The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
https://lewishowes.com/mindset - Order a copy of my new book The Greatness Mindset today!Peter Attia, MD, is the founder of Early Medical, a medical practice that applies the principles of Medicine 3.0 to patients with the goal of lengthening their lifespan and simultaneously improving their healthspan. He is the host of The Drive, one of the most popular podcasts covering the topics of health and medicine. He is also the author of the #1 New York Times Bestseller, Outlive: The Science and Art of Longevity. Dr. Attia received his medical degree from the Stanford University School of Medicine and trained for five years at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in general surgery, where he was the recipient of several prestigious awards, including resident of the year. He spent two years at the National Institutes of Health as a surgical oncology fellow at the National Cancer Institute, where his research focused on immune-based therapies for melanoma.In this episode you will learn,The two main purposes our muscles serve.Some of the best sources of plant based protein.The risk and cause of heart disease and how to prevent it.The leading causes of cancer.The main causes of Alzheimer's disease and dementia.Healthy practices to improve the longevity and quality of your life.For more information go to www.lewishowes.com/1438Check out Peter Attia's website: https://peterattiamd.com/The Science of Sleep for Ultimate Success with Shawn Stevenson: https://link.chtbl.com/896-podA Scientific Guide to Living Longer, Feeling Happier & Eating Healthier with Dr. Rhonda Patrick: https://link.chtbl.com/967-podThe Wim Hof Experience: Mindset Training, Power Breathing, and Brotherhood: https://link.chtbl.com/910-pod
Peter Attia received his medical degree from Stanford University School of Medicine, trained for five years at Johns Hopkins Hospital in general surgery, and spent two years with NIH as a surgical oncology fellow at the National Cancer Institute. He is the founder of Early Medical, a medical practice focused on lifespan and healthspan, the host of The Drive podcast, and author of the #1 New York Times–bestseller Outlive. Today, Attia explains how to mitigate cognitive decline, the technologies he's most excited about, and ways to optimize your sleep and exercise routines. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The following question refers to Section 6.3 of the 2021 ESC CV Prevention Guidelines. The question is asked by Dr. Christian Faaborg-Andersen, answered first by UCSD cardiology fellow Dr. Harpreet Bhatia, and then by expert faculty Dr. Jaideep Patel.Dr. Patel recently graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University cardiology fellowship and is now a preventive cardiologist at the Johns Hopkins Hospital.The CardioNerds Decipher The Guidelines Series for the 2021 ESC CV Prevention Guidelines represents a collaboration with the ACC Prevention of CVD Section, the National Lipid Association, and Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association.Enjoy this Circulation 2022 Paths to Discovery article to learn about the CardioNerds story, mission, and values. Question #24 A 65-year-old man with a history of ischemic stroke 6 months ago presents to cardiology clinic to establish care. An event monitor was negative for atrial fibrillation and TTE with agitated saline study was negative for a patent foramen ovale. Therefore, his ischemic stroke was presumed to be non-cardioembolic in origin. He is currently taking lisinopril 5 mg daily for hypertension (BP in clinic is 115/70) and atorvastatin 40 mg daily. He has no history of significant gastrointestinal or other bleeding. What do you recommend next?AStart apixaban 5 mg BIDBIncrease lisinopril to 10 mg dailyCStart aspirin 81 mg dailyDStart aspirin 81 mg daily and clopidogrel 75 mg dailyEStart aspirin 81 mg daily and ticagrelor 90 mg BID Answer #24 ExplanationThe correct answer is C – start aspirin 81mg daily.For the secondary prevention of non-cardioembolic ischemic stroke or TIA, anti-platelet therapy is recommended with aspirin only (75-150 mg/day), dipyridamole + aspirin (slightly superior to aspirin), or clopidogrel alone (slightly superior to aspirin) (Class I, LOE A).DAPT with aspirin and clopidogrel or aspirin and ticagrelor should be considered in the immediate period after a minor ischemic stroke or TIA (3 weeks after event, Class IIa), but not 6 months after an ischemic stroke. Dual antiplatelet therapy with aspirin and clopidogrel increases bleeding risk without a significant benefit over either agent alone. Dual antiplatelet therapy with aspirin and ticagrelor increases bleeding risk, but does not improve disability incidence.Oral anticoagulation would be recommended for a cardioembolic stroke, which does not fit the clinical picture.His BP is well controlled so increasing lisinopril is not necessary.Main TakeawayFor the secondary prevention of an ischemic stroke or TIA, anti-platelet therapy with aspirin, aspirin + dipyridamole, or clopidogrel alone is recommended.Guideline Loc.6.3, page 3296-3297 CardioNerds Decipher the Guidelines - 2021 ESC Prevention SeriesCardioNerds Episode PageCardioNerds AcademyCardionerds Healy Honor RollCardioNerds Journal ClubSubscribe to The Heartbeat Newsletter!Check out CardioNerds SWAG!Become a CardioNerds Patron!
Joining us on this episode of Bone Talk is Dr. Steven Ing. Dr. Ing specializes in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism, with a special focus on Metabolic Bone Disorders, Calcium Disorders and Osteoporosis. He practices primarily in Columbus, Ohio, and is affiliated with Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Dr. Ing graduated from the NYU School of Medicine and completed his training at Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Hospital of the University Pennsylvania.
Learn Skin with Dr. Raja and Dr. Hadar
Looking to brush up on the ins and outs of vitiligo? We've always got you covered. In this week's podcast, we're joined by Dr. Nada Elbuluk as she digs a bit deeper into the disease. Listen in as she discusses patient anxieties, what to check first, and how certain treatments are better catered to certain patients. Each Thursday, join Dr. Raja and Dr. Hadar, board certified dermatologists, as they share the latest evidence based research in integrative dermatology. For access to CE/CME courses, become a member at LearnSkin.com. Nada Elbuluk, MD MSc specializes in pigmentary disorders and skin, hair and nail conditions affecting individuals of color, along with general medical and cosmetic dermatology. She is the founder and director of the USC Skin of Color and Pigmentary Disorders Program at Keck Medicine of USC. She also established the USC Skin of Color and Pigmentary Disorders Research Fellowship and the Dermatology Diversity and Inclusion Program at the Keck School of Medicine of USC. Dr. Elbuluk received her bachelor's degree in psychology from Princeton University. She received her medical degree and master's degree in clinical research at the University of Michigan. She completed her dermatology residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Afterwards, she was a fellow and clinical instructor in the Dermatology Department at the University of Pennsylvania and then spent four years as an assistant professor at New York University's Grossman School of Medicine, where she was the founder and director of the pigmentary disorder clinic and served as the diversity ambassador for the department. Dr. Elbuluk's clinical and research interests include such pigmentary disorders as vitiligo and melasma, as well as conditions that cause lightening or darkening of the skin. Among the procedures she performs are chemical peels, microneedling, lasers and botulinum toxin injections for all skin types. In addition, Dr. Elbuluk is devoted to ensuring health equity for all patients and improving health disparities. A passionate teacher, she created a Skin of Color educational curriculum for Keck Medicine dermatology residents and serves as the director of curriculum equity for the Keck School. Dr. Elbuluk serves on the board of directors of the Global Vitiligo Foundation and the Women's Dermatologic Society. She also holds various leadership roles and memberships in the Skin of Color Society, the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery and the American Academy of Dermatology. Additionally, she is a sought-after media expert and has been widely interviewed by local, national and international news platforms, including print, radio and TV, on a range of topics related to dermatology, as well as health equity. Outside of her clinical practice, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, along with traveling, playing tennis and trying new foods.
