) is a graduate of Northwestern Health Sciences University where she earned her Doctor of Chiropractic. She then spent two years of specialty training in the Human Performance Center where she focused her research and clinical skills on specific testing and treatment protocols. In this episode, she talks about the body, how to safely rehab injuries, and some of the common issues that occur with the disorder Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. If you experience chronic injuries, Dr. Mac goes into the ‘why' of some of these recurring injuries, and what you can do to bring your body back to optimal health. Today's episode is sponsored by: Healinggroundmovement.com/resources Join the Movement! Healinggroundmovement.com Healing Ground Movement on Instagram Healing Ground Movement on Facebook Healing Ground Movement on Pinterest Healing Ground Movement on LinkedIn Healing Ground Movement on YouTube Like what you learned? Donate to show your appreciation! Mentioned in This Episode: Macperformanceclinic.com Mobility Agility Chiropractic Performance on YouTube linktr.ee/macp_clinic

ThePrint
Pure science: Children in wealthy nations acquiring acute hepatitis of unknown origin

ThePrint

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 8:20


Over 200 children in over 20 countries, primarily UK and USA, have contracted sudden and acute hepatitis of unknown origin. Many have required liver transplant and have had liver failure, with one death. Children range in age from 1 month to 16 years of age. ThePrint's Sandhya Ramesh explains what we know about the sudden paediatric hepatitis so far. Brought to you by  @Kia India  Subscribe to the Pure Science Telegram Channel https://t.me/PureScienceWithSandhyaRamesh Supplementary reading: WHO, 15 Apr 2022 Acute hepatitis of unknown aetiology – the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland https://www.who.int/emergencies/disease-outbreak-news/item/acute-hepatitis-of-unknown-aetiology---the-united-kingdom-of-great-britain-and-northern-ireland WHO, 23 Apr 2022 Multi-Country – Acute, severe hepatitis of unknown origin in children https://www.who.int/emergencies/disease-outbreak-news/item/2022-DON376 3 more hepatitis cases in Bathinda https://www.tribuneindia.com/news/punjab/3-more-hepatitis-cases-in-bathinda-392195

Unstoppable Body and Mind
Episode #94- Acute Back Pain

Unstoppable Body and Mind

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 29:26


This episode is all about what I did (and thought) when I had a sudden incidence of severe back pain a few days ago. I talk about kinesiotape, how to handle a new pain, and all of the ways I could see it was neuroplastic despite feeling real.   Right after my back pain ended, I got sick.  So I talk to you about the judgement of myself I had with that more than the back pain.   All in all, I am glad to be on the other side of it!  But I learned a lot!   If you ever wonder what to do with a new pain or symptom, this episode is for you!   Link to video about taping my back: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CcvgnqjALZb/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link   For more information about my 6 mo group coaching program- Alignment Academy, get on the Interest List now (*starts this month!) https://view.flodesk.com/pages/60feeed6cabce0455c07ccef   Not sure if coaching is for you?  Click here to schedule a free 60 min consult with me, where we can discuss the specifics of your situation  https://calendly.com/thebetsyjensen/free-consult 

Information Morning Moncton from CBC Radio New Brunswick (Highlights)
The number of children contracting acute hepatitis is on the rise in many countries

Information Morning Moncton from CBC Radio New Brunswick (Highlights)

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 8:20


Dr. Raj Bhardwaj is our medical affairs columnist.

SBS Dinka - SBS Dinka
Unexplained acute liver inflammation in nearly 200 children under investigation

SBS Dinka - SBS Dinka

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 7:25


Akuut ke akumaai aye cööt në biääk tuany cë bɛ̈n në ye mɛn ke mïïth ke 200 në bɛ̈I ke 11 agut cë pänë UK kenë Amirka. Në ye mɛn keka ŋoot ke kën guɔ nyic yeŋö cë rɔt looi kunë tuanyë gɔl rɔt yedë? Në ye mɛn ke kë ye looi ee cë man adɛ̈ ye cuɛ̈ny bur të nɔŋ mïïth.

