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Run the List

Run the List is a medical education podcast designed for medical students, residents, and all learners hoping for a review in internal medicine. Our show is comprised of short episodes through which you can learn about the diagnosis, management, and clinical pearls for common internal medicine problems.Authors: Walker Redd, Emily Gutowski, Navin Kumar, Joyce Zhou, Blake Smithhttps://accessmedicine.mhmedical.com/multimedia.aspx#1460

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Episode 17: Acute Decompensated Heart Failure

Dr. Emily Lau, cardiologist and chief resident at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, is interviewed by Dr. Walker Redd about the management of a patient with acute decompensated heart failure. They work through the general framework for thinking about potential etiologies and triggers of heart failure exacerbations, as well as key points in the management of these patients. The episode concludes with three clinical pearls to bring with you to the wards. www.runthelistpodcast.com/cardiology/#heartfailure-acute Click here for this episode's handout: http://bit.ly/heartfailure_acute_pdf

19mins

29 Nov 2019

Rank #1

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Episode 5: Pancreatitis

In this episode, Dr. Walker Redd interviews Dr. Navin Kumar, attending gastroenterologist at Brigham and Women's Hospital. He takes us through the workup, diagnosis, and management of a patient with pancreatitis. www.runthelistpodcast.com/gastroenterology/#pancreatitis Click here for this episode's handout: http://bit.ly/pancreatitis_pdf

14mins

23 Aug 2019

Rank #2

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Episode 18: General Heart Failure Management

In this episode, Dr. Walker Redd interviews Dr. Emily Lau about the general management of stable patients with heart failure when they are not in an acute exacerbation. They discuss the mnemonic “PANIC DR. AIR,” which reminds clinicians of all the important aspects of caring for patients with heart failure. They also include advice that physicians can provide  patients while living a life with heart failure at home. www.runthelistpodcast.com/cardiology/#heartfailure-general Click here for this episode's handout: http://bit.ly/heartfailure_general_pdf

19mins

6 Dec 2019

Rank #3

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Episode 6: Cirrhosis

In this episode, our guest is Dr. Navin Kumar, attending gastroenterologist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. We discuss the workup, diagnosis, and management of a patient with cirrhosis. We conclude with a few clinical pearls you can take with you to the wards. www.runthelistpodcast.com/gastroenterology/#cirrhosis Click here for this episode's handout: http://bit.ly/cirrhosis_pdf

18mins

30 Aug 2019

Rank #4

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Episode 19: Cardiac Causes of Syncope

Dr. Jason Ryan, creator and CEO of Boards and Beyond, joins us in this episode to discuss cardiac causes of syncope. He is interviewed by Emily Gutowski and takes listeners through the   diagnosis of syncope and  features that should alert clinicians to a potential cardiac etiology. They work through important diagnostic measures, indications for AICD placement, and when to consult cardiology. The episode concludes with a few clinical pearls. www.runthelistpodcast.com/cardiology/#syncope Click here for this episode's handout: http://bit.ly/syncope_pdf

19mins

13 Dec 2019

Rank #5

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Episode 3: Variceal Upper GI Bleed

In this episode, Dr. Walker Redd speaks with Dr. Navin Kumar, attending gastroenterologist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, about the workup, diagnosis, and management of a patient with variceal upper GI bleeding. We conclude with a few clinical pearls you can take with you to the wards. www.runthelistpodcast.com/gastroenterology/#vugib Click here for this episode's handout: http://bit.ly/vugib_pdf

14mins

15 Aug 2019

Rank #6

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Episode 14: Acid-Base Disorders

Dr. Ankit Patel takes us through his approach to working through acid-base disorders. The episode begins with a general framework and concludes with four case vignettes, each  describing a different physiology: metabolic acidosis, metabolic alkalosis, respiratory acidosis and respiratory alkalosis. www.runthelistpodcast.com/nephrology/#acidbase Click here for this episode's handout: http://bit.ly/acidbase_pdf

19mins

25 Oct 2019

Rank #7

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Episode 9: Acute Kidney Injury

In our first nephrology episode, MS4 Emily Gutowski interviews Dr. Sushrut Waikar about acute kidney injury. They discuss a broad differential for AKI, as well as the workup and management of various causes.  www.runthelistpodcast.com/nephrology/#aki Click here for this episode's handout: http://bit.ly/aki_pdf

14mins

20 Sep 2019

Rank #8

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Episode 4: Lower GI Bleed

Dr. Navin Kumar, attending gastroenterologist at Brigham and Women's Hospital, speaks with Dr. Walker Redd as he takes us through the workup, diagnosis, and management of a patient with lower GI bleeding. www.runthelistpodcast.com/gastroenterology/#lgib Click here for this episode's handout: http://bit.ly/lgib_pdf

15mins

15 Aug 2019

Rank #9

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Episode 15: Approach to Urinalysis

In this episode, Dr. Sushrut Waikar takes us through his approach to interpreting a urinalysis. We work through classic patterns, caveats, and discuss when to consider a further workup. This episode is a helpful review of some of the basics with the addition of helpful clinical pearls that will help you on the wards. www.runthelistpodcast.com/nephrology/#urinalysis Click here for this episode's handout: http://bit.ly/urinalysis_pdf

