PodMed – Johns Hopkins Medicine Podcasts
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||CleanPodMed – Week of October 30, 2017||This week’s topics include health and wealth, gun show sales and gun injury, management of epilepsy, and outcomes relative to robotic surgery. Program notes: 0:34 Today is last PodMed 1:19 Epilepsy management 2:19 Not a single type of surgery 3:16 Ide||10/27/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodMed – Week of October 20, 2017||This week’s topics include Medicare spending on frail elderly, resorbable stents, men with HPV, and procalcitonin to assess antibiotic need. Program notes: 0:41 Looking at procalcitonin to determine antibiotic use 1:42 Improve or worsen survival 2:40||10/20/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodMed – Week of October 16, 2017||This week’s topics include predicting mortality in those with congestive heart failure, bystander CPR impact, best management of stable COPD, and NOACs and bleeding risk. Program notes: 0:50 NOACs and bleeding risk 1:51 Also taking other medicines inc||10/13/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodMed – Week of October 9, 2017||This week’s topics include how the Zika virus changed, outcomes after surgery and health literacy, e-cigarettes and healthcare costs, and a reaction to tattooing. Program notes: 0:36 Case report of an outcome after a tattoo 1:32 Reaction to the tattoo||10/6/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodMed – Week of October 2, 2017||This week’s topics include aspirin discontinuation risks, HIV in those 50 and older, big data and chronic lung disease, and genetic testing and warfarin use. Program notes: 0:34 Genetic testing and warfarin dosing 1:35 Looked at genetics to determine||9/29/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodMed – Week of September 25, 2017||This week’s topics include physician assisted suicide, preventing infection post-C-section in obese women, 12 year outcomes of bariatric surgery, and death among triathletes. Program notes: 0:46 Triathlon events and death 1:43 Half with previously unk||9/22/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodMed – Week of September 18, 2017||This week’s topics include hospital factors relative to readmission, hormone therapy, lymph node dissection in breast cancer, and the cost of bringing a new drug to market. Program notes: 0:32 Cost of R and D versus profit in new drugs 1:32 Took 7.||9/15/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodMed – Week of September 11, 2017||This week’s topics include a new antibody for asthma, early treatment in COPD, mumps vaccine to curtail an outbreak, and medical exemptions from routine vaccinations. Program notes: 0:38 Avoiding vaccines with medical exemptions 1:38 More people who a||9/7/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodMed – Week of September 4, 2017||This week’s topics include the right medications for a subset of people with heart disease, the PURE study, inflammation and heart disease, and the impact of neighborhoods on cardiovascular disease. Program notes: 0:47 PURE study 1:47 Fats and animal||9/1/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodMed – Week of August 28, 2017||This week’s topics include advance directive impact, approval of high risk medical devices by FDA, maintenance of certification for physicians, and cardiovascular disease impact of a new agent for type 2 diabetes.||8/24/2017||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!)