POEM of the Week Podcast
Episode 611: Ibuprofen, ketorolac, and diclofenac are equivalent for the treatment of acute nonradicular low back pain

POEM of the Week Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 5:23


Dr. Ebell and Dr. Wilkes discuss the POEM titled ' Ibuprofen, ketorolac, and diclofenac are equivalent for the treatment of acute nonradicular low back pain '

MedNet21 CME Podcast
Myocardial Infarction and Acute Coronary Syndromes

MedNet21 CME Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 53:35


Rising
Lab Leak-Connected EcoHealth Accused Of HIDING Data To Preserve Funding: House GOP, Fauci Walks Back "Pandemic Over" Comments, And More: Rising 4.29.22

Rising

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 80:31


Today on Rising, Fauci WALKS BACK comments AGAIN, says pandemic is NOT OVER. ‘I should have said ACUTE phase over' (00:00)Ryan Grim: If Elon Musk is serious about FREEDOM, here's the first thing he needs to do with Twitter (12:01)Biden To DRAG Dept. Of Education Back To DISASTROUS Obama-Era Title IX Policy: Emily Jashinsky (23:11)Lab leak-connected EcoHealth accused of HIDING data to preserve funding: House GOP (33:12)Orrin Hatch bipartisan legacy LOST in modern politics: Author (40:55)The GOP's new war on fossil fuel divestment: David Sirota (51:16)Inside the NEW RIGHT organizing behind Tucker Carlson, Peter Thiel, J.D. Vance: James Pogue (1:00:34)Cancel student debt CHAOS? Is Biden SCREWING OVER Americans who paid off loans: Emily & Ryan DEBATE (1:09:47)Where to tune in and follow: https://linktr.ee/risingthehillMore about Rising:Rising is a weekday morning show hosted by Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave. It breaks the mold of morning TV by taking viewers inside the halls of Washington power like never before, providing outside-of-the-beltway perspectives. The show leans into the day's political cycle with cutting edge analysis from DC insiders and outsiders alike to provide coverage not provided on cable news. It also sets the day's political agenda by breaking exclusive news with a team of scoop-driven reporters and demanding answers during interviews with the country's most important political newsmakers.

This Thing Called Movement
Reframing Our Understanding of Pain with Charlie Merrill

This Thing Called Movement

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 74:16


One aspect of moving our bodies that I dare say 100% of people can relate to is negotiating the pitfalls of PAIN. Experiencing pain in any form in our bodies, whether it's acute or chronic, dull or sharp, expected or unexpected leads us into the territory of feeling disappointed by our bodies as they seemingly break down right under our nose. And well, let's not beat around the bush here, the general consensus for most of us in this department is: pain means damage, and it's frustrating. But... what if that assumption isn't entirely correct? Enter our guest for this episode: Charlie Merrill. As a licensed physical therapist and owner of https://www.mperformance.com/ (Merrill Performance) in Boulder, Colorado Charlie has devoted over 20 years of his life to developing a synthesized treatment of the mind and body to support people dealing with pain & injury in returning to a high level of performance, health, and vitality in their lives. Through his many years of study and experience, Charlie sees that pain and tissue damage do not always go hand in hand. In fact, having pain doesn't always mean there is something physically wrong. His combination of traditional hands on manual therapy care with a novel mind-body approach enables him to treat a wide range of clients including some of the world's best athletes. Outside of his clinic, Charlie is actively involved in clinical research, consults in health technology, and serves on the medical advisory board for "https://bettermindcenter.com/ (The Better Mind Center)". And if that weren't enough, Charlie co-created the course "https://www.mperformance.com/product-page/beyond-pain-education (Beyond Pain Education)" with Dr Howard Schibiner, MD, and regularly creates content appearing on https://linktr.ee/CharlieMerrill (Podcasts), his channel on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCinoyk46RyzA1v6PqbUl8_w (YouTube), and on https://www.instagram.com/charliemerrill/?hl=en (social media) to support people in pain. Needless to say, I am honored to have been able to sit down with Charlie for this episode — he is a gem of a human with so much love for movement and the power it has to change our lives. What we discussThe breakdown of what actually happens in our bodies when we experience pain Scientific evidence of why pain does not always mean tissue has been damaged in the body (and the surprising revelation that this evidence has been around for over 20 years) Acute vs chronic pain, and understanding what these different types of pain mean The strong correlation between pain & fear, and why this indicates that the brain is in charge of pain Using the bio-psycho-social sphere of our organism (hello mind-body connection!) to interpret the messages our pain is trying to alert us to Our brain can use physical pain to pull us out of feeling an intense emotion, especially when we don't feel capable of being with some of our emotions All pain is real - but the key is to understand that our pain does not always mean tissue damage, and often is an important message being relayed through the pain-fear response that some aspect of our lives that needs attention (bio-psycho-social sphere) Acknowledging that we often find identity through movement, and allowing ourselves to see that how we move is intimately connected to how we see ourselves The importance of focusing movement as a vehicle for pleasure, joy, and play Tips to support us in changing our relationship to pain Resourceshttps://www.mariejanicek.com/ (Marie's website) https://www.instagram.com/mariejanicek (IG @mariejanicek) https://evolna.uscreen.io/ (Join Evolna's Intuitive Movement Virtual Studio with 14-Day Free Trial) https://www.evolna.com/ (Evolna website) https://www.instagram.com/evolna_ (IG @evolna_) In this episodehttps://thefitnessmarshall.org/ (The Fitness Marshall) https://www.lin.health/ (Lin Health) Get in touch with Charliehttps://www.mperformance.com/ (Merrill Performance Website)...