16mins

1 Nov 2019

Rank #10

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Episode 21: Chest Pain, Part 1

In Part 1 of this topic, Emily Gutowski interviews Dr. Zaid Almarzooq, cardiology fellow at Brigham and Women's Hospital, about the evaluation of a patient with chest pain. They discuss a case of a woman in the emergency room with chest pain,  important questions to ask on history, physical exam findings to look out for, as well as the differential diagnosis for chest pain. In Part 2, the topic will conclude with a discussion about diagnostic testing, management, and clinical pearls. www.runthelistpodcast.com/cardiology/#chestpain-1 Click here for this episode's handout: http://bit.ly/chestpain_pdf

14mins

31 Jan 2020

Rank #11

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Episode 7: Biliary Disease

Dr. Navin Kumar is interviewed by Dr. Walker Redd about the workup, diagnosis, and management of a patient with acute cholecystitis. We discuss an overview of the types and terminology of biliary pathology, and conclude with a few clinical pearls you can take with you to the wards. www.runthelistpodcast.com/gastroenterology/#biliary Click here for this episode's handout: http://bit.ly/biliary_pdf

13mins

6 Sep 2019

Rank #12

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Episode 23: Atrial Fibrillation

Balim Senman, second-year internal medicine resident at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, interviews Zaid Almarzooq, cardiology fellow, about atrial fibrillation. They work through a case presentation and talk about common precipitants and risks of this arrhythmia. This episode also includes a discussion about when to pursue cardioversion, how to decide on anticoagulation therapy, as well as rate versus rhythm control. The episode concludes with a helpful mnemonic and three take-home points. https://www.runthelistpodcast.com/cardiology/#atrialfibrillation Click here for this episode's handout: http://bit.ly/afib_pdf

13mins

28 Feb 2020

Rank #13

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Episode 12: Hyponatremia

Dr. Ankit Patel is interviewed by MS4 Emily Gutowski about the management of a patient with hyponatremia. They talk through a framework for thinking about potential etiologies, and delve into the range of treatments depending on symptoms and chronicity. www.runthelistpodcast.com/nephrology/#hyponatremia Click here for this episode's handout: http://bit.ly/hyponatremia_pdf

19mins

11 Oct 2019

Rank #14

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Episode 10: Hyperkalemia

Dr. Ankit Patel is interviewed by Emily Gutowski about hyperkalemia. They discuss a framework to determine potential etiologies, and work through the steps to stabilize and treat patients with elevated potassium. The episode concludes with a few clinical pearls. www.runthelistpodcast.com/nephrology/#hyperkalemia Click here for this episode's handout: http://bit.ly/hyperkalemia_pdf

19mins

27 Sep 2019

Rank #15

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Episode 20: Non-Invasive Evaluation of Chest Pain

In this episode, Dr. Navin Kumar interviews Dr. Sanjay Divakaran, cardiology fellow at Brigham and Women's Hospital, about his approach to a non-invasive evaluation of chest pain. They discuss how to think about a patient's pre-test probability to help guide diagnostic testing, as well as guidelines in interpreting reports and how to counsel patients about chest pain. As always, the episode concludes with a few clinical pearls to take with you.  www.runthelistpodcast.com/cardiology/#noninvasive Click here for this episode's handout: http://bit.ly/noninvasive_pdf

15mins

17 Jan 2020

Rank #16

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Episode 11: Hypokalemia

In this episode, Emily Gutowski interviews Dr. Ankit Patel about hypokalemia. They discuss a patient case, as well as the framework for thinking about the potential etiologies of low potassium. www.runthelistpodcast.com/nephrology/#hypokalemia Click here for this episode's handout: http://bit.ly/hypokalemia_pdf

13mins

4 Oct 2019

Rank #17

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Episode 22: Chest Pain, Part 2

In Part 2, Emily Gutowski continues her interview with Dr. Zaid Almarzooq, cardiology fellow at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, about evaluating a patient with chest pain. They discuss diagnostic testing and management, include a helpful mnemonic, and conclude the episode with a few clinical pearls. www.runthelistpodcast.com/cardiology/#chestpain-2 Click here for this episode's handout: http://bit.ly/chestpain_pdf

14mins

7 Feb 2020

Rank #18

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Episode 13: Hypernatremia

Emily Gutowski interviews Dr. Ankit Patel about the workup and management of a patient with hypernatremia. They break down this complex problem into four simple categories and work through the treatment of patients with elevated sodium levels. www.runthelistpodcast.com/nephrology/#hypernatremia Click here for this episode's handout: http://bit.ly/hypernatremia_pdf

14mins

18 Oct 2019

Rank #19

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Episode 8: Careers in Gastroenterology

In the final episode of our GI chapter, Dr. Navin Kumar is interviewed by Dr. Walker Redd about career options in gastroenterology. Dr. Kumar discusses what got him interested in GI, his own  path, and the diversity of options available through a gastroenterology career. He concludes with advice for medical students and early residents considering gastroenterology. www.runthelistpodcast.com/gastroenterology/#careersingi

10mins

13 Sep 2019

Rank #20