Jenna Overbaugh, LPC joins me to discuss all things OCD. She shares her personal experience with postpartum OCD along with her wealth of knowledge as a licensed therapist working with people who have OCD & Anxiety for 15 years. This episode is your guide to better understanding the inner process of OCD and how to get support. In this episode you'll hear:- Similarities and differences between anxiety and OCD- Jenna's experience with PP OCD- Postpartum OCD vs. intrusive thoughts- Mental v. Physical compulsions - Evidence-based treatments for OCD - Why is talk therapy harmful for OCD?Find Jenna on Instagram @jenna.overbaughFind Jenna's website here. Guest Bio:Jenna Overbaugh is a licensed professional counselor based in Wisconsin and has been working with people who have OCD and anxiety since 2008. Previously, she worked at world renowned facilities including Johns Hopkins Hospital and Rogers Memorial Hospital, where she treated some of the most debilitating cases of OCD and anxiety in the world. She has contributed to several peer reviewed literature articles as well as spoken at national conferences on OCD, anxiety, hoarding, and related issues. She's also mom to a 5 year old and has lived experience with postpartum OCD, anxiety, and depression.
In 1973, through the U.S. Supreme Court decision of Roe v. Wade, women were given the right of access and privacy to abortion without federal or state-wide regulation. However, on June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court overturned this landmark ruling with the Dobbs vs. Jackson Women's Health Organization case. Now, the right to abortion care and reproductive autonomy can be regulated at a state level. However, the resounding effect is not only fear for abortion rights but also reproductive care as a whole. "Personhood laws” that define life and humanity at conception and fertilization exist in certain states, creating an implication that interweaves more discussions regarding fertility and reproductive medicine, such as in vitro fertilization (IVF), egg freezing, management of ectopic pregnancies and miscarriages, and criminalization of practitioners who facilitate such procedures.We are joined today by Dr. Serena H. Chen, a board-certified obstetrician-gynecologist and fellowship-trained reproductive endocrinologist. She received her BS in Biology from Brown University in 1984, MD from Duke University School of Medicine in 1989, and OB/GYN residency in 1992 and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility fellowship in 1995 at Johns Hopkins Hospital. She stands as the Founding Partner and Medical Director of The Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science (IRMS) and the Vice President of Doctors for Fertility, a physician-led organization with the mission to educate and inform policy on reproductive rights. She is also an Associate Clinical Professor at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and St. George's University School of Medicine. As seen in Wired, New York Magazine, and U.S. News & World Report, Dr. Chen provides online education about fertility treatments and access to reproductive help.Livestream Air Date: August 24, 2022Dr. Serena H. Chen: IG @drserenahchen & Web drserenahchen.comFriends of Franz: IG @friendsoffranzpod & FB @friendsoffranzpodChristian Franz (Host): IG @chrsfranz & YT Christian FranzThankful to the season's brand partners: Clove, BETR Remedies, Eko, Lumify, RescueMD, Medical School for Kids, Your Skincare Expert, Twrl Milk Tea
Feel Better, Live More with Dr Rangan Chatterjee
No one would argue that smoking is a killer. And no doctor would wait until a patient was showing early signs of cancer or heart disease before advising them to quit. Yet this is one of the few health scenarios where early prevention is given the evidence-based weight it deserves. Today's guest believes that needs to change.Dr Peter Attia is a medical doctor, a longevity expert and author of the brand new book Outlive: The Science and Art of Longevity. He gained his medical degree at Stanford University, trained in general surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital, and was a surgical oncology fellow at the US National Cancer Institute. He's also on the editorial board for the journal Aging and host of The Drive podcast, which covers health, medicine, and longevity.Peter is not interested in reaching unheard-of age milestones or hitting birthdays in triple figures – unless he can do it with full vitality. He believes our focus needs to be on the quality of life we're living; our healthspan rather than our lifespan.We talk about the evolution of medicine and we discuss the limitations of current practice. Peter calls this ‘medicine 2.0' and describes it as adept at dealing with ‘fast death' from trauma and infection. But it's failing to counter our declining life expectancy or deal with the prevalence of chronic disease. Peter shares what he calls the ‘four horsemen' of the health apocalypse – namely the 4 disease states, that will end up taking most of our lives: atherosclerosis, cancer, neurodegenerative diseases and metabolic dysfunction.Our objective, he says, should be to die ‘with' disease, not ‘of' disease and a huge part of Peter's philosophy is about aggressively taking action to delay the onset of these four horsemen. But, to do that, we will need to take a different approach, which Peter calls, ‘medicine 3.0'. In our wide-ranging conversation, Peter shares which investigations and tests he thinks we should all be doing and he explains why when it comes to longevity, exercise is the most important area to focus on. We also discuss the vital importance of emotional health and, Peter talks openly about his own struggles with extreme perfectionism and shares some of the tools that he uses daily to help. I loved having the opportunity to connect with Peter during this in-depth and enlightening chat. I hope you enjoy listening.Support the podcast and enjoy Ad-Free episodes. Try FREE for 7 days on Apple Podcasts https://apple.co/feelbetterlivemore. For other podcast platforms go to https://fblm.supercast.com.Thanks to our sponsors:https://www.boncharge.com/livemorehttps://www.athleticgreens.com/livemorehttps://www.vivobarefoot.com/livemoreShow notes https://drchatterjee.com/356DISCLAIMER: The content in the podcast and on this webpage is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor or qualified healthcare provider. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have heard on the podcast or on my website. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
If you've just joined us today, it's Midday on the Environment. More than 6% of waste in the US comes from household textiles.The Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles Association, or SMART, a network of companies involved in fabric recycling, says that 95% of textiles can be reused or recycled. Old curtains, towels, sheets, shoes, stuffed animals and more can all be turned into new stuff. And when it comes to clothes, what better way to recycle them than to have someone else wear them? Forbes Magazine reports that in 2021, the global market value of secondhand clothes was $96 billion. Joining Tom now are two volunteers with the Women's Board of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, which runs stores downtown and in Cockeysville that sell secondhand clothes to raise money for a range of patient-care services at the hospital. Susan Flax Posner is a volunteer at RENEWAL Upscale Resale at the Hunt Valley Town Centre in Cockeysville. Joan Quinn volunteers at the Carry On Shop on East Monument Street, on the Johns Hopkins Medical Campus in Baltimore… Susan Posner and Joan Quinn join Tom in Studio A. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The CardioNerds Academy welcomes Dr. Melanie Sulistio to give the 2nd Annual Sanjay V. Desai Lecture in Medical Education to mark the graduation of the 2022 CardioNerds Academy Class. Join us as Dr. Sulistio and CardioNerds Academy Program Director Dr. Tommy Das discuss the humanity deficiency in medicine, and how the practice of compassionate assumption can lead us to be better physicians for our patients, our colleagues, our learners, and ourselves. Credit to rising CardioNerds Academy chiefs Dr. Rawan Amir, Dr. Kate Wilcox, Dr. Alaa Diab, and Dr. Gurleen Kaur for their terrific acting in this episode. Audio editing by CardioNerds academy intern, Pace Wetstein. Dr. Sanjay V Desai serves as the Chief Academic Officer, The American Medical Association and is the former Program Director of the Osler Medical Residency at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Melanie Sulistio is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Cardiology at the University of Texas Southwestern. Additionally, she is an Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Distinguished Teaching Professor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School and co-chairs the ACC Internal Medicine Residency Program. She has a passion for medical education and promoting humanity in medicine, and is actively involved in the work of teaching communication skills that encompass meaningful care, discussions with patients, and difficult conversations with colleagues. Relevant disclosures: None CardioNerds Episode PageCardioNerds AcademyCardionerds Healy Honor Roll CardioNerds Journal ClubSubscribe to The Heartbeat Newsletter!Check out CardioNerds SWAG!Become a CardioNerds Patron!