Neuro Pathways: A Cleveland Clinic Podcast for Medical Professionals
Acute Stroke Therapies: A Rapidly Evolving Landscape

Neuro Pathways: A Cleveland Clinic Podcast for Medical Professionals

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 22:15


Gabor Toth, MD, surveys the current landscape of stroke treatment and discusses new developments on the horizon. Receive CME credit for listening to this podcast by visiting clevelandclinic.org/neuropodcast and selecting this episode.

SBS World News Radio
Unexplained acute liver inflammation in nearly 200 children under investigation

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 3:23


Health authorities are trying to determine the cause of a mysterious liver disease in young children that's been found in at least 11 countries, including the US and Britain.

The NASS Podcast
Management of Acute Spinal Cord Injury

The NASS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 31:04


Ask the Experts: A Lifelong Learning Series Michael Fehlings, MD, PhD, FRCSC Rajiv Saigal, MD, PhD Yi Lu, MD, PhD Disclosures: Fehlings, Michael G.: Stock Ownership: Inteligex Inc. (Future Compensation Expected). Lu, Yi: Grants: The Gillian Reny Stepping Strong Center For Trauma Innovation (E, Paid directly to institution/employer); Speaking and/or Teaching Arrangements: DePuy Synthes (B); Stock Ownership: Axiomed (less than 1%). Saigal, Rajiv: Consulting: Globus (B), Johnson & Johnson (B), Proprio (8,327 Shares). Key: A: $100-$1,000; B: $1001-$10,000; C: $10,001-$25,000; D: $25,001-$50,000; E: $50,001-$100,000; F: $100,001- $500,000; G: $500,001-$1M; H: $1,000,001- $2.5M; I: $2.5M+

Cardionerds
196. Case Report: What I C, I Remember: A Case of Acute Heart Failure – Lahey Hospital and Medical Center

