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Everyday Medicine for Physicians Podcasts by Ryan Stanton, MD

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Created:   6/29/2013
Contains:  48 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: Invasive Stroke Care

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 30:26
Emergency Medicine News  Dr. Ryan Stanton interviews neurosurgeon Christian Ramsey, MD, to talk about emergency care and neurosurgery as well as invasive stroke care.

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Everyday Medicine for Physicians: Religion in Patients’ Lives

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 18:42
Emergency Medicine News  Dr. Ryan Stanton examines the role of religion in patients’ lives and how emergency physicians can understand and incorporate that into their treatment.

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Everyday Medicine for Physicians: A Medical Museum Vacation with Donna Stanton, MD

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 16:31
Emergency Medicine News  Dr. Ryan Stanton interviews his physician-wife, Dr. Donna Stanton, who is board certified in internal medicine and pediatrics, to talk about some summer fun opportunities at medical museums.

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Everyday Medicine for Physicians: Talking EMS with Howard Mell, MD

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 27:44
Emergency Medicine News  Dr. Ryan Stanton interviews Dr. Howard Mell about the problems with EMS diversion as well as some of the potentially unknown EMTALA obligations pertaining to EMS and patients around your ED. Dr. Mell has great information for all ED providers, especially those that have issues with diversion or work closely with EMS.

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Everyday Medicine for Physicians: Up Close and Personal with Ultrasound Guru Matt Dawson, MD

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 14:04
Emergency Medicine News  Dr. Ryan Stanton interviews Dr. Matt Dawson to get the latest on ultrasound in emergency medicine.

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Everyday Medicine for Physicians: Trauma Crash Course

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 27:14
Emergency Medicine News  Dr. Ryan Stanton interviews Dr. Andrew Bernard, the medical director for trauma and acute surgical services of UK HealthCare. They tackle the state of trauma care in Kentucky and what their home state and others like it can do to improve care for patients.

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Everyday Medicine for Physicians: Media Crash Course

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 12:15
Emergency Medicine News  Lauren Gawthrop, a reporter for WTVQ, the ABC affiliate in Lexington, KY, shares tips for being interviewed with the broadcast media. Listen in as Dr. Ryan Stanton teaches you how to be media-savvy.

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Everyday Medicine for Physicians: Ophthalmology Boot Camp

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 30:11
Emergency Medicine News  The eye is one area of the anatomy that makes most emergency physicians a bit nervous. Whether it's the difficulty in evaluation, the various overlapping symptoms for benign and emergent conditions, or the fact that a mistake can alter the patient's life forever, eyes are a difficult emergent presentation. Dr. Ryan Stanton in this episode goes right to the expert — Gary Wortz, MD, an ophthalmologist in Lexington, KY, for an ED boot camp on ophthalmology.

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Everyday Medicine for Physicians: Code Black

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 7:39
Emergency Medicine News  Emergency physicians must find ways to educate the public and politicians about the practice of emergency medicine, and Dr. Ryan McGarry’s movie “Code Black” is a good place to start. Dr. Ryan Stanton talks in this episode about educating patients about why and how EPs do the things they do.

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Everyday Medicine for Physicians: Raising Lazarus

Creator: Ryan Stanton, MD
Duration: 10:49
Emergency Medicine News  How well does nebulized naloxone for overdose? What about the nasal spray that was just approved? Dr. Ryan Stanton talks in this episode about new ways to treat opioid overdoses. Also read Dr. James Roberts’ article on this topic as well at http://bit.ly/1mEXEOK.

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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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