Peter Attia, MD, is the founder of Early Medical, a medical practice that applies the principles of Medicine 3.0 to patients with the goal of lengthening their lifespan and simultaneously improving their healthspan.He is the host of The Drive, one of the most popular podcasts covering the topics of health and medicine.Dr. Attia received his medical degree from the Stanford University School of Medicine and trained for five years at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in general surgery, where he was the recipient of several prestigious awards, including resident of the year.He spent two years at the National Institutes of Health as a surgical oncology fellow at the National Cancer Institute, where his research focused on immune-based therapies for melanoma.Find out more about Peter Attia | WebsiteFor more stories and advice on founders and CEOs, head to alisacohn.comTo stay up to date on future episodes and learn more from Alisa, sign up for her newsletter.If you like what you hear, please subscribe to the podcast!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!
Brawn Body Health and Fitness Podcast
In this episode of the Brawn Body Health and Fitness Podcast - Dan is joined by Dr. Arman Taghizadeh to discuss Mental Health Considerations for Performance, Injury, and Illness in Athletes. Arman Taghizadeh, M.D. also known as “Dr. T”, is a Johns Hopkins trained Board-Certified Adult, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist also specializing in Sports Psychiatry. He is the founder of Mindset Training Institute® (MTI), host of the “The Mindset Experience®” podcast and a 2023 TEDx speaker. Dr. T grew up in the greater Baltimore area and attended the Gilman School where he was a wrestling All-American. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from James Madison University where he was awarded a varsity letter every year on the NCAA Division I wrestling team. He received his M.D. from the University of Maryland School of Medicine in 2004, as a member of the prestigious Combined Accelerated Program in Psychiatry (CAPP). He completed both his Adult Residency and Child and Adolescent Fellowship at Johns Hopkins Hospital where he was elected Chief Resident from 2008-2009. Dr. T maintains an independent practice in Baltimore and is a faculty instructor at Johns Hopkins Hospital in the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. He is the official psychiatric consultant to Gilman School in Baltimore, a member of the #SameHere Psych Alliance and serves on the advisory board of Synergy Dryland. He is also the medical director for “The Hidden Opponent,” a top mental health non-profit recognized as a standout resource for athletes by Kobe Bryant. Dr. T has also partnered with USA Lacrosse to integrate mental health education and mindset training through the Athlete-Mindset seminar series. Baltimore Magazine has selected him as “Top Doctor” every year since 2016. The Baltimore Business Journal and Living Classrooms Foundation have recognized him as a “Rising Star.” He is a member of the International Society for Sports Psychiatry, a Distinguished Fellow of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) and a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association (APA). He continues to train and has competed as an athlete in variety of sports including weightlifting, running, cycling, Crossfit, GoRuck and endurance challenges. Given his personal athletic success, medical knowledge, and extensive clinical experience, Dr. T works closely with elite athletes, coaches, military personnel, first responders and competitive businesses to improve performance by identifying emotional barriers to success, managing psychological factors related to setbacks, teaching mental skills training and developing a competitive mindset. For more on Dr. T, check out @dr.t_sportspsych on social media & https://mindsettraininginstitute.com/ ... Dr. T also hosts The Mindset Experience Podcast which can be found here https://themindsetexp.libsyn.com/ To keep up to date with everything Dan is doing, be sure to subscribe and follow @brawnbody on social media! Episode Sponsors: MedBridge: https://www.medbridgeeducation.com/brawn-body-training or Coupon Code "BRAWN" for 40% off your annual subscription! CTM Band: https://ctm.band/collections/ctm-band coupon code "BRAWN10" = 10% off! PurMotion: "brawn" = 10% off!! TRX: trxtraining.com coupon code "TRX20BRAWN" = 20% off Red Light Therapy through Hooga Health: hoogahealth.com coupon code "brawn" = 12% off Ice shaker affiliate link: https://www.iceshaker.com?sca_ref=1520881.zOJLysQzKe Training Mask: "BRAWN" = 20% off at checkout https://www.trainingmask.com?sca_ref=2486863.iestbx9x1n Make sure you SHARE this episode with a friend who could benefit from the information we shared! Check out everything Dan is up to, including blog posts, fitness programs, and more by clicking here: https://linktr.ee/brawnbodytraining Liked this episode? Leave a 5-star review on your favorite podcast platform! *Note-this episode is not intended to diagnose, treat, or replace services from a qualified mental health provider --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/daniel-braun/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/daniel-braun/support
How Did They Do It? Real Estate
Find out how you can live the life you want without sacrificing your income as Mikhailia Lake, MD, FACC, shares how she reclaimed balance and freedom in her personal and professional life through real estate investing. So if you want to secure a better future for you and your family, start listening!Key Takeaways to Listen forThe struggles encountered by working momsInspiring advice on shifting to a real estate career2 eye-opening things you can gain through multifamily real estateImportant metrics to consider before investing in a dealThe life-altering impact of real estate investingResources Mentioned in This EpisodeFree Apartment Syndication Due Diligence Checklist for Passive Investor About Mikhailia Lake, MD, FACCMikhailia “Mikki” Lake, MD, FACC, is the founder and managing partner of TitanCor Capital LLC. She started investing in real estate in 2016, with her first single-family rental, that first “door” taught her invaluable lessons and led to her success in real estate. She explored other facets of real estate, including flipping homes in the Atlanta area and investing as a limited partner in commercial real estate – retail and multifamily before finally crossing over to the general partner side of multifamily real estate. She is a Cardiologist who attended Emory University School of Medicine, residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital, and fellowship training at the University of Miami. She has excelled in leadership roles, including a previous role as the Medical Director for Non-invasive Cardiology for a multi-system hospital and Director of a Women's Heart Program. She enjoys traveling and cooking and values spending time with her family.Connect with Dr. MikhailiaWebsite: Titan Cor CapitalEmail: email@example.comTo Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorGrow Your Show, LLCThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams
Join CardioNerds Co-Founder Dr. Dan Ambinder, Dr. Nino Isakadze (EP Fellow at Johns Hopkins Hospital), Dr. Karan Desai (Cardiology Faculty at Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins Bayview) and student Dr. Shivani Reddy (Medical Student at Western Michigan University Homer Stryker SOM), as they discuss how digital health in changing the landscape of CV Disease Management with Dr. Dipti Itchhaporia (Past President of the ACC). The overall goal of this episode is to broadly describe the current landscape of digital health for cardiovascular disease, define “digital health tools” and describe their role in cardiovascular disease management. Episode audio was edited by student Dr. Shivani Reddy and show notes were developed by Dr. Nino Isakadze. In this series, supported by an ACC Chapter Grant and in collaboration with Corrie Health, we hope to provide all CardioNerds out there a primer on the role of digital heath in cardiovascular medicine. Use of versatile hardware and software devices is skyrocketing in everyday life. This provides unique platforms to support healthcare management outside the walls of the hospital for patients with or at risk for cardiovascular disease. In addition, evolution of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and telemedicine is augmenting clinical decision making at a new level fueling a revolution in cardiovascular disease care delivery. Digital health has the potential to bridge the gap in healthcare access, lower costs of healthcare and promote equitable delivery of evidence-based care to patients. This CardioNerds Digital Health series is made possible by contributions of stellar fellow leads and expert faculty from several programs, led by series co-chairs, Dr. Nino Isakadze and Dr. Karan Desai. Enjoy this Circulation 2022 Paths to Discovery article to learn about the CardioNerds story, mission, and values. CardioNerds Digital Health Series PageCardioNerds Episode PageCardioNerds AcademyCardionerds Healy Honor Roll CardioNerds Journal ClubSubscribe to The Heartbeat Newsletter!Check out CardioNerds SWAG!Become a CardioNerds Patron! Pearls and Quotes COVID 19 pandemic accelerated the digital transformation of healthcare. Digital health tools exist for disease prediction, diagnosis and management. Digital health can increase access to care and lower overall cost expenditure. Clinicians, policy makers, and insurance providers should be involved to facilitate rapid and effective adoption of digital health interventions to better patient and population health. Notes 1. How did the COVID-19 pandemic accelerate the process of adopting digital health tools in healthcare including cardiovascular disease management? Although technological advances and technological transformation have been implemented in many aspects of our lives, their adoption in healthcare, including cardiovascular disease management has lagged behind. The COVID-19 pandemic was a force that led to the Tech-celeration as we adopted telemedicine and remote patient monitoring platforms in a short time to preserve access to healthcare. Technology became essential not to replace but to support face to face interactions. Reimbursement models were rapidly created that fit digital healthcare delivery; however it remains unclear whether these models will continue to be in effect in the post pandemic era. 2. Can you discuss broadly the current landscape of evidence-based digital health tools available for cardiovascular disease management? Three components of digital health landscape can be broken down as follows:Virtual care/telehealth platformsRemote patient monitoring systems including implanted devices, patches, wearables, smartphone applications and more Artificial intelligence to allow meaningful use of the big data obtained from remote patient monitoring systems in therapeutic and disease management pathways 3.
