Our primary focus immediately following return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) is aimed at ensuring adequate perfusion of the patient's vital organs and decreasing cerebral damage.Post-arrest goals for O2 saturation, ETCO2, and BP/MAP. Indications for use of an antiarrhythmic after ROSC. Determining which antiarrhythmic to use post cardiac arrest. Administration of Amiodarone or Lidocaine to control ventricular ectopy after ROSC. The use of Amiodarone post arrest if no antiarrhythmics were administered prior to obtaining ROSC. Links to other medical podcasts that cover antiarrhythmics and other ACLS-related topics are on the Pod Resource page at PassACLS.com.Connect with me:Website: https://passacls.com@PassACLS on X (formally known as Twitter)@Pass-ACLS-Podcast on LinkedInGive back via PayPal Good luck with your ACLS class!
"It's not like I'm jogging on those days [that I'm running] or that I'm cross-training easily. I think people underestimate what I'm doing. When I cross-train, there are puddles of sweat on the floor to the point that our recreational center has to put out 'Wet Floor' signs because I sweat that much. One time, they put an 'Out of Order' sign on my machine because they thought it was leaking. Little did they know, it was my sweat." Florida's Parker Valby just won the 2023 NCAA Cross Country individual championship title after a runner-up finish behind NC State's Katelyn Tuohy in 2022. She wrapped up an undefeated 4–0 season that includes wins at the Nuttycombe Invitational, the SEC Championships and the NCAA South Regional before winning it all in Charlottesville just nine days ago. She dominated the race and covered the 6K course in 18 minutes and 55 seconds to win by just over 10 seconds. Parker is also the NCAA Outdoor 5000m champion and owns a personal best of 15:20 for 5000m and 8:49 for 3000m. She has drawn a bunch of attention to her training methods after telling the media that she only runs two to three days a week while cross-training a lot in between. We dive into and clarify a bit about her training. We discuss what's got her excited for track season and we answer a few of your listener questions submitted via Instagram. SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
En este podcast contamos con la ayuda de O2. Entra en o2online.es, o llama al 1551 para más información. No te vas a arrepentir… La industria italiana del automóvil es importante por su producción, pero en mi opinión, sobre todo, por aportar un “segno di identità” y una “freeschezza” que hacen de los coches italianos coches diferentes. Esto sucede ahora, pero creo que sucedía todavía de una forma más marcada en el otoño de 1987… Ya sabéis, al final hablamos de la F1, del último G.P. de Abu Dhabi, el cierre de la temporada. Bienvenidos a los Podcast de los Lunes de GH.
Der DAX schließt knapp unter der 16.000er-Marke, (Schlusskurs +0,3 % und 15.958 Stellen) ein Zeichen für anhaltende Marktstärke, aber auch für potenzielle Gewinnmitnahmen in naher Zukunft. Während der ATX TR in Wien stabil bleibt, blicken wir auf die Wall Street, die sich auf den Feiertag vorbereitet. Nullwumms statt Doppelwumms in Deutschland, Regierung fährt gegen Wand. Im Fokus stehen heute Nvidia, dessen Quartalsergebnisse trotz beeindruckender Zahlen den Markt nicht überzeugen konnten, und die Ölpreise, die aufgrund der Verschiebung der OPEC-Sitzung und globaler Wirtschaftssorgen fallen. In den Firmenmeldungen besprechen wir die Rückkehr von Sam Altman als CEO von OpenAI, die Herausforderungen von Nvidia in China, Jeff Bezos großangelegten Aktienverkauf für wohltätige Zwecke und die aktuellen Herausforderungen für Bayer. Thyssenkrupp zeigt sich trotz Verlusten stark am Markt, während Delivery Hero kartellrechtliche Untersuchungen durch die EU-Kommission erlebt. Fresenius Medical Care hebt nach einem Vergleich in den USA seine Prognose an und 1und1 startet bald sein viertes deutsches Handynetz in Kooperation mit O2. In den Interviews heute: Fritz Mostböck: "Wir erwarten ein gutes Aktienjahr 2024". Süss MicroTec mit 100 Mio. KI-Umsatz - 400 Mio.-EQS-Übernahme. Thomas Timmermann: "Die Welle möglichst lange reiten" Klude: "Ist die Schuldenbremse eigentlich noch angemessen? Einstampfen!" Vermögenssicherung in schwierigen Zeiten mit Gold.
In this episode, we dive into the incredible journey of Sean Jacob, whose impressive career spans across multiple sectors, from Defence to Commercial, Aviation to Finance, both in the UK and internationally. With an exceptional ability to bridge the gap between business strategy and technology, Sean has been the driving force behind numerous successful projects, programmes, and transformations. Sean's career would be the envy of many, with roles as Vice President, Operations for L3 Commercial Training Services, Programme Director for the AA Group Plc, and senior-level leadership roles for high-profile organisations such as Unilever, Orange, nPower, O2, The World Bank, T-Mobile, and Compaq. When given the opportunity to invest in and manage a commercial flight school, Sean embraced it with open arms. After all, he had transformed the work processes and infrastructures of major organisations, worked with exciting start-ups, and even taken a company into the Sunday Times Fast Track 100. Enthusiastically, he set about bringing these skills to bear on a company that appeared to be doing well, had competent and enthusiastic people working for it, and would benefit from someone with considerable commercial experience taking the reins, helping the team work more effectively and creating a company set for success. But that's not what happened… In this episode, we examine the intriguing story behind a slew of negative headlines in May 2023 following the collapse of Shoreham's FTA flight school. As Steven Bartlett says, “FAILURE IS FEEDBACK, FEEDBACK IS KNOWLEDGE AND KNOWLEDGE IS POWER”. Don't miss out on the insights and wisdom Sean has to share from his past successes and, yes, this one failure which contains salutary lessons for us all. LINKS: Sean speaking at Vistage Steven Bartlett on the power of Failure to teach us lessons
"I try to divert a lot of the attention from me towards the team because it really is a lot bigger than just me and my performances. I have a lot of supportive teammates and great staff at Harvard – so that's one thing I try to do. The other thing is just to stay in the moment with the guys. In the end, I'm a part of this team and that's the most important thing. I don't really want to isolate myself as an individual on the squad. We are the squad. We refer to ourselves as 'the hive mind'. I think we even said that on the line at NCAAs – three, two, one, hive mind.” Harvard's Graham Blanks just won the NCAA Cross Country men's individual title and became the first man from the Ivy League to do so. Blanks completed a perfect 5–0 season that included wins at the Battle in Beantown, Nuttycombe Invitational, Ivy League Championships and the NCAA Division I Northeast Region Cross Country Championships before Saturday's victory. At 21 years old, he is also the youngest person to win the NCAA Cross Country Championships since Dathan Ritzenhein in 2003. The future is bright and now he turns his attention to the indoor track season as early as next weekend in Boston. He already owns personal bests of 7:44.76 for 3000m and 13:18.45 for 5000m. Get to know the former Athens Academy star, go inside his training and much more in this episode. Plus, we answer a bunch of your questions from Instagram. SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
On this week's episode, Simi and Feyikemi discuss Rema's concert at the O2, the alleged death of Oladips and the Cassie & Diddy case. They also put you on to their favourite shows & songs.Make sure you watch the episode on YouTube & listen to the playlist - F&S Rotations on Apple Music and Spotify, updated weekly.Use our Go Money referral code - https://gomoney.onelink.me/GvIj/FnSSend fan mail & enquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow us on Twitter & Instagram
On this week's episode, Simi and Feyikemi discuss Rema's concert at the O2, the alleged death of Oladips and the Cassie & Diddy case. They also put you on to their favourite shows & songs.Make sure you watch the episode on YouTube & listen to the playlist - F&S Rotations on Apple Music and Spotify, updated weekly.Use our Go Money referral code - https://gomoney.onelink.me/GvIj/FnSSend fan mail & enquiries to: email@example.comFollow us on Twitter & Instagram
The tongue is the most common airway obstruction in an unconscious patient. For patients with a decreased level of consciousness that can't control their airway, yet have an intact gag reflex, the nasopharyngeal airway (NPA) should be used as an alternative to the oropharyngeal airway (OPA).Examples of when a NPA should be considered. Contraindications and considerations for nasal airway insertion. Measuring a nasal airway for appropriate length and diameter. Insertion of a nasopharyngeal airway. Patients with a NPA in place can receive supplemental O2, be ventilated with a BVM, have ETCO2 monitored, and have their upper airway suctioned as needed. Connect with me:Website: https://passacls.com@PassACLS on Twitter@Pass-ACLS-Podcast on LinkedInGive back & support the show:via PayPal Good luck with your ACLS class!
