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Three medical students take you on a retrospective and subjective review of high-yield concepts in medicine.

Latest Episodes

Veterinary tranquilizers and sea voyages

What happens when you get splashed in the eyes with a veterinary tranquilizer intended for African elephants? This week on Recall Bias we're talking about opioids: nomenclature, potency, mechanisms, rare but high yield adverse effects, as well as reversal agents.We also explore the world's most common toxin-related seafood poisoning and the "Lake Wobegon effect" for EBM.

69 MIN2019 MAY 6
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Veterinary tranquilizers and sea voyages

Special K and action potentials

Cocaine and wide complex tachycardia, CPR on television, which medications end up in breast milk, and practical tips for using ketamine in procedural sedation.

54 MIN2019 APR 29
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Special K and action potentials

CT scans and owl eyes

A deep dive into CT scanning, overdiagnosis, 'allow natural death' instead of do not resuscitate, and some messages from the illustrious law firm of Reed & Sternberg.

73 MIN2019 APR 23
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CT scans and owl eyes

HIV and millet seeds

A brief history of HIV, AIDS-defining illnesses, fungal infections, disseminated tuberculosis, PrEP, writing your name on test tubes, and Alex tells us about contracting giardia and whether he recommends the experience (spoiler: he doesn't).

69 MIN2019 APR 15
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HIV and millet seeds

Fever over 107F

Fevers over 107 degrees, covert duplication of clinical trial data, norovirus as the perfect human pathogen, smallpox, fulminant liver disease, and more.

55 MIN2019 APR 8
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Fever over 107F

Gonorrhea and parachutes

Exploding dental fillings, zoonoses, skin infections, antibiotic sledgehammers, forgotten encephalitis, treating syphilis with malaria, multi-drug resistant gonorrhea, and questioning the evidence for parachutes.

93 MIN2019 APR 2
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Gonorrhea and parachutes

Sepsis and cranberry juice

Infectious disease word association, surviving sepsis, cranberry juice for UTIs, syphilis on the rise, and when back pain isn't just back pain.

86 MIN2019 MAR 4
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Sepsis and cranberry juice

Influenza and isopropyl

Felonious fingers, defensible disclosures, mendacious medications, diseases of dentists, alcohol aromatherapy, and pay-for-play at the CDC

71 MIN2019 FEB 25
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Influenza and isopropyl

Tetanus and snakes

Drilling bone, three sheets to the wind, the deadliest neurotoxins known, and the best antipsychotic drug you'll never get to use.

90 MIN2019 FEB 24
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Tetanus and snakes

Heme Onc + DOACs

Danish ditzels, cognitive effects of radiation, benevolent drug companies, and clinical trials dirtiness that'd make a vaskebjørn need to wash its hands.

92 MIN2019 FEB 17
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Heme Onc + DOACs

Latest Episodes

Veterinary tranquilizers and sea voyages

What happens when you get splashed in the eyes with a veterinary tranquilizer intended for African elephants? This week on Recall Bias we're talking about opioids: nomenclature, potency, mechanisms, rare but high yield adverse effects, as well as reversal agents.We also explore the world's most common toxin-related seafood poisoning and the "Lake Wobegon effect" for EBM.

69 MIN2019 MAY 6
Comments
Veterinary tranquilizers and sea voyages

Special K and action potentials

Cocaine and wide complex tachycardia, CPR on television, which medications end up in breast milk, and practical tips for using ketamine in procedural sedation.

54 MIN2019 APR 29
Comments
Special K and action potentials

CT scans and owl eyes

A deep dive into CT scanning, overdiagnosis, 'allow natural death' instead of do not resuscitate, and some messages from the illustrious law firm of Reed & Sternberg.

73 MIN2019 APR 23
Comments
CT scans and owl eyes

HIV and millet seeds

A brief history of HIV, AIDS-defining illnesses, fungal infections, disseminated tuberculosis, PrEP, writing your name on test tubes, and Alex tells us about contracting giardia and whether he recommends the experience (spoiler: he doesn't).

69 MIN2019 APR 15
Comments
HIV and millet seeds

Fever over 107F

Fevers over 107 degrees, covert duplication of clinical trial data, norovirus as the perfect human pathogen, smallpox, fulminant liver disease, and more.

55 MIN2019 APR 8
Comments
Fever over 107F

Gonorrhea and parachutes

Exploding dental fillings, zoonoses, skin infections, antibiotic sledgehammers, forgotten encephalitis, treating syphilis with malaria, multi-drug resistant gonorrhea, and questioning the evidence for parachutes.

93 MIN2019 APR 2
Comments
Gonorrhea and parachutes

Sepsis and cranberry juice

Infectious disease word association, surviving sepsis, cranberry juice for UTIs, syphilis on the rise, and when back pain isn't just back pain.

86 MIN2019 MAR 4
Comments
Sepsis and cranberry juice

Influenza and isopropyl

Felonious fingers, defensible disclosures, mendacious medications, diseases of dentists, alcohol aromatherapy, and pay-for-play at the CDC

71 MIN2019 FEB 25
Comments
Influenza and isopropyl

Tetanus and snakes

Drilling bone, three sheets to the wind, the deadliest neurotoxins known, and the best antipsychotic drug you'll never get to use.

90 MIN2019 FEB 24
Comments
Tetanus and snakes

Heme Onc + DOACs

Danish ditzels, cognitive effects of radiation, benevolent drug companies, and clinical trials dirtiness that'd make a vaskebjørn need to wash its hands.

92 MIN2019 FEB 17
Comments
Heme Onc + DOACs
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