Female Physician Entrepreneurs Podcast
Dr. Vivian Asamoah is board-certified in Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition. With fellowship training from the reputable Johns Hopkins Hospital and as a certified functional medicine provider, Dr. Asamoah balances Conventional Medicine and Functional Medicine to achieve optimal health for her patients. She is unique in her multidisciplinary approach to educating her patients to understand their health conditions on their journey to better and sustained health. https://www.drvivianasamoah.com/ https://www.facebook.com/vivianabenaasamoah ------------- Dr. Sharon Mclaughlin is board certified plastic surgeon. She is founder of the Female Physician Entrepreneurs Network and Business Program where she empowers women physicians by helping them turn their idea into profitable businesses so that they can have the freedom to live their best life. She is also the founder of Mind Lull, which helps others slow down by providing tools and journals which help small business owners improve their focus and have more fulfillment. Her latest book, Thriving After Burnout, is a compilation of stories from women physicians who share tips and strategies on what helped them during burnout. Thriving After Burnout https://amzn.to/3XAhfd3 For women physicians https://fpestrong.com You can find Dr Mclaughlin's planners here https://amzn.to/3MnMhPK Her website https://sharonmackconsuting,.com You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org Social Media Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sharonmclaughlinmd/ Tik Tok https://www.tiktok.com/@sharonmclaughlinmd Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/sharonmclaughlinmd/ Facebook Female Physician Entrepreneurs Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/FemalePhysicianEntrepreneurs #womenphysician #physicianmotivation #physiciansuccess #physicianmom #timemanagement #physicianentrepreneur
Dr. David Zaas joined the Medical University of South Carolina in June 2020 as the Chief Executive Officer for the Charleston Division and the Chief Clinical Officer for MUSC Health. In addition, he is an Professor at the MUSC School of Medicine with a clinical practice in pulmonary medicine and lung transplantation at MUSC.Dr. Zaas was the President of Duke Raleigh Hospital from 2014-2020. He previously served as the Chief Medical Officer for the Duke Faculty Practice, the Private Diagnostic Clinic (PDC). He also served as the Vice-Chair for Clinical Practice in the Department of Medicine at Duke University. Dr. Zaas also formerly served as medical director for Lung Transplantation at Duke. His academic interests have involved both translational and clinical research focused on improving outcomes from lung transplantation including the role of infectious complications after transplant.Dr. Zaas is a graduate of Yale University in 1994. He completed his medical degree at Northwestern University in 1998 and subsequently did his internship and residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He was selected as Assistant Chief of Service of the Osler Medical Service in 2002-2003. He completed his fellowship training at Duke in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine and then joined the Duke faculty in 2005. Dr. Zaas also completed his Master's of Business Administration at Duke in 2008.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.
Brews and Tiny Teeth, The Unfiltered Pediatric Dentistry Podcast
Dr. Richard Marn is a dual board-certified physician in anesthesiology and pediatric anesthesiology. He trained at NYU and Johns Hopkins Hospital, and was on Mt. Sinai Hospital faculty as one of their pediatric anesthesiologists for 11 years. He works in New York providing pediatric in-office sedations for pediatric dentists and oral surgeons through his company New York Medical Anesthesia. Dr. Marn is also unique because his wife Dr. Jessica Marn is a fellow pediatric dentist! Drs. Richard and Jessica Marn recognized that medical education for dentists and oral surgeons is fragmented and incomplete. They co-founded an education company, Blue Pacific Medical Simulation, that teaches dental offices how to properly respond to medical emergencies in their office. In this episode, we review why pediatric dentists and their teams often aren't well trained or equipped to handle in-office anesthesia emergencies when things go wrong. We discuss common problems, review a recent pediatric dental anesthesia death in the news, and talk about how Dr. Marn's company runs simulations to train dentists on how to be better prepared. More info on Dr. Marn and his services can be found at the website below. www.bpmedsim.com www.nymedicalanesthesia.com
The Cardiorenal Syndrome is commonly encountered, and frequently misunderstood. Join the CardioNerds team as we discuss the complex interplay between the heart and kidneys with Dr. Elliott Miller (Assistant Professor of Medicine at Yale University School of Medicine and Associate Medical Director of the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit of Yale New Haven Hospital), and Dr. Nayan Arora (Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine and Nephrologist at the University of Washington Medical Center). We are hosted by FIT lead Dr. Matthew Delfiner (Cardiology Fellow at Temple University), Cardiac Critical Care Series Co-Chairs Dr. Mark Belkin (AHFTC faculty at University of Chicago) and Dr. Karan Desai (Cardiologist at Johns Hopkins Hospital), and CardioNerds Co-Found Dr. Dan Ambinder. In this episode we discuss the definition and pathophysiology of the cardiorenal syndrome, explore strategies for initial diuresis and diuretic resistance, and management of the common heart failure medications in this setting. Show notes were developed by Dr. Matthew Delfiner. Audio editing by CardioNerds Academy Intern, student doctor Akiva Rosenzveig. The CardioNerds Cardiac Critical Care Series is a multi-institutional collaboration made possible by contributions of stellar fellow leads and expert faculty from several programs, led by series co-chairs, Dr. Mark Belkin, Dr. Eunice Dugan, Dr. Karan Desai, and Dr. Yoav Karpenshif. Pearls • Notes • References • Production Team CardioNerds Cardiac Critical Care PageCardioNerds Episode PageCardioNerds AcademyCardionerds Healy Honor Roll CardioNerds Journal ClubSubscribe to The Heartbeat Newsletter!Check out CardioNerds SWAG!Become a CardioNerds Patron! Pearls and Quotes - Management of Cardiorenal Syndrome in the CICU Cardiorenal syndrome (CRS) represents a range of clinical entities in which there is both heart and kidney dysfunction, and can be driven by one, or both, of the organs. CRS is caused by reduced renal perfusion, elevated renal congestion, or a combination of the two. Treatment therefore focuses on increasing perfusion, by optimizing cardiac output and mean arterial pressure, and reducing congestion through diuresis. Patients should be monitored for an adequate response to the initial diuretic dose within 2 hours of administration. If the response is inadequate, the loop diuretic dose should be doubled. Diuretic resistance can be managed via sequential nephron blockade, most commonly with thiazide diuretics, but also with amiloride, high-dose spironolactone, or acetazolamide, as these target different regions of the nephron. In cases of refractory diuretic resistance, hypertonic saline can be considered with the help of an experienced clinician. Continuation or cessation of renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system (RAAS) inhibitors in the setting of CRS should be made on a case-by-case basis. Show notes - Management of Cardiorenal Syndrome in the CICU 1. Cardiorenal syndrome (CRS) is a collection of signs/symptoms that indicate injury to both the heart and kidneys. Organ dysfunction in one can drive dysfunction in the other. Cardiorenal syndrome can be categorized as: Type 1 - Acute heart failure causing acute kidney injury Type 2 - Chronic heart failure causing chronic kidney injury Type 3 - Acute kidney injury causing acute heart failure Type 4 - Chronic kidney injury causing chronic heart failure Type 5 - Co-development of heart and kidney injury by another systemic process. These categories can be helpful for education, discussion, and research purposes, but they do not usually enter clinical practice on a regular basis since different categories of cardiorenal syndrome are not necessarily treated differently. 2. CRS is caused by either reduced renal perfusion, elevated renal congestion, or a combination of the two. When dealing with CRS, note that: CRS can be caused by poor kidney perfusion,
Hablamos con el doctor Ricardo Rueda, médico ginecólogo de la Universidad del Rosario en Bogotá Colombia y la universidad de McGill en Canadá. Con entrenamiento formal de subespecialidad (fellowship) en endocrinología y medicina reproductiva en el Johns Hopkins Hospital de Baltimore, Estados Unidos.El Dr Rueda es socio fundador de reprotec, el centro de fertilidad más importante del país en donde dirige la unidad de preservación de fertilidad. Vamos hablar de medicina reproductiva.