Cardionerds

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 59:12


CardioNerds (Amit Goyal and Daniel Ambinder) join Dr. Sonu Abraham (Cardiology fellow, Lahey Hospital and Medical Center), Dr. Amitoj Singh (Internal Medicine Resident, Lahey Hospital and Medical Center), Dr. Ahmed Ghoneem (Internal Medicine Resident, Lahey Hospital and Medical Center, CardioNerds Academy Chief) and Dr. Aanika Balaji (Internal Medicine Resident, Johns Hopkins) for a scrumptious meal on the Boston Harbor as they discuss a case of a young woman with metastatic melanoma on immune checkpoint inhibitors presenting with dyspnea. The presentation, risk factors, work up and management of patients with immune checkpoint inhibitor induced myocarditis are described. The E-CPR segment is provided by Dr. Sarju Ganatra, the founding director of the cardio-oncology program at Lahey Clinic.  CardioNerds Clinical Trialist Dr. Carrie Mahurin (University of Vermont Medical Center) is introduced at the beginning of the episode. A 41-year-old woman presented with mild dyspnea on exertion and non-productive cough. She had a history of Hashimoto thyroiditis, nodular thyroid s/p resection on levothyroxine, and metastatic melanoma on immune checkpoint inhibitor therapy with ipilimumab and nivolumab. She also had a history of obesity and underwent gastric bypass surgery several years prior. Though she lost weight after the surgery, she regained a significant amount and was 244 lbs with a BMI of 42. Her exam findings were remarkable for tachycardia, bilateral pulmonary rales, elevated JVP, and symmetric pedal edema. Investigations revealed a mild troponin elevation, non-specific EKG changes, and TTE with severely reduced left ventricular function (EF 15%) and a low GLS. Cardiac MRI showed patchy delayed myocardial enhancement in a non-ischemic distribution with marked global hypokinesis and EF of 11%. Endomyocardial biopsy confirmed the diagnosis of immune checkpoint inhibitor (ICI) associated myocarditis. The ICI therapy was discontinued and she was treated with high dose intravenous corticosteroids followed by a prolonged oral steroid taper with clinical improvement and complete recovery of left ventricular function. Jump to: Case media - Case teaching - References CardioNerds Case Reports PageCardioNerds Episode PageCardioNerds AcademyCardionerds Healy Honor Roll CardioNerds Journal ClubSubscribe to The Heartbeat Newsletter!Check out CardioNerds SWAG!Become a CardioNerds Patron! Case Media - immune checkpoint inhibitor myocarditis Episode Schematics & Teaching CardioNerds Myocarditis, updated 1.20.21 Pearls - immune checkpoint inhibitor myocarditis ICI-associated myocarditis has a high mortality rate necessitating a high degree of clinical suspicion. When in doubt, check it out! The initial 4 diagnostic pillars include EKG, troponin, BNP and TTE. Cardiac MRI and endomyocardial biopsy help to confirm the diagnosis.Left ventricular function is normal in 50% of these patients with ICI-associated myocarditis, so the ejection fraction is not a sensitive test for ruling this out.Endomyocardial biopsy should be considered in patients with a high clinical suspicion but negative or ambiguous non-invasive imaging.Early initiation of corticosteroids within 24 hours of presentation is associated with better outcomes.ICIs should be discontinued indefinitely in those with Grade 3 or 4 disease. Notes - immune checkpoint inhibitor myocarditis 1. Immune checkpoint inhibitors – What are they and why should we as cardiologists know about them? Immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICI) boost the host immune response against tumor cells by inhibiting the intrinsic brakes of the immune response.There are currently 7 FDA approved drugs in this group: one CTLA-4-blocking antibody called ipilimumab; three PD-1-blocking antibodies [nivolumab, pembrolizumab, and cemiplimab]; and three PD-L1-blocking antibodies [atezolizumab, avelumab, and durvalumab].Like a car,

PeerView Clinical Pharmacology CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast
Herbert L. Bonkovsky, MD - Putting the Pieces Together: Would You Recognize Acute Hepatic Porphyria If You Saw It?

PeerView Clinical Pharmacology CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 38:21


Go online to PeerView.com/DQY860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. In this activity, an expert in acute hepatic porphyria (AHP) reviews the diagnostic criteria for AHP and examines current treatment options. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Apply laboratory and diagnostic assessments to confirm suspicion of AHP, Recognize disease burdens that patients with AHP frequently experience (eg, impact on overall health, quality of life, daily activities), Employ evidence-based treatment regimens that include siRNA therapy, as appropriate, to improve outcomes, minimize disease impact, and reduce the burdens of disease in patients with AHP.

The Resus Room
Acute Aortic Syndromes; Roadside to Resus

The Resus Room

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 57:42


We have been wanting to do an episode on aortic dissections for quite a while now but you will see that what we've actually gone and done is created an episode on acute aortic syndromes…so we've done a great job of staying on point straight from the off! In fairness, we've done this because it turns out that there are actually a few different potentially life threatening acute aortic conditions which we need to know about and getting them all into one episode seemed achievable, so let's see how we get on with that! Hopefully in this podcast we will try and improve your knowledge of these conditions and we'll also discuss a couple of cases to bring out some key points. Once again we'd love to hear any thoughts or feedback either on the website or via twitter @TheResusRoom. Enjoy! Simon, Rob & James

The Healthcare Policy Podcast ®  Produced by David Introcaso
Ms. Tina Burbine and Ms. Yolanda Smith Discuss Hospital at Home or the Acute Hospital Care at Home (AHCaH) Initiative: April 15

The Healthcare Policy Podcast ® Produced by David Introcaso

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2022


Listen Now Johns Hopkins is generally cited as the first to pilot the Hospital at Home care model over 20...

