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Podcast 513: Plague

Author: John Winkler, MD Educational Pearls: The plague (black death) is caused by the Yersinia Pestis bacteria. This bacteria is spread by fleas and carried by rats. It is very contagious and only needs ~ 100 bacteria to cause an infection.  The pulmonary form presents with cough, fever, night sweats, hemoptysis and has a near...

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Podcast 513: Plague

Podcast 512: Abstinence is Bad, mmmkay?

Author: Don Stader, MD Educational Pearls: Abstinence from substances such as tobacco or alcohol are effective strategies to achieve long term sobriety However, abstinence is not an effective strategy for achieving sobriety with opiate use disorder (OUD) Up to 90% of those who use an abstinence-only strategy for OUD will relapse within a month.  Attending...

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Podcast 512: Abstinence is Bad, mmmkay?

Podcast 511: Ebola Treatment 

Author: Rachel Beham, PharmD Educational Pearls: There are currently many Ebola vaccines that are being studied, and one (recombinant VZV-Ebola vaccine) is currently being used in Africa. This vaccine has so far shown good efficacy in reducing Ebola infections and mortality from Ebola in those who do become infected.  There are antibody-based treatments that are...

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Podcast 511: Ebola Treatment 

Podcast # 510: Ebola

Author: John Winkler, MD Educational Pearls: There is a new outbreak of Ebola in The Congo. This is likely due to civil war and rebel attacks on healthcare workers in the area.  Ebola is now spreading from the Congo into neighboring Uganda, but vaccination efforts are staving off the spread across the border  Early symptoms...

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Podcast # 510: Ebola

Podcast 509: Circadian Rhythm and Shift Work, From Z to Z

Contributor: Jared Scott, MD Educational Pearls: Sleep deprivation and disturbed sleep cycles increases the risk of many acute and chronic medical issues such as motor vehicle accidents, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, psychiatric disease,  and shift work sleep disorder (difficulty sleeping, fatigue, interference with daily activities) Stages of sleep  Stage 1: 5-10 minutes (light sleep, may not...

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Podcast 509: Circadian Rhythm and Shift Work, From Z to Z

Podcast 508: Are you with child?

Contributor: Chris Holmes, MD Educational Pearls: In ancient Egypt, pregnant women would urinate over barley and wheat seeds to help determine the sex of thier fetus, as well as if they were pregnant. Amazingly, this has 70% accuracy (!!) for determining pregnancy (not sex). Piss Prophets in the middle ages would examine urine for changes...

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Podcast 508: Are you with child?

Podcast 507: Who gonna crump?

Contributor: Nick Tsipis, MD Educational Pearls: Communication proves time and time again to be most helpful in preventing surprises after patient admission Frequent re-evaluations and repeat vital signs can be important to evaluating a patient’s risk for deterioration once admitted as well as selecting the proper level of care at admission Broad categories of patients...

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Podcast 507: Who gonna crump?

UnfilterED #1: Dr. Michael Hunt

On the first installment of this new series, Dr. Michael Hunt shares stories, lessons and advice as he reflects on his 35 year career as an emergency physician.   Intro Music: Backbay Lounge Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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UnfilterED #1: Dr. Michael Hunt

Podcast 506: Seymour Fracture

Contributor:  Don Stader, MD Educational Pearls: Seymour fracture is an eponym for a Salter-Harris I/II fracture of the distal phalanx of the finger or toe in children, associated with a nailbed injury These may present and subtle as a subungal hematoma with a fracture on x-ray but carry a significant risk of complications While in...

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Podcast 506: Seymour Fracture

Podcast 505: Sleep on Strep Throat 

Contributor: Don Stader, MD Educational Pearls: Only 10% of patients receiving antibiotics for strep throat actually have the diesease Treatment of strep with antibiotics only slightly reduces the duration of illness. Most studies say the reduction is between 16 and 24 hours Antibiotic treatment may reduce complications such as peritonsilar abscess and otitis media but...

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Podcast 505: Sleep on Strep Throat 

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