On this Salcedo Storm Podcast: Congressman Andy Harris represents the 1st congressional district in Maryland. Dr. Harris was a practicing physician at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, a medical officer in the Naval Reserve before going to Congress.
Dr. Martin Adel Makary, M.D. is a British-American surgeon, professor, author and medical commentator. He practices surgical oncology and gastrointestinal laparoscopic surgery at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, is Mark Ravitch Chair in Gastrointestinal Surgery at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and teaches public health policy as Professor of Surgery and Public Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Makary was named one of the most influential people in healthcare by HealthLeader magazine.(2) In 2018, Makary was elected to the National Academy of Medicine.(3) During the COVID-19 pandemic, Makary has been a prolific pundit discussing the topics of COVID-19 and mitigation strategies. He was an early advocate for universal masking to control the pandemic and recommends vaccines for adults,(4) but has been an outspoken opponent of broad vaccine mandates and some COVID restrictions at schools.(5)(6) This podcast discusses COVID, what we did right and what we did wrong.
The average age of a woman in menopause is 51 but can range between 40-58 years old. We are going to spend a third of our lives in menopause so why not make it as vibrant as possible? There is no need to suffer during perimenopause, menopause or post-menopause when we have options to support us. Perimenopause and menopause may include a variety of symptoms such as hot flashes, brain fog, low libido, anxiety, hair loss, and weight gain. Menopause also opens the door to an increased risk of chronic diseases, such as cardiovascular disease, stroke, Alzheimer's, osteoporosis, and metabolic syndrome.I've said this before on previous podcasts, and I will say it again, at the end of the day you get to make the final decision on whether or not to take hormone replacement therapy, whether it's HRT or BHRT. At the very least, educate yourself on the topic, the benefits, and the possible health consequences if you don't do anything. Then, make your decision.My guest today is Dr. Wen Shen, an associate professor of clinical gynecology and an associate professor of oncology at the oncology center in the Johns Hopkins Medicine Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics. She is also the clinical director of the Menopause Consultation service and Co-Director of the Women's Wellness & Healthy Aging Program.A board-certified gynecologist, Dr. Shen has concentrated on menopause medicine for more than 15 years. She specializes in treating peri-menopause and menopausal symptoms taking into consideration the woman's overall health. She often works with her patients' primary care provider to recommend non-hormonal therapies, alternative treatment options and menopause hormone therapy as appropriate for the individual patient.In addition to clinical care, Dr. Shen focuses on educating her patients, other physicians and future physicians on women's post reproductive health. She is engaged in clinical trials for new therapies for the treatment of menopause symptoms. She is actively developing curricula and educational aids for future physicians and health care providers on menopause medicine and the importance of healthy aging. Dr. Shen has published numerous articles and book chapters on menopause and perimenopause. She is a fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and is on the Board of Trustees for the North American Menopause Society.Dr. Shen earned her Master's in Public Health and her Medical Degree from the Tulane University School of Medicine. She completed her residency in Gynecology and Obstetrics at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. During the 18 years Dr. Shen spent in general practice she became aware of the lack of physician education on post-reproductive health in women.Since her 2005 return to Johns Hopkins, she has committed herself to raising awareness of menopausal and post-reproductive health in women to help them stay their healthiest beginning in peri-menopause and as they age.Medical Disclaimer:By listening to this podcast, you agree not to use this podcast as medical advice or for making any lifestyle changes to treat any medical condition in either yourself or others. Consult your own physician for any medical issues that you may be having. This entire disclaimer also applies to any of my guests on my podcast.Studies & Resources mentioned during our conversation:Treatment Strategies for Hot Flushes: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/19405789/The Bioidentical Hormone Debate: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/19179815/Women's Wellness & Healthy Aging Program: https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/womens_wellness_program/meet_our_team.html
Hello, and welcome to Beauty and the Biz where we talk about the business and marketing side of plastic surgery, and offsetting your overhead. I'm your host, Catherine Maley, author of Your Aesthetic Practice – What your patients are saying, as well as consultant to plastic surgeons, to get them more patients and more profits. Now, today's episode is called "Offsetting Your Overhead — with Jason Pozner, MD". It's common for surgeons to take out a huge loan and do a build out of their dream practice but then the bills to pay for all of it start coming in. They quickly notice when the OR is idle and the exam rooms are empty, that's costing them money. It's an uncomfortable feeling. Should they bring on another surgeon to help cover the costs? Should they hire a nurse injector to bring in more revenues? Should they get more creative? In this Beauty and the Biz Podcast episode, I interviewed Dr. Jason Pozner, a board certified plastic surgery with 30 years experience of learning and training on the world's most advanced plastic surgery procedures, laser treatments and skin rejuvenation treatments. Dr. Pozner is the founder of Sanctuary Plastic Surgery and co-owner of Sanctuary Medical Aesthetic Center in Boca Raton, FL. He has experienced all the above scenarios. From expanding to almost going bankrupt to bringing in others to help (some good, some horrendous) and he finally found a balance that works. Dr. Pozner dropped so many pearls, you want to hear this. Visit Dr. Pozner's Website P.S. This Week Only! If you want better results from your advertising efforts, the solution is to fix your lead gen process. I'll do it for you at a fraction of my usual fees. Watch this video…..
