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*** Spring 2022 Digital Health Award Winner - Silver in the category of “Digital Health Media/Publications: Audio Series”*** The PV Roundup - Medical News Podcast delivers advances, headlines and buzz from the world of medicine in less than three minutes. Designed for clinicians with stories selected by the PeerDirect editorial board. Visit us at pvroundup.com to sign-up for our newsletter.>

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*** Spring 2022 Digital Health Award Winner - Silver in the category of “Digital Health Media/Publications: Audio Series”*** The PV Roundup - Medical News Podcast delivers advances, headlines and buzz from the world of medicine in less than three minutes. Designed for clinicians with stories selected by the PeerDirect editorial board. Visit us at pvroundup.com to sign-up for our newsletter.>

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English


Episodes

COPD Readmissions

7/8/2022
Pulmononologists, Drs. Ravi Kalhan and Nick Hanania join the podcast to discuss the topic of COPD readmissions including how serious a hospitalization for COPD actually is in terms of morbidity and mortality, appropriate pharmacotherapy, as well as nonpharmacologic treatments such as pulmonary rehab. They also share their thoughts on the importance of an exacerbation prevention strategy, the utility of a pulmonary discharge team, and close follow-up postdischarge.

Duration:00:13:25

Engaging Primary Care in the Treatment of COPD: Approaches and Practices to the New and Established Patient

7/8/2022
Pulmononologists, Drs. Ravi Kalhan and Nick Hanania join the podcast to discuss the frequent challenges of caring for patients with COPD that they see their primary care colleagues face. Issues discussed include potential barriers to prompt diagnosis, personalizing treatment regimens to match the patient’s needs and disease, and when it is appropriate to refer to a lung specialist.

Duration:00:18:40

Race-based eGFR calculations to be eliminated for transplant candidates

7/5/2022
When will race-based eGFR calculations be eliminated for kidney transplant candidates? Find out this and more in today’s PV Roundup podcast.

Duration:00:03:43

ARVO 2022 Conference Highlights, Part I

6/30/2022
Join Drs. Goldberg and Yiu as they discuss major themes from the May 2022 ARVO live meeting, including aspects of live meetings vs. virtual, new technologies, gene therapy, and artificial intelligence.

Duration:00:12:35

ARVO 2022 Conference Highlights, Part II

6/30/2022
Drs. Goldberg and Yiu discuss advances in studying and treating geographic atrophy, including new data for complement inhibitors, as well as how scientific findings from AVRO might impact current and future retinal care.

Duration:00:16:27

FDA authorizes mRNA COVID-19 vaccines for children as young as 6 months

6/28/2022
What are the details of the COVID-19 vaccine approvals in children under 5? Find out this and more in today’s PV Roundup podcast.

Duration:00:06:38

Early Diagnosis, Consistent Dosing, and Maximizing Treatment in DR

6/27/2022
Drs. Pieramici and Goldberg discuss the impact of early diagnosis, even before any retinal treatment is necessary, and how it can help patients take steps to improve their systemic disease control. They also discuss the history and advances seen in the treatment, how they individualize therapy including how they educate and motivate patients to adhere to treatment.

Duration:00:13:43

Patient Programs in Retinal Disease: Why Access and Support Matter

6/23/2022
Drs. Goldberg and MacCumber discuss the importance of patient support and access in patients who have potentially blinding retinal disease. They discuss how they utilize these programs in their practices, how important these programs help patients get treatment and they share several examples how important it was to preserve these patients' vision.

Duration:00:12:34

Integrating Gun Safety Into Medical School Curricula

6/21/2022
Should medical schools include gun-related content in their curricula? Find out this and more in today’s PV Roundup podcast.

Duration:00:04:54

Watch and Wait or Early Treatment in DR? What the Data Tells Us

6/17/2022
Drs. Pieramici and MacCumber review the clinical data for treating DR with Anti-VEGF treatments and discuss their approaches to different types of patients and how these decisions are informed by these clinical trial data (Protocol W, PANORAMA, etc,).

Duration:00:03:33

Exploring the Link Between Anatomic Improvement and Vision Outcomes in NPDR

6/16/2022
Drs. Goldberg and Pieramici lay out their parameters of a successful treatment in patients in NPDR and how they rely on anatomic improvement. They discuss which specific diagnostic procedures and their value in different types of patients the most and how often they utilize them.

Duration:00:12:37

Omicron-containing COVID-19 booster may be available in late summer

6/14/2022
When will a COVID-19 booster targeting Omicron be available? Find out this and more in today’s PV Roundup podcast.

Duration:00:03:32

Study shows more excess deaths during Omicron wave than Delta wave

6/7/2022
Was the Omicron variant more deadly than Delta? Find out this and more in today’s PV Roundup podcast.

Duration:00:04:37

NPDR: Insights Into Early Treatment, Maximizing Visual Outcomes, and Why It Matters

6/6/2022
Drs. Marcus and Goldberg discuss the current data on preventing the progression of severe NPDR as well as the art of treating patients individually. Factors explored that influence their clinical decisions include both clinical and nonclinical, that may not show up in clinical trial data.

Duration:00:14:46

Approaches in Utilizing Combination Therapy for PDR or DME: Anti-VEGF and Laser

6/6/2022
Drs. Pieramici and Marcus talk about utilizing combination therapy in two common retinal disorders: PDR and DME. Dr. Marcus shares his clinical approaches to patients with these disorders including when, if, and what type of lasers to use in combination with anti-VEGF therapy.

Duration:00:12:05

Neuropsychiatric ramifications among survivors of severe COVID-19

6/2/2022
What are the neuropsychiatric effects of severe COVID-19? Find out this and more in today’s PV Roundup podcast.

Duration:00:03:54

Individualized Treatment Approach in Wet AMD: How Much Change in Fluid Matters

5/26/2022
Drs. Marcus and Singer explore the topic individualizing the treatment approach in Wet AMD including treat and extend, monthly or maximum tolerated interval. Dr. Singer goes into depth on his approach to “treat and extend” including certain caveats and circumstances that could change how long he would extend a patient as well as the importance of balancing convenience, adherence, and efficacy.

Duration:00:18:57

Clinical Trial Designs vs Real World Dosing: Is There a Disconnect?

5/26/2022
Drs. Singer and Pieramici discuss if there is a disconnect between the dosing in clinical trials and real world dosing. Dr. Pieramici takes us through the history of retinal therapy clinical trial dosing and the objective of newer trial designs and dosing. Both experts share how clinical trial data inform their clinical practice because patients are quite variable and how the “art” of medicine truly comes into play.

Duration:00:13:28

Key facts about the monkeypox virus

5/25/2022
What are the key features of a monkeypox infection? Find out about this and more in today’s PV Roundup podcast.

Duration:00:05:16

Early Treatment in MEfRVO

5/20/2022
Drs. Singer and Hariprasad take a deep dive into the complexities of diagnosing and treating retinal vein occlusions. They explore typical presentations in older and younger patients as well as advances in imaging and the art of treating retinal vein occlusion.

Duration:00:19:50