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Author interviews that explore the latest clinical reviews.

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Author interviews that explore the latest clinical reviews.

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The review on afib was fabulous. Clear, audible, and great pace. Fantastic

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iTunes Ratings

304 Ratings
Average Ratings
266
16
9
6
7

Afib

By Bobbi-in-the-hole - Nov 14 2019
Read more
The review on afib was fabulous. Clear, audible, and great pace. Fantastic

Very informative

By August Consumer - Jul 09 2019
Read more
Enjoy the important info. Thank you
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JAMA Clinical Reviews

Latest release on Oct 27, 2020

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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Rank #1: Management of Heart Failure in 2019-2020, Part 1

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JAMA Deputy Editor Ed Livingston, MD, interviews Akshay Desai, MD, at the European Society of Cardiology's 2019 conference in Paris, France.

Sep 02 2019

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Rank #2: Review of Atrial Fibrillation Treatment

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Atrial fibrillation is a very common problem that is treated with a variety of medications and interventions. Sandip Mukherjee, MD, a contributing editor to The Medical Letter, is the Medical Director of Physician Liaison Services with the Office of the Chief Medical Officer at Yale New Haven Hospital, and an associate professor of medicine at Yale. He summarizes the latest information published in The Medical Letter on treatments for atrial fibrillation.

Nov 12 2019

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Rank #3: COVID-19 in Seattle: Clinical Features and Managing the Outbreak

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Seattle was one of the first US cities to have a COVID-19 outbreak, with a cluster of nursing home-related deaths. However, many people who tested positive for the novel coronavirus never became ill, and in some the clinical illness was indistinguishable from influenza. John Lynch, MD, MPH, an infectious disease physician and medical director for infection prevention and control at the Harborview Medical Center, summarizes his hospital’s experience managing the patients and outbreak.

Mar 15 2020

24mins

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Rank #4: Influenza Vaccination in 2019-2020

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Winter is coming…and with it, the onset of flu season. In this episode, Jean-Marie Pflomm, PharmD, Editor in Chief of The Medical Letter, decodes flu vaccines: trivalent vs quadrivalent, live attenuated vs inactivated, and much more.

Nov 06 2019

13mins

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Rank #5: Update on Coronavirus: March 6, 2020, by NIAID’s Anthony Fauci, MD

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Coronovirus (the virus SARS-CoV-2) continues to spread throughout the world. In recent weeks, there has been an increasing number of cases and deaths in the US. As concern about the virus increases, there is an increasing need for accurate information about the disease and how much concern we should have. Anthony Fauci, MD, is the director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and has been the main spokesperson for the US government about coronavirus. Dr Fauci spoke with JAMA Editor in Chief Howard Bauchner, MD, about where we are as of today with the SARS-CoV-2 epidemic.

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Mar 09 2020

33mins

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Rank #6: The Influence of Obesity on Cancer

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Jennifer A. Ligibel, MD, from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard Medical School, Boston, explains how obesity influences the risk of developing cancer and how it influences the prognosis of existing cancer.

Aug 20 2019

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Rank #7: Emerging Applications for Ketamine

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Even though it gained notoriety for recreational uses, Ketamine is experiencing a resurgence in clinical settings given its versatility and potential applications, including for pain treatment and depression. David Juurlink, MD, from Sunnybrook Health Sciences Center and John Krystal, MD from Yale University discuss current and emerging applications of this drug.

Oct 22 2019

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Rank #8: The Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Clinic Operations

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Seattle has been a focal point for the US in the coronavirus pandemic. Doug Paauw, MD, professor of medicine at the University of Washington, in Seattle, describes the UW primary care clinic experience as this pandemic evolved. Major lessons learned included accommodating for significant numbers of staff not available to work in the clinic because of school closures, change in workflow because of shortages of personal protective equipment, physicians having to accommodate very large numbers of patient queries via telephone, email, or electronic health record, and the importance of the rapid development of local ability to test for SARS-CoV-2 independent of public health agencies.

Mar 13 2020

20mins

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Rank #9: Management of Heart Failure in 2019-2020, Part 2

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JAMA Deputy Editor Ed Livingston, MD, interviews James Januzzi, MD, at the European Society of Cardiology's 2019 conference in Paris, France.