MEN'S INDIVIDUAL CHAMPION | GRAHAM BLANKS – Harvard's Graham Blanks made history as the first-ever man from the Ivy League to win the men's cross country individual title. He raced patiently before starting to make his move with a kilometer remaining in the race and was able to pull away from New Mexico's Habtom Samuel (a 17th place finisher at the World Athletics Cross Country Championships). Blanks covered the 10K course in 28:37.7 to win by three seconds. – Blanks completed a perfect 5–0 season that included wins at the Battle in Beantown, Nuttycombe Invitational, Ivy League Championships and the NCAA Division I Northeast Region Cross Country Championships before Saturday's victory. SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
MEN'S TEAM CHAMPIONS | OKLAHOMA STATE – One year after losing on a tiebreaker on their home course, Oklahoma State left nothing to doubt and downed the defending champion Northern Arizona 49–71. – The Cowboys put five runners in the top 15. – Freshman Denis Kipngetich was the top OSU runner in fourth place overall in 28:59.7 for the 10K course. Fellow freshman Brian Musau was not far behind with an eighth place finish in 29:11.0. Fouad Messaoudi was 10th in 29:13.3. Victor Shitsama took 12th at 29:16.1. Alex Maier was 15th in 29:20.2. – This is Oklahoma State's first men's team title since 2012. SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
WOMEN'S INDIVIDUAL CHAMPION | PARKER VALBY – After finishing second at the 2022 NCAA Cross Country Championships, Parker Valby dominated this year's race to win in 18:55.2 for the 6K course. She won by 10.6 seconds. – Valby completed an undefeated season that included four victories at the Nuttycombe Invitational, SEC Cross Country Championships and the NCAA South Regional before Saturday's victory. – She is the first runner from the Florida Gators to win an NCAA Cross Country title. SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
WOMEN'S TEAM CHAMPIONS | NC STATE THREEPEAT! – The NC State women won their third consecutive team title with a narrow one-point victory victory Northern Arizona, which marked the closest team finish in NCAA Cross Country Championship history for the women's side. – NC State is the first school to win back-to-back-to-back NCAA team titles since Stanford won from 2005 to 2007. – The Wolfpack was led by 2022 NCAA champion Katelyn Tuohy, who was dealing with a slight sickness and still managed to finish fifth overall in 19:23.0. Amaris Tyynismaa (25th in 19:55.3) and Sam Bush (28th in 20:00.7) also earned All-American honors. – The Wolfpack had big performances by Leah Stephens (43rd in 20:08.2) and Grace Hartman (20:24.4) as the team was without Kelsey Chmiel, who was third at last year's championships. SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
Can NAU Keep The Dynasty Going? Can Oklahoma State Get Redemption? "Flashback to 2022: there was chaos at the finish line of the OSU Cross Country Course in Stillwater, Oklahoma, as officials tried to sort out the final score of the meet. The frequently-changing unofficial results made their way to the runners, and for just a moment, Oklahoma State thought they had won. It seemed that they used their home course advantage to upset the Northern Arizona dynasty, it was a storybook ending. But joy quickly turned to heartbreak as both teams ended up with a final score of 83 points – the first tie in NCAA Championship history – and the recently changed tiebreaker rules awarded the title to the Lumberjacks. There was plenty of debate following the race about whether the tiebreaker rules were fair, but no amount of arguing was going to change the result. Barely missing a prime opportunity on their home course and losing two of their top five runners as NAU improved meant that the Cowboys may have missed their best chance in recent years… or so we thought." Read more in our preview here: https://citiusmag.com/articles/2023-ncaa-cross-country-championships-preview SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
NCAA Cross Country Championships Women's Team Preview: Will NAU Break Up The NC State Three-peat? "It was only a matter of time before the Northern Arizona University women caught up to their male counterparts. With the same team resources as the men, a beneficial training environment, and one of the best coaches in the country, there was no reason why top female talent wouldn't flock to Flagstaff. Now, as the Lady Jacks sit atop the national coaches' poll headed into the big dance in Charlottesville, the question worth asking is if they are a bigger favorite than their dynastic men's squad. Reigning champion Katelyn Tuohy is expected to add, at most, 2 points to the team score, but she'll be relying on her teammates to outplace the competition as well. That starts with the Scottie Pippen to Tuohy's Michael Jordan, fifth-year senior Kelsey Chmiel (3rd at 2022 NCAAs). Chmiel has been the most consistent member of the Wolfpack supporting cast in what has been a bit of a rocky season by NC State's sky-high standards. This will be her fifth appearance at the NCAA Cross Country Championships, and she has managed to improve her result at each and every one (22nd in 2019, 9th in 2020*, 6th in 2021, and 3rd in 2022). Behind their top two, NC State has a number of important question marks that could make or break the team's attempted threepeat. Expectations were high for the Wolfpack when they added Alabama transfer Amaris Tyynismaa (9th at 2022 NCAAs) ahead of the track season last year; however, the reigning ACC 5000m champion on the track has struggled with injury this fall and hasn't finished either of the two races she has started. Two-time All-American Samantha Bush (15th at 2022 NCAAs) seems to be rounding into form with her sixth place finish at the Southeast Regional meet, but she opened the season with a seventh place finish on her own team, followed by a DNF at Nuttycombe. NC State may have to rely on their talented crop of young runners to cover the gaps. Keep an eye out for redshirt freshman Grace Hartman (8th at 2023 Southeast Regional), who edged out standout true freshman Leah Stephens, the Wolfpack's third runner at both ACC Championships and Nuttycombe." Read our preview here: https://citiusmag.com/articles/2023-ncaa-cross-country-championships-preview SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
Katelyn Tuohy vs Parker Valby: Part III "Stop me if this sounds familiar. Florida's Parker Valby (2nd at 2022 NCAAs) is running eye-popping times that make her look untouchable, while Katelyn Tuohy is racking up big wins by leaving competitors in the dust over the final mile, setting up a head-to-head matchup with the hype of a heavyweight title fight. It feels like deja vu, when both runners were co-favorites headed into 2022 NCAAs. We all know how that turned out, with Valby going out hard on a grueling course and Tuohy hunting her down to run away with a convincing win. This year though, there is one key difference: unlike 2022, Tuohy and Valby have a head-to-head matchup on their cards already headed into the championships. At the Nuttycombe Invitational five weeks ago, Valby set a course record in brutal conditions, running away from the NC State star over the second half of the race. It was a shock to see Tuohy – who went undefeated last season – get outclassed and an incredible sign for Valby believers to see her speed translate over the hills that hurt her last November. Tuohy has cruised to impressive wins in her two races since the defeat, and should still be considered a slight favorite until someone takes the trophy from her hands, but it's clear Valby is on a different level than she was last year, and it might just be enough to give the University of Florida its first individual cross country champion." Read our full preview here: https://citiusmag.com/articles/2023-ncaa-cross-country-championships-preview SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
A Wide Open Race At The Top "Nico Young feels due for an individual title on the grass. From his fourth place finish as a freshman, to falling just short over the final stretch last year, Young has never had a bad performance at NCAAs – his lowest career finish is 11th. A breakthrough in his senior year would be reminiscent of Adam Goucher's legendary 1998 win, some great company for Young to join. Young's only two losses this season have come to arguably his biggest rivals heading into this weekend. Just last week he was edged by New Mexico's Habtom Samuel at the Mountain Regional. Samuel is a newcomer to the NCAA scene this fall but is a two-time World U20 Medalist, placed 17th at the 2023 World Athletics Cross Country Championships – the senior race! – for his native Eritrea, and boasts a 27:20.08 10,000m PB. He's also won three of the four races he has run this season as a Lobo. At the biggest regular-season meet of the year, the Nuttycombe Invitational, they finished in the two spots behind Harvard's Graham Blanks. While Blanks (6th at NCAAs in 2022) was considered a surprise champ on the day, winning is all he has done this year. Blanks has started four races this season and crossed the finish first in each and every time. The big caveat to Blanks's win at Wisco was that it came in incredibly muddy and rainy conditions that will look nothing like the weather in Charlottesville on Saturday. It is worth wondering if the fair weather in the forecast favors one of the contenders with quicker track PBs more. Another big regular-season winner was Nico Young's teammate Drew Bosley, who started the year strong with wins at NAU's home opener and the Virginia Invitational, but didn't run the Lumberjack's conference meet and was the third finisher on his own team in their regional race. There is certainly concern there but Bosley should not be counted out as you only have to look to a year ago where he stayed with Young until the closing stages of the race. Lastly, it would be impossible to move on without mentioning last year's 5000m/10,000m champion on the track, Stanford's Ky Robinson. Although Robinson (10th last year at NCAAs) doesn't have a signature win over a national field on the grass this year, the 2022 Nuttycombe champion has put together a solid campaign. The Cardinal crew hasn't made much noise in the team conversation this year, but they'll be looking to cap the season with back-to-back individual champions. Read our full preview here: https://citiusmag.com/articles/2023-ncaa-cross-country-championships-preview SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