emDOCs.net Emergency Medicine (EM) Podcast
Episode 51 - Acute Heart Failure Disposition

emDOCs.net Emergency Medicine (EM) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 14:07


Welcome to the emDOCs.net podcast! Join us as we review our high-yield posts from our website emDOCs.net. Today we have the last in the podcast series evaluating acute heart failure: disposition. To continue to make this a worthwhile podcast for you to listen to, we appreciate any feedback and comments you may have for us. Please let us know!Subscribe to the podcast on one of the many platforms below:Apple iTunesSpotifyGoogle Play

Health Made Easy with Dr. Jason Jones
Top 7 Sources of Inflammation (#7 is Key to Avoid)

Health Made Easy with Dr. Jason Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 7:26


Inflammation is simply our immune system's natural response to illnesses and injury. This involves the release of inflammatory chemicals in the bloodstream to protect the body from foreign invaders like bacteria and viruses. In the case of an injury, a localized inflammatory response helps in the healing process. There are two types of inflammation: The acute and chronic form. Acute inflammation helps us heal, so you can think of it as the “good” kind of inflammation. But the chronic inflammation is associated with chronic conditions or diseases, so you can describe it as the “bad” kind of inflammation. What makes chronic inflammation harmful to health? Unlike the acute form of inflammation that is typically caused by injuries or illnesses, chronic inflammation often happens without any injury or illness present. And the bad part is that it lasts far longer than it should. In fact, this condition is a major contributing factor in many diseases associated with getting older. Over time, chronic inflammation can cause major changes to the body's cells, tissues, and organs. Over time, this progresses to DNA damage and tissue death. Although scientists do not know why all chronic inflammation happens, this condition is one of the several contributing factors in diseases onset and progression. So far, chronic inflammation has a strong link with heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Other conditions associated with this form of inflammation include High blood pressure Kidney disease High cholesterol Depression Various types of cancer Osteoporosis Autoimmune disorders Fatty liver disease Neurodegenerative disorders Chronic inflammation is quite dangerous because it often progresses quietly with only a few independent symptoms. And despite the subtle nature of this condition, it represents a major threat to the health and longevity of a large population of people. Now, you may be wondering, what are the sources of chronic inflammation? Let's dive quickly into it. What causes chronic inflammation? Several kinds of scientific studied have identified different causes of chronic systemic inflammation, many of which are associated with our lifestyle and aging. The causes of chronic inflammation include: Diet Foods that are high in refined sugar, trans fat, and saturated fat are largely linked with increased inflammation, especially in overweight people.     Physical inactivity When your muscles are in constant motion, it supports an anti-inflammatory chemical process in your bloodstream. But unfortunately, many people do not meet the minimum activity recommendations for optimal health, and this cause an increased risk of age-related diseases. Obesity When you have too much visceral fat (a deep layer of fat) around your abdominal organs, it triggers the production of pro-inflammatory chemicals. Low sex hormones When you have lower levels of sex hormones like testosterone and estrogen, especially in older age, it increases your risk of suffering inflammatory diseases. Sleep disorders Chronic inflammation can be triggered when you have irregular sleep schedules. On the other hand, a regular eight hours sleep helps to lower markers of inflammation. Age As you grow older, you stand more risk of suffering chronic inflammation. Smoking Smoking cigarettes have been studied to lower the level of anti-inflammatory markers and increase the risk of chronic inflammation. There you have it, the 7 most common sources of chronic inflammation. You can visit Dr. Jason Jones to learn more about more sources of chronic inflammation, including toxins, environmental factors, and others. We'll also show you simple lifestyle changes you can make to reduce your risk of suffering diseases associated with chronic inflammation.

