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Medscape Nurses Podcast

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Latest medical news and features from Medscape Nurses.

Latest medical news and features from Medscape Nurses.
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Latest medical news and features from Medscape Nurses.

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English


Episodes

Triaging and Treating After the Las Vegas Shooting: A Firsthand Account

11/15/2017
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How do you bring order to the chaos in the aftermath of a mass shooting? Dr Rob Glatter speaks with Dr Dale Carrison, chief of emergency medicine at UMC in Las Vegas.

Duration: 00:23:01


How Hospitals Can Fight the Opioid Epidemic

11/2/2017
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Representatives of the Hospital for Special Surgery describe their successful three-part approach to helping patients and providers.

Duration: 00:12:07


Palliative Care Is About the Life That's Left, Not the End of Life

10/23/2017
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Palliative care is not synonymous with hospice and differences between the two are commonly misunderstood. Dr Cassoobhoy discusses the nuances of palliative care medicine with experts in the field.

Duration: 00:13:13


Rapidly Progressive Dementia: A Surprisingly Easy Fix

9/11/2017
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A puzzling, rapidly progressive case of dementia--and the solution for both identifying and fixing the cause.

Duration: 00:09:20


Can Your Job Increase Your Risk for RA?

8/25/2017
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Dr Arefa Cassoobhoy highlights one of the week's important news stories for primary care.

Duration: 00:00:59


Geriatric Emergency Departments: Why the Trend Is Here to Stay

6/27/2017
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Dr Robert Glatter interviews Dr Zia Agha, who's behind the expected opening of a new geriatric emergency department at UC San Diego in 2018.

Duration: 00:19:27


Congenital CMV and Hearing Loss: What's the Risk?

6/12/2017
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How many children with asymptomatic CMV infection develop hearing loss? More than you might think.

Duration: 00:03:24


Staying Healthy While Traveling: Best Advice for Patients

6/7/2017
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Summer travel season is here. What are the evidence-based recommendations for your patients?

Duration: 00:04:47


Complexities of Basal-Plus Insulin Therapy

6/5/2017
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What comes after basal insulin? Join us for a discussion of basal-plus therapy and tips for adding rapid insulin and GLP-1 receptor agonists.

Duration: 00:10:56


Fidget Spinners: A Pediatrician's Take

6/5/2017
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Fidget spinners are the latest craze to sweep the nation. We asked Alok Patel, MD, an associate professor of clinical pediatrics at Columbia in New York City, to try one out.

Duration: 00:04:37


Nurses Get Political to Address Unsafe Staffing

5/24/2017
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Out of their comfort zone and into the political arena, nurses from across the United States rallied in Washington to raise awareness about unsafe nurse staffing.

Duration: 00:08:29


Hypoglycemia: How Low Is Too Low?

5/22/2017
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When is 'low' too low? This and other topics in hypoglycemia are discussed, including current ADA definitions, symptom variability, and hypoglycemia awareness and unawareness.

Duration: 00:08:10


What Deportation Centers Are Like for Kids: AAP Takes a Look

5/8/2017
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No security blanket, no teddy bear. Dr Fernando Stein tells Medscape viewers what children experience in deportation centers and what AAP is doing to help.

Duration: 00:09:49


Which Antibiotics Should Be Avoided in Early Pregnancy?

5/5/2017
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Dr Arefa Cassoobhoy highlights one of the week's most important news stories for primary care.

Duration: 00:00:57


Long Life or Living Well: AHA Addresses Elderly With CVD

4/26/2017
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Longevity is seductive, but it comes with consequences. Drs Piña and Forman discuss a new AHA scientific statement on physical and cognitive function considerations in the older patient with CVD.

Duration: 00:08:56


Oral Agents and Insulin: What, and for How Long?

4/24/2017
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Drs Shubrook and Healy discuss optimal patient approaches to balancing insulin, SGLT2 inhibitors, and oral agents in the management of uncontrolled type 2 diabetes.

Duration: 00:06:27


Teens With ASD Who Want to Drive: Who Is Ready?

4/21/2017
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Many teens with autism spectrum disorders want to--and should be allowed to--drive a car. What is the role of healthcare professionals in helping make this decision?

Vitamin D: Insights into Relationship with CVD and All-Cause Mortality

4/18/2017
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Dr JoAnn Manson presents new data about the use of vitamin D supplementation to prevent cardiovascular disease, cancer, and mortality.

New Cholera Vaccine for Adult Travelers

4/17/2017
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Here's what you need to know for adult patients who are traveling to cholera outbreak areas and who may be candidates for the new cholera vaccine.

Duration: 00:04:41


Preserving Cognition on a Computer

4/10/2017
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Dr Peter Yellowlees explores the evidence on using computerized cognitive training to preserve brain function.

Duration: 00:01:54

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