Today's topic arose from a real-life example of me being a detective with my own health. In this episode, I share with you common reasons why multivitamins can cause adverse effects, my own story, and 5 tips to avoid the adverse side effects that often come with a multivitamin.Make sure to join us for the December self-care activity that starts Friday, December 1st. The link to join us for free is below!Sources:Check out the Cleveland Clinic, Women's Health Magazine, and MindBodyGreen articles I used for my research.Want to WATCH the podcast on YouTube? Now you can! Watch & listen with this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvxZW1UUEZoDhyOSKqcZqKw***CHECK THIS OUT!!***Podcast Facebook Community:Have you joined the podcast Facebook community yet?! If not and you are a woman who is interested in having a place to connect, inspire, and support other like-minded women, this is the place for you! In the Facebook community, we will share our health and wellness journeys with one another in an effort to normalize these talks we often shy away from or feel are not welcome. They are welcome here, and I can't wait to see you there!!Use the following link to request to join:https://www.facebook.com/groups/385487936132272/Bi-Weekly Newsletter:Join my bi-weekly email list by sending me an email to email@example.comProducts I am OBSESSED with:Therasage:Use code KELLYB to save 10% on your own portable Infrared Sauna and take your healing to the next level! Click HERE to shop.Skin Essence Organics:Skin Essence Organics is a fantastic company that makes affordable, non-toxic skin care products that not only smell good but feel good, too! All of their products are 100% plant-based, organic, cruelty-free, gluten-free, and non-GMO. To start supporting your body and our environment, head on over to https://www.skinessenceorganics.com/ (if you are in the US) or https://www.skinessence.ca/ (if you are in Canada) to try out these amazing products. You can get 10% off of your order when you use the code: kelly, plus free shipping on orders of $49 or more.Funk It Wellness:Funk It Wellness Seed Cycling Kits and Maca Powder can be found at: https://funkitwellness.com/Use the code: KELLY20 to save 20% on your order!!Finally, if this podcast resonates with you, it would mean the world to me if you could take 20 seconds of your time and leave a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Reviews help this podcast become more searchable, allowing me to impact more people like you! Feel free to tag me on Instagram @kelly_bluth so that I can personally thank you or reach out to me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I am so grateful to you and look forward to continuing on this journey together!
Please consider subscribing, rating and commenting on our podcast (Spotify). But you can hear our podcasts anywhere.Dr. John Schuen is the division Chief of Pediatric Aerodigestive Specialties at Helen DeVos Children's hospital in Grand Rapids. He is also the director of the CF care center. We're talking to Dr. Schuen to discuss all that they have going on for CF patients in Grand Rapids. And why he decided to become a CF doctor.You are a specialist in so many areas, in addition to CF, in sleep medicine as well. Why did you decide to become a doctor, and specifically why did CF draw you in?I wanted to do this podcast to highlight all the great things that you and Dr. Susan Millard are doing and Dr. Johanna Zea-Hernandez. Overall how many patients do you have in the pediatric department and what are you seeing since the latest modulator came about in 2019?(Laura did have a cold through this podcast).--------------------------------John Schuen serves as division chief of Pediatric Aerodigestive Specialties at Helen DeVos Children's Hospital. Schuen provides medical care of children with complex pulmonary, respiratory related problems and sleep disorders. He also serves as medical director of the pediatric sleep laboratory, center director of cystic fibrosis care center at Helen DeVos Children's Hospital. He is board certified in pediatric pulmonology and sleep medicine.After matriculating from Albion College, Dr. Schuen earned his medical degree from Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. He completed his residency in pediatrics at the Cleveland Clinic and fellowship in pediatric pulmonology & sleep medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospitals.Dr. Schuen has been a member of numerous professional organizations including the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American College of Chest Physicians, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, and the American Thoracic Society. He serves on statewide and national committees devoted to advancing lung health in children such as the Cystic Fibrosis Newborn Screen Task Force as well as the Center Committee of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The CF Care Center is also a member of the Cystic Fibrosis Learning Network as well as the Therapeutic Development Network. The Helen DeVos Children's Hospital CF Care center also collaborates with Michigan State University to create and foster new research in their new Cystic Fibrosis Translational Research Program. The Pediatric Pulmonary section recently launched the system's first Pediatric Pulmonary fellowship program and currently has two wonderful fellows. He chaired the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's Center Committee for two consecutive terms during the pandemic and is ex officio of Spectrum Health West Michigan's Medical Group Committee of the Board.He has published multiple original journal articles, book chapters, reviews as well as delivered dozens of invited talks devoted to advancing the state of the art in child's lung and sleep health.Helen DeVos Children's Hospital: https://www.spectrumhealth.org/for-health-professionals/referrals-and-consultations/pulmonary-critical-care-and-sleep-medicine/cystic-fibrosis-clinicPlease consider making a donation: https://thebonnellfoundation.org/donate/The Bonnell Foundation website: https://thebonnellfoundation.orgBonnell Foundation email: email@example.comThanks to our sponsors:Vertex: https://www.vrtx.comGenentech: https://www.gene.comViatris: https://www.viatris.com/en
Leandro Vieira recebe o médico urologista Eder Brazão, que aborda a campanha do Novembro Azul, a importância dos cuidados preventivos, tira todas as dúvidas sobre o tema e explica como o A.C Camargo Center virou uma empresa de referência no segmento de saúde. Conteúdo patrocinado Novembro Azul é o mês de conscientização para prevenção e detecção precoce dos tumores que afetam a saúde masculina, principalmente o câncer de próstata, e o A.C.Camargo Cancer Center, referência em diagnóstico, tratamento, ensino e pesquisa em oncologia na América Latina, tem como um de seus propósitos promover a saúde oncológica da população por meio de campanha e do compartilhamento de informação. Para saber mais acesse aqui. Apresentação do entrevistadoEder Brazão é médico formado pela Unicamp com residência em Cirurgia Geral pela USP e em Urologia também pela Unicamp. Ele cursou especialização em Uro-oncologia, Laparoscopia e Cirurgia Robótica no A.C.Camargo Cancer Center e é pós-graduado em Endourologia e Cirurgia Robótica pelo Cleveland Clinic, em Ohio, Estados Unidos. Há seis anos ele é urologista no A.C Camargo Center.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, you'll learn about the psychological toll of steroid use, a very slow moving penguin-iceberg collision, and why we sometimes get dizzy when we stand up. Steroid Psychopath “Male weightlifters who use steroids are more prone to psychopathology than those who do not.” by Vladimir Hedrih. 2023. “Clustering psychopathology in male anabolic-androgenic steroid users and nonusing weightlifters.” by Marie Lindvik Jorstad, et al. 2023. “Anabolic Steroids.” Cleveland Clinic. 2023. Iceberg Crash “45-mile-long iceberg slams into penguin refuge in Antarctica, almost causing ecological disaster.” by Harry Baker. 2023. “A Brief Iceberg-Island Encounter.” by Adam Voiland. 2023. “Chinstrap Penguin.” n.a. N.d. “Chinstrap Penguin.” National Geographic. N.d. Stand Up Dizziness “Why do you get dizzy if you stand up too fast?” by Anna Gora. 2023. “Orthostatic Hypotension.” NIH. 2023. “A Brief REview on the Pathological Role of Decreased Blood Flow Affected in Retinitis Pigmentosa.” by Yi Jing Yang. 2018. Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to get smarter with Calli and Nate — for free! Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We make mistakes, but mistakes don't have to make us. There's no failure, there's only failure to learn something from those mistakes. Sometimes we get stuck, because we won't take a chance on something, because we're afraid of looking bad. Some people will take a class on coding or speed reading, and if they're not good at it the first time, they don't want to look bad in front of other people. I want to encourage people to make their own mistakes and then learn from them, that's how we grow. I don't know one strong person that had an easy life. My biggest challenge was learning and now that became my strength. Jim was once known as the “boy with the broken brain.” A childhood head injury at age five left him struggling in school. For a while, he even believed he could never be as good as other kids when it came to learning. Jim loved superheroes as a kid – and comic books saved him when conventional education couldn't. Comic books taught Jim how to read…and they also kept his dreams alive that one day he, too, would find his inner superpower. As the years wore on, fate led Jim to a mentor, a friend's father, who sent him on a journey to learn about his brain and learn how to use it. Little did Jim know, it would take him down the long path of discovering different learning habits, including accelerated learning systems and tactics. Jim discovered that, no matter the circumstances, we can rebuild our brains. And after working on himself, he realized his brain was not broken…it just needed a better owner's manual. This shattered Jim's own limiting beliefs – and over time, it became his passion to help others do the same. For the past three decades, Jim taught his learning techniques to students from universities such as Harvard, CalTech, and Singularity University. As well as executives and employees from companies such as Google, Virgin, Nike, Zappos, GE, 20th Century Fox, Cleveland Clinic, WordPress, and institutions like the United Nations to get the most out of work and life. In today's episode you'll discover: The biggest brain "lies" you still believe about your brain How Jim went from a serious brain injury that made it hard for him to learn to becoming the top brain coach in the World Your brain animal type according to Jim's C.O.D.E and how to leverage it to do things better The 10 things you can focus on right now to build a stronger brain And so much more! Grab a copy of Limitless Expanded here: https://kwikbrain.com/limitless-expanded Take the Quiz at mybrainanimal.com Connect with Jim Kwik on Instagram at @jimkwik Connect with me on Instagram at @carolinamillan Be sure to tag us both in your Instagram stories if you're enjoying the episode! I'm looking for my next success story. Apply to work with me and let's take your business to the next level here https://go.workwithcarolina.com Enjoyed the episode? Leave a 5-star review and subscribe!