Bowel Sounds: The Pediatric GI Podcast
Jim Squires - Pediatric Acute Liver Failure (Special JPGN Episode)

Bowel Sounds: The Pediatric GI Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 55:50


In this collaborative episode with JPGN, Drs. Peter Lu and Jason Silverman talk to Dr. Jim Squires, the first author of the North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition Position Paper on the Diagnosis and Management of Pediatric Acute Liver Failure published recently in JPGN. Although this is a complex syndrome and topic, the discussion highlights important principles to consider and an initial approach to patients with this condition. Dr. Squires is Associate Director of Hepatology and Fellowship Director for Pediatric Transplant Hepatology at the University of Pittsburgh.Want to learn more about Pediatric Acute Liver Failure (PALF)? Join us on April 14 at 7 pm EST for the FIRST #PedsGIChat! Follow the hashtag and @PedsGIChat for a great discussion with Dr. Mohit Kehar on this topic, and keep following for news about future chats as well! Our thanks to the NASPGHAN Technology Committee for setting this up!This episode is eligible for CME credit!  Once you have listened to the episode, click this link to claim your credit.  Credit is available to NASPGHAN members (if you are not a member, you should probably sign up).  And thank you to the NASPGHAN Professional Education Committee for their review!Learning Objectives:Understand the initial assessment and triage of a patient with suspected PALF.Understand the diagnostic evaluation of infants and children with PALF.Review the ongoing monitoring of patients with PALF to assess for complications.Links:NASPGHAN Position Paper on the Diagnosis and Management of Pediatric Acute Liver FailureFollow the conversation on Twitter!JPGN Fellow Reviewer Program application formAs always, the discussion, views, and recommendations in this podcast are the sole responsibility of the hosts and guests and are subject to change over time with advances in the field.Support the show (https://www.naspghan.org/content/87/en/foundation/donate)

David Gornoski
US Intel & Misinformation, Acute Toxicity of Seed Oils - A Neighbor's Choice

David Gornoski

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 46:21


In this episode, David Gornoski is joined by geopolitical analyst Sir Owen, and they discuss the media narrative of Russia committing war crimes in Ukraine. Did US intelligence publish disinformation on Russia? How does state-sponsored misinformation affect the average American mind? How is the media reacting to the French election? Listen to find out. Plus, Tucker Goodrich joins the show to talk about the acute toxicity of seed oils and more. Check out Tucker's blog here. Visit A Neighbor's Choice website at aneighborschoice.com

Real World NP
Acute Diarrhea Diagnosis for New Nurse Practitioners: Part 2

Real World NP

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 15:20


Patients presenting with an acute diarrheal illness is one of the MOST common chief complaints in primary care. They're also typically worried, wondering if they need antibiotics AND usually want some sort of testing.My last episode was part one of assessing this chief complaint, and I focused on the important history questions, physical assessment and the most important risk factors and triage components. Definitely go back and check that out if you haven't already here: https://www.realworldnp.com/podcastIn this week's episode though, I'm covering:The most common presentation to watch out for in primary careWhat types of stool testing there are, and why you'd order themThe most common pathogens you're looking for, and how to order themGuidance for patients looking for antibiotics (and if they're appropriate or not)Here's the reference I mentioned with the printable table! It's a few years old but it's free! Up-to-Date also has a great table resource but I don't have rights to share unfortunately :) https://www.aafp.org/afp/2014/0201/p180.html#afp20140201p180-t1 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Yoga Medicine
24 Yoga & Injury, Part 2

Yoga Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 46:53


Last week we opened a conversation about yoga and injury. Tiffany and Rachel talked about the three main phases of healing, common mistakes made during the healing process, and what role therapeutic yoga can play. This week we continue the conversation, with Tiffany and Rachel now focusing on how teachers and students can reduce the potential for yoga injuries. In this episode, Tiffany and Rachel discuss whether or not to ask about injuries before class, poses and transitions they avoid or approach with caution, and practical tips to create a yoga practice that focuses on variety, curiosity, and resilience. Listen in to learn why it's important to respect the power and potency of the practice, and how to use it to explore the owner's manual to your own body. Show Notes: Whether or not to ask students about injuries before class [3:11] Yoga poses and transitions we avoid or approach with caution [6:38] Thoughts on headstand and shoulderstand [9:20] The impact of repetition: Chaturanga and jumping forward or through transitions [12:50] Acute versus chronic injuries [15:24] Top tip to reduce the likelihood of injury [18:32] “Correct” form and “incorrect” form [20:25] Different approaches for injury management in one-on-one versus group classes [23:30] Setting aside the ego [25:27] More suggestions to decrease the potential for yoga injury [28:00] Speaking mindfully: nociceptive or fear-based language [33:44] The therapeutic power of vividly visualizing challenging yoga poses pain-free [37:42] Key take-away points [40:55] Defining therapeutic yoga [44:29] Links Mentioned: Watch this episode on YouTube Common Yoga Injuries & Prevention Online Course Find a Yoga Medicine Teacher page Yoga Medicine Podcast Episode 15: Shifting Persistent Pain with Marnie Hartman, DPT, CSCS Yoga Medicine Podcast Episode 19: Fascia and Pain Hip: Anatomy, Dysfunction, and Application Yoga Teacher Training Spine: Anatomy, Dysfunction, and Application Yoga Teacher Training Shoulder: Anatomy, Dysfunction, and Application Yoga Teacher Training You can learn more about this episode, and see the full show notes at www.YogaMedicine.com/podcast-24. And you can find out more about insider tips, online classes or information on our teacher trainings at www.YogaMedicine.com. To support our work, please leave us a 5 star review with your feedback on iTunes/Apple Podcasts.

