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In this podcast, Bo Shen, MD, speaks about how clinicians can utilize endoscopy in their current practice and who is the ideal candidate for endoscopy, such as patients with Crohn Disease. Dr Shen also spoke about these topics during his session at the American College of Gastroenterology Annual Scientific Meeting 2022 titled “State of the Art Lect…
 
In this podcast, Jennifer Sherwood, PhD, and Elise Lankiewicz, MPH, speak about the current state of trans inclusion in national HIV strategic plans (NSPs) globally, the results from the recent systematic review documenting the quality of transgender inclusion in the NSPs of 60 countries, and how national HIV planning processes can increase trans i…
 
In this episode, Anil Harrison, MD, speaks with Dharminder Singh, MD, about the evaluation of renal tubular acidosis (RTA) and how to evaluate metabolic alkalosis. The first patient case presentation is a patient with a distal type 1 RTA, and the second patient case presentation is a patient with a metabolic alkalosis.…
 
In this podcast, Davina Canagasabey, with PATH, speaks about delivering responsive, person-centered HIV and primary health care. She also spoke about this topic during her presentation at the International AIDS Conference 2022 titled “Real world impact of integrated person-centered HIV primary health care: better uptake, retention, and health outco…
 
In this podcast, John Harrington, MD, speaks with Angela Hogan, MD, about the importance of safely introducing eggs and peanuts in infants aged 4 to 6 months to help reduce their risk for developing a peanut allergy later in life, including how much and how often parents/ guardians should offer the foods to children.…
 
In this podcast, Jessica Rodrigues, with AVAC: Global Advocacy for HIV Prevention, speaks about ways communities can overcome barriers to the access of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), including ambitious targets, funding, early adoption, and simplified delivery beyond a health facility. She presented this topic at the International AIDS Conference…
 
In this podcast, Jessica Rodrigues, with AVAC: Global Advocacy for HIV Prevention, provides a description of a Dual Prevention Pill and why it can be used as a case study for future multipurpose technologies (MPTs). She presented these topics at the International AIDS Conference 2022 during a session titled "Demand, delivery, and data for decision-…
 
In this podcast, Dr Harrison speaks with Paul Shiu, DO, about interpreting arterial blood gases, including calculating a high anion gap metabolic acidosis (HAGMA), a normal anion gap metabolic acidosis (NAGMA), a urinary anion gap, renal tubular acidosis, and their possible causes.By Consultant360
 
In this episode, Albert Rizzo, MD, interviews Michael S. Blaiss, MD, to discuss allergic asthma and its comorbidities, including the definition, diagnosis, and management of patients with allergic asthma. They discussed the role of immunotherapy, inhaled steroids, biologics, and bronchial thermoplasty.…
 
In this episode, Paul Richardson, MD, presents the primary results from the randomized phase 3 DETERMINATION trial, which was started in 2010. Dr Richardson speaks about the active combination of lenalidomide, bortezomib, and dexamethasone(RVd) and autologous stem cell transplantation and R maintenance to progression for patients with newly diagnos…
 
In this episode, Amit Correa, MD, speaks about the clinical evaluation and management of patients with an oral ulcer, including the causes, management of a patient with an aphthous ulcer, malignant and premalignant lesions of the oral cavity, and blood conditions that can lead to an oral ulcer or lesion in the mouth.…
 
In this episode, Dr Rizzo interviews Sally E. Wenzel, MD, to discuss her review titled “Severe Adult Asthmas: Integrating Clinical Features, Biology, and Therapeutics,” examining comorbidities (including those that could mimic severe asthma) pulmonary function testing, and biomarker assessments.By Consultant360
 
In this episode, John W. Harrington, MD, speaks about topics making headlines in pediatric news, including a severe infant formula shortage in the United States, gun violence impacting children and adolescents, COVID-19 vaccines for children, and a shortage of pediatric medical professionals.By Consultant360
 
In this episode, Nirmish Shah, MD, speaks about updates in the management of sickle cell disease (SCD), including the clinical utility, side effects, and appropriate monitoring of crizanlizumab, voxelotor, and L-glutamine for pediatric patients with SCD. Dr Shah also discusses the appropriate adjuvant agents for 3 pediatric patients in various clin…
 
In this episode, Deborah Dowd, RDH, MS, speaks about her team’s research on oral health assessments and reassessments for assisted living residents, including the rules and regulations in 12 western states, and the importance of specifying oral self-care performance as part of the activities of daily living (ADL) assessment.…
 
In this episode, Avery H. LaChance, MD, MPH, speaks about clinical pearls in dermatomyositis and cutaneous lupus, including key cutaneous features of both diseases, work-up for patients with each disease, gold standard treatments, and novel therapeutics. Dr LaChance also spoke about these topics during a session at the Congress of Clinical Rheumato…
 
​​​​​​In this episode, Julie Paik, MD, MHS, discusses autoantibody profiles and prediction of myositis phenotype and disease course, including how the prediction of myositis phenotype and disease course impact clinical practice, and gaps in the research. Dr Paik presented on this topic at the Congress of Clinical Rheumatology (CCR) East 2022 meetin…
 
In this episode, Michael R. McClung, MD, explains what is new in osteoporosis, including the evaluation and treatment of patients with osteoporosis, what the update of FRAX entails, and how it impacts clinical practice in rheumatology. Dr McClung presented on this topic at the Congress of Clinical Rheumatology in Destin, Florida on May 14, 2022.…
 
​​​​​​In this episode, John W. Harrington, MD, speaks about a former nurse who was found guilty of the accidental injection death of a 75-year-old patient. Dr Harrington speaks about why the criminally negligent homicide and gross neglect of an impaired adult convictions are controversial and how the precedent could complicate efforts to recruit an…
 
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