A medical education podcast intended for medical professionals to learn the hows & whys behind patient care beyond the answer on the test. If you want to more visit our website: Medmechanix.com
When CPR becomes DNR
Ever worry about knowing when to stop the code? Today we discuss medical futility and the components that help you to recognize it. We also go through tips about talking to families, filling out the death certificate and who goes to autopsy.
When to Admit
Knowing when to admit your patient can get tricky, today we will increase your admission acumen! In this episode, we discuss 6 specific categories that can be used to help admit patients you are on the fence about. We discuss factors involved in how admission in determined and cover a few examples. Intended for medical providers in all specialties.
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All the Nausea Pathways
Walk down the 4 pathways that lead to vomiting, learn to organize types of nausea, how vomiting reflex works, and explore how to choose between antiemetics.
Do Umbrellas cause the Rain?
Join us for an exploration of why COVID medical data was so confusing and tools that you can use to interpret medical testing and data. With guest Dr. Natalie Alexander, we cover the politicization of medical data, understanding what is behind medical testing, not mistaking treatment for prevention, the hierarchy of studies and more!
Our website: http://www.MedMechanix.com
Youtube Bias Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEwGBIr_RIw
Rambo Method: https://first10em.com/ebmiseasy/
OTC Med Guide
Join us for a basic guide to over the counter medications for providers. We will cover cough, runny nose, allergies, acid reflux, pain, antifungals. We also go over guidelines on how to choose the right combination cold and flu medications.
Today's PDF Handout
Anatomy of a CBC
Dissect the anatomy of complete blood count (CBC)! Explore how to better interpret the components of cbc, which are most important and how to use them in clinical practice. We discuss the differential, left shift, bandemia, RBC morphology, hemolysis and more!
Our CBC PDF: https://www.medmechanix.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/CBC_PDF.pdf
Excellent podcast for health care workers in any part of their training from students to practicing clinicians. It is exceptionally great for students who are transitioning from learning the basics sciences to applying their knowledge in the clinical setting. The topics are right on the money and focused on practice changing knowledge.
This podcast is beyond!