COVID Minutes

COVID Minutes

UT Health Office of CME is pleased to offer its first educational podcast commencing with the topic of Covid-19. Insights and updates from UT faculty experts will be discussed and provided to healthcare professionals who are involved in the care of patients with Covid-19. These on-demand podcasts are ideal for those on the go learners who want to stay up to date on emerging information of Covid-19.

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July 7, 2021 23 min

This podcast discusses the thrombotic complications of COVID-19 and describe the effects of COVID-19 on the heart. It will also compare and contrast the types of myocarditis related to COVID-19.

This educational activity is designed to meet the educational goals of physicians and other healthcare professionals specializing in infectious diseases, family and community medicine, internal medicine, emergency medicine, and all those i...

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The podcast addresses the rates of COVID vaccinations by state, in the US and worldwide. Where are we with vaccinations and are we still at risk from COVID surges.  Will also identify the risks for recurring surges of COVID and to list some reasons to increase vaccination rates.

 

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This podcast addresses the lingering symptoms that occur and remain after an episode of COVID.  Common problem experienced by patients with PASC are discussed and recommendation for common symptoms are provided. 

 

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Dr. Phil Ponce reflects on the progression of COVID treatments one year in, and discusses the biggest advances in the treatment for COVID-19 over the past year.  Lessons learned from the ACT2 trial study are discussed as well as lessons learned from other trials.  Preliminary studies on monulpiravir, and oral antiviral drug, is also discussed. 

 

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This episode describes monoclonal antibodies bamlanivimab and casirivimab/imdevimab and the FDA Emergency Use Authorization for these agents. Criteria for use, including patients who are eligible and not eligible for this therapy are discussed, and potential benefits of therapy.  The Regional Infusion Center, a unique collaboration between the Regional Advisory Council, San Antonio Fire and EMS, and local hospitals, is described an...

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December 9, 2020 24 min

This podcast discusses the latest updates on vaccine trials to include the development processes used for the leading vaccine candidates.   Strategies for the development of these vaccines is discussed and the timeline for vaccine distribution is also outlined. Finally, Dr. Taylor discusses what our world will look like once vaccines are available.     This educational activity is designed to meet the educational goals of physicia...

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This is a conversation with Dr. Ruth Berggren, Professor of Medicine/Infectious Diseases and Director, Center for Medical Humanities and Ethics at UT Health San Antonio, regarding outpatient management strategies for COVID-19.  General recommendations are discussed, as well as the use of monoclonal antibodies and the off-label use of supplements and medications for which there is some preliminary data.

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This podcast discusses testing strategies and updates as well as prevention strategies for COVID-19 to include PCR testing, antigen testing and the role of antibody testing.  COVID-19 infection control and lessons learned is also discussed. 

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This podcast discusses new and emerging therapies for COVID-19 to include the efficacy of the antiviral remdesivir and it use in COVID-19 patients as well as other candidate treatments currently being studied for COVID-19 hospitalized patients.  The potential role of monoclonal antibodies in COVID-19 treatment is also discussed. This educational activity is designed to meet the educational goals of physicians and other healthcare ...

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