Country queen LeAnn Rimes spills the beans on her One Night Only show at London's O2 and super singer-songwriter Passenger tells us about the 10th anniversary edition of his album, All The Little Lights.Join Chris, Vassos, Rachel, Sinead and the team every weekday for the greatest guests, the day's dealings, and laughs with the listeners, on Virgin Radio. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
By 2 p.m. ET on Saturday, we should have a good idea of who will be the schools competing at the 2023 NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships in Charlottesville, Virginia on Nov. 18. This weekend, nine regional championships will be held on Friday, Nov. 10. Women will race a 6K and men will race a 10K. CITIUS MAG's cross-country guru Isaac Wood joins the show to preview all of the action and share his predictions on which teams will make it to The Big Dance. How do teams qualify for the NCAA Cross Country Championships? – The top two teams in each regional secure automatic bids for the NCAA Championships. That makes 18 men's and women's teams will know by the final results. – The top four individual finishers who do not attend a school that advances to the NCAA Championships via an auto-bid or an at-large big, will get to compete individually. They have to finish within the top 25 of their respective region. – If a team finishes outside of the top three, 13 at-large teams are determined by the NCAA Division I Cross Country Subcommittee via the Kolas Calculator, which takes into account “points” via wins from the regular season over the teams that auto-qualified. – You may read or hear about references to a “push.” That means, a team that finishes in a good position at the NCAA Regional Championships but doesn't have enough points for an at-large bid, can get in if the team that finishes behind them has enough points to be the next at-large team to qualify. SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
British horticulture is at a crisis point, with millions of pounds worth of crops rotting in the ground every year. Matt asks how our politicians can help the industry flourish and speaks to some green-fingered politicos.Plus: Columnists Libby Purves and Rachel Sylvester look at what's in and what's out of the King's Speech, why more kids than ever are missing from school, and James Marriott talks about his strange evening watching philosopher Jordan Peterson speak at the O2 in London. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Join Dan in this episode as he talks to Anna Jasper, a single mum sharing her journey within the throes of addiction, broken family, single parenting, the loss of a loved one and the realisation of the strength it's taken to get this far. Discussing the universal problem of addiction, the effects it can cause to the children of addicted parents and changing the narrative, to ensure people know that 'it's normal to not be normal' and that the most important thing we can do in life is TALK. Anna opens up about her (almost) 8 years sober; how she still battled with depression and suicide, but managed to maintain her sobriety at the lowest point in her life. She shares how seeking help has saved her and that she recognised the effect of her behaviours on her young son, before seeking therapy to help them both. Anna shares insight into the life of a 24 hour drinker, parenting whilst having an addiction and coming to terms with the extreme lows whilst being sober. ABOUT THE HOSTS Daniel O'Reilly Daniel O'Reilly is one of the UK's Largest Influencers, a comedian, actor, musician, viral video star and social influencer. With a portfolio of businesses Daniel enjoys a busy lifestyle mixed with business and pleasure. Daniel is a father to two beautiful girls and enjoys spending quality time with them and his wife Shelley. With 2022 being a busy year, Daniel sold out his O2 stand-up show, released his British movie 'The Last Heist' and is currently preparing for the upcoming release of his other film 'Miss The Kiss'. Daniel is a creative through and through, with a passion to strive in everything he does. Daniel is looking forward to the release of his podcast 'Menace 2 Sobriety' in 2023, his long-term position on GB News, Headliners, and the growing slate of films in the works with his production company, HYPRR. Sobriety Podcast #wedorecover # recoveroutloud #addicitonrecovery #addiction #recoverytok #sobriety #sober #sobertiktok #sobertok #soberlife #sobercurious #soberliving: https://www.instagram.com/dappersinstagram/This show was brought to you by Progressive Media
You are working a beautiful sunny day in Pennsylvania when the next chart gets put in your rack. It is a 2 year-old male with a leg injury. Initial Vitals: HR: 112 BP: 97/67 Temp: 99.2F RR: 20 O2: 97% Room Air Critical Actions:
“I make 800 meters. 800 meters does not make me. You must go back to the statistics. You will understand. If you look at my stats, you'll understand what I mean. So for me, I have no unfinished business in the 800 meters because I have done what I was supposed to do.” Caster Semenya is a two-time Olympic champion and three-time world champion in the 800 meters. She just released her book, The Race To Be Myself, where she opened up for the first time about the personal and professional effects of taking hormone-suppressing medication for six years following her win at the 2009 World Championships at 18 years old. Semenya is considered a female athlete with differences in sexual development (DSD) due to her hyperandrogenism, which leads to higher-than-usual levels of natural testosterone in her body. For the past few years, World Athletics has required DSD athletes to medically reduce their testosterone levels in order to compete in events from 400 meters to the mile. As a result, Semenya has not raced her signature event since 2019. Instead, a lot of her time in the past few years has been focused in the courtroom as she's taken on several legal battles against World Athletics to have the regulations overturned. Europe's top human rights court ruled in Semenya's favor that her appeal to a Swiss Federal Tribunal following the dismissal of her case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport was not properly heard. She's awaiting a verdict from the European Court of Human Rights. World Athletics issued a statement to Reuters this week saying that the governing body has only ever been interested in protecting the female category. The book includes a gripping account of how she went to a hospital in South Africa expecting to undergo an anti-doping test only to realize later she was undergoing a gender verification test. Another test followed in Berlin before the World Championship final and then a media storm blew up when she learned about her condition along with the rest of the world when the results of the test were leaked. The book also includes some interesting and insightful recaps of her races at the London Olympics and the world championships that followed. I fully understand this is a hotly debated topic within the sport. This isn't going to be a debate but rather hearing more of Caster's story now that she's finally opened up about it and why her focus now shifts to fighting for others. Host: Chris Chavez | @chris_j_chavez on Instagram Guest: Caster Semenya | @castersemenya800m on Instagram SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
