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Each month, CHEST hosts a discussion with the author of one or more articles from the current issue, adding context and commentary on the most relevant topics facing those in the fields of pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine.

CHEST Journal Podcasts American College of Chest Physicians

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Each month, CHEST hosts a discussion with the author of one or more articles from the current issue, adding context and commentary on the most relevant topics facing those in the fields of pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine.

    Identification of Distinct Immunophenotypes in Critically-Ill Patients With COVID-19

    Identification of Distinct Immunophenotypes in Critically-Ill Patients With COVID-19

    CHEST May 2021, Volume 159, Issue 5


    Guillaume Dumas, MD, joins CHEST Podcast Moderator, Dominique Pepper, MD, to discuss if critically-ill patients with COVID-19 are biologically and immunologically dissociable based on profiling of currently evaluated therapeutic targets.


    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2020.11.049


     

    • 24 min
    Sepsis, the Administration of Intravenous Fluids and Respiratory Failure (SAIFR Study)

    Sepsis, the Administration of Intravenous Fluids and Respiratory Failure (SAIFR Study)

    CHEST April 2021, Volume 159, Issue 4


    Nikhil Jagan, MD, joins CHEST Podcast Moderator, Gretchen Winter, MD, to discuss a retrospective analysis of the SAIFR Study.


    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2020.10.078

    • 13 min
    Institution-Level Differences in Quality and Outcomes of Lung Cancer Resections in the United States

    Institution-Level Differences in Quality and Outcomes of Lung Cancer Resections in the United States

    CHEST April 2021, Volume 159, Issue 4


    Raymond U. Osarogiagbon, MBBS, and Ravi Rajaram, MD, MSc, join CHEST Podcast Moderator, Dominique Pepper, MD, to discuss hospital variation in long-term survival after lung cancer surgery.


    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2020.10.075

    • 42 min
    ICU Telemedicine Implementation and Risk-Adjusted Mortality Differences Between Daytime and Nighttime Coverage

    ICU Telemedicine Implementation and Risk-Adjusted Mortality Differences Between Daytime and Nighttime Coverage

    CHEST April 2021, Volume 159, Issue 4


    Mario V. Fusaro, MD, and Craig Lilly, MD, FCCP, join CHEST Podcast Moderator, Gretchen Winter, MD, to discuss tele-ICU implementation and risk-adjusted mortality differences between daytime and nighttime coverage.


    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2020.10.055

    • 15 min
    Is Biopsy of Contralateral Hilar N3 Lymph Nodes With Negative PET-CT Scan Findings Necessary When Performing EBUS Staging?

    Is Biopsy of Contralateral Hilar N3 Lymph Nodes With Negative PET-CT Scan Findings Necessary When Performing EBUS Staging?

    CHEST April 2021, Volume 159, Issue 4


    David E. Ost, MD, MPH, joins CHEST Podcast Moderator, Dominique Pepper, MD, to discuss if contralateral hilar N3 nodes should be omitted from staging.


    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2020.10.041

    • 48 min
    April 2021 CHEST Journal Editor Highlights

    April 2021 CHEST Journal Editor Highlights

    CHEST April 2021, Volume 159, Issue 4


    CHEST journal's Editor in Chief, Peter Mazzone, MD, MPH, FCCP, highlights key articles published in the CHEST April 2021 issue.

    • 15 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
42 Ratings

42 Ratings

pulm fellow ,

Excellent podcast

No fluff, no frills, just pure medicine. That’s why this podcast is the best.

Gtx47hu89 ,

No real answers...

Still no solution offered. Scribes???...Rounds, students, residents, fellows, nurses, family, coders, administrators... who else are you going to throw in the mix???

Florida Iphone nut ,

Disappointing

I was hoping the physician burn out will be more helpful. It was very disappointing. These two physicians are great researchers and I suspect they are not in the trenches being Intensivist. They spoke in generalities about EHR. The moderator tried to get specifics about “the stupid stuff” in EHR. I think they did not know what those stupid stuff were and could not give examples. I wanted to hear more concrete examples of EHR challenges which neither gave in this podcast. They should have spent more than 2 minutes about women who are Intensivist!

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