Neurology Minute
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Criteria at Onset to Differentiate Pediatric MS from Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis

Neurology Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 3:10


Dr. Magnus Boesen discusses his abstract, "Magnetic Resonance Imaging Criteria at Onset to Differentiate Pediatric MS from Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis". Show references: https://index.mirasmart.com/aan2022/  

Real World NP
Acute Diarrhea Diagnosis for New Nurse Practitioners

Real World NP

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 14:34


Acute diarrhea is SUCH a common chief complaint in primary care. In this week's episode I'm covering acute diarrhea diagnosis for new nurse practitioners in primary care. Including:The approach to diagnosisWhat “doorways” to keep track ofThe most important history questionsTriaging the most dangerous presentationsWhether to order labs or not! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Dr. Caroline Leaf Podcast
Podcast 370: How to use the Neurocycle to manage & reduce acute & chronic anxiety

Dr. Caroline Leaf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 40:15


Sign up to Patreon to get access to the full ad-free video and audio recording of this episode: https://www.patreon.com/drcarolineleaf EPISODE DESCRIPTION: Watch this special session from my 2021 Mental Health Retreat in Dallas. In this session I discuss: -The psychoneurobiology of anxiety -What the 5 steps of the Neurocycle are, and how to use them to manage chronic and acute anxiety -Brain exercises to prepare your brain to begin unwiring anxiety OFFERS FROM OUR SPONSORS: -Ritual: Get 10% off during your first 3 months at ritual.com/DRLEAF -BetterHelp: Get 10% off their first month at betterhelp.com/drleaf. -Splendid Spoon: Get started and save $35 on your first order of delicious plant-based meals at SplendidSpoon.com/DRLEAF—that's only $6.66 per meal! -Get my new book Cleaning up Your Mental Mess here: https://www.cleaningupyourmentalmess.com -Download my new and improved brain detox app here: https://neurocycle.app -Get a free Cleaning up Your Mental Mess workbook when you subscribe to my weekly email at drleaf.com! -Sign up to join my free text program and receive mental health care tips. Just text DRLEAF to 1 (833) 285 3747 -Visit my website at https://drleaf.com for more free resources -Instagram: @drcarolineleaf: https://www.instagram.com/drcarolineleaf/- -Facebook: Dr. Caroline Leaf: https://www.facebook.com/drleaf -Twitter: @drcarolineleaf: https://twitter.com/DrCarolineLeaf -Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/drcarolineleaf *DISCLAIMER: This podcast and blog is for educational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. We always encourage each person to make the decision that seems best for their situation with the guidance of a medical professional. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Bert Show
Stella's Dad Reads A Special Letter Her Wrote For Her