Get ready for an electrifying podcast episode that takes you on a thrilling ride through the worlds of music, theatre, and sporting passion. In this jam-packed show, we've got something for everyone, from iconic pop legends to football drama and theatrical brilliance. First up, a showbiz classic is reborn as Nicole Scherzinger takes the stage as the immortal Norma Desmond in Andrew Lloyd Webber's legendary Sunset Boulevard. Directed by the visionary Jamie Lloyd, this musical takes us on a journey filled with atmosphere, iconic songs like 'With One Look,' 'The Perfect Year,' and 'As If We Never Said Goodbye,' and a compelling narrative that examines the intoxicating allure of fame and ambition. With Rachel Tuckermaking guest appearances as Norma Desmond, it's a theatrical experience that promises to be a highlight in the West End. We immerse you in the unforgettable atmosphere of the Madonna The Celebration Tour. The legendary Madonnatook the stage at the O2, treating her fans to an incredible performance featuring hits from her illustrious 40-year career. It was a night to remember as the Queen of Pop proved yet again why she's a global sensation. The entertainment journey doesn't stop there. It's time to delve into the world of football and the intriguing question: 'Why can't England's men win at their own game?' With the worst track record for penalties in the world, England's football team has had its fair share of heartache. In this thrilling new play by James Graham, we follow the journey of Gareth Southgate, portrayed with pitch-perfect precision by Joseph Fiennes in the National Theatre's transfer ofDear England. As the team's manager, he knows it's time to confront the years of hurt and lead his players to victory. Directed by Rupert Goold, this gripping production explores not only the nation's passion for football but the game itself, resulting in a new stage epic that's a must-see. Lastly, step inside the legacy of the King of Rock 'n' Roll, Elvis Presley, with Direct from Graceland: Elvis. This kaleidoscopic retrospective showcases over 400 largely unreleased artefacts that trace Elvis's journey from humble beginnings to meteoric fame. The limited-season event at Arches London Bridge provides a unique opportunity to explore the life of an entertainment icon. In this podcast episode, we've covered the diversity of entertainment, from the pulsating energy of a Madonnaconcert to the football drama on the pitch, and from the captivating theatre with Nicole Scherzinger to the extraordinary journey through Elvis Presley's life. Enjoy this episode that's bursting with culture, legends, and unforgettable moments.
The Big Mates discuss the O2, boybands, reality television, and catch-up with Billie Eilish.Adam, Steve, and Lucas jump back into the career of Billie Eilish to find out what she's been up to since they finished Season 3, Should Eilishen?They discuss songs written for a Pixar film, the 2 track EP Guitar Songs, her contribution to the soundtrack for Barbie, and also touch on her Happier Than Ever World Tour, TikTok virality, and get to say the word 'blosh' again! What has Billie been up to? What was Lucas made for? Are Steve and Adam 13 year-old girls from Canada? Find out on this episode of What Is Music?Our next episode is out next Monday, November 6th, and will see us begin a brand new season!Join the conversation on:Twitter: https://twitter.com/whatismusicpodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/whatismusicpodE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgGet access to more shows, exclusive bonus content, ad-free episodes of this show, and more music discussion by subscribing to our Patreon!Head to patreon.com/whatismusicpod and receive up to two new episodes of our various shows every week (including shows about Manic Street Preachers and monthly themed playlists!), ad-free archives of What Is Music?, and access to our Patron-only Discord server for even more music (and non-music) discussion!Support our show when starting your own podcast!By signing up to Buzzsprout with this link: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=780379Check out our merch!https://whatismusicpod.redbubble.comDonate to our podcast!https://ko-fi.com/whatismusichttp://whatismusic.buzzsprout.com/Support the show
Join Dan in this episode as he talks to Patrick Fox, a life coach who helps men rethink their relationship with alcohol. They dive into the common misconceptions about drinking, how our minds can trick us into desiring alcohol, and tools to change our thinking and break free from dependency. Patrick shares his own journey to sobriety after one wild December made him realise he needed to stop. He provides insight into dealing with social pressures, overcoming triggers, and cultivating self-belief. KEY TAKEAWAYS Our brains can become dependent on alcohol by associating it with dopamine rewards from evolution. We then crave it despite the downsides. Write down your reasons for drinking and quitting to expose unhelpful beliefs and create a plan. Focus on what you gain rather than lose from sobriety - freedom, presence, improved relationships. Create "sober firsts" - activities/events tackled without alcohol - to build confidence and new neural pathways. Don't assume others are judging you for not drinking. Often, we project our own insecurities. Patience, planning and practice are key to overcoming urges and sticking to sobriety long-term. Talk to yourself during triggers: "It's just a thought, it will pass." Don't let it dictate your actions. Build willpower by doing hard things like cold plunges. It strengthens your ability to resist temptation. BEST MOMENTS "I woke up, I feel absolutely terrible, I'm just so sick of this stuff, man. I'm absolutely done with it." "Tomorrow has not happened. Like, you know, why not go create something different for yourself?" "People don't really care about you. Like they might say something, but they're not going to go home and be thinking about you all night." "Every time you're not drinking, like that's the unlearning process taking place." "Just because the thought and the feeling is there, it doesn't have to be acted on. It's not real." VALUABLE RESOURCES @thealcoholrethinkproject www.patrickjfox.com CONTACT METHOD Instagram Facebook Twitter ABOUT THE HOSTS Daniel O'Reilly Daniel O'Reilly is one of the UK's Largest Influencers, a comedian, actor, musician, viral video star and social influencer. With a portfolio of businesses Daniel enjoys a busy lifestyle mixed with business and pleasure. Daniel is a father to two beautiful girls and enjoys spending quality time with them and his wife Shelley. With 2022 being a busy year, Daniel sold out his O2 stand-up show, released his British movie 'The Last Heist' and is currently preparing for the upcoming release of his other film 'Miss The Kiss'. Daniel is a creative through and through, with a passion to strive in everything he does. Daniel is looking forward to the release of his podcast 'Menace 2 Sobriety' in 2023, his long-term position on GB News, Headliners, and the growing slate of films in the works with his production company, HYPRR. Sobriety Podcast #wedorecover # recoveroutloud #addicitonrecovery #addiction #recoverytok #sobriety #sober #sobertiktok #sobertok #soberlife #sobercurious #soberliving: https://www.instagram.com/dappersinstagram/This show was brought to you by Progressive Media
"Everyone's so different... For me, it's just getting B+ training in and hopefully getting A+ results because I'm not burning out. I can be consistent and get brilliant training blocks in throughout the year without burnout or anything. And I think that's got me to this point. It's nothing crazy, it's nothing fancy, it's just simplicity. You think in your head for the longest time that you need to be doing ‘this, this, and this'. And actually, it's just taking a step back like, and enjoying running for what it is… Take away the goals, take away the times. Just enjoy running for the simplicity of it and the results will hopefully show.” Calli Thackery just ran the second-fastest marathon by a British woman in her marathon debut at the McKirdy Micro Marathon in New York. She crossed the finish line in 2 hours, 22 min and 11 seconds. Only Paula Radcliffe is ahead of her on the all-time list. She's also now No. 3 on the all-time European list behind Radcliffe and Sifan Hassan. With this performance, Calli puts herself in a strong position as a contender for British Athletics' Olympic marathon selection but there are still about eight months to go until things are set in stone. This has been a breakout fall for her since she won The Big Half in London in September and then took seventh at the World Road Running Championships in Latvia earlier this month. In this episode, you'll hear why she decided to bet on herself by pursuing professional running after working a full-time job, why working with her coach and fiancé Nick Hauger has worked so well and her hopes for the Olympic year ahead. She'll also share some stories about growing up in a running family since her father Carl was a professional runner for Nike and Team GB and medaled at the 1993 World Half Marathon Championships. Host: Chris Chavez | @chris_j_chavez on Instagram Guest: Calli Thackery | @callirianne on Instagram SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
Hypoxia is a state of low oxygen levels in the blood. Determining hypoxia using a pulse oximeter or arterial blood gasses (ABGs). A goal of ACLS is to recognize signs of hypoxia and provide timely treatment to prevent an arrest. Examples of some things that might lead us to think of hypoxia as a cause of cardiac arrest. Why we should not rely on pulse ox to give accurate readings during CPR. Delivering ventilations with near 100% oxygen concentration using a BVM attached to supplemental O2 and a reservoir. Using end tidal waveform capnography to assess the quality of CPR. Changes to ventilation rates, tidal volume, and O2 concentration affects a patient's oxygen, carbon dioxide, and pH. The danger of excessive ventilation of a patient in cardiac arrest.**American Cancer Society (ACS) Fundraiser This is the fifth year that I'm participating in Men Wear Pink to increase breast cancer awareness and raise money for the American Cancer Society's life-saving mission.I hope you'll consider contributing.Every donation makes a difference in the fight against breast cancer! Paul Taylor's ACS FundraiserTHANK YOU! Connect with me:Website: https://passacls.com@PassACLS on Twitter@Pass-ACLS-Podcast on LinkedInGive back & support the show:via PayPal Good luck with your ACLS class!