Sep 02 2019

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Rank #10: The 2020 Influenza Epidemic—More Serious Than Coronavirus in the US

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Although coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) dominates the news in early 2020, it affects few people in the US. In contrast, at the same time the US is experiencing a severe influenza epidemic, which has caused an estimated 250 000 hospitalizations and 14 000 deaths. Timothy Uyeki, MD, lead for the CDC’s 2019 novel coronavirus response team and Chief Medical Officer of CDC’s influenza division, discusses influenza in the US, how it compares to coronavirus, and what both patients and clinicians should know about this year’s flu season.

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Feb 18 2020

31mins

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Rank #11: What Do I Need to Know About e-Cigarettes and If They Help People Stop Smoking?

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Electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) use, otherwise known as “vaping,” has been increasing since 2010. This podcast reviews research on the epidemiology and possible adverse health effects of e-cigarette and nicotine use, and the pitfalls associated with using e-cigarettes as a method to stop smoking. These issues are discussed by Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin, PhD, a professor with the Department of Psychiatry at Yale University School of Medicine, and JAMA Associate Editor George O’Connor, a professor of medicine at Boston University.

Related article: e-Cigarette Use Among Youth in the United States, 2019

Nov 25 2019

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Rank #12: Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Update: PCR Testing and Shortages

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The lack of availability of COVID-19 testing has interfered with the ability to contain the spread of disease. Omai Garner, PhD, laboratory director for Clinical Microbiology in the UCLA health system, explains how PCR testing for COVID-19 works and why testing is in short supply.

Mar 27 2020

31mins

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Rank #13: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: Safe Shopping at Stores and Pharmacies

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Food and medicine shopping is essential during the COVID-19 pandemic, but requires getting out and standing close to strangers at a time when social distancing and sheltering-in-place are recommended to slow spread of disease. David Aronoff, MD, director of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, explains how to minimize COVID-19 risk while shopping.

Apr 03 2020

19mins

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Rank #14: Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

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Andrew M. Kaunitz, MD, from the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Florida, Jacksonville, explains how to diagnose and treat various patterns of abnormal uterine bleeding.

Read the article: Abnormal Uterine Bleeding in Reproductive-Age Women

Jun 04 2019

34mins

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Rank #15: Subclinical Hypothyroidism

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Subclinical hypothyroidism is common, but it is not clear how best to treat it. Anne R. Cappola, MD, ScM, professor of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, explains how to manage this important clinical condition.

Read the article: Subclinical Hypothyroidism: A Review

Jul 09 2019

16mins

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Rank #16: 2019 Novel Coronavirus: An Update From NIAID Director Anthony Fauci, MD

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A new virus known as the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) is rapidly spreading through China. The rapid spread and severity of this illness are worrisome and the possibility that it develops into a pandemic is very real. Anthony Fauci, MD, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, provides an update on this new disease.

Jan 30 2020

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Rank #17: Parkinson Disease

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More than 6 million people worldwide have Parkinson disease. Even though it is classically associated with tremors, the disease has many manifestations and is very treatable for most patients. Michael S. Okun, MD, from the Department of Neurology at the University of Florida, Gainesville, discusses the pathophysiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis, and treatment of Parkinson disease.

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Feb 11 2020

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Rank #18: Treating Nonmetastatic Breast Cancer in 2019

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Breast cancer outcomes continue to improve. Treatments for the disease are very effective and continually evolving. We spoke with Patricia A. Ganz, MD, from UCLA about what is new in breast cancer treatment.

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May 07 2019

29mins

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Rank #19: How Adolescent Boys’ Need for Friendship Affects Their Mental Health

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Adolescent boys are notoriously difficult to deal with. However, some of their behaviors mask a need they have for developing intimate friendships. Being adolescent boys living in a macho culture, many deny that they need these relationships. Niobe Way, EdD, professor of Developmental Psychology at New York University, has spent her professional career studying adolescent boys’ relationships with each other and how they affect their behaviors. She explains how to intervene to help them better understand their needs for intimacy, which, in turn, helps them to better relate with people and avoid unpleasant behaviors.

Related article: Loneliness Might Be a Killer, but What’s the Best Way to Protect Against It?

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Nov 05 2019

37mins

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Rank #20: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: Early Safety Signals Around Ibuprofen and Renin-Angiotensin Inhibitors

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Emerging information about how SARS-CoV-2 virus infects cells has led to speculation that NSAIDs and ACE inhibitors/angiotensin receptor blockers (ARBs) may worsen clinical disease. Infectious disease physician Carlos del Rio, MD, of Emory University explains the concerns and their clinical implications.

Mar 20 2020

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