Peter C. Yesawich is Chairman of Hospitable Healthcare Partners, LLC - a marketing consultancy serving hospitality and the healthcare industry clients - and Vice Chairman Emeritus of MMGY Global, one of the country's leading marketing communications companies renowned for its strategic thinking, breakthrough creativity, and innovation in marketing practice. Yesawich has contributed to the development of marketing programs for some of the industry's most popular brands, destinations and organizations including: Fairmont Hotel & Resorts, Hilton International, Disney Parks & Resorts, Universal Studios, Atlantis, The Broadmoor, Sandals Resorts, Wynn Las Vegas, Marriott Vacation Club International, the Mexico Tourism Board, and the U.S. Olympic Committee, to name a few. He is co-author of Marketing Leadership in Hospitality and Tourism, and the new book, Hospitable Healthcare: Just What the Patient Ordered! Questions • Could you share a little bit about your journey? • Have you seen any common themes as it relates to customer service delivery on the part of the service provider that you think is universal to both areas? • Now, could you also share with us what's the one online resource, tool, website or app that you absolutely cannot live without in your business? • Can you also share with our listeners, maybe one or two books that you have read, it could be a book that you read a very long time ago, or even one that you've read recently, but it had a great impact on you. • What's the one thing that's going on in your life right now that you're really excited about? Either something you're working on to develop yourself or your people. • Where can listeners find you online? • Now, before we wrap our episodes up, we always like to ask our guests, do you have a quote or a saying that during times of adversity or challenge, you will tend to revert to this quote if for any reason you get derailed or you get off track, the quote kind of helps to just get you back on track. Do you have one of those? Highlights Impact on Online Sources But on that point, one of the things that they looked at in writing the book and their survey of 1200 adults is how they use online sources to help them think about healthcare and whether it's evaluating healthcare providers, or self-diagnosis, we all joke about Dr. Google, something happens and we quickly want to do a web search, whether it's Google or WebMD, or any of a number of site specific providers, specific sites, like Mayo Clinic and Cleveland Clinic and so forth, to get that kind of information. But that would be his answer. By the way, that is extremely helpful, but also generally very difficult for people to interpret. So, it's essential, they should absolutely do their homework, but they should also consult with a medical professional to make sure they've interpreted it correctly. So, it's a combination of those two, but that wouldn't be his answer, really, it's Google would be the certainly the go to source. Me: It's amazing you said that, we take it for granted when you think about how we used to do research prior to Google, Encyclopaedia Britannica, go to the library, it takes you so long to kind of get information. And I always tell my daughter, and even my mom, I tell her, there's nothing that you can type into Google that I'm sure someone else in the world has not asked that same exact question. No matter how stupid you think it is, somebody in the world has asked the question and there is an answer there for you, so it really is knowledge base. Peter shared that what's interesting about that though is, in hospitality, online people go online to look at reviews. So, you look at reviews of restaurants, or hotels or destinations or what it may be. In their companies that have really built incredible databases like TripAdvisor and Expedia and so forth. And then you think about, “Well, why doesn't that exist in healthcare?” So, if you wanted to learn a little bit more about, let's say, a particular hospital, where you might be thinking about scheduling some kind of elective procedure, or a specific clinician, a doctor or a practice, one of the things you discover very quickly is it's very difficult to get that kind of information online about healthcare providers, and people ask why and he'll share with the listeners that kind of interesting that came out of their research. There are two reasons for that. Number one, most of these healthcare rating sites will not publish any ratings on providers unless they have a minimum number of what they consider to be objective ratings, typically, that's 3. So, for example, if you go into health grades, or any of the doctor sites, you'll notice a lot of the physicians don't have any rating or if they do have a rating, it might be one or two ratings. And obviously, people are generally very, very suspect about that if they don't have a broader base of patient reviews. Now, the question is, why is that? And here's the interesting part of the answer. We discovered that most of us are very reluctant to criticize medical professionals. For example, the example you just gave about the paediatrician. Now, you're quick to maybe share that story with other friends but his suspicion is you probably didn't go online and write a review. Now, maybe you did. Me: I did not. But I don't think it's because I was reluctant to share it online, I think at the time, that would have been like 2006, I don't think it was that popular at the time. Peter stated that for most people today, they're reluctant to do that online publicly. And we think that there's a really good psychological reason for that and that is that we are all raised correctly, by the way, to respect the amount of training and the motivation of medical professionals that even if we find that their style to be a little abrupt, and so forth, the fact of the matter is, we absolutely respect their expertise. And the other aspect of that is, we don't have the same vocabulary. So, it's very difficult for us to interpret many times their comments, or their assessment of our medical problem. So, it's just not possible for us to rate them because we don't know, we don't know if it's good or bad advice. And as a result of that, what happens, these ratings are few and far between, anyway, to your point is we like to say, if you have an anniversary dinner in a restaurant, where the restaurant blew it, well, you may go home that night and the internet will be blazing in terms of your negative response. But if you had a bad experience at your physician's office, you just kind of shrug your shoulders and kind of move on. But more and more to your point, people are exercising choice and say, “I'm not going back to that office, or I'm not going back to that hospital, the experience was really bad.” And generally, most insurance programs provide some options for you to use other providers. Books that Have Had the Biggest Impact on Peter When asked about books that have an impact, Peter stated that he'll give you just one. And it's a book that he thinks resides in the same space as their book, their most recent book. It's called Compassionomics: The Revolutionary Scientific Evidence That Caring Makes a Difference by Stephen Trzeciak and was authored by two medical doctors from the University of Pittsburgh. And it's fascinating examination of an idea similar to theirs about hospitality and healthcare. And the book, it really addresses the question, critical question that most people in healthcare ask and they say, well, we believe, we get the idea that compassion is important for patients as part of the customer experience and so forth. But it doesn't make financial sense. So, that's the point of view. He'll give the best example. Most physicians today are under tremendous time pressure to see as many patients as quickly as possible, and that's a recurring theme of dissatisfaction for people in healthcare, where they say, “Well, I only saw the doctor for 10 minutes, and half the time he or she was looking at a computer screen. They didn't look at me.” Well, the problem is that many of these practices, literally, they have performance criteria that says, you should not spend more than 15 or 20 minutes with a patient and you need to move on because the volume needs to be at, anyway. So, the whole idea of being compassionate, and a big part of that is just listening, and that is listening until the patient has expressed everything he or she would like to express and also making sure they understand what the clinician has concluded and is recommending, that takes time. And it's a big issue of this demonstrating compassion. And he lives through that because as he says, 10 years in cancer care business. And you talk about the importance of compassion in medical facilities, there's nothing more challenging and potentially difficult than fighting cancer, it's the worst disease that anyone can be diagnosed with. And it happens to be the most expensive disease. And therefore, compassion is essential in terms of getting people through the process. But anyway, that's a long answer to a great question. But he would recommend that to anybody who is interested in the healthcare customer experience because, as it turns out, they make a case, very compelling case, this is compassion, the delivery of compassion, the demonstration of that makes great financial sense for a whole bunch of reasons. And they build the case for that. Me: I can just imagine, because as I said to you at the beginning, the average person that goes to their doctor or hospital or clinic, they're in pain. So, when I do trainings for those persons in that type of industry, I genuinely say to them that listen, if you don't genuinely care about other human beings, and you're not genuinely there to help them, you're just in the profession for the financial gain, this is just not the area for you to be in because as you mentioned, compassion is one of those key skills that you need and sadly, a lot of patients and their relatives, they don't get that. Even COVID saw ot, I heard so many cases where I guess they got immune to the fact that people were dying from COVID, you are just another dead person to them. And that person was somebody's dad, was somebody's mom, was somebody's sister, was somebody's child. Is Healthcare a Need or a Want Service? Peter agreed and shared that it's funny, because they talk to medical professionals about their book. Some of them say, well, all this is wonderful. But healthcare is what they call a need service. And hospitality is a want service, and they stopped them and say, wait a minute, think about what you just said. The point they make is that, yes, many people pursue healthcare out of need, they're ill, they had an accident, whatever it might be. And they come to that experience with all kinds of anxiety, and all of a sudden, they have issues related to difficulty making an appointment, checking in, the time that it takes, understanding the cost of the service, all the things he just talked about. And the point he makes is that, yes, it is a need service for many patients who seek emergency care. But that amplifies the importance of the hospitality elements in delivering the care, because the hospitality elements