The Big Mates discuss queues to nowhere, calamari, tickets prices, and go to see Muse live at the O2.Adam, Steve, and Lucas travel to London in order to experience a live show by Muse at the O2 arena. They discuss their expectations, Muse's live prowess, and both their initial and considered reactions to the performance. What do they play? Can Lucas put up with standing? Can Adam put up with Muse? Find out on this episode of What Is Music?Our next episode is out next Monday October 30th, and will see us providing a round up of Billie Eilish songs we've missed over the last few months!Join the conversation on:Twitter: https://twitter.com/whatismusicpodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/whatismusicpodE-mail: email@example.comGet access to more shows, exclusive bonus content, ad-free episodes of this show, and more music discussion by subscribing to our Patreon!Head to patreon.com/whatismusicpod and receive up to two new episodes of our various shows every week (including shows about Manic Street Preachers and monthly themed playlists!), ad-free archives of What Is Music?, and access to our Patron-only Discord server for even more music (and non-music) discussion!Support our show when starting your own podcast!By signing up to Buzzsprout with this link: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=780379Check out our merch!https://whatismusicpod.redbubble.comDonate to our podcast!https://ko-fi.com/whatismusichttp://whatismusic.buzzsprout.com/Support the show
"There have been seasons and periods of my NCAA journey where it hasn't felt fun. To me then it's like, Why are you doing it? Otherwise, it's just painful… The fun part is warming up with my teammates and chatting on the cool down about whatever drama happened with their friends that day. This year at camp when we sat down as a women's team to think through what we want out of this season, that was a big part of our conversation. We want to be successful, absolutely. That's a top priority here. But how we go about doing that is up to us." 2023 NCAA 1500m champion Maia Ramsden, a junior at Harvard, just signed a NIL deal with On. In this episode, you'll get to hear a bit more of her story as she's lived in so many awesome places including New York. New Zealand (which she represents internationally), Fiji, the Solomon Islands, Ethiopia and now Cambridge. She had an amazing season that included a personal best of 4:08 to win the NCAA title in Austin. She's also having a really great cross country season that included a sixth-place finish at the Nuttycomb Invitational in Wisconsin, which is considered one of the deepest races of the year. She'll be one to watch at the upcoming Ivy League Championships, NCAA Regional Championships and the NCAA Championships in Charlottesville next month. This was a super fun episode and I'm sure you'll be rooting for Maia and the Harvard ladies in the coming weeks. Host: Chris Chavez | @chris_j_chavez on Instagram Guest: Maia Ramsden | @maia.ramsden on Instagram SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
Ron starts this episode with the story of an 07 Ford where everything was wrong, but turned out right : takes a call on a 14 RAM that is giving a 4 wheel drive code, but the 4WD seems to be working OK and the caller is looking to see what the code means : takes a call on a 09 Camry that had a check engine light, the Toyota dealer said to replace the gas cap, light came back on – and she is looking for Ron's advice : answers an email on a 2000 Accord where the exhaust system was replaced and now has O2 sensors : takes a call on an 01 Cherokee Sport with heating problems : answers an email on an 18 Ford with transmission problems. Visit us at https://www.cardoctorshow.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dan is joined by Howa, a brave woman who shares her harrowing life story involving childhood sexual abuse, mental health struggles, and a battle with addiction spanning over 20 years. Despite multiple suicide attempts and ongoing relapses, Howa remains determined to beat her demons through creative outlets like writing poetry and pursuing a degree in forensic psychology. This raw, emotional episode provides insight into addiction's roots and the failings of the mental health system, while offering hope to those fighting similar battles that recovery is possible if they stay vocal and keep fighting. KEY TAKEAWAYS Childhood trauma like abuse can lead to escapism through addiction later in life. Speaking out early is key. The link between addiction and mental health issues is strong but not well addressed by the current system. Relapse is part of recovery - staying determined and vocal is vital. There is hope. Creativity like writing is an outlet that helps process and share your pain. Educating kids on addiction early could help them avoid future substance abuse. Building a support network and routine helps manage addiction and mental health. Rehab is inaccessible for many - more community services are needed. Past suffering makes you want to stop others from going through the same pain. BEST MOMENTS "I picked up my first drink at 13. I've literally never been a sophisticated drinker, I fucking hate the taste of drink." "I can remember one instance with my ex-partner, he overdosed on tramadol in my arms. He went into a coma for 10 days." "I feel like I'm trapped and here come the suicide thoughts, because through all of the madness you thought I would have self-taught." "When I make it to 40, it's very hard to see, addiction is ugly and spreads like a disease." "Oh, wow. Wow. Powerful stuff, man. You are, man. You are a, you're a woman of my own heart." "Past suffering makes you want to stop others going through the same pain." VALUABLE RESOURCES https://www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk CONTACT METHOD Instagram Facebook Twitter ABOUT THE HOSTS Daniel O'Reilly Daniel O'Reilly is one of the UK's Largest Influencers, a comedian, actor, musician, viral video star and social influencer. With a portfolio of businesses Daniel enjoys a busy lifestyle mixed with business and pleasure. Daniel is a father to two beautiful girls and enjoys spending quality time with them and his wife Shelley. With 2022 being a busy year, Daniel sold out his O2 stand-up show, released his British movie 'The Last Heist' and is currently preparing for the upcoming release of his other film 'Miss The Kiss'. Daniel is a creative through and through, with a passion to strive in everything he does. Daniel is looking forward to the release of his podcast 'Menace 2 Sobriety' in 2023, his long-term position on GB News, Headliners, and the growing slate of films in the works with his production company, HYPRR. Sobriety Podcast #wedorecover # recoveroutloud #addicitonrecovery #addiction #recoverytok #sobriety #sober #sobertiktok #sobertok #soberlife #sobercurious #soberliving: https://www.instagram.com/dappersinstagram/This show was brought to you by Progressive Media
“After Berlin, I came home thinking I have a chance to make this team. I'm a stats guy, I'm a realist, it's not this astronomically high chance — but I have a chance again… I have some of the best training partners in the nation and I have the pieces I think that I need now. So it's a fun opportunity.” My guest for today's episode is 2016 U.S. Olympian Jared Ward, who just ran 2:11:44 at the Berlin Marathon. It's been a while since Jared joined us on the show but he's back to recap that race and how he somehow ended up in a tight battle with Ethiopia's Tigist Assefa, who ended up breaking the women's world record in 2:11:53. He also shares some of his thoughts on training partners Conner Mantz and Clayton Young's big performances in Chicago. Plus, Ward gives us an update regarding some discussion about the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials. Last week, several of the top U.S. marathoners met with USATF CEO Max Siegel and other members of USATF's team to discuss the noon start time for the 2024 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials in Orlando. A letter was sent to the national office on Sept. 15 and was signed by 84 athletes. Jared was among the athletes spearheading the conversation to voice concern over the midday heat in Orlando. You can read the full letter here: https://citiusmag.com/articles/us-olympic-trials-marathoners-max-siegel-trials-start-time Host: Chris Chavez | @chris_j_chavez on Instagram Guest: Jared Ward | @jwardy21 on Instagram SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