The Bert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 10:47


Stella is 5 and she has leukemia, but more important than that, she LOVES ANIMALS and wants to be a vet when she grows up! How can we surprise STELLA and make her day? With the help of Crisp Video Group, it's happening!When Stella was 4 years old, she suddenly went from a healthy and vibrant child to suddenly cranky, moody, and generally not herself. Within 6 weeks of her initial mood shift, Stella's symptoms started to develop and come on very quickly. On May 25th, she had a bad fall in the grass and her reaction and crying were very extreme and out of character. The next day, her mom, Jennifer, got a call from the school, letting her know that they thought she needed to visit her pediatrician right away and warned her not to wait. Almost right away, she was diagnosed with leukemia.Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia: (ALL) is a type of cancer of the blood and bone marrow — the spongy tissue inside bones where blood cells are made. Acute lymphocytic leukemia is the most common type ofcancer in children, and treatments result in a good chance for a cure.By May 28th, she started chemotherapy. After a week, doctors made the decision to switch to a more aggressive cycle. Stella is currently undergoing treatment.When Crisp heard about Stella's journey and her love of animals, they really wanted to make magic happen and give this kiddo an experience that she'll never forget! Stella, her family, and 3 friends are getting the VIP treatment at Zoo Atlanta, and our friends at Crisp are sending a video crew to capture all of the magic! They'll get a dedicated Education Guide throughout the visit who can provide fun facts and info about the animals, get to do the Giant Panda Wild Encounter and go behind the scenes to meet and feed one of the pandas, meet one or more of the keepers, see the panda building, and learn more about pandas – it's a once-in-a-lifetime experience – go on a Veterinary Tour, meet one of the Zoo Atlanta veterinarians for a tour of our M.S. Silberman Diagnostic Center and a show-and-tell of some of the innovative equipment the Zoo's vets use to care for the animals and even watch a goat get a hoof trim! After that, she'll get to meet an alpaca, have lunch at the Nourish Café and in addition to all that, in sticking in the theme of animals, the Fur Bus is going to pick you up in a stylish bus decked out in faux fur, to get you to Zoo Atlanta in style!Crisp is even going to bring their professional video crew so we can capture every moment and Stella will have the memories for a lifetime! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-bert-show.

The Bert Show
Meet Stella: This Animal Lover Is About To Get A Huge Surprise!

The Bert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 9:44


Stella is 5 and she has leukemia, but more important than that, she LOVES ANIMALS and wants to be a vet when she grows up! How can we surprise STELLA and make her day? With the help of Crisp Video Group, it's happening!When Stella was 4 years old, she suddenly went from a healthy and vibrant child to suddenly cranky, moody, and generally not herself. Within 6 weeks of her initial mood shift, Stella's symptoms started to develop and come on very quickly. On May 25th, she had a bad fall in the grass and her reaction and crying were very extreme and out of character. The next day, her mom, Jennifer, got a call from the school, letting her know that they thought she needed to visit her pediatrician right away and warned her not to wait. Almost right away, she was diagnosed with leukemia.Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia: (ALL) is a type of cancer of the blood and bone marrow — the spongy tissue inside bones where blood cells are made. Acute lymphocytic leukemia is the most common type ofcancer in children, and treatments result in a good chance for a cure.By May 28th, she started chemotherapy. After a week, doctors made the decision to switch to a more aggressive cycle. Stella is currently undergoing treatment.When Crisp heard about Stella's journey and her love of animals, they really wanted to make magic happen and give this kiddo an experience that she'll never forget! Stella, her family, and 3 friends are getting the VIP treatment at Zoo Atlanta, and our friends at Crisp are sending a video crew to capture all of the magic! They'll get a dedicated Education Guide throughout the visit who can provide fun facts and info about the animals, get to do the Giant Panda Wild Encounter and go behind the scenes to meet and feed one of the pandas, meet one or more of the keepers, see the panda building, and learn more about pandas – it's a once-in-a-lifetime experience – go on a Veterinary Tour, meet one of the Zoo Atlanta veterinarians for a tour of our M.S. Silberman Diagnostic Center and a show-and-tell of some of the innovative equipment the Zoo's vets use to care for the animals and even watch a goat get a hoof trim! After that, she'll get to meet an alpaca, have lunch at the Nourish Café and in addition to all that, in sticking in the theme of animals, the Fur Bus is going to pick you up in a stylish bus decked out in faux fur, to get you to Zoo Atlanta in style!Crisp is even going to bring their professional video crew so we can capture every moment and Stella will have the memories for a lifetime! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-bert-show.

Fore Play
Looking Acute, ft. Super Bowl Champion Johnny Hekker

Fore Play

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 117:23


Max Homa Scramble is live. We discuss — Lurch's acting chops, LIV golf league's announced schedule of events, and Kiz losing Dewey due to stomach bug and still fighting his way to a $980K Wad Wednesday with Tillery on the bag. In From The Gallery, has Tiger hit his putter more than we've hit total golf shots combined? Who retires with a better career, Spieth or Rahm? Then we're joined by LA Rams punter and Super Bowl champion, Johnny Hekker, to discuss the art of punting, golf in the Pacific Northwest, and executing fake punts.