Health and Home with the Hippocratic Hosts
On this episode, we're talking to physiatrist expert Dr. Alba Azola about long COVID (or PASC). How common is it, what are the symptoms, and how can we treat it? She tells us all this and more to help you protect yourself and your loved ones.Dr. Alba Azola, MD is a rehabilitation physician and the co-director of the Johns Hopkins Post-Acute COVID-19 Team (PACT), in collaboration with the division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD. PACT is a multidisciplinary clinic that offers comprehensive outpatient care and rehabilitation services for patients with post-COVID conditions, and it was established in April of 2020. Dr. Azola's expertise includes neurorehabilitation, management of autonomic dysfunction, rehabilitation for swallowing disorders, and post-COVID rehabilitation, and she's one of a small group of physicians in the U.S. who are at the forefront of post-COVID research and treatment.*************************************Connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest!And we'd love it (and you, forever) if you subscribe to our show and review us in Apple Podcasts ... it helps other people like you find the show!Thanks for listening and chat again soon!
Dr. Eric Bricker is an internal medicine physician who graduated with Honors from the University of Illinois College of Medicine and completed his residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. Dr. Bricker is the former Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer of Compass Professional Health Services. Compass is a Healthcare Navigation service that grew to 1.8 million members across 2,000+ clients including T-Mobile, Southwest Airlines, and Chili's/Maggiano's Restaurants. Compass was acquired by Alight Solutions in July 2018. Alight is a 10,000-person employee benefit and HR outsourcing company that separated from Aon in 2017.Dr. Bricker is also the founder of Texas Family Insurance - an independent insurance agent who sells Oscar Health | Disclaimer: AHealthcareZ.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com Thank you for your support!Please subscribe to our podcast on apple or amazon and give us a great review. You can make suggestions for guests and topics on our website below. Thanks for listening. Follow us on social media YouTube, Instagram, WebPage The Pediatric Lounge - A Podcast taking you behind the door of the Physician's Lounge to get a deeper insight into what docs are talking about today, from the clinically profound to the wonderfully routine...and everything in between. The conversations are not intended as medical advice and the opinions expressed are solely those of the host and guest.
Today on the podcast we have Dr. Michelle Kittleson MD PhD. Dr. Kittleson is a Cardiologist, Director of Post Graduate Medical Education and Heart Failure and Transplantation, and a Professor of Medicine at Cedars – Sinai California Heart Center. Dr. Kittleson attended both Harvard and Yale Medical Schools. She then completed her Residency at Brigham and Women's Hospital, a fellowship at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a fellowship at Johns Hopkins Hospital. In this podcast, Dr. Kittleson talks about many of her past mentors and the benefits of having a mentor, the future of heart failure transplant cardiology, teamwork in medicine, and more. White Coat Story is a podcast series for school students to gain first-person insights into the practice of medicine, and what it takes to get there.
WARNING: This talk includes some graphic anecdotes of physician-assisted suicide. Dr. Marine's slides may be accessed here: https://tinyurl.com/4aywf3ye This talk was given on October 19th, 2022, at John Hopkins University For more information, please visit thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Joseph Marine, MD, MBA, FACC, FHRS, is a board-certified clinical cardiac electrophysiologist who practices primarily at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. He is a Professor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and holds appointments as Vice-Director of the Division of Cardiology and Section Chief of Cardiology for Johns Hopkins Community Physicians. He trained at UC San Francisco Medical School, Brigham and Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School, Boston University Medical Center, and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
2022 will go down as the second highest year for mass shootings in the US on record. It's senseless bloodshed that raises the question every time: are these tragedies preventable? And why can't we stop this uniquely American problem? Joseph Sakran was 17 when a stray bullet went through his throat and struck him in the left shoulder. He survived and that experience altered the course of his life. He is now a trauma surgeon at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, a city that continues to be plagued by shootings. Dr. Sakran joins the show to discuss his own experience and trying to put an end to gun violence. Also on today's show: actor Matthew McConaughey; Alex Heath, deputy dditor of The Verge; director James Cameron.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Dr. Sanjay Arora is the Founder of Suburban Diagnostics, a leading diagnostic center and pathology lab offering its services across Western India. A TEDx Speaker, Dr. Arora has spoken at various conferences and events, sharing his entrepreneurial journey, experiences, and learnings.Dr. Arora is known to be a thought leader in the Diagnostics and Healthcare industry. His visionary approach towards women's health has helped bring a change and improve the health outcomes and health indices in the country.Dr. Arora has graduated from Grant Medical College and JJ Hospital, with a special interest in Cytopathology. He has trained at the esteemed Tata Hospital, Johns Hopkins Hospital, and Henry Ford Hospital, USA. His visionary approach towards women's health has helped bring a change and improve the health outcomes and health indices in the country. He is a global traveler, amateur chef, travel photographer, and DJ who loves sharing his entrepreneurial journey, experiences, and learnings. His demeanor has also led him to be a constant student of leadership who is actively learning to be a better version of himself from global gurus like Dr. Marshall Goldsmith.Timestamps The doctor as an entrepreneur - 2:56Dr. Sanjay's backstory - 12:10Developing curiosity - 17:45Creating space through the practice of mindfulness -25:26Power of 3 - 32:30Building career in the health care industry - 42:18 QuotesEvery day is a fresh dayRelationships are like elastic, you can stretch them only to a point.The best way to learn anything is to get your hands dirtyWe make plans for life but life has a plan for usYou cannot pour from an empty cupConnect with Dr. Sanjay: LinkedIn |Email |FacebookDo not miss to check out our new website and share your love https://inspiresomeonetoday.in/Do stay tuned for new episodes every alternate Friday. Next episode - Dec 30'22. Available on all podcast platforms, including, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, YouTube, Spotify
The Making Magic Creativity Podcast Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shaun-jay/support Dr. Bruce Wolock was part of an exclusive team that successfully completed the most extensive surgery of its kind ever performed in the United States. Also the first to be conducted at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, the 13 hour operation required meticulous planning in rehearsal to accomplish the complex task of collecting bones, blood vessels, muscles, tendons, nerves, and skin from donor to recipient. Dr. Bruce S. Wolock specializes in hand, elbow, and shoulder surgery and general orthopedic surgery. He is fellowship trained an orthopedic, hand, and upper extremity surgery. SPONSORS: Interested in sponsoring the next episode? Email us at email@example.com and let's make it happen! LISTEN TO THE SHOW ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCAST APP Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/makingmagiconapple Spotify: http://bit.ly/makingmagicspotify Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/makingmagicgoogle --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shaun-jay/support
It was a privilege speaking with Prof. Diamond whom I managed to interview just before the COVID-19 pandemic (I think we all have an idea of the effect that had on all of us). Prof. Diamond is a Pediatric Urologist with particular interests in Disorders of Sexual Differentiation, Transgender Surgery and Medical Ethics. He attended Princeton University and received his medical degree from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, and undertook his surgical residency at the University of Vermont and his urology residency at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He then travelled to the UK for pediatric urology fellowships at the Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool, Great Ormond Street Hospital and Institute of Urology in London. His first faculty position was at the University of Massachusetts Medical School where he rose to Professor. He then joined faculty at Boston Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and remained for 25 years serving as Urologist-in-Chief for the last nine, before returning to the University of Rochester Medical Center in 2021. He has authored the definitive chapters in the last four editions of Campbell-Walsh's textbook of Urology. He served as Clinical Ethicist and member of the Ethics Advisory Council at Boston Children's Hospital in 2002, became Co-Director of the Gender Management Service (GeMS) at Boston Children's Hospital in 2007, and in 2017 Co-Director of the Gender Surgery Center, the first transgender surgical program based at a children's hospital in the US.