"I think at this point, it's the NAU show up front for both the men and the women.” The biggest NCAA regular season weekend took place in Madison and Charlottesville this weekend with the Nuttycombe Invitational hosted by the University of Wisconsin and the 2023 Pre Nationals hosted by the University of Virginia. We discussed the biggest winners and underperformers from the weekend with CITIUS MAG's cross country guru Isaac Wood. Hosts: Chris Chavez | @chris_j_chavez on Instagram Guest: Isaac Wood | @isaacew on Instagram SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
What up Flamingo fanatics? On today's edition of the Deep Dive, we have a return guest who blew some minds the last time he was on. I'll leave you in suspense as to who it is, but I'll say this, you'll need an extra O2 tank for this episode! Enjoy!https://gab.com/DonnieFlamingo
The queen of pop returned to London's O2 this weekend for her Celebration Tour, performing more than 40 songs from her four-decade career. During her opening performance on Saturday, 65-year-old Madonna thanked her children for supporting her while she was ill earlier this year with a 'serious bacterial infection' which saw her admitted to intensive care for several days and forced her to postpone the tour. Some of her children then joined her on stage. Emma Barnett speaks to two women who were there - Sabrina Barr from Metro online and Helen Brown, Chief Album Critic for The Independent. Exit polls from yesterday's general election in Poland suggest the governing right-wing Law and Justice Party has lost its majority in parliament. Three opposition groups are predicted to get enough seats to form a government if they can agree a coalition. The biggest of the three is the Civic Coalition, led by the former head of the European Council, Donald Tusk - who has already claimed victory. Women have played an important role in these elections with the issue of abortion taking centre stage since a near total ban was announced by the government in 2021, sparking protests across the country. The BBC's Eastern Europe Correspondent, Sarah Rainsford, is in Warsaw and joins Emma. Diana Parkes, Joanna Simpson's mother, has campaigned for months to stop the man who killed her daughter, Robert Brown, being allowed out of prison. Halfway through his 26-year sentence for her manslaughter, he was due for automatic release from prison next month. However, it has been announced that the Justice Secretary has blocked this and referred the case to the Parole Board. Diana joins Emma to share her response to the decision. As climate ministers meet in Luxembourg today ahead of the COP28 summit next month in the United Arab Emirates, an exhibition looking at the relationship between women and ecology around the world is running at the Barbican in London. Emma talks to Alona Pardo, the lead curator of RE/SISTERS: A Lens on Gender and Ecology. Do you have an unconventional living arrangement with your partner? Last week we spoke to Caroline and Niel, who remained in the same house after they split up but now Caroline's new partner is living with her ex. It got very complicated! We wanted to see how many of you are in similar situations, and how that has worked. Listener Amy got in touch to say she has been together with her partner Richie for 19 years but they have never lived together, even after they got married. She joins Emma in studio.
We are set for one of the biggest NCAA cross-country weekends before championship season approaches. The top teams in the country are split between Charlottesville, Virginia for the XC23 Pre-Nationals and Madison, Wisconsin for the Nuttycombe Invitational. CITIUS MAG's cross country guru Isaac Wood joined the podcast on Thursday to preview all of this weekend's action. How to watch: The Nuttycomb Invitational will be held at the Thomas Zimmer Championship Cross Country Course on Friday, Oct. 13, 2023. The women's championship 6K race will be at noon ET. The men's championship 8K race will be at 12:40 p.m. ET. You can follow the live results here. You can watch the race with a Runnerspace+ subscription ($12.99 monthly or $119.88 annually.) The 2023 Pre-Nationals will be held at Panorama Farms on Saturday, Oct. 14, 2023. The men's championship 8K race will be at 9:40 a.m. ET. The women's championship 6K race will be at 11 a.m. ET. You can follow the live results here. You can watch the race on ACCNX which is available through the ESPN app and at WatchESPN.com. Hosts: Chris Chavez | @chris_j_chavez on Instagram Guest: Isaac Wood | @isaacew on Instagram SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
Dan O'Reilly celebrates an incredible milestone - one year sober! In this raw and emotional episode, Dan reflects on the highs and lows of his journey with producer John. They have an honest heart-to-heart, with Dan opening up about his addictions, sobriety struggles, and the taboos around addiction. John asks thoughtful questions to uncover Dan's authentic thoughts and we learn how Dan has found himself, saved his marriage, and reconnected with his purpose. An inspiring episode proving it's never too late to change, with vital advice for anyone considering sobriety. KEY TAKEAWAYS Sobriety gave Dan serenity - for the first time he can relax and be present with his family. He couldn't stand being alone with his thoughts before. Dan used to think "finding himself" was nonsense, now he realises he was truly lost and sobriety helped him reconnect with his true self. Dan urges people to wake up and admit they have a problem if drinking/drugs are ruining their life. The first step is accepting you're an addict. There's a taboo around sobriety for "lads" - Dan wants men to know it's ok to say drinking doesn't serve you anymore without shame. Dan's advice is: if drink/drugs cause chaos in your life but you continue using, you have a problem and it's insanity to keep going. Sobriety gets better and better - push through the hard early days. Dan hated it at first, now he loves the personal growth. Sharing stories helps sobriety. Dan found support and tools from interviewing people, helping him manage unhealthy thoughts. Dan wants to break taboos so people ask for help sooner, instead of being labelled an "addict" when it's very late. BEST MOMENTS "I'd fucking love to get fucked up. I'd love to sniff a bag of gear. If I'm going to do that, I'm going to get annihilated, right? I'm getting fucked up for one night only." "Just wake up, man. Wake up. You've got a fucking problem. And congratulations, because you're about to start a brand new life and it's fucking amazing." "I can see like the effect that my addictions and how I was has had an effect on the mood of the house and Shelly." "You shouldn't feel that you deserve cocaine or drugs... Cocaine and excess alcohol does nothing but fuck your mental health up, horrifically." "I realised that the taboo with sobriety is like, if you're a lad's lad and your whole existence was around socializing with your friends." "This podcast has inspired me to do this, or like, yeah. I mean, that, that's an amazing thing, like you don't, you don't feel it necessarily because it's almost like digital numbers." CONTACT METHOD Instagram Facebook Twitter ABOUT THE HOSTS Daniel O'Reilly Daniel O'Reilly is one of the UK's Largest Influencers, a comedian, actor, musician, viral video star and social influencer. With a portfolio of businesses Daniel enjoys a busy lifestyle mixed with business and pleasure. Daniel is a father to two beautiful girls and enjoys spending quality time with them and his wife Shelley. With 2022 being a busy year, Daniel sold out his O2 stand-up show, released his British movie 'The Last Heist' and is currently preparing for the upcoming release of his other film 'Miss The Kiss'. Daniel is a creative through and through, with a passion to strive in everything he does. Daniel is looking forward to the release of his podcast 'Menace 2 Sobriety' in 2023, his long-term position on GB News, Headliners, and the growing slate of films in the works with his production company, HYPRR. Menace 2 Sobriety, podcast, actor, comedian, sobriety,sober, story, years sober, consequences, behaviour,alcoholism, drug addiction, denial, insecurity, fear-driven,rock bottom, sober, rehab, suicidal, addict,realization, struggle, addiction, rock bottom, denial,curiosity, hope, denial, gratitude, self-awareness,behaviour, guilt, shame, emotions, gratitude,self esteem, gratitude, sober life, drugs, confidence,sobriety, ego, drinking,Sobriety Podcast #wedorecover # recoveroutloud #addicitonrecovery #addiction #recoverytok #sobriety #sober #sobertiktok #sobertok #soberlife #sobercurious #soberliving: https://www.instagram.com/dappersinstagram/This show was brought to you by Progressive Media
