Posts Tagged ‘myocardial infarction’

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May 14th, 2011

Podcast 121: NSAIDs Unsafe at Any Dose after MI

Guidelines warn about using NSAIDs after myocardial infarction, and a 10-year look-back study from Denmark shows that the warning should be even louder. Whereas current AHA guidelines advise using NSAIDs after MI for the briefest possible time, the Danish study, published last week in Circulation, finds that the risks for death and reinfarction begin within […]


April 23rd, 2010

Podcast 84: One year later, what have we learned from 2009 H1N1? A conversation with Richard Wenzel.

I’d forgotten that it’s only been a year since 2009 H1N1 (remember when we called it “swine flu”?) struck, but then I saw Richard Wenzel’s op-ed essay in the New York Times. Dr. Wenzel kindly agreed to a conversation, and that’s our offering this week. Interview-related links: Wenzel’s op-ed piece in the New York Times CDC’s estimates […]


March 20th, 2009

Podcast 35: Clinical Conversations reprises an interview with Mary Tinetti about falls in the elderly.

Clinical Conversations, the podcast formerly known as Admitting Diagnosis, offers this week a reprise interview from last summer: Mary Tinetti talks about preventing falls in the elderly. Call 1-617-440-4374 to leave a suggestion. Let’s hear from you. Links: Prostate Cancer Screening Controversy Not Dead Yet Diabetics and Patients over 65 Show Bigger Survival Benefit from CABG […]


April 18th, 2008

Podcast 1: Interview with Dr. John Douglas of the CDC’s Division of STD Prevention

John Douglas, director of the CDC’s Division of STD Prevention, discusses with editors Howard Bauchner and Joe Elia the implications of a finding that 1 in 4 young women in the U.S. has a sexually transmitted disease. [News] http://firstwatch.jwatch.org/cgi/content/full/2008/418/1 http://firstwatch.jwatch.org/cgi/content/full/2008/415/1 http://aids-clinical-care.jwatch.org/cgi/content/full/2008/414/1 [Outro] http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2008-04/uocp-ftc033108.php


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