PodMed – Johns Hopkins Medicine Podcasts
By Johns Hopkins Medicine
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||CleanPodMed – Week of May 30, 2016||This week’s topics include metabolic surgery, talking with patients about advanced cancer, sodium in those with kidney disease, and blood pressure in the elderly. Program notes: 0:34 Blood pressure lowering in elderly 1:31 Blood pressure below 120 2:34.||5/26/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanPodMed – Week of May 23, 2016||This week’s topics include tai chi for knee osteoarthritis, silent MIs, improved lung cancer screening, and physicians inquiries about guns. Program notes: 0:41 Guns in the home and physician inquiry 1:44 Individual risk factors 2:44 Would death be avo.||5/20/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanPodMed – Week of May 16, 2016||This week’s topics include symptoms in smokers, long term impact of caring for chronically ill, swaddling and SIDS, and CO2 and colonoscopy. Program notes: 0:49 Carbon dioxide and colonoscopy 1:50 CO2 absorbed much faster 2:50 Modest new equipment 3:38.||5/13/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanPodMed – Week of May 9, 2016||This week’s topics include dementia and depression, complications of implanted defibrillators, the most common emergency surgeries, and treatment of insomnia. Program notes: 0:35 Treatment of insomnia 1:35 Medications only for short term 2:32 Has to be.||5/5/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanPodMed – Week of May 2, 2016||This week’s topics include asthma and under the tongue immunotherapy, reducing C. dif infections, safety of smoking cessation drugs, and antibiotic stewardship. Program notes: 0:39 Safety of smoking cessation medicines 1:40 None increased risk of psych.||4/28/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanPodMed – Week of April 25, 2016||This week’s topics include reducing suicide, CABG plus medicines for some people, risk following TIA, and metformin first for type 2 diabetes. Program notes: 0:32 Look at a multitude of strategies to prevent suicide 1:32 16 different services implement.||4/22/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanPodMed – Week of April 18, 2016||This week’s topics include teenage BMI and cardiovascular mortality, income and death, five star ratings for hospitals, and daily aspirin use. Program notes: 0:38 Hospital ratings and outcomes 1:35 About a fifth received two stars or one star 2:36 Soci.||4/15/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanPodMed – Week of April 11, 2016||This week’s topics include statins for those at intermediate risk for heart disease, fresh fruit consumption in China, atrial fibrillation after cardiac surgery, and screening for COPD Program notes: 0:36 Fresh fruit consumption in China 1:35 Reduction.||4/8/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanPodMed – Week of April 4, 2016||This week’s topics include home care and survival, timing of HRT, Lyme disease and long term antibiotics, and cardiac procedures before surgery. Program notes: 0:34 Lyme disease and long term antibiotics 1:35 Randomized to placebo or one of two antibio.||4/1/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanPodMed – Week of March 28, 2016||This week’s topics include early parental nutrition, meditation for low back pain, use of complementary medicine by seniors, and non-invasive ventilation after abdominal surgery. Program notes: 0:34 Parenteral nutrition for kids 1:34 Early or eight day.||3/24/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
It's too bad...
I used to love this podcast, but now it seems to be a mixture of the regular "PodMed" podcast (which is great), and these little 1-minute "news blurbs" that aren't nearly as good, in part just because they are only 1 minute long. That's a completely different type of podcast… and not what I want to listen to.
So sad its' gone
This podcast was my 'go to' for what was happening in medicine while I was driving to the clinic. But no more...I miss Elizabeth and Rick and their takes on what was happening and what was going to happen in medicine. Bring them back please!!!!
Used to love it
Now my beloved podcast has been replaced with 2-minute clips. It used to be so informative, great review of the current lit (as a resident in a specialized field, I am frequently missing on what is going on in medicine in general) - I listened to it religiously (while in the gym!)