The Clinical Problem Solvers is a multi-modal venture that works to disseminate and democratize the stories and science of diagnostic reasoning
Episode 251: WDx #18 – Setbacks in Medicine: “I thought I was alone”
In this episode, Dr. Ashley McMullen, Dr. Simone Vais, and Jane Lock share stories of setbacks in medicine related to the theme, “I thought I was alone.” Session moderated by Madellena Conte. Interested in sharing a story during a future Setbacks in Medicine discussion? Fill out this form here: https://forms.gle/hoddk5iSod1SmCbL8 Ashley McMullen Dr. Ashley… Read More »Episode 251: WDx #18 – Setbacks in Medicine: “I thought I was alone”
Episode 250: Schema Episode – Dyspnea, HTN, and Renal Failure
Dan, Jack, and Sharmin discuss a case of dyspnea, and hypertension presented by Ann Marie. Dyspnea Secondary hypertension AKI overview Glomerulonephritis Download CPSolvers App here Patreon website
Episode 249: Spaced Learning Series – Fever, Opioid Withdrawal, and Anemia
Moses and Valeria review their approaches for fever in the inpatient and anemia, as they talk through a case presented by Simone. Schema: Fever: the journey Anemia Thought Train Download CPSolvers App here Patreon website
RLR 101 – A mysterious case of Neuropathy
Dr. Lisa Sanders joins RLR for a fascinating case of neuropathy that was published in the New York Times Magazine. Read it here. RLR now have over 100 episode on Patreon – consider subscribing here. This episode is available on Patreon only. Why? More about the RLR series here.
Episode 247: Neurology VMR – Tremors & Myoclonus
We continue our campaign to #EndNeurophobia, with the help of Dr. Aaron Berkowitz. This time, Valeria Roldan presents a case of tremors and myoclonus to Dr. Aaron Berkowitz. Neurology DDx Schema Valeria Roldán @valeroldan23 Valeria is a medical student at Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia. She was born and lives in Lima, Perú. She hopes to pursue… Read More »Episode 247: Neurology VMR – Tremors & Myoclonus
Episode 246: Clinical Unknown with Fred, Pratik, and Simone
Pratik presents a case of dyspnea and RUQ pain to Fred. Dr. Fred McLafferty Fred McLafferty, MD is a fellow in the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care at the University of California, San Francisco. His research interest is in how certain environmental particles and pathogens drive lung remodeling and pulmonary fibrosis. He is clinically… Read More »Episode 246: Clinical Unknown with Fred, Pratik, and Simone
I’m not even in medicine!
I have no real reason to listen to this podcast as I do not work in medicine (I’m an accountant!) but I love it. Hearing these intelligent medics systematically go through symptoms and test results and work out what is wrong with the patient is so interesting and relaxing to me. The neurology episodes are my favourite and I love Rhabi and Reza.
I’m a final year medical student in the UK, just about to start foundation training. I’ve just discovered this podcast and can’t get enough of it, I would recommend this podcast for anyone trying to build on their clinical reasoning.