help manage down some of that anxiety. We've all sat in an emergency room way too long and the anxiety is building and something as simple and a lot of hospitals now do this, which published the wait times in the emergency rooms, they say, okay, your wait time is 32 minutes, well, at least you know that you're going to be there for half an hour, if nobody told you it was 32 minutes, you'd be sitting there 20-25 and wondering what's going on anyway, you get the idea. So, even though it is a need service, and we acknowledge that, we think that it actually underscores the importance of hospitable healthcare. What Peter is Really Excited About Now! When asked about something he's excited about, Peter shared that it is this book, took them 2 years to write this. And he said, they did a major piece of national research. And the reaction they've gotten to this book has been terrific from not just consumers because they know consumers, they say “Well, wouldn't you like a more hospitable experience?” Everybody says, absolutely. But from healthcare practitioners, they say, “Okay, that sounds really good. Tell me how.” So, in this book, what they've done is in their model, the fact that PAEER model for each chapter, they've identified very specific action items like how to prepare, how to anticipate, how to engage for healthcare providers, it's almost like a checklist. And it's amazing how healthcare providers react. He'll give one example and it happens to be addressing that number one deficit, which is not knowing the cost of the healthcare service before it's provided. He was sharing this with a CEO of a large healthcare system in New York couple of weeks ago. And he said, “Okay, smart guy, well tell me how we're supposed to address that.” So, we'll try this on for size. So, when he books, he's talking about non-emergency procedures. Now, emergency procedures are unique, but non-emergency and by the way, that represents a very substantial percentage of the procedures that any hospital system would do. So, you have to schedule the surgery, whatever it might be. So, he said, “When I confirm my appointment for that particular service or procedure, I don't know the cost, but why don't you give me a pro forma estimate of the cost of that when you confirm my appointment?” It's the same that happens in most industry. So, next week, if you take your car to a car repair service or for service, they're going to give you an estimate, you have to approve that before they do the work, you want to book a hotel room or a vacation, you're going to know the cost of that before you take the trip. So, why wouldn't the healthcare provider send me an estimate of the expected cost of annual physical, any surgical procedure, whatever it might be. And the reason he says that is the hospital, and the healthcare provider knows the cost of the service before they confirm your appointment. Now, most patients don't know that. But they know the cost because all of those services are already contracted with these insurance companies. So, they have a very specific dollar amount, they're going to get reimbursed for that, even though that dollar amount as you know is substantially less than what you see in the bill. But his point is that they could give you a pro forma estimate that says, “Okay, this is likely to be between $600 and $800.” And they disclaim that by saying, “We may discover when we do your examination that more tests are required, and therefore, it's going to be a little more expensive.” And they disclose that at the time the appointment is confirmed. But the point is that that gives people, patients then a general sense of what the cost might be, allows them to make an informed decision about whether or not they want to certain to pursue treatment there or someplace else. He's sure you (Yanique) read all the stories about people that say, “Well, I looked at the cost of an MRI at hospital A, and it was $2500. And I look at an MRI at hospital B and it was $3800. How could it be different? It's the same procedure?” Well, the idea is that their margins are different, their reimbursement rates are different with insurance companies. They know that, you don't know that, but you could actually as a provider, begin to minimize a lot of that anxiety by simply giving a pro forma estimate. So, the CEO said, “You know what, that's kind of interesting idea.” He said, you have all that information, but you just don't provide it. So, they're going to begin to explore the possibility of doing that. By the way, just this week, he saw Amazon health. Amazon is now getting into the primary care business and one of the things, they just released a press from two days ago, press release on this, Amazon health will give you the cost of the service at the time you book the appointment. And he thought to himself, “Wow, somebody's paying attention here.” Me: Yeah, they saw the need, they did their work. They did their research. Peter agreed and stated there's an example of what he's talking about. Where Can We Find Peter Online Website: www.hospitablehealthcare.com Quote or Saying that During Times of Adversity Peter Uses When asked about a quote or saying that he tends to revert to, Peter shared that he's not sure it's a quote, but it's more of a mantra and that is, “Tomorrow will be a better day.” And that is if you get consumed by negativity, by certainly today, all the things going on in the world. It's easy to get very dark, very quickly. But you have to awaken with the belief that things will get better and generally they do. And you as an individual will have to be a major catalyst to that, you have to pursue it and you have to be relentless. But yeah, if you ever lose hope in that then you're probably headed to a very dark place. But that would be tomorrow's always going to be a better day. Me: Perfect. Thank you so much for sharing. Now, Peter, we want to just extend our heartfelt gratitude to you for taking time out of your very busy schedule to share about your book, all the research that you did, giving us some real-life, practical examples that our listeners can take back. I think this book that you did is of great value, as you mentioned, not just to patients, but also to persons who are in the healthcare industry, who are service providers, there's clearly a lot of opportunities from a hospitable perspective that healthcare providers could be doing that they're not doing. And I really hope that this book gets to more people, and that they will look on it, not like the person mentioned, it's a need and not a want, but look on it that at the end of the day, in everything we're doing, there's always an opportunity to create that experience that people would want to come back to you, even if it's a need, even if you don't necessarily want to go back and see your GP or your ophthalmologist or your dermatologist, you want to be cured. But at the end of the day, when you walked away from that experience, you will be motivated to want to go back if something should happen to you and not feel demotivated not to go back, because the experience was not good. So, I do think that what you shared with us here today will be of great value, encourage all of the work that you're doing and thank you, thank you so much again. Please connect with us on Twitter @navigatingcx and also join our Private Facebook Community – Navigating the Customer Experience and listen to our FB Lives weekly with a new guest Links • Hospitable Healthcare: Just What the Patient Ordered! By Peter Yesawich Ph. D and Stowe Shoemaker Ph.D • Compassionomics: The Revolutionary Scientific Evidence That Caaring Makes a Difference by Stephen Trzeciak The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience Grab the Freebie on Our Website – TOP 10 Online Business Resources for Small Business Owners Do you want to pivot your online customer experience and build loyalty - get a copy of “The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience.” The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience provides 26 easy to follow steps and techniques that helps your business to achieve success and build brand loyalty. 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Every now and then, we run into A-students who have become so accomplished in the multiple worlds of art, architecture, preservation, business, and common sense, that it's a shame not to share those conversations. Joining us today is Christy MacLear, the founder of Artist Ventures. She's been CEO for Superblue, a thrilling immersive experience in Miami, which you should put on your travel list; the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, and Philip Johnson's Glass House. She's been Vice Chairman at Sotheby's and consulted for the Cleveland Clinic, Disney, and the fabulously midcentury modern Noyes House in New Canaan Ct. She's a podcast producer, she's into web3 and NFT's and the blockchain and AI and anything cutting-edge. In her spare time, she's been on Stanford's Arts Council, Stanford's Cantor Museum, and she's Chair of New York City's Municipal Arts Society. George Smart, flagbearer for the B-students, engages this delightful guest.
Today, you'll learn about how hypnotherapy could be a tool to fight pain after surgery, a discovery that could lead to less mosquito-borne diseases, and how you might have worms to thank for your fall feast. Hypno Pain Killer “The Role of Hypnotherapy in Postoperative Cardiac Surgical Patients, A Scoping Review of Current Literature.” by Basil Ahmad, et al. 2023. “Hypnosis.” Cleveland Clinic. 2022. “Direct comparisons between hypnosis and meditation: A mini-review.” by Gabriele Penazzi & Nicola De Pisapia. 2022. Mosquito Secrets “Discovery in Mosquitoes Could Lead to New Strategy Against Dengue Fever and Other Mosquito-Borne Viruses.” n.a. 2023. “If mosquitoes were eradicated, what would be the consequences?” by Jane Monroe Arcata. 2021. Important Worms “Earthworms contribute to 6.5% of global grain production, according to new CSU research.” EurekAlert! 2023. “Worm Casting Benefits: Why Use This Plant Superfood.” by Eric Vinje. 2022. Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to get smarter with Calli and Nate — for free! Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Maria Shriver, Women's Alzheimer's Movement at Cleveland Clinic founder, Sharon Malone, Alloy Women's Health medical adviser and Lisa Mosconi, director of the Alzheimer's Prevention Clinic at Weill Cornell Medicine joined the Global Women's Summit to discuss menopause, the brain and women's health. Then, self-made billionaire Jenny Just, Peak6 co-founder and managing partner, shares what poker can teach women about risk-taking and business strategy. Conversations recorded on Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2023.
Host: Peter Buch, MD, FACG, AGAF, FACP Guest: David Liska, MD Since the 1990s, clinicians have been seeing a significant increase in colorectal cancer among young patients, who are under the age of 50. A multidisciplinary approach is key as diagnostic and treatment considerations are specific to their age. Dive in with Dr. Peter Buch as he's joined by Dr. David Liska, Section Chief of Oncology in the Department of Colorectal Surgery at the Cleveland Clinic.
