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Hospital and Internal Medicine Podcast

Gil Porat, M.D., FACP, CPT

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Hospital and Internal Medicine Podcast

Hospital and Internal Medicine Podcast

Gil Porat, M.D., FACP, CPT

59
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88
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Intended for the medical professional who enjoys learning for the sake of it. Dr. Porat is a practicing Colorado Hospitalist and Board Certified in Internal Medicine.

Latest Episodes

Acute Severe Hypertension - part 3

Did you know that intravenous labetalol and oral labetalol are not really similar? The great hydralazine debate. Things you must know about Clevidipine if you are going to use it.

14 MINAPR 28
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Acute Severe Hypertension - part 3

Acute Severe Hypertension - part 1

14 MINAPR 29
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Acute Severe Hypertension - part 1

Acute Severe Hypertension - part 2

Multiple treatment issues are discussed. This includes theoretical ideal blood pressure lowering rates, oral options (for hypertensive urgency and specific populations), intravenous options (for hypertensive emergency or NPO patients), specific issues with aortic dissection, coronary syndromes, acute pulmonary edema & heart failure, labetalol, esmolol, nitroglycerin, and nitroprusside.

16 MINAPR 29
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Acute Severe Hypertension - part 2

A Plea For The Middle Ground With Covid19

14 MINAPR 25
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A Plea For The Middle Ground With Covid19

Interesting Studies, Facts, & Opinions - April 2020 edition

If you wonder why good food is more important than mortality and why ordering too many unnecessary consults worsens the food and doesn't impact mortality - this episode is for you. Tramadol is not well understood by many prescribers and there are some emerging facts we all need to know. A flashback to diuretic use in congestive heart failure with fluid overload and elevated creatinine is also discussed somewhere in the mix. Ohhh...and stop systematically prescribing nicotine replacement at high dosages for all hospitalized smokers. Stevens JP, Hatfield LA, Nyweide DJ, Landon B. Association of Variation in Consultant Use Among Hospitalist Physicians With Outcomes Among Medicare Beneficiaries. JAMAFebruary21, 2020 “Twenty Common Mistakes Made in Daily Clinical Practice” American Journal of Medicine 2020:133(01):1-3 Cristobal Young, Xinxiang Chen, Patients as Consumers in the Market for Medicine: The Halo Effect of Hospitality, Social Forces Tramadol is an odd, unpredictable opioid, ...

13 MINAPR 24
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Interesting Studies, Facts, & Opinions - April 2020 edition

Balkan Reflections Forged By A Virus Lockdown

World War I was partly triggered by powerful allies of various nationalities being dragged into a Balkan conflict (nationalism, of course, was another major factor). The more recent Balkan conflict is even more preposterous - and here is my attempt to humorously explain the unexplainable.

10 MINAPR 23
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Balkan Reflections Forged By A Virus Lockdown

Recent Interesting Internal Medicine Studies and Facts - December 2019

Correcting Hypernatremia in adults (finally, a real study!). An option for that scary patient with hemoptysis. How many nephrons you have (and your patient has) - it matters.

18 MIN2019 DEC 11
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Recent Interesting Internal Medicine Studies and Facts - December 2019

Anemia of Inflammation - finally understand this common anemia that accomplished doctors often can't explain

Anemia of Inflammation is also often referred to as Anemia of Chronic Disease. It is one of the most common anemias, yet often challenging to comprehend. This is an attempt is to try and simplify it.

9 MIN2019 OCT 1
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Anemia of Inflammation - finally understand this common anemia that accomplished doctors often can't explain

Anemia of Inflammation - part 2

If you know why red blood cells survive less (and are made less) during inflammatory conditions, and already know why ferritin increases in inflammation, and don't want to hear a lousy Iron Man plot idea - then you are good to go on skipping this episode.

7 MIN2019 OCT 1
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Anemia of Inflammation - part 2

Anemia of Inflammation - part 3

8 MIN2019 SEP 30
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Anemia of Inflammation - part 3

Latest Episodes

Acute Severe Hypertension - part 3

Did you know that intravenous labetalol and oral labetalol are not really similar? The great hydralazine debate. Things you must know about Clevidipine if you are going to use it.

14 MINAPR 28
Comments
Acute Severe Hypertension - part 3

Acute Severe Hypertension - part 1

14 MINAPR 29
Comments
Acute Severe Hypertension - part 1

Acute Severe Hypertension - part 2

Multiple treatment issues are discussed. This includes theoretical ideal blood pressure lowering rates, oral options (for hypertensive urgency and specific populations), intravenous options (for hypertensive emergency or NPO patients), specific issues with aortic dissection, coronary syndromes, acute pulmonary edema & heart failure, labetalol, esmolol, nitroglycerin, and nitroprusside.

16 MINAPR 29
Comments
Acute Severe Hypertension - part 2

A Plea For The Middle Ground With Covid19

14 MINAPR 25
Comments
A Plea For The Middle Ground With Covid19

Interesting Studies, Facts, & Opinions - April 2020 edition

If you wonder why good food is more important than mortality and why ordering too many unnecessary consults worsens the food and doesn't impact mortality - this episode is for you. Tramadol is not well understood by many prescribers and there are some emerging facts we all need to know. A flashback to diuretic use in congestive heart failure with fluid overload and elevated creatinine is also discussed somewhere in the mix. Ohhh...and stop systematically prescribing nicotine replacement at high dosages for all hospitalized smokers. Stevens JP, Hatfield LA, Nyweide DJ, Landon B. Association of Variation in Consultant Use Among Hospitalist Physicians With Outcomes Among Medicare Beneficiaries. JAMAFebruary21, 2020 “Twenty Common Mistakes Made in Daily Clinical Practice” American Journal of Medicine 2020:133(01):1-3 Cristobal Young, Xinxiang Chen, Patients as Consumers in the Market for Medicine: The Halo Effect of Hospitality, Social Forces Tramadol is an odd, unpredictable opioid, ...

13 MINAPR 24
Comments
Interesting Studies, Facts, & Opinions - April 2020 edition

Balkan Reflections Forged By A Virus Lockdown

World War I was partly triggered by powerful allies of various nationalities being dragged into a Balkan conflict (nationalism, of course, was another major factor). The more recent Balkan conflict is even more preposterous - and here is my attempt to humorously explain the unexplainable.

10 MINAPR 23
Comments
Balkan Reflections Forged By A Virus Lockdown

Recent Interesting Internal Medicine Studies and Facts - December 2019

Correcting Hypernatremia in adults (finally, a real study!). An option for that scary patient with hemoptysis. How many nephrons you have (and your patient has) - it matters.

18 MIN2019 DEC 11
Comments
Recent Interesting Internal Medicine Studies and Facts - December 2019

Anemia of Inflammation - finally understand this common anemia that accomplished doctors often can't explain

Anemia of Inflammation is also often referred to as Anemia of Chronic Disease. It is one of the most common anemias, yet often challenging to comprehend. This is an attempt is to try and simplify it.

9 MIN2019 OCT 1
Comments
Anemia of Inflammation - finally understand this common anemia that accomplished doctors often can't explain

Anemia of Inflammation - part 2

If you know why red blood cells survive less (and are made less) during inflammatory conditions, and already know why ferritin increases in inflammation, and don't want to hear a lousy Iron Man plot idea - then you are good to go on skipping this episode.

7 MIN2019 OCT 1
Comments
Anemia of Inflammation - part 2

Anemia of Inflammation - part 3

8 MIN2019 SEP 30
Comments
Anemia of Inflammation - part 3
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