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Everyday Medicine for Physicians Podcasts by Ryan Stanton, MD

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Created:   6/29/2013
Contains:  38 items
Listen in as Dr. Stanton reviews the emergency medicine literature to report findings to make your practice easier. Each short podcast highlights the essentials you need to know.

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Everyday Medicine for Physicians: Health Care Advocacy

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 6:29
Emergency Medicine News  Advocacy is an important aspect of health care, but emergency physicians also need to know when to avoid wedge political issues. Dr. Ryan Stanton talks in this episode about common wedge issues and how to advocate without alienation or division.

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Everyday Medicine for Physicians: The ED Menu

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 11:34
Emergency Medicine News  Should the emergency department serve up its prices like a restaurant menu? Dr. Ryan Stanton talks in this episode about prices and how this discussion is only a small part of a larger conversation on health care and the role of the ED.

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Everyday Medicine for Physicians: Stroke Care Resources at Community Hospitals

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 9:29
Emergency Medicine News  The tPA controversy rages on, but Dr. Ryan Stanton talks in this episode about the basics of stroke care and how to best use the resources available in your community.

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The ACA Squeeze

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 11:09
Emergency Medicine News  It’s no surprise that EPs are reporting that ED volumes went up since the ACA was implemented. Dr. Ryan Stanton talks in this episode about how to cope with the squeeze on an already-strained system.

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Scoring Appendicitis in Pediatrics Patients

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 8:19
Emergency Medicine News  One of the greatest challenges for EPs is evaluating pediatric abdominal pain. Dr. Ryan Stanton talks in this episode about how to rule in or out appendicitis to increase early diagnosis.

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Airing Our Laundry

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 7:24
Emergency Medicine News  CMS recently released all Medicare payment information for physicians, which was met with a great deal of backlash from physician groups across the country. But is this a bad thing? Dr. Ryan Stanton talks in this episode about the pros and cons of the data release as well as what physicians can do to help guide the conversation.

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IV vs. Oral Rehydration

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 11:11
Emergency Medicine News  Emergency physicians tend to jump toward IV fluids in many patients, but is that really best for the patient? Dr. Ryan Stanton looks in this episode at the research on whether it's better to get water from the tap or a bag.

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The Emergence of Paramedicine

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 11:10
Emergency Medicine News  Community paramedicine is a variation of the house calls of old: modern medicine finding renewed value in taking preventive and maintenance care to the home. Dr. Ryan Stanton looks at some paramedicine efforts, how they can affect ED care, and how they can save a wallet full of cash.

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The Emergency Medicine Report Card

Creator: Lisa Hoffman
Duration: 10:14
Emergency Medicine News  The news wasn’t good when the American College of Emergency Physicians released its latest report card. The nation overall dropped from a C- in 2009 to a D+. Dr. Stanton talks about the report card in this episode and how emergency physicians must respond to facilitate positive change.

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Hands-Only CPR

Creator: Lisa Hoffman
Duration: 7:34
Emergency Medicine News  First responders, the lay public, and health care in general are moving away from traditional CPR to a hands-only approach. Dr. Stanton talks in this episode about why it is a good idea.

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Super Users: A Frustrating Reality of Life

Creator: Lisa Hoffman
Duration: 9:14
Emergency Medicine News  Frequent flyers are great for the aviation industry, but they are a frustrating reality of life in the ED. These "super users" are known for frequent visits and utilization of the ED, and Dr. Stanton talks in this episode about the reasons for "super users" and some of the tools that can assist in alleviating this phenomenon.

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The Key Relationship between Emergency Medicine and Primary Care

Creator: Lisa Hoffman
Duration: 13:24
Emergency Medicine News  All emergency physicians recognize the key relationship between emergency medicine and primary care. In this episode, Dr. Stanton talks with Reid Blackwelder, MD, the president of the American Academy of Family Physicians, about the important interactions between the specialties.

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Advocacy for Emergency Medicine

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 8:14
Emergency Medicine News  Politics is like being treated by a dentist who uses a jackhammer — it's painful but an important aspect of health care. As the landscape of medicine shifts, EPs must be on the front line in educating all sides on the needs, realities, and after-effects. In this episode, Dr. Stanton talks about some things the emergency provider can do on the local, state, and federal level to advocate for our profession and our patients.

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Treating Migraines in the ED

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 8:24
Emergency Medicine News  Migraines are a common presentation to the ED, yet the approach to treating them varies widely. Dr. Stanton in this episode looks at the most current recommendations for treating and addressing migraines.

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Asymptomatic Hypertension in the ED

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 9:54
Emergency Medicine News  A large percentage of ED patients present with elevated blood pressure of varying degrees. The big question is, should emergency physicians start treatment? Dr. Stanton talks in this episode about this problem and what EPs can and should do.

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Loop I&D for Skin Abscesses

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 7:24
Emergency Medicine News  We continue to look into the best ways to address these painful infections as MRSA abscesses become more prevalent. We have been through stages of antibiotics, needle drainage, incision, incision with packing, and more recently, the loop I&D. Dr. Stanton talks in this episode about the procedure and some mistakes many are making in treating skin abscesses.

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High-Sensitivity Troponins

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 8:17
Emergency Medicine News  Millions of patients come to EDs with chest pain, and emergency physicians have to pick up the most serious cases and know which ones to discharge home. High-sensitivity troponins are now working their way into practice.

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After Boston: Be Prepared for Mass Casualties

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 12:54
Emergency Medicine News  EDs are always ready for whatever comes their way, but still need a plan for when mass casualties threaten to overwhelm the department.

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Get Informed about Informed Consent

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 11:34
Emergency Medicine News  It's no longer acceptable just to inform patients about what you are going to do, but also what you could have done. In this episode, Dr. Stanton discusses the benefits, drawbacks, and keys to informed consent.

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Probiotics: Not Just for Hippies Anymore

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 10:14
Emergency Medicine News  Probiotics aren't just for hippies anymore. More and more research is showing the benefits of probiotics in medical practice, including the ED, says Dr. Stanton in this episode.

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