What's in this episode:This one's for the guys, the gals, and our non-binary pals.We're gonna talk about your hormones.It's time to go with the flow. Rather than ignoring the obvious — that we ebb and flow just as much as our work does — let's talk about real things that happen to real people that really affect our work week.Folks + things mentioned in this episode:* Don't know how to track your hormones? This will instruct you.* Get down to hormone basics with the Cleveland Clinic here.* Need a read? Try The Best Business Book In The World* (*According to my Mom) here.* Looking to work with a coach to transform your way of thinking? Look no further.Got Q's? Jill's Got A's.* Wanna leave a review at RateThisPodcast.com/WhyAreWeShouting so you can become the coolest person on the planet?* Wanna get your Q's A'd in a future episode?* Wanna sponsor an episode?Talk to me! Text or call (708) 872-7878 so that we can make your dreams come true.Got thoughts, comments, or questions about the episode you just heard? Leave a comment below.See you soon,jill Get full access to The Why Are We Shouting? Podcast at jillsalzman.substack.com/subscribe
EPISODE 278 - Lori Ann Wood - How An Incurable Heart Failure Created a Divine DetourMy heart journey began in November 2015: the physical part on November 27, the spiritual part three weeks earlier. On November 6, around 10:00 pm on a stretch of highway a few hours from my home, I prayed specifically for God to make my life matter in His Kingdom and pledged that I would do anything to that end. Immediately, apprehensive tears streamed down my face as I realized the weight of that promise.Less than a month later, I almost died from heart failure from an unknown cause: severe idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy. I soon learned I had an EF of 8% and spent 14 days in the hospital, most of it in ICU, as doctors tried to save my life. All of this despite having no risk factors, no family history, low blood pressure, low cholesterol levels, and a recent medical evaluation declaring that I had less than 3% chance of ever developing heart disease. I was emergency flighted to Cleveland Clinic and became their most critical patient for 16 months. During that time I wore a Life Vest external defibrillator, carefully titrated my meds to maximum dosages, and eliminated sodium from my diet. I was eventually implanted with a Biventricular CRT-D, a combination pacemaker/internal defibrillator.Meanwhile, thousands of people prayed for me around the clock despite a grim prognosis and sympathetic tears from every doctor we encountered. Some would say nothing much happened for many, many months, but the miracle was that I survived. Peace enveloped my husband and I, and we held on tight and trusted. Against all medical odds, my EF was restored on March 27, 2017.I don't want to mislead you into thinking my journey is over, that the story is fully written. I have had setbacks since, physically, and even spiritually. But God showed up countless times throughout the journey and continues to walk through this with me, as I put my today and tomorrow in His tender, merciful hands, and wait for what is next. I trust in God as a loving father. If He chooses to normalize my heart and grant me years into old age, then may He receive all praise and glory. If God has a different story that He is writing, please pray I can endure that journey with the grace and peace that is only experienced through the Spirit of God. Thank you for caring enough to join me in this___https://loriannwood.com/ National Podcast Post Month is celebrating 16 years! Join the 30 days of podcasting fun starting on November 1st! #NaPodPoMoSupport the showAre you looking to hire a podcast editor to do the behind the scenes work for you? Do you want to be a better Podcast Guest?Searching for How To Start a Podcast?Looking for Podcast Tips?Visit HowToPodcast.ca for practical advice, featured guest co-hosts from around the world and a community of podcasters dedicated to your success - join Dave and the entire podcast family at https://howtopodcast.ca/
Peter Rea is Vice President of Integrity and Ethics at Parker Hannifin Corporation. He is a Professor of Business Administration at Baldwin Wallace University. He teaches physician leadership for the Cleveland Clinic. He Chairs Ohio University's Medical School Advisory Board. Parker Hannifin is a Fortune 250 publicly owned company with over $19 billion in annual sales, employing about 65,000 teammates in 50 countries. Parker is the global leader in motion and control technologies.In 2012, Peter joined Parker in a newly established position to preserve Parker's reputation and protect its financial strength. The mission is to help individuals and teams perform at a high level despite pressure and uncertainty guided by a character defined as a virtue. The strategy is understanding and applying a strength-based approach to support existing business priorities. The business impact of the virtues has been increased engagement, enhanced teamwork, and leadership development. Previously, Peter was Business Dean and founding Burton D. Morgan Chair of Entrepreneurial Studies at Baldwin Wallace University. He was the founding Director of Baldwin-Wallace's Center for Innovation & Growth. The Center provides a practical forum for students, profit and nonprofit senior leaders, and entrepreneurs to create economic and social value through innovation guided by integrity.He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Akron, an M.A. from Bowling Green State University, and a B.S. from Ohio University. He has completed postdoctoral studies in international marketing, finance, and marketing strategy at the University of South Carolina, Memphis University, Carnegie Mellon University, and Duke University. A Quote From Better Humans, Better Performance"Virtue is more than a word: It's a way for us all to live, a way to flourish as human beings. And when applied to organizational life, virtue serves to enhance engagement, strengthen teamwork, and foster success in business."Resources Mentioned in This EpisodeBook: Better Humans. Better Performance Book: Exception to the Rule: The Surprising Science of Character-Based Culture, Engagement, and Performance Book: Leading with Integrity: Character-Based LeadershipAbout The International Leadership Association (ILA)The ILA was created in 1999 to bring together professionals interested in studying, practicing, and teaching leadership. Plan for ILA's 25th Global Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, October 12-15, 2023.About The Boler College of Business at John Carroll UniversityBoler offers four MBA programs – 1 Year Flexible, Hybrid, Online, and Professional. Each MBA track offers flexible timelines and various class structure options (online, in-person, hybrid, asynchronous). Boler's tech core and international study tour opportunities set these MBA programs apart. Rankings highlighted in the intro are taken from CEO Magazine.About Scott J. AllenWebsiteMy Approach to HostingThe views of my guests do not constitute "truth." Nor do they reflect my personal views in some instances. However, they are views to consider, and I hope they help you clarify your perspective. Nothing can replace your reflection, research, and exploration of the topic.
Jim Kwik is an internationally acclaimed authority in the realm of brain optimization, memory improvement and accelerated learning. With over 30 years of experience, Jim has dedicated his life to helping people tap into their brain's full potential. From overcoming learning challenges after a childhood brain injury, Jim embarked on a journey with the mission to leave no brain behind. Through his teachings, Jim inspires others to unlock their inner genius, empowering them to live a life of greater power, productivity, and purpose. This November, Jim is unveiling an expanded edition of his New York Times and #1 Wall Street Journal bestseller, "Limitless - Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, Unlock Your Exceptional Life." Since its debut in 2020, "Limitless" has emerged as a touchstone in the field, garnering praise from global thought leaders and luminaries. The book has equipped countless readers with tools for unparalleled productivity, personal transformation, and professional triumph – including the future of work, brain nutrition, brain types, and how AI will impact our daily lives. This new edition is tailored for those keen on staying ahead in our fast-changing world. Recognized globally for his expertise in brain empowerment and renowned as the world's #1 brain coach, Jim's influence is vast. Through Kwik Learning, present in 195 countries, he's revolutionizing global learning methods. From students and tech mavens to CEOs, from Hollywood celebrities to professional athletes, Jim's teachings resonate with a diverse audience. Industry giants like Google, Virgin, Nike, SpaceX and 20th Century Fox, along with institutions like Harvard and the United Nations, have embraced his methodologies. His collaborations with entities such as the U.S. Air Force and the Cleveland Clinic further highlight the extensive scope of his influence. Jim is also behind the phenomenal success of the podcast "Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik." His podcast boasts millions of listeners and more than 60 million downloads, and is a testament to his ability to connect and inspire. Jim's passion transcends personal success. His dedication to global education and brain health is remarkable, having spearheaded initiatives for Alzheimer's research and school construction worldwide. In collaboration with organizations like Pencils of Promise and The Unstoppable Foundation, Jim ensures that underserved children globally receive essential resources, from education to clean water. https://kwikbrain.com/ https://www.jimkwik.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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This week we delve into the worlds of cardiac critical care and congenital heart surgery when we review a recent report of a randomized controlled trial assessing the impact of nasal intubation on rates of NG or G tube feeds at discharge following neonatal congenital heart surgery. Do nasally intubated patients eat by mouth faster and have shorter lengths of stay? What would be the theoretical reasons that this might be useful? What is an 'ICU Liberation bundle' and how did its application to all postop newborns improve outcomes? Can the route of tracheal intubation truly be viewed as a possible 'modifiable risk factor'? These are amongst the questions posed to cardiology fellow at the Cleveland Clinic, Dr. Melissa Yildirim who conducted this study at the University of Virginia during pediatric critical care fellowship. doi: 10.1007/s00246-023-03322-7
Dr. Bruce Rogen, Chief Medical Officer at Cleveland Clinic Employee Health Plan joins the podcast to discuss key insights into his background & organization, top priorities for the rest of the year, programs and initiatives that have been needle-moving, and more!