The More We Know Community Show with Dr. Sylvia
Since COVID-19 began, depression has increased dramatically globally (CDC). In this episode, host Dr. Sylvia discusses mental health and mental illness, including depression and anxiety, with double board certified psychiatrist Dr. Iman Hypolite, who explains the difference between the two and how depression and anxiety present differently in higher-functioning adults. In addition, Dr. Hypolite explains some treatment options for people experiencing mental illness. Dr. Iman Hypolite, is a double board certified Adult, Child, and Adolescent Psychiatrist. Dr. Hypolite is the CEO and founder of Aspira Health and Wellness Consulting LLC. a boutique private, psychiatry practice for high functioning, professional women. She received her medical education and training at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, University of Maryland, and The Johns Hopkins Hospital. She has been practicing medicine for over 20 years! Mental Health Resources: 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline Veteran Crisis line: 988 then press 1 Trans Lifeline: 877 565 8860 BlackMental Health Resources.net CDC.gov resources mental health tools and resources nimh.nih.gov
If you have chronic pain or know someone who has, chances are you have heard of Fibromyalgia. But not many people know exactly what it is or where it comes from. In fact, many patients and doctors alike have doubted whether or not Fibromyalgia is even a real disease! Well, indeed it is. In this episode, Board Certified Rheumatologist Dr. Martina Ziegenbein and I are demystifying the diagnosis by answering to the following questions:***************What is fibromyalgia?How do we diagnose it?Why has FM been known as a “wastebasket” diagnosis?What causes FM? Is it autoimmune? Inflammatory? Neurologic?Aside from pain, are sleep and mood disturbances part of the diagnosis?What are the types of pain? Which category does FM pain fall into?Why was FM previously considered psychosomatic?How has the stigma associated with FM affected how patients are treated?Why are rheumatologists the specialists with FM expertise?Why does it take so long to come to a diagnosis of FM?How do personality, intrinsic characteristics and past trauma contribute to the development of FM?How does an overactive nervous system contribute to hypersensitivity?What are the treatment options for pain?How does nervous system training help in the overall management?What is somatic tracking and how can it help?***************Dr. Ziegenbein is a board certified rheumatologist practicing on Cape Cod. She graduated from PJ Safarik University School of Medicine in Slovakia and completed Internal Medicine at the Marshfield Clinic Medical Center. For her Rheumatology Fellowship she attended Boston Medical Center and subsequently completed a Lupus Fellowship at Johns Hopkins Hospital.***************You can find more from Dr. Ziegenbein at:Website:www.winningatfibromyalgia.com***************Thanks so much for listening!There's lots more on my website:www.drlexlifestylemedicine.comand....If you love the music, check out:www.therealmichaelvm.com/musicAll my love & gratitude to:my guest: Dr. Martina Ziegenbein,my inspiration: my patients,my idea guy: Edward,my intro crew: Izzy, Lance & Lucia,my tech & equipment guy: Pop,my angel: Susie,my music & sound guy: Mike VM,my mascots: Jules & P.S., my creative director: Emily,my love, Michael.***************#fibromyalgia #fibromyalgiaawareness #fibromyalgiawarrior #fibromyalgiasucks #fibromyalgiapaintreatment #fibromyalgiatherapy #fibromyalgiafighter #fibromyalgiasupport #fibromyalgiaproblems #fibromyalgiaarmy #fibromyalgiaisreal #fibromyalgiadiet #fibromyalgiacommunity #fibromyalgiapain
It's New Orleans: Out to Lunch
We're all too familiar with horrific news stories about school shootings, teenage drug overdoses, and social-media-driven teen suicide. But these aren't actually the country's biggest causes of childhood death. The leading cause of death in children aged 1-14, after vehicle crashes, is drowning. Although we're deeply divided about how best to solve the issues of adolescent gun violence and drug abuse, the cure for saving kids from drowning is obvious: Kids need to learn to swim. In some countries, like Australia and New Zealand, learning to swim is a mandatory part of the elementary school curriculum. Not so in the United States. Here, an average of 11 kids a day die from downing. Kaci McGuire is doing everything she can to correct this situation. Kaci is the founder of Safe Swim, a swim school she launched in New Orleans in 2020 whose 6 instructors give swim lessons to people of all ages and abilities, starting with kids as young as 4 months. When a child is sick enough to be admitted to the hospital, days or weeks confined to bed can feel like they drag on forever. Unlike adults, kids don't have the life-skills to deal with the stress, anxiety and depression that can accompany a hospital stay. Not only does this make a kid's daily life in the hospital miserable, it can also impede their medical progress. Multiple studies have found that a healthy mental and emotional attitude aids with recovery from illness. So, given that children typically can't call on coping mechanisms like yoga and meditation to improve their mental and emotional state, what can they do? Becca Chapman has the answer. Becca is co-founder & Executive Director of Prescription Joy. Prescription Joy are healthcare clowns. Yes, actual clowns. With goofy outfits, and props like rubber chickens and toilet-plungers. Prescription Joy is a member of the North American Federation of Healthcare Clowning, whose members include The Laughter League at Boston Children's Hospital and The Clown Care Team at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Healthcare clowning is, indeed, a serious business. Of all the behavioral aspects of our American society that have changed over the past few generations, little has changed more markedly than our perception of childhood. We used to believe that childhood was just an inconvenient period we were forced to endure until small humans got big enough to function independently and join the workforce. Today, we realize that perception is ill-informed. We now recognize the value of child development, and the relationship between our childhood experiences and our happiness as adults. As we further break down childhood into its component parts, we appreciate how a single childhood experience can reverberate through our lives and make a world of difference. Something as seemingly innocuous as a joyous hour with a healthcare clown, or as simple as a swim lesson, can change or even save a life. Kaci and Becca are quietly contributing to the betterment of the lives of New Orleans' childhood inhabitants, and the rest of us too. Out to Lunch is recorded live over lunch at NOLA Pizza in the NOLA Brewing Taproom. You can find photos from this show by Jill Lafleur at itsneworleans.com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this podcast we will be interviewing a pharmacy leader to discuss their Pharmacy Technician Training programs at their respective site. We will discuss the structure of their program, the successes they found in having a program, and the challenges they've faced along the way. The information presented during the podcast reflects solely the opinions of the presenter. The information and materials are not, and are not intended as, a comprehensive source of drug information on this topic. The contents of the podcast have not been reviewed by ASHP, and should neither be interpreted as the official policies of ASHP, nor an endorsement of any product(s), nor should they be considered as a substitute for the professional judgment of the pharmacist or physician.
Dr. Rupali Chadha is a Johns Hopkins Hospital educated and board certified general and forensic psychiatric physician who both treats the brain diseases of the criminally insane and serves as an expert witness in trials. On the podcast we discuss life in California, feminism, being a champion of the Heroic Feminine, mental health, big government/corporate medicine, AB 2098 and much more. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE LIKE AND SHARE THIS PODCAST!!! Social media Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/rupalichadhamd/?hl=en Twitter- https://twitter.com/RupaliChadhaMD?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor Website- http://www.rupalichadhamd.com/ Follow Me Twitter- https://twitter.com/CoffeeandaMike Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/coffeeandamike/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/CoffeeandaMike/ Truth Social- https://truthsocial.com/@coffeeandamike Gettr- https://gettr.com/user/coffeeandamike Support My Work Venmo- https://venmo.com/code?user_id=3570365208987017385&created=1658667789.4661531&printed=1 Website- www.coffeeandamike.com Email- firstname.lastname@example.org
Despite what Billy Madison said, peeing your pants isn't cool. And it certainly doesn't make you Miles Davis. Now, unclench your butt because we are going there! In this episode we cover… What incontinence is and what you can do it about it! You have more options than you think when it comes to treatment and quality of life! What pelvic organ prolapse (aka POP) is and how to get the care you need. You may not need to drink as much water as you think! And other lifestyle and dietary modifications you can explore to support your pelvic health. This renowned Urogynecologists #1 tip on how to care, advocate, and embody your body! Hint: this is where I come in ;) Dr. Allison R. Polland, is board certified in both urology and urogynecology. She is director of the Maimonides Pelvic Floor Center. Dr. Polland completed her undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering at Yale University before going on to medical school at Columbia University. She completed her general surgery internship and urology residency at Mount Sinai Hospital, before going on to fellowship at Georgetown University. Dr. Polland is one of the few urologists in the country with cross-specialty training in a gynecology-based Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery fellowship. She performs reconstructive urologic surgery for both women and men, and treats all urologic and urogynecologic issues, including pelvic organ prolapse, urinary and fecal incontinence, pelvic floor disorders, urethral strictures, fistulas, hematuria and recurrent UTIs. Dr. Polland has extensive training in minimally-invasive surgical techniques, including vaginal, laparoscopic, and robotic-assisted surgery. Dr. Polland has a strong research background with a special interest in women's sexual health. She has received grants from the Sexual Medicine Society of North America and the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health. She has given lectures in this area of expertise at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Mount Sinai Hospital. She has also been recognized for her research on a national level with multiple presentations at national scientific meetings. Learn more about Allison here. If you're picking up what I'm laying down… ALTER YOUR (in)BOX by clicking here and I'll meet you there Monday morning :) Learn more at www.alissaalter.com Follow along on IG @alissaalter As always I've got your back, I've got your front, and I've got your undercarriage.