“It's not that I don't want to run faster because I do, but it's just not what motivates me to get out of bed in the morning. I want to be on a podium again at a world major, I want to finish in the top three, I want to fight for a medal someday, or at least give myself a shot. And I want to be on another Olympic team. Those are the things that get me out of bed.” U.S. marathon record holder Emily Sisson is back for her fourth time on the show. She just finished in as the top American and seventh overall at the Chicago Marathon in 2:22:09 despite battling a side stitch for the final eight miles. Unfortunately, the broadcast did not show much of Sisson's race for the second consecutive year. Last year, she broke the American record in 2:18:29 on the course and we had her on the podcast to unpack that race. We're keeping the tradition alive here and breaking down how it all played out for her. Sisson will now enjoy a break and then prepare for the 2024 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials on February 3rd in Orlando, where she will try to make her second Olympic team and her first as a marathoner. She's part of a group of athletes meeting with USA Track and Field to try and adjust the start time so it's not at noon in the potential heat and humidity of Orlando so we discuss that a bit and who she may be watching heading into the race. Host: Chris Chavez | @chris_j_chavez on Instagram Guest: Emily Sisson | @em_sisson_ on Instagram SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
Magdalena Ciocea, travel trade manager for Up at the O2, and Aleš Kosejk, head of business development for Visit Greenwich, talk with Alan Fine of Insider Travel Report about the many things to do in Greenwich, a 600-year-old world heritage site, 15 minutes southeast of central London on the river Thames. Greenwich is the home of the Royal Observatory, responsible for keeping track of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), and Up at the O2, a 90-minute walk up a slow incline until guests are at the top of the outdoor platform with a spectacular view of London. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.UpatTheO2.co.uk and www.visitgreenwich.org.uk. If interested, the original video of this podcast can be found on the Insider Travel Report Youtube channel or by searching for the podcast's title on Youtube.
In 1999's 'The World Is Not Enough' starring Pierce Brosnan as 007, we see a stunning boat chase down the Thames in the opening minutes of the movie. This was the first time we really see London used in a major action piece in a James Bond movie. In this episode, I talk to a number of fellow Bond fans about their favourite moments of this chase, give my own take, and talk about the significant sights.You can watch the chase for yourself on the Official 007 Youtube page:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_iBmG5Y_BUThank you to the contributors, who you can find on Instagram:Donnie over at 'Quantum of History'Daniel Gaster at 'Daniel Gaster' Roland Hulme at 'Roland Hulme'David Zaritsky at 'The Bond Experience'Ken at 'Oceansographer'...and Pete Brooker at 'From Tailors With Love'The first time I took the helm of a Royal Navy ship was actually along much of this route, heading down the Thames from near Tower Bridge, and along past the Millennium Dome (now the O2). Now, when I see the chase, it brings back that very happy (if now distant) memory. I'm looking forward to attending the Q the Music concert on October 15th, and will be meeting up with friends before hand. Let me know if you want to come, all are invited!Message me anytime on Instagram, or e-mail: AlbionNeverDies@gmail.comCheck out my https://www.youtube.com/britishcultureCheck out my Red Bubble shopSubscribe to my newsletter: https://youtube.us9.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=b3afdae99897eebbf8ca022c8&id=5165536616 Support the show
Breathe easy Ohio Buck hunters, the season is finally here! In this episode of THE o2 Podcast, Muntz and Paul sit down with Ol' Iowa buck slayer Dr. Dan (Dallas) Johnson to talk all things early season bow hunting for Whitetails in the Buckeye state. The guys also finish up some business with Dan from the podcast with Tony Petersen. Dan dives into his favorite hunting controveries. Great perspective is shared by all. Enjoy he first “Cool” front rolling through Ohio this upcoming week. Be safe. Wear your harness and tag us in your pictures! ALERT- Welcome a new sponsor to the O2 podcast family. What's the difference between beer nuts and deer nuts? Beer nuts are 49 Cents. Deers nuts are just under a Buck….I'll see myself out. DEER NUTS www.theo2podcast.com GoWild Profile First Lite MidWest Gun Works HalfRack XVision BlackGate Hunting Timber Ninja Instagram: @the.o2.podcast Twitter: @Ohiohunt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The following question refers to Section 7.8 of the 2022 AHA/ACC/HFSA Guideline for the Management of Heart Failure.The question is asked by Stony Brook University Hospital medicine resident and CardioNerds Intern Dr. Chelsea Tweneboah, answered first by Mayo Clinic Cardiology Fellow and CardioNerds Academy Chief Dr. Teodora Donisan, and then by expert faculty Dr. Michelle Kittleson.The Decipher the Guidelines: 2022 AHA / ACC / HFSA Guideline for The Management of Heart Failure series was developed by the CardioNerds and created in collaboration with the American Heart Association and the Heart Failure Society of America. It was created by 30 trainees spanning college through advanced fellowship under the leadership of CardioNerds Cofounders Dr. Amit Goyal and Dr. Dan Ambinder, with mentorship from Dr. Anu Lala, Dr. Robert Mentz, and Dr. Nancy Sweitzer. We thank Dr. Judy Bezanson and Dr. Elliott Antman for tremendous guidance.Enjoy this Circulation 2022 Paths to Discovery article to learn about the CardioNerds story, mission, and values. Question #29 A 69-year-old man was referred to the cardiology clinic after being found to have a reduced left ventricular ejection fraction and left ventricular hypertrophy. For the last several months he has been experiencing progressively worsening fatigue and shortness of breath while getting to the 2nd floor in his house. He has a history of bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome and chronic low back pain. He takes no medications. On exam, his heart rate is 82 bpm, blood pressure is 86/60 mmHg, O2 saturation is 97% breathing ambient air, and BMI is 29 kg/m2. He has a regular rate and rhythm with normal S1 and S2, bibasilar pulmonary rales, and 1+ pitting edema in both legs. EKG shows normal sinus rhythm with a first-degree AV delay and low voltages. Transthoracic echocardiogram shows a moderately depressed LVEF of 35-39%, severe concentric hypertrophy with a left ventricular posterior wall thickness of 1.5 cm and strain imaging showing globally reduced longitudinal strain with apical sparring. There is also biatrial enlargement and a small pericardial effusion. A pharmacologic nuclear stress test did not reveal any perfusion defects. A gammopathy panel including SPEP, UPEP, serum and urine immunofixation studies, and serum free light chains are unrevealing. A 99mTc-Pyrophosphate scan was positive with grade 3 uptake. In addition to starting diuretics, what is the next most appropriate step for managing for this patient? A Start metoprolol succinate B Start sacubitril/valsartan C Perform genetic sequencing of the TTR gene D Perform endomyocardial biopsy Answer #29 Explanation The correct answer is C – perform genetic sequencing of the TTR gene. This patient has findings which raise suspicion for cardiac amyloidosis. There are both cardiac (low voltages on EKG and echocardiogram showing marked LVH with biatrial enlargement and small pericardial effusion as well as a characteristic strain pattern) and extra-cardiac (bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome and low back pain) features to suggest amyloidosis. The diagnosis of cardiac amyloidosis requires a high index of suspicion and most commonly occurs due to a deposition of monoclonal immunoglobulin light chains (AL-CM) or transthyretin (ATTR-CM). ATTR may cause cardiac amyloidosis as either a pathogenic variant (ATTRv) or as a wild-type protein (ATTRwt). Patients for whom there is a clinical suspicion for cardiac amyloidosis should have screening for serum and urine monoclonal light chains with serum and urine immunofixation electrophoresis and serum free light chains (Class 1, LOE B-NR). Immunofixation electrophoresis (IFE) is preferred because serum or urine plasma electrophoresis (SPEP or UPEP) are less sensitive. Together, measurement of serum IFE, urine IFE, and serum FLC is >99% sensitive for AL amyloidosis.