Today we delve into a topic that intrigues and inspires - the irresistible appeal of sexy older women, and the concept of a MILF. Our special guest, the world-renowned adult star Brandi Love, brings her unique insights and experiences to the table, illuminating why men are so fascinated by mature beauty and elegance. Brandi shares her personal journey and how she has embraced her evolving sexuality over the years. We explore the myths and realities surrounding age, sexuality, and desirability, breaking down societal stereotypes and uncovering the profound allure of experience, confidence, and self-awareness that mature women possess.Listeners will gain a deeper understanding of the psychological and emotional factors that contribute to the magnetism of a MILF, the sexy older woman. From discussing the role of emotional intelligence and life experience in forming deep, meaningful connections, to examining the evolving standards of beauty and sex appeal in our society, this episode is a treasure trove of insights. Join Brandi Love and me for a journey that is as enlightening as it is provocative, where we challenge preconceived notions and celebrate the timeless allure of mature femininity. Whether you are captivated by the idea of a MILF, or simply a fan of Brandi Love, this episode promises to engage, educate, and enthrall.This is the very first episode of the Dr. Sex Fairy Podcast after our summer hiatus, and we are back as a video podcast on our YouTube channel Dr. Sex Fairy.Dr. Kanwal Bawa is America's favorite sex doctor. She is Cleveland Clinic trained, and a pioneer in the fields of sexual wellness, skin rejuvenation and hair restoration. She has a state-of-the-art practice in Boca Raton, Florida called Bawa Medical. She earned the moniker Dr. Sex Fairy due to her incredible advances in the field of intimate and sexual wellness.Her patients fly to her from all over the world for vaginal rejuvenation, non-surgical labiaplasty, penis enlargement, Erectile Dysfunction treatments, better performance, increased libido, hormone replacement, and more. She also provides virtual consultations for those who are unable to travel to her for in-office treatments. Dr. Bawa also has her own line of Dr. Sex Fairy supplements which includes a testosterone booster, a nitric oxide booster and a libido enhancer. To learn more about Dr. Sex Fairy supplements and claim your $100 discount:https://shop.bawamedical.com/collections/supplementsTo watch Dr. Sex Fairy in video format: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFsvTQJsdYdmAoz-vk-xiXw To schedule a virtual or in-office consultation: https://www.bawamedical.com/contact/ To learn more about sexual wellness: https://www.bawamedical.com/sexual-health/ TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZTdC5M5Me/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therealdrsexfairy/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/doctorsexfairy
Heart health is complicated and can be scary, even for runners. Andrea is joined by Dr. Tamanna Singh, MD to unravel the mysteries of cardiac health for endurance athletes. They discuss the biological benefits that running provides the heart, and how we as runners can expect our hearts to change as we train. Dr. Singh gives advice on what to do if you start experiencing cardiac issues, and how to find the right physician for your unique needs as an athlete. amanna Singh, MD, is a clinical cardiologist (heart specialist) and a Co-Director of the Sports Cardiology Center in the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine and Family Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio. Dr. Singh earned her medical degree from Boston University School of Medicine and served her residency at Boston Medical Center. She served a three-year fellowship in cardiology at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY, then returned to Boston to complete her specialty training in sports cardiology with the Cardiovascular Performance Program fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital. As a sports cardiologist Dr. Singh has provided cardiac care for professional sports teams, competitive and recreational athletes and highly active individuals. She has significant experience in cardiopulmonary exercise testing specifically in athletes and has participated in multiple pre-participation screening events for collegiate and professional athletes to help ensure their safe participation in sports. You can find her online at the Cleveland Clinic's website or her Instagram. Chapters 0:00 - Intro 3:08 - Getting to know Dr. Singh 08:25 - The Subjective: what is the most important health benefit you get from running? 11:22 - The benefits of regular cardiovascular exercise 14:22 - Recommendations for volume of exercise 19:12 - Cardiac changes in endurance athletes 25:08 - Can years of endurance training cause cardiac problems? 38:04 - Do recreational athletes need a pre-participation cardiac screening? 45:14 - What to do when you start experiencing cardiac symptons 53:55 - How to find a sports cardiologist 56:37 - How does a cardiologist determine appropriate training for a patient 59:25 - COVID and cardiac changes in runners 1:05:08 - Wrap-up This episode is sponsored by Running Warehouse. Tis the season for runners with holidays around the corner. Whether you are shopping for your favorite runner in your life or want to treat yo self, Running Warehouse has got you covered with their official 2023 holiday gift guide. Goodr's sunglasses are always a go-to for us. Their sunglasses come in endless design options and are something that runners will never argue about having multiple pairs of. The Naked Band isn't just a gift, it's a life changer for the way it lets runners take all the things on the run while making it compact and completely unobtrusive. Finally, you must go search for the Ciele Holiday Cap in Iconic Athletics-Folia color. It is amazing and we love that it exists. New from our favorite headgear company, this hat is both perfect for dead of winter runs and your next Christmas Story party all at once. Head over to Running Warehouse's Holiday Gift Guide to check all of this out and much, much more. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/doctors-of-running/support
We often ask each other “What's your why?”Go a step deeper and ask: “What's your dominant question?”Jim Kwik is a brain coach and the author of the #1 WSJ bestseller, “Limitless: Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, and Unlock Your Exceptional Life.” One of the many fascinating things we discuss is the idea of the dominant question - why it's so important and useful if you want to do big things in this world.Listen to this brand new episode of From Start-Up to Grown-Up to hear all about the most important question to ask yourself, a process to make sure you move your vision forward, the simple methodology you can use to move your vision forward.Jim Kwik is an internationally acclaimed authority in the realm of brain optimization, memory improvement and accelerated learning. With over 30 years of experience, Jim has dedicated his life to helping people tap into their brain's full potential. From overcoming learning challenges after a childhood brain injury, Jim embarked on a journey with the mission to leave no brain behind. Through his teachings, Jim inspires others to unlock their inner genius, empowering them to live a life of greater power, productivity, and purpose.This November, Jim is unveiling an expanded edition of his New York Times and #1 Wall Street Journal bestseller, "Limitless - Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, Unlock Your Exceptional Life." Since its debut in 2020, "Limitless" has emerged as a touchstone in the field, garnering praise from global thought leaders and luminaries. The book has equipped countless readers with tools for unparalleled productivity, personal transformation, and professional triumph – including the future of work, brain nutrition, brain types, and how AI will impact our daily lives. This new edition is tailored for those keen on staying ahead in our fast-changing world.Recognized globally for his expertise in brain empowerment and renowned as the world's #1 brain coach, Jim's influence is vast. Through Kwik Learning, present in 195 countries, he's revolutionizing global learning methods. From students and tech mavens to CEOs, from Hollywood celebrities to professional athletes, Jim's teachings resonate with a diverse audience. Industry giants like Google, Virgin, Nike, SpaceX and 20th Century Fox, along with institutions like Harvard and the United Nations, have embraced his methodologies. His collaborations with entities such as the U.S. Air Force and the Cleveland Clinic further highlight the extensive scope of his influence.Jim is also behind the phenomenal success of the podcast "Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik." His podcast boasts millions of listeners and more than 60 million downloads, and is a testament to his ability to connect and inspire. Learn more about Jim here — Websitehttps://www.jimkwik.com Connect with Alisa! Follow Alisa Cohn on Instagram: @alisacohn Twitter: @alisacohn Facebook: facebook.com/alisa.cohn LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alisacohn/ Website: http://www.alisacohn.com Download her 5 scripts for delicate conversations (and 1 to make your life better) Grab a copy of From Start-Up to Grown-Up by Alisa Cohn from AmazonLove the show? Subscribe, Rate, Review, Like, and Share!
There's a lot of talk out there about how artificial intelligence will change the way doctors and nurses take care of patients; you hear some of it right here on this show. But all of that still feels like a forecast rather than a present reality. When you look really closely, it's hard to find concrete examples where AI is already helping healthcare providers make better decisions that improve patient outcomes and take costs out of the system.That's why Harry wanted to have Nassib Chamoun on the show. Chamoun is the founder and CEO of Health Data Analytics Institute (HDAI), which has been working with a major healthcare system, Houston Methodist, to test out a working platform called HealthVision. It's a collection of AI-driven models that use huge amounts of data, both from Medicare and from Houston's own electronic health record system, to make predictions that help doctors and administrators spend less time poring over records and data, and more time interacting with actual patients and making good clinical and management decisions.Nassib has a way of talking about HDAI and HealthVision that leaves out the hype and focuses on the real-world problems AI can solve for doctors and administrators—like how to identify the patients discharged from hospitals to their homes or to skilled nursing facilities who are at the highest risk of complications, and which interventions could help keep them alive and prevent readmission. Nassib tells Harry that “AI is not magic" and points out that even the most famous large language models, like ChatGPT, are just massive statistical representations of data created, collected, or curated by humans. And while these models are powerful, Nassib argues they'll need guardrails around them to guarantee transparency and explainability and to prevent bias, before they can be useful in high-stakes fields like healthcare.HDAI has raised tens of millions of dollars of capital and spent seven years developing HealthVision, and now the company is getting ready to grow beyond Houston Methodist and deploy the system at other big healthcare institutions like the Cleveland Clinic and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute—so more providers will get a chance to test whether AI can keep patients healthier and make healthcare delivery more efficient.For a full transcript of this episode, please visit our episode page at http://www.glorikian.com/podcast Please rate and review The Harry Glorikian Show on Apple Podcasts! Here's how to do that from an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:1. Open the Podcasts app on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. 2. Navigate to The Harry Glorikian Show podcast. You can find it by searching for it or selecting it from your library. Just note that you'll have to go to the series page which shows all the episodes, not just the page for a single episode.3. Scroll down to find the subhead titled "Ratings & Reviews."4. Under one of the highlighted reviews, select "Write a Review."5. Next, select a star rating at the top — you have the option of choosing between one and five stars. 6. Using the text box at the top, write a title for your review. Then, in the lower text box, write your review. Your review can be up to 300 words long.7. Once you've finished, select "Send" or "Save" in the top-right corner. 8. If you've never left a podcast review before, enter a nickname. Your nickname will be displayed next to any reviews you leave from here on out. 9. After selecting a nickname, tap OK. Your review may not be immediately visible.That's it! Thanks so much.
The Cleveland Clinic estimates that about 1 in 3 Americans struggle with sleep. The problems are wide-ranging, including trouble falling or staying asleep or just not feeling rested each morning. We speak with sleep expert, Dr. Aric Prather about what the latest research shows us is the best way to improve sleep. In many cases, these recommendations are focused on setting good habits, retraining the brain, and checking off some items that can help aid slumber in the bedroom. Learn More: https://viewpointsradio.org/tossing-turning-each-night-how-you-may-be-sabotaging-your-sleep Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
¡Buenas noticias! Un equipo de investigadores del Instituto de Medicina Genómica de Cleveland Clinic ha descubierto que el sildenafilo, principal componente del viagra, podría servir para el tratamiento del Alzheimer. Conoce los detalles de este hallazgo y escucha otras noticias positivas de la semana.
Welcome to your weekly news update, we have 3 stories for you this week, New bill proposes banning Chinese drones for the Federal Government, DJI Matrice 3D leaks, and Zipline's new partnerships with Healthcare in Ohio. Make your voice heard: https://droneadvocacyalliance.com/?vvsrc=%2Fcampaigns%2F105982%2Frespond First up this week is a “new” bill that would prohibit the Federal Government from purchasing Chinese Drones, again… To be clear, this is a reintroduction of a past, failed bill. Florida Senator Rick Scott introduced the American Safety Drone Act in the Senate and now Representative Gallagher from Wisconsin is now doing the same in the House. This new bill is set to be announced this week, and would prohibit the federal government from using any tax dollars to purchase UAV equipment from China. The bill would require a federal report detailing the number of foreign commercial drones and “Covered” unmanned aircraft procured by federal departments. At the non-federal level, the bill would also bar local and state governments from purchasing Chinese drones using federal grants. Both Scott, in the past, and Gallagher now are trying to attach this to the National Defense Authorization Act, which is the only likely way for it to advance since it's highly unlikely to move on its own. Once again we see a country of origin ban rather than a set of comprehensive standards that any drone used for government purposes must conform to. The best way to fight this is to use the DAA's link in the description for instructions on reaching out to your representatives and oppose the National Defense Authorization Act. Next up this week are some DJI leaks, for the Matrice 3D. New pictures of the drone and new pictures of the rumored DJI Dock Mini. As we covered previously, the Matrice 3D appears to be a simplified DJI Mavic 3 Thermal with fixed arms, top-mounted SDK port and mounting, and built-in RTK. New leaks about the Mini Dock appears to shows an angled channel that the Matrice 3D would fit into in contrast to the flat landing pad of the existing DJI dock. The M3D also appears to be slightly larger than the Mavic 3 with much thicker arms and larger propellers. Pretty cool innovations coming from DJI, we'll see if this is released any time soon! Lastly this week is an announcement from Zipline, who has partnered with a number of healthcare providers in Ohio and Michigan. Zipline announced in September that they'd gotten FAA permission to operate BVLOS without visual observers, and now they appear to be ready to use that permission. Partnerships include the Cleveland Clinic, Michigan Medicine, Intermountain Healthcare, and Ohio Health. With these new partnerships, Zipline aims to deliver prescriptions directly to a home's front door by 2025. The Zipline P2 system cruises at 70 mph, an altitude of 300 feet and uses a small “droid” to drop packages in places where the main aircraft can't get to. Pretty cool tech! That's it! Have a great week and we'll see you for our live on Monday on our airplane channel! https://dronexl.co/2023/10/31/zipline-drones-deliver-meds/ https://www.flyzipline.com/newsroom/news/announcements/faa-authorizes-zipline-to-fly-bvlos https://www.reuters.com/technology/us-house-panel-seeks-ban-federal-purchases-chinese-drones-ft-2023-11-01/ https://dronexl.co/2023/10/30/dji-matrice-3d-dock-mini/ https://dronexl.co/2023/10/31/dji-dock-mini-matrice-3d-photos/ https://droneadvocacyalliance.com/?vvsrc=%2Fcampaigns%2F105982%2Frespond
Two people were killed in a small plane crash near Marion Tuesday; two people were arrested for a kidnapping in Wayne County, victim found safe in Kentucky; Ohio set to have a record-setting, though later, corn harvest this year; Cleveland Clinic will start delivering prescriptions via drones in 2025.
Adam J. Milam, MD, PhD is a Senior Associate Consultant in the Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine at Mayo Clinic Arizona. Prior to starting this position, he completed his cardiothoracic anesthesiology fellowship at Cleveland Clinic and residency at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He graduated from Wayne State University School of Medicine. Prior to medical school, he attended Johns Hopkins University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Health. He also holds a Master of Health Science as well as a Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health from the Department of Mental Health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.Dr. Milam has been actively involved in several national and state societies including the American Society of Anesthesiologists, the Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists, the National Medical Association, and the California Society of Anesthesiologists; he serves on committees for each of these organizations. He also is actively engaged in research; Dr. Milam's research is rooted in practices, policies, and interventions to address health disparities and health inequities. He has published over 80 peer-reviewed publications and has more than 75 national, international, and invited presentations. His research has been featured and disseminated in leading public health and medical journals as well as Men's Health, Rolling Stone, and US News & World Report. His work has been used to guide local and state legislation that promote health equity. Dr. Milam's research also explores barriers to and possible strategies to improve diversity in the medical workforce. He has received multiple national awards including the Herbert W. Nickens Scholarship from the Association of American Medical Colleges and the Excellence in Public Health Award from the U.S. Public Health Service Physician Professional Advisory Committee; Dr. Milam is also a member of the Delta Omega Public Health Honor Society. Dr. Milam's Twitter Dr. Milam's Website
This episode features Dr. Jessica Hohman, President at Cleveland Clinic Accountable Care Organization. Here, she discusses key insights into her background & the path she took to get to where she is today, Medicare Advantage, her excitement surrounding home-based care, and more!
It's something that all women must face at some point in their lives - menopause. The dreaded change. When men have a mid-life crisis they end up with fast sports cars. When women hit mid-life we end up with hot flashes and hair loss. But don't despair - help is out there. Today's expert, Dr. Holly Thacker, women's health hormone specialist at Cleveland Clinic. She's going to walk us through all the hormone replacements available today - and answer once and for all just how safe they are - and if there's really any change in your risk of cancer if you take hormones. Plus the good side effects you didn't know about.
A client with a 3-week-old pacemaker wants a relaxation massage. Her Facebook group of other pacemaker users encourages her to do it, but her massage therapist is hesitant. When exactly is it safe for this person to get on a massage table? Spoiler alert: No one knows for sure, but we can make some pretty confident choices, and we go over those choices on this episode of “I Have a Client Who . . .” Sponsors: Books of Discovery: www.booksofdiscovery.com Host Bio: Ruth Werner is a former massage therapist, a writer, and an NCBTMB-approved continuing education provider. She wrote A Massage Therapist's Guide to Pathology, now in its seventh edition, which is used in massage schools worldwide. Werner is also a long-time Massage & Bodywork columnist, most notably of the Pathology Perspectives column. Werner is also ABMP's partner on Pocket Pathology, a web-based app and quick reference program that puts key information for nearly 200 common pathologies at your fingertips. Werner's books are available at www.booksofdiscovery.com. And more information about her is available at www.ruthwerner.com. Recent Articles by Ruth: “Working with Invisible Pain,” Massage & Bodywork magazine, November/December 2022, page 36, http://www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/1481961-november-december-2022/38 “Unpacking the Long Haul,” Massage & Bodywork magazine, January/February 2022, page 35, www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/1439667-january-february-2022/36. “Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy and Massage Therapy,” Massage & Bodywork magazine, September/October 2021, page 33, http://www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/1402696-september-october-2021/34. “Pharmacology Basics for Massage Therapists,” Massage & Bodywork magazine, July/August 2021, page 32, www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/1384577-july-august-2021/34. Resources: Pocket Pathology: https://www.abmp.com/abmp-pocket-pathology-app Clients with Medical Implants (no date). Available at: https://www.abmp.com/textonlymags/article.php?article=790 (Accessed: 18 October 2023). Digby, G.C. et al. (2009) ‘Physiotherapy and cardiac rhythm devices: a review of the current scope of practice', Europace: European Pacing, Arrhythmias, and Cardiac Electrophysiology: Journal of the Working Groups on Cardiac Pacing, Arrhythmias, and Cardiac Cellular Electrophysiology of the European Society of Cardiology, 11(7), pp. 850–859. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1093/europace/eup102. Pacemaker (for the Heart): Surgery, Types & What It Is (no date) Cleveland Clinic. Available at: https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/treatments/17360-permanent-pacemaker (Accessed: 18 October 2023). Pacemaker Insertion (2021). Available at: https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/treatment-tests-and-therapies/pacemaker-insertion (Accessed: 18 October 2023). Pacemakers - Who Needs Them | NHLBI, NIH (2022). Available at: https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/pacemakers/who-needs (Accessed: 18 October 2023). Q&A: Novel Therapy Holds Promise for Hypertension Treatment in Patients With Pacemakers (2023) AJMC. Available at: https://www.ajmc.com/view/q-a-novel-therapy-holds-promise-for-hypertension-treatment-in-patients-with-pacemakers (Accessed: 18 October 2023). Sabin, G. and Schuster, P. (1982) ‘[Long-term observation of arterial blood pressure after pacemaker implantation (author's transl)]', Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift (1946), 107(15), pp. 575–578. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1055/s-2008-1069979.
In this episode of the Award-winning PRS Journal Club Podcast, 2023 Resident Ambassadors to the PRS Editorial Board – Rami Kantar, Yoshi Toyoda, and Ronnie Shammas- and special guest Rebecca W. Knackstedt, MD, PhD, discuss the following articles from the October 2023 issue: “Air versus Saline in Initial Prepectoral Tissue Expansion: A Comparison of Complications and Perioperative Patient-Reported Outcomes” Plotsker, Coriddi, RRubenstein, et al. Read the article for FREE: https://bit.ly/AirvsSaline Special guest Rebecca W. Knackstedt, MD, PhD, is a reconstructive microsurgeon at Duke University who specializes in breast reconstruction. She completed her residency training in the Cleveland Clinic followed by a microsurgery fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic as well. She's currently an attendee physician of Plastic Surgery at Duke University. READ the articles discussed in this podcast as well as free related content from the archives: https://bit.ly/JCOct23Collection #PRSJournalClub
Destiny Huff discusses the unique stressors that military-connected families with special needs children experience, and the importance of education and advocacy. She shares resources and tools for educators, parents, mental and behavioral health professionals. This podcast is made possible by generous funding from the Fort Wainwright Community Spouses' Club. To learn more, visit https://www.facebook.com/WainwrightCSC/. Audio mixing by Concentus Media, Inc., Temple, Texas. Show Notes: Bio: Destiny Huff, MS, LPC, CPCS is a neurodivergent military spouse of 9 years and mother of two boys. She runs a private practice as a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapist (TF-CBT) in the Mental Health field. She also runs Destiny Huff Consulting and is a Special Education Parent Advocate and IEP Coach. Destiny is currently a Doctoral Candidate pursuing a Ph.D. in Psychology and is passionate about helping her mental health clients deal with everyday stressors and develop new coping skills. She is passionate about helping parents navigate special education and work together to identify solutions that can assist their children in feeling safe, preserving their mental health, and thriving in their school setting. She also works with schools to train staff on Mental Health, Autism, ADHD, and IEPs in the school setting. Resources: Destiny Huff Consulting https://www.destinyhuffconsulting.com/ https://www.hrgcounseling.com/ Partners in PROMISE: https://thepromiseact.org/ Military One Source: https://www.militaryonesource.mil/special-needs/ Social Emotional Books for Military Kids: https://thepromiseact.org/social-emotional-books-for-military-kids/ Cleveland Clinic. Depression & Anxiety in Children. https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/14938-depression-in-children https://www.divergentminds.org/ https://www.autisminblack.org/ https://www.additudemag.com/ https://neurodivergentinsights.com/ https://www.aacap.org/AACAP/Families_and_Youth/Resource_Centers/Anxiety_Disorder_Resource_Center/Home.aspx https://www.aacap.org/AACAP/Families_and_Youth/Resource_Centers/Depression_Resource_Center/Depression_Resource_Center.aspx
Switching careers when you are 80? YES. The definition of work, the career services industry, and the workplace will all change significantly over the coming decade as age 90 becomes the new 40. In this episode of Career Confidante Radio, host Marie Zimenoff welcomes Michael F. Roizen, M.D., Emeritus Chief Wellness Officer at the Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Roizen shares insights from his new book, The Great Age Reboot. He outlines the medical advances behind predictions that people will live an additional 10-20 years. We also discuss how the world of work will change as people choose to work at least 10 of those years, creating a new typical retirement age of 72-80. Listen in to his aging predictions, tips for living younger, and how it may create a great economic boom. If you want to know how career management and retirement planning are going to change in the next decade, listen in!
Digital health leaders have many different titles and responsibilities, but their roles, skills, and goals are always intended to improve their organizations, patient satisfaction and outcomes, and healthcare as a whole. Russ Branzell, CHIME President & CEO, sat down with Stacy Rasmussen, Vice President, IS Business Relationship Management, Planning, and Growth, UW Health, at the Healthtech Leader 3.0 event at the Cleveland Clinic. Together, they explored the following questions: What is business relationship management and how is it helpful for an organization? What are some positives and negatives that followed Covid? How should digital health leaders approach AI? Explore these topics alongside Russ and Stacy by listening to this week's Digital Health Leaders podcast episode.
Sarah Sydlowski, AuD, PhD, MBA is Audiology Director of the Hearing Implant Program and Associate Chief Improvement Officer at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Sydlowski is Board Certified in Audiology with Specialty Certification in Cochlear Implants. Her clinical and research interests focus on implantable hearing devices, optimization of practice efficiency while maintaining strong outcomes, and development of innovative clinical delivery models. She has earned the Cleveland Clinic Distinguished Educator Certificate and is adjunct faculty at the University of Akron where she teaches the graduate Implantable Technologies course.Dr. Sydlowski completed her clinical doctorate at the University of Louisville, her externship at Mayo Clinic Arizona, and her PhD at Gallaudet University. Most recently, she completed her executive MBA at the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University where she was the recipient of the EMBA Leadership Award.Dr. Sydlowski has been very active in professional organizations, serving on the American Academy of Audiology Board of Directors as a member-at-large (2015-2018) and currently as Immediate Past President. She is a past president of the Ohio Academy of Audiology and was Co-Chair of the American Cochlear Implant Alliance Program Committee in 2021. She is currently Co-Chair of the Hearing Health Collaborative, a think tank of audiologists, otologists, and patient advocates charged with developing a blueprint for changing the landscape of hearing healthcare. She is also principal investigator of a study focused on integration of tablet-based hearing screeners in primary care and geriatric medicine practices. Together with her physician co-investigators, Dr. Sydlowski aims to quantify the feasibility and impact of prioritizing the identification and management of hearing loss with referring providers.In her role as Associate Chief Improvement Officer, Dr. Sydlowski works closely with CI specialists across the organization to develop a culture of improvement where every caregiver is capable, expected, and empowered to make improvements every day. Link to claim CME credit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3DXCFW3CME credit is available for up to 3 years after the stated release dateContact CEOD@bmhcc.org if you have any questions about claiming credit.
Matt Siuba, DO, MS is an assistant professor of medicine in the department of critical care medicine at Cleveland Clinic. He is one of the authors of a recent review article on RV therapies in ARDS published in Critical Care. This is the topic of his lecture today. Ganeriwal S, ...
In this episode of the Award-winning PRS Journal Club Podcast, 2023 Resident Ambassadors to the PRS Editorial Board – Rami Kantar, Yoshi Toyoda, and Ronnie Shammas- and special guest Rebecca W. Knackstedt, MD, PhD, discuss the following articles from the October 2023 issue: “A Comparative Study of Wraparound versus Anterior Coverage Placement of Acellular Dermal Matrix in Prepectoral Breast Reconstruction” by Han, Han, Eom, et al. Read the article for FREE: https://bit.ly/WraparoundADM Special guest Rebecca W. Knackstedt, MD, PhD, is a reconstructive microsurgeon at Duke University who specializes in breast reconstruction. She completed her residency training in the Cleveland Clinic followed by a microsurgery fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic as well. She's currently an attendee physician of Plastic Surgery at Duke University. READ the articles discussed in this podcast as well as free related content from the archives: https://bit.ly/JCOct23Collection #PRSJournalClub
October 11: Today on the Conference channel, it's an Interview in Action live from HLTH with Frank McGillin, CEO of The Clinic by Cleveland Clinic, an innovative second opinion telehealth service that gives patients access to Cleveland Clinic expertise from the comfort of their home. What is its key role for patients, payers, and employers, and how does it contribute to reducing healthcare costs triggered by misdiagnoses? How has telehealth changed in the last 5-10 years? Frank also discusses the company's reach beyond the U.S. and its constant motivation to improve patient experience with the help of technology.This Week Health SubscribeThis Week Health TwitterThis Week Health LinkedinAlex's Lemonade Stand: Foundation for Childhood Cancer Donate
Joey talks about how important the concept of neurodiversity is in helping us understand our own brain and body's ways of being in the world. A note from Cleveland Clinic. “Neurodiversity” is a word used to explain the unique ways people's brains work. While everyone's brain develops similarly, no two brains function just alike. Being neurodivergent means having a brain that works differently from the average or “neurotypical” person. Get the Free Starter Kit here: https://starterkit.securechkout.com/
Ever wanted to travel the world and soak in the rich cultures of Italy, Sicily, and Mexico? Our esteemed guest, Patty Kubik, takes us on an enthralling journey through her significant travels, living in the heart of Florence, and savoring the picturesque beauty of Sicily. Patty shares her experiences with COVID abroad, compares the ease of transportation in Italy to that of Ohio, and even gives us a virtual tour of her favorite local spots back home in Cleveland.As we venture deeper into our conversation, Patty courageously shares her personal battle against metastatic melanoma. She gives a voice to her evolution since her diagnosis 11 years ago, her encounters with immunotherapy, and her upcoming surgery. Patty's cancer journey shatters the conventional perspective of cancer, with her pioneering idea of managing cancer like a chronic disease. The final leg of our conversation sees Patty threading through life choices and future plans. She talks about the silver lining in the pause of her travels due to her diagnosis, which led to her having a house near the Cleveland Clinic. Patty's passion for yoga and her potential plans for a studio space in Battery Park are as inspiring as they are intriguing. Her thoughts on a side hustle revolving around a market or meditation center underscore her indomitable spirit. Patty Kubik's story is a powerful blend of inspiring travel tales, significant life lessons, and a resilient health journey. Tune in for more.Learn More about Modern Yoga.Like us on Facebook.Follow us on InstagramOr Twitter.
Adam Rakestraw — co-founder, chairman, general counsel, and chief business development officer of MediView XR, based here in Cleveland Ohio! With approximately $29.5 million in capital raised from strategic partners like the Cleveland Clinic, Mayo Clinic GE HealthCare, JobsOhio, and many others since its founding in 2019, MediView is a medical technology company working to advance human health through its digital augmented reality ecosystem.MediView's AR visualization platform aims to unlock the full potential of 3D data to transform image-guided medical procedures with intuitive 3D X-ray visualization, seamless remote collaboration, and evidence-based data insights. And this dream to democratize healthcare by removing barriers to patient access and to address the long-standing limitations of current medical imaging technologies is well underway as the company secured the first 510(k) clearance of its kind for an AR device with live imaging combined with 3D X-ray visualization by the FDA!Adam has an extensive legal and medical device background with over 20 years of experience across organizations like Merck and Medtronic in addition to his other entrepreneurial undertakings like FreeNav — a wireless electromagenetic tracking system for surgical navigation and healthcare applications he co-founded back in 2021.This was such an awesome conversation that feels like a genuine clairvoyant portal into the future of healthcare and how Adam and his team at MediView are leading the charge to make it happen.-----Lay of The Land is brought to you by Ninety. As a Lay of The Land listener, you can leverage a free trial with Ninety, the platform that helps teams build great companies and the only officially licensed software for EOS® — used by over 7,000 companies and 100,000 users!This episode is brought to you by Impact Architects. As we share the stories of entrepreneurs building incredible organizations throughout NEO, Impact Architects helps those leaders — many of whom we've heard from as guests on Lay of The Land — realize their visions and build great organizations. I believe in Impact Architects and the people behind it so much, that I have actually joined them personally in their mission to help leaders gain focus, align together, and thrive by doing what they love! As a listener, you can sit down for a free consultation with Impact Architects by visiting ia.layoftheland.fm!-----Connect with Adam Rakestraw on LinkedIn — https://www.linkedin.com/in/adam-e-rakestraw-j-d-8165279/Follow Adam Rakestraw on Twitter — https://twitter.com/ae_rakestrawLearn more about MediView — https://mediview.com/Follow MediView on Twitter — https://twitter.com/MediViewXR-----For more episodes of Lay of The Land, visit https://www.layoftheland.fm/Past guests include Cleveland Mayor Justin Bibb, Steve Potash (OverDrive), Ed Largest (Westfield), Ray Leach (JumpStart), Lila Mills (Signal Cleveland), Pat Conway (Great Lakes Brewing), Lindsay Watson (Augment Therapy), and many more.Stay up to date on all our podcasts by signing up for Lay of The Land's weekly newsletter — sign up here.Connect with Jeffrey Stern on LinkedIn — https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffreypstern/Follow Jeffrey Stern on Twitter @sternJefe — https://twitter.com/sternjefeFollow Lay of The Land on Twitter @podlayofthelandhttps://www.jeffreys.page/
In a special edition of the podcast, Justin and Carter are joined by Georges Niang, Caris LeVert, Donovan Mitchell, Max Strus, Jarrett Allen and Darius Garland at the 2023 Cleveland Cavaliers Media Day, presented by Cleveland Clinic. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of the Award-winning PRS Journal Club Podcast, 2023 Resident Ambassadors to the PRS Editorial Board – Rami Kantar, Yoshi Toyoda, and Ronnie Shammas- and special guest Rebecca W. Knackstedt, MD, PhD, discuss the following articles from the October 2023 issue: “Topical Tranexamic Acid in Breast Reconstruction: A Double-Blind Randomized Controlled Trial” by Safran, Vorstenbosch, Viezel-Mathieu, et al. Read the article for FREE: https://bit.ly/TopicalTXA Special guest Rebecca W. Knackstedt, MD, PhD, is a reconstructive microsurgeon at Duke University who specializes in breast reconstruction. She completed her residency training in the Cleveland Clinic followed by a microsurgery fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic as well. She's currently an attendee physician of Plastic Surgery at Duke University. READ the articles discussed in this podcast as well as free related content from the archives: https://bit.ly/JCOct23Collection #PRSJournalClub
Menopause is not a monolith. We all experience this stage of life differently and require unique care. So this week we sat down with Dr. Heather Hirsch, author of Unlock Your Menopause Type to talk about the six basic types she sees in her practice, including premature, sudden, full-throttle, mind-altering, seemingly never-ending, and silent and the care they require. We also dig into the controversial topics of hormone testing and menopausal hormone therapy for perimenopause. Heather's ultimate goal is to give all women the information they need to make fully educated decisions about their care. And we're happy to support that mission on the show this week.Dr. Heather Hirsch is board certified in internal medicine and completed advanced fellowship training in women's health at the Cleveland Clinic. Her clinical work and research centers on inequalities and unanswered questions in the field of gynecology and women's health, specifically in menopause and its role in chronic disease development. Heather was the founder of the Menopause and Midlife Clinic at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston Massachusetts. She is also a private telemedicine practitioner at Heather Hirsch MD, PLLC. You can learn more about her and her work at heatherhirschmd.comResources:The ABCs of MHT with Heather Hirsch, MDUnlock Your Menopause Type by Heather Hirsch, MD, MS, NCMP with Stacey Colino Follow Us on Instagram:Feisty Menopause: @feistymenopause Feisty Media: @feisty_media Selene: @fitchick3 Subscribe to the weekly Feisty Menopause blog: https://www.feistymenopause.com/feistyinbox Hit Play Not Pause Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/807943973376099 Join Level Up - Our Community for Active Women Navigating the Menopause TransitionJoin: https://www.feistymenopause.com/monthly-membership-1 Leave your questions for Selene:https://www.speakpipe.com/hitplay Get the Free Feisty Women's Guide to Lifting Heavy Sh*t:https://www.feistymenopause.com/liftheavy Support our Partners:The Amino Co: Shop Feisty's Favorite 100% Science-Backed Amino Acid Supplements. Enter code HITPLAY at Aminoco.com/HITPLAY to Save 30% + receive a FREE gift for new purchasers! Previnex: Get 15% off your first order with code HITPLAY at https://www.previnex.com/ Cool-Jams: Use the code HITPLAY for 15% off all products at https://www.cool-jams.com/?utm_medium=podcast&utm_source=spotify&utm_campaign=hit-play-not-pause_20230802 Nutrisense: Go to nutrisense.io/hitplay and use the code HITPLAY30 for $30 off any subscription to the CGM program
How do you measure patient experience and empathy within the healthcare industry in a way that truly captures real emotion and real experiences? Dr. Adrienne Boissy, guest staff neurologist at Cleveland Clinic and chief medical officer at Qualtrics, sits down with Rob Markey to discuss the need for a more comprehensive approach to capturing the patient experience. She also shares how healthcare professionals and caregivers alike can leverage compassion and self-empathy to better manage the often hard-to-handle career moments such as helping colleagues, patients, and their families process challenges together. If you'd like to provide feedback on the show, please fill out our survey here. If you'd like to learn more about Adrienne, visit her LinkedIn.
On this episode of DGTL Voices, Ed welcomes Dr. Deborah Venesy, Senior Staff Physician at the Cleveland Clinic and Past President of the American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. Listen in as Deborah explores the Academy and provides insight into the physical medicine and rehabilitation specialty, also called physiatry, giving back, courageous leadership, family, and so much more.
How do you counsel the patient with a large painful hernia who still smokes a pack of cigarettes every day? Join Drs. Michael Rosen, Clayton Petro, Sara Maskal, and Ryan Ellis as they discuss some of the highlights in the literature on smoking and its impact on postoperative outcomes in elective, clean open ventral hernia repairs. Hosts: - Michael Rosen, Cleveland Clinic - Clayton Petro, Cleveland Clinic - Sara Maskal, Cleveland Clinic - Ryan Ellis, Cleveland Clinic, @ryanellismd Learning objectives: - Evaluate historical data on smoking in surgery - Compare with newer literature specific to contemporary ventral hernia repairs - Understand how the historical and new data can be applied in clinical practice References: Møller AM, Villebro N, Pedersen T, Tønnesen H. Effect of preoperative smoking intervention on postoperative complications: a randomised clinical trial. Lancet. 2002 Jan 12;359(9301):114-7. doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(02)07369-5. PMID: 11809253. Kubasiak JC, Landin M, Schimpke S, Poirier J, Myers JA, Millikan KW, Luu MB. The effect of tobacco use on outcomes of laparoscopic and open ventral hernia repairs: a review of the NSQIP dataset. Surgical Endoscopy. 2017 Jun;31:2661-6. DeLancey JO, Blay Jr E, Hewitt DB, Engelhardt K, Bilimoria KY, Holl JL, Odell DD, Yang AD, Stulberg JJ. The effect of smoking on 30-day outcomes in elective hernia repair. The American Journal of Surgery. 2018 Sep 1;216(3):471-4. Sørensen LT. Wound healing and infection in surgery: the clinical impact of smoking and smoking cessation: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Archives of surgery. 2012 Apr 1;147(4):373-83. Petro CC, Haskins IN, Tastaldi L, Tu C, Krpata DM, Rosen MJ, Prabhu AS. Does active smoking really matter before ventral hernia repair? An AHSQC analysis. Surgery. 2019 Feb;165(2):406-411. doi: 10.1016/j.surg.2018.07.039. Epub 2018 Sep 13. PMID: 30220485. Please visit https://behindtheknife.org to access other high-yield surgical education podcasts, videos and more. If you liked this episode, check out more hernia episodes here: https://behindtheknife.org/podcast-category/hernia/