Elegant Warrior Podcast with Heather Hansen
As patients, we don't always recognize the vital role we play in our healthcare. Understanding that our knowledge is power can give us the tools needed to advocate for ourselves. ~WE'LL DISCUSS ~ Why William Osler, the first Physician-in-Chief of Johns Hopkins Hospital, believed that patients were the source of medical knowledge How to use the 3 C's of an advocate as patients Why you should consider praising the doctors and nurses on your healthcare team Subscribe to the Podcast here: Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher Stay Connected with Heather: To schedule a call with Heather, click here To follow Heather on Instagram, click here To subscribe to Heather's 3Q newsletter, click here To request a transcript of this episode, email email@example.com
“Really knowing these steps can save our own nursing time and save our patient's skin from all the dressing removals. If we're not doing these dressings as much, we're all going to be happier,” MiKaela Olsen, DNP, APRN-CNS, AOCNS®, FAAN, clinical program director in oncology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins Health System in Baltimore, MD, told Stephanie Jardine, BSN, RN, oncology clinical specialist at ONS, during a discussion on the importance of properly changing central line dressings and recommendations in practice. You can earn free NCPD contact hours after listening to this episode by completing the evaluation linked below. Music Credit: "Fireflies and Stardust" by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0 Earn 0.5 contact hours of nursing continuing professional development (NCPD) by listening to the full recording and completing an evaluation at myoutcomes.ons.org by September 16, 2024. The planners and faculty for this episode have no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose. ONS is accredited as a provider of NCPD by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Episode Notes Complete this evaluation for free NCPD. Oncology Nursing Podcast episodes: Episode 162: What Nurses Need to Know About Central Lines and Ports Episode 218: Central Venous Catheters: Heparin Harms and Recommendations for Flushing ONS Voice articles: In the Absence of Standard Guidelines, Here Are the Recommendations and Best Practices for Vascular Access Devices Use Evidence-Based Strategies for Managing Central Venous Catheters Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing articles: Central Line Care: Reducing Central Line–Associated Bloodstream Infections on a Hematologic Malignancy and Stem Cell Transplant Unit Central Line Care: Empowering Patients to Prevent Infection and Injury Via EPIC2 Central Line–Associated Bloodstream Infection Prevention: Standardizing Practice Focused on Evidence-Based Guidelines ONS book: Access Device Standards of Practice for Oncology Nursing ONS courses: Complications of Vascular Access Devices and IV Therapy Vascular Access Devices ONS videos: Standard of Practice for Cleansing Access Sites Standard of Practice for Topical Anesthetics Prior to Insertion of a Peripheral IV American Journal of Infection Control article: Implementing a Program to Standardize Central Line Maintenance Critical Care article: Ultrasound-Guided Central Venous Catheter Placement: A Structured Review and Recommendations for Clinical Practice Critical Care Medicine article: Dressing Disruption Is a Major Risk Factor for Catheter-Related Infections Association for Vascular Access To discuss the information in this episode with other oncology nurses, visit the ONS Communities. To provide feedback or otherwise reach ONS about the podcast, email pubONSVoice@ons.org. Highlights From Today's Episode “One of the most important points at which a line can become infected is at the insertion site. So that central line dressing is of the utmost importance. We cannot ignore it and we have to inspect it frequently and teach our patients to do the same so that they don't have an infection caused by bacteria getting into that insertion site.” Timestamp (TS) 04:28 “If we don't get the dressing right and we don't do a good job with it, it's not going to be clean, dry, and intact. It's going to come off too soon. We really want our transparent, highly moisture-permeable dressings that we put over our central line catheters to stay on and meet the guidelines to stay on for seven days, and then we need to do a dressing change. If they come off sooner and you're having to change them more frequently, then that can increase the risk of central line–associated bloodstream infections.” TS 12:07 “It's really important that when you are doing these dressings, you have a very simple procedure in place to validate skill for the staff, and they do the same steps every time. But it's very important that they do all the steps and that they always make sure that they have good dry time in between every step.” TS 13:10 “Bleeding is definitely a challenge, and sometimes it's related to the way the line was inserted, if they used a cutting mechanism at the site instead of using a dilation. Sometimes the root of the problem can be that you have to go back to the people who inserted the catheters and tell them about the downstream effects and tell them some of the techniques.” TS 20:05 “If you stack dressings on top of your transparent dressing, it can no longer breathe. And now, it is going to trap moisture under there and cause infection. How you apply each of these chemicals, the dry time—there is definitely a science behind doing a dressing change. So really knowing these steps can save our own nursing time and save our patient's skin from all the dressing removals. If we're not doing these dressings as much, we're all going to be happier.” TS 29:37
Today on the pod we have Joshua S. Yamamoto, MD, FAAC, a cardiologist, former cardiology consultant to the attending physician for the U.S. Congress, and co-author of “You Can Prevent a Stroke" with his spouse, Kristin E. Thomas, MD. “You Can Prevent a Stroke” focuses on a landmark approach to navigating the natural aging process to prevent the heart and brain from failing. The book gives us insight into what we need to do, and what we can ask of our doctors, to manage the effects of aging on our circulation so that we do not have a stroke. Dr. Yamamoto is a D.C. native. He has a degree in Physics from Princeton University, a medical degree from Dartmouth, and he was trained in Internal Medicine at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. He completed his training in cardiology at the National Naval Medical Center and Georgetown University. He was the head of cardiology training and supported cardiac needs in the war zone of Kuwait in 2005. He and his wife are currently in private practice together at Foxhall Medicine in Washington, D.C. ◘ Related Links Dr. Yamamoto's bio https://bit.ly/3eRbPsy Foxhall Medicine https://bit.ly/3BlPXND "You Can Prevent a Stroke: by Drs. Yamamoto and Thomas https://amzn.to/3BGnUcU ◘ Transcript https://bit.ly/3qDHKPV ◘ This podcast features the song “Follow Your Dreams” (freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott_Ho…ur_Dreams_1918) by Scott Holmes, available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (01https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/) license. ◘ Disclaimer: The content and information shared in GW Integrative Medicine is for educational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. The views and opinions expressed in GW Integrative Medicine represent the opinions of the host(s) and their guest(s). For medical advice, diagnosis, and/or treatment, please consult a medical professional.
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