Dan hands the reins over to addiction specialist Elliot Ward in this episode. They delve into the changes in Dan's social circle, his mental resilience strategies like boxing, and how Dan's trust had to be rebuilt with his wife Shelley. Elliot administers an impulsivity test to Dan, scoring him at a sky-high 92! They also discuss why addiction is a form of "escapism," the importance of remembering your worst moments, and how to view compulsion versus repulsion. KEY TAKEAWAYS At 303 days sober, Dan has had to stop spending time with a lot of his older friends, focusing just on his wife Shelley and kids. Dan finds boxing and cold water dips build mental resilience against addiction's "impulsivity." To rebuild broken trust, Dan advises addicts to tell spouses: "I want to help to battle this." It took his wife 6-7 months to begin to trust him again. Remembering your worst moments via photos/videos creates a "repulsion" against the "compulsion" to use again. Dan needs affirmations, like follower comments, to stay motivated, but tries to avoid self-absorption. His life can't only be about him. Group meetings offer accountability and realisation: "I'm not that different" from other addicts. Dan dismisses cruel trolls, focusing instead on helping others, which gives him more satisfaction than when he was a household name on TV. BEST MOMENTS "When you add a fucking massive mortgage and kids into the mix...you will find out very quickly whether you're an addict or not." "I feel like I've got a sense of imposter syndrome...I'm waiting for impending doom." "If once you pop, you can't stop...you've got a problem, whether it's once a year or every day." "Life's good now. Why do I want to escape?...To get rid of your problem, you've got to stop wanting to escape." VALUABLE RESOURCES Jesse Itzler's book Living With a Seal www.hypnosis.expert.com (Elliot Ward's website) CONTACT METHOD Instagram Facebook Twitter ABOUT THE HOSTS Daniel O'Reilly Daniel O'Reilly is one of the UK's Largest Influencers, a comedian, actor, musician, viral video star and social influencer. With a portfolio of businesses Daniel enjoys a busy lifestyle mixed with business and pleasure. Daniel is a father to two beautiful girls and enjoys spending quality time with them and his wife Shelley. With 2022 being a busy year, Daniel sold out his O2 stand-up show, released his British movie 'The Last Heist' and is currently preparing for the upcoming release of his other film 'Miss The Kiss'. Daniel is a creative through and through, with a passion to strive in everything he does. Daniel is looking forward to the release of his podcast 'Menace 2 Sobriety' in 2023, his long-term position on GB News, Headliners, and the growing slate of films in the works with his production company, HYPRR. Kirk Norcross Instagram “My name is Kirk Norcross, I'm 34 years old, I had a pretty good run, a TV career which I can't even remember hardly any of that, drugs consumed my life I always used drugs like an addict but I didn't use them all the time until my fiancé split up with me for no reason and never gave me a reason and I was so upset, hurt and confused. I started using drugs to self-medicate to shut my brain down to stop thinking and then spiral turned and turned and turned until I was like a wrecking ball everywhere I went every penny I had went on drugs, my whole life revolved around drugs I tried recovery a couple of times and kept relapsing then I lost my due to suicide, and it was like something clicked in my head that I need to step up to the plate and be the man that my father wanted me to be, and from then on, I've been so as of today's date I am 583 days sober haven't touched any drugs or alcohol or any other mind-influencing substance since then.” Menace 2 Sobriety, podcast, actor, comedian, sobriety,sober, story, years sober, consequences, behaviour,alcoholism, drug addiction, denial, insecurity, fear-driven,rock bottom, sober, rehab, suicidal, addict,realization, struggle, addiction, rock bottom, denial,curiosity, hope, denial, gratitude, self-awareness,behaviour, guilt, shame, emotions, gratitude,self esteem, gratitude, sober life, drugs, confidence,sobriety, ego, drinking,Sobriety Podcast #wedorecover # recoveroutloud #addicitonrecovery #addiction #recoverytok #sobriety #sober #sobertiktok #sobertok #soberlife #sobercurious #soberliving: https://www.instagram.com/dappersinstagram/This show was brought to you by Progressive Media
Breathe easy Ohio Buck hunters, the season is finally here! In this episode of THE o2 Podcast, Muntz and Paul sit down with Ol' Iowa buck slayer Dr. Dan (Dallas) Johnson to talk all things early season bow hunting for Whitetails in the Buckeye state. The guys also finish up some business with Dan from the podcast with Tony Petersen. Dan dives into his favorite hunting controveries. Great perspective is shared by all. Enjoy he first “Cool” front rolling through Ohio this upcoming week. Be safe. Wear your harness and tag us in your pictures! ALERT- Welcome a new sponsor to the O2 podcast family. What's the difference between beer nuts and deer nuts? Beer nuts are 49 Cents. Deers nuts are just under a Buck….I'll see myself out. DEER NUTSwww.theo2podcast.comGoWild ProfileFirst LiteMidWest Gun WorksHalfRackXVisionBlackGate HuntingTimber NinjaInstagram: @the.o2.podcastTwitter: @Ohiohunt
This week,Chris Hall, Chairman and Co-Founder of Stacuity Ltd. describes thechallenges of being a small startup grappling with geographical bias in the tech industry,and the need to convince others of their credibility in spite of these biases. In this episode you will learn: How they are trying to change the perception of the industry by offering a betterand more efficient network specifically designed for IoT. The importance of storytelling and the power of asserting oneself in aconversation. Chris shared his experience of convincing skeptical, traditional telecom engineers about the significance of embracing the internet, which ultimately led to successful implementation and adoption. 24 Hour Challenge: Chris also challenged the listeners to practice concise communication in their ownpresentations, emails, and conversations - whatever you are composing, try to cut it inhalf! About Chris Hall:Chris has worked in the telecommunications sector since graduating from CambridgeUniversity in 1984. He has held senior roles for British Telecom and O2 in the UK andEurope, before moving to the Isle of Man in 1999 to become CEO of Manx Telecom. In 2000, he led a ground-breaking project to build and launch Europe's first commercial3G mobile network. The 3G showcase generated a huge amount of interest from theindustry, media and customers and generated valuable learning and insight for ManxTelecoms parent company, O2 which was used to shape their 3G rollout plans in the UKand Europe. In 2011 he returned to his entrepreneurial roots. He is an active angel investor with aportfolio of investments in early-stage technology start-ups and is co-founder andchairman at Stacuity Limited, a new venture providing programmable IoT connectivity. He is also a Board member/advisor for companies across various sectors and isChairman of Hospice Isle of Man. You can connect with Chris in the following ways: Web: www.stacuity.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrishallcando/ You can connect with Laura in the following ways: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drlaurasicola LinkedIn Business Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/vocal-impact-productions/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/VocalImpactProductions Facebook: Vocal Impact Productions Twitter: @LauraSicola Instagram: @VocalImpactProductions Website: https://vocalimpactproductions.com/ Laura's Online Course: virtualinfluence.today See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
You are working at Clerkship General when you hear an EMS call: “Clerkship General, we are bringing you a young female in respiratory distress. ETA 2 minutes” Initial Vitals: HR: 123 BP: 142/78 Temp: Unknown RR: 36 O2: 97% (NonRebreather) Critical Actions: