24 episodes

Podcast by Children's Hospital & Medical Center

Healing Hearts: Empowering Pediatric Critical Care Providers Children's Hospital & Medical Center

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Podcast by Children's Hospital & Medical Center

    Renal Series: Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy or CRRT

    Renal Series: Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy or CRRT

    Join pediatric nephrologist, Dr. Melissa Muff-Luett as she introduces the fourth episode in this series and talks about Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy or CRRT. Dr. Melissa Muff-Luett is the Medical Director of Dialysis at Children’s Hospital and Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska.

    The information provided in this podcast is general in nature and is intended as a training tool for Children's Hospital & Medical Center personnel. This podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Each patient is unique and information provided in any educational forum must be tailored to each patient's unique situation. By recording this podcast, neither Children's, nor any provider, is engaged in the practice of medicine, nursing or any other health care service. Medical professionals and individual patient families should not attempt to use or rely upon any of the information provided to make medical decisions or to provide health care services. If you are a Children's employee and you have any questions about the content of this podcast, please discuss these with your supervisor. By listening to the podcast, you are agreeing with the terms of this disclaimer. All rights to this podcast are reserved. Copyright Children's Hospital & Medical Center 2020.

    • 24 min
    Cardiac Lesion Series: Coarctation of the Aorta

    Cardiac Lesion Series: Coarctation of the Aorta

    In the cardiac lesion series, pediatric Intensivist, Dr. Laura Ortmann, describes the background of the cardiac lesion, what it looks like clinically, the most common complications post-operatively, and how the lesion is managed. In this episode, she will discuss the Cardiac Lesion, Coarctation of the Aorta.

    The information provided in this podcast is general in nature and is intended as a training tool for Children's Hospital & Medical Center personnel. This podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Each patient is unique and information provided in any educational forum must be tailored to each patient's unique situation. By recording this podcast, neither Children's, nor any provider, is engaged in the practice of medicine, nursing or any other health care service. Medical professionals and individual patient families should not attempt to use or rely upon any of the information provided to make medical decisions or to provide health care services. If you are a Children's employee and you have any questions about the content of this podcast, please discuss these with your supervisor. By listening to the podcast, you are agreeing with the terms of this disclaimer. All rights to this podcast are reserved. Copyright Children's Hospital & Medical Center 2020.

    • 10 min
    Renal Series: Peritoneal Dialysis

    Renal Series: Peritoneal Dialysis

    Join pediatric nephrologist, Dr. Melissa Muff-Luett as she introduces the third episode in this series and talks about peritoneal dialysis. Dr. Melissa Muff-Luett is the Medical Director of Dialysis at Children’s Hospital and Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska.

    • 21 min
    Cardiac Lesion Series: Low Cardiac Output Syndrome Part Two

    Cardiac Lesion Series: Low Cardiac Output Syndrome Part Two

    In this unique episode of the cardiac lesion series, pediatric Intensivist, Dr. Laura Ortmann, describes low cardiac output syndrome (LCOS). This is the second part of a two-part episode and in part two, she talks about management of LOCS.

    References are:
    Parr G, Blackstone E, Kirklin J. Cardiac performance and mortality early after intracardiac surgery in infants and young children. Circulation 1975; 51:867-874.
    Wernovsky G, Sypij D, Jonas R, et al. Postoperative course and hemodynamic profile after the arterial switch operation in neonates and infants. A comparison of low-flow cardiopulmonary bypass and circulatory arrest. Circulation 1995; 92:2226-2235.

    The information provided in this podcast is general in nature and is intended as a training tool for Children's Hospital & Medical Center personnel. This podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Each patient is unique and information provided in any educational forum must be tailored to each patient's unique situation. By recording this podcast, neither Children's, nor any provider, is engaged in the practice of medicine, nursing or any other health care service. Medical professionals and individual patient families should not attempt to use or rely upon any of the information provided to make medical decisions or to provide health care services. If you are a Children's employee and you have any questions about the content of this podcast, please discuss these with your supervisor. By listening to the podcast, you are agreeing with the terms of this disclaimer. All rights to this podcast are reserved. Copyright Children's Hospital & Medical Center 2020.

    • 11 min
    Cardiac Lesion Series: Low Cardiac Output Syndrome

    Cardiac Lesion Series: Low Cardiac Output Syndrome

    In this unique episode of the cardiac lesion series, pediatric intensivist, Dr. Laura Ortmann, describes low cardiac output syndrome (LCOS). This is a two-part episode and in part one, she talks about defining LCOS and how to monitor for it.

    References are:
    Parr G, Blackstone E, Kirklin J. Cardiac performance and mortality early after intracardiac surgery in infants and young children. Circulation 1975; 51:867-874.
    Wernovsky G, Sypij D, Jonas R, et al. Postoperative course and hemodynamic profile after the arterial switch operation in neonates and infants. A comparison of low-flow cardiopulmonary bypass and circulatory arrest. Circulation 1995; 92:2226-2235.

    The information provided in this podcast is general in nature and is intended as a training tool for Children's Hospital & Medical Center personnel. This podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Each patient is unique and information provided in any educational forum must be tailored to each patient's unique situation. By recording this podcast, neither Children's, nor any provider, is engaged in the practice of medicine, nursing or any other health care service. Medical professionals and individual patient families should not attempt to use or rely upon any of the information provided to make medical decisions or to provide health care services. If you are a Children's employee and you have any questions about the content of this podcast, please discuss these with your supervisor. By listening to the podcast, you are agreeing with the terms of this disclaimer. All rights to this podcast are reserved. Copyright Children's Hospital & Medical Center 2020.

    • 16 min
    Renal Series: Hemodialysis

    Renal Series: Hemodialysis

    Join pediatric nephrologist, Dr. Melissa Muff-Luett as she introduces the second episode in this series and talks about hemodialysis. Dr. Melissa Muff-Luett is the Medical Director of Dialysis at Children’s Hospital and Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska.

    The information provided in this podcast is general in nature and is intended as a training tool for Children's Hospital & Medical Center personnel. This podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Each patient is unique and information provided in any educational forum must be tailored to each patient's unique situation. By recording this podcast, neither Children's, nor any provider, is engaged in the practice of medicine, nursing or any other health care service. Medical professionals and individual patient families should not attempt to use or rely upon any of the information provided to make medical decisions or to provide health care services. If you are a Children's employee and you have any questions about the content of this podcast, please discuss these with your supervisor. By listening to the podcast, you are agreeing with the terms of this disclaimer. All rights to this podcast are reserved. Copyright Children's Hospital & Medical Center 2020.

    • 15 min

Customer Reviews

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21 Ratings

21 Ratings

Hodgebot ,

Future peds cardiology DNP

Thank you for this resource! I’ve listened to all of these episodes, sometimes 2-3 times, each opportunity allowing me to hear something more. I’m in my first year of a DNP program and know I want to specialize in acute care specifically pediatric cardiology. These episodes help me learn from the post op perspective which often only comes with clinical hours. I also really appreciate Dr. Ortman’s explanations of cardiac lesions. I learn so much following along and thinking about why different lesions show specific pre and post op presentations along with how management changes or stays similar.

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