UF Health MedEd Cast

UF Health MedEd Cast

Earn CME credits while learning about trending clinical topics and research advances from UF Health Shands Hospital experts.

Episodes

June 4, 2021
Zeina Al-Mansour MD discusses advances in malignant hematology. She shares the role of precision medicine and molecular-targeted therapy in malignant hematology practice. She examines the role of immune-oncology in the treatment of blood malignancies and walks us through novel immune-based therapeutics: BiTEs, Checkpoint inhibitors, and CAR-T cell therapy.
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Wai Lang Lau, MD discusses the histology and pathological scoring of IgA glomerulonephritis. She helps us to understand the genetics and pathophysiology as well as the heterogeneity of phenotype and she explains the latest treatment options – present and future.
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Zeina Al-Mansour MD discusses the unique aspects of cancer care in elderly patients. He shares the latest information on anti-tumor immunity & aging, the importance of assessment of functional status and quality of life consideration and the emerging role comprehensive geriatric assessment in oncology practice.
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Paul Crispen M.D defines recurrence rates in stage I bladder cancer. He characterizes established methods to decrease disease recurrence and helps us to recognize barriers to implementing methods that would improve outcomes.
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In this panel discussion, Janice Taylor MD and Sam Cheng MD describe common conditions leading to pediatric short bowel syndrome and intestinal failure. They help us to understand the surgical and medical options for managing pediatric intestinal failure and they share the importance of multidisciplinary care in pediatric intestinal failure patients.
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Robin Petroze MD and Erin Murray APRN discuss the role of bowel management programs in pediatric patients with colorectal conditions. They help us to understand the role of a bowel management program in pediatric colorectal conditions. They offer specific approaches to bowel management in patients with anorectal malformations and Hirschsprung disease and they explore surgical options available for pediatric patients with longstandi...
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Saleem Islam MD, MPH helps us understand the role of the autonomic nervous system in controlling intestinal function. He shares the role of Neuromodulation in conditions affecting the gastrointestinal tract and speaks about an algorithm by which to consider referral of patients for neuromodulation.
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Saleem Islam MD, MPH and Genie Beasley MD walk us through a multidisciplinary approach to pediatric inflammatory bowel disease. They help us to better appreciate and understand the features and presentation of IBD in children and to develop the ability to differentiate between Crohn and Ulcerative Colitis. The share a framework for the standard and higher level of therapy for children with IBD and the role for potential surgical ma...
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Jeremy Archer MD, MS, FAAP discusses cardiac complications, sports, and return to play after COVID-19. He shares the cardiovascular complications of COVID-19 in the child and adolescent population. He applies the latest guidelines for return to play after COVID-19 and he offers the latest info on return to play after COVID-19 in a broader context of sports pre-participation evaluation.
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March 10, 2021
Kevin Campbell M.D discusses male infertility. He shares the initial steps in the workup of male infertility. He explores medical therapies that may be offered to men to optimize fertility and he offers surgical options available to improve or restore male fertility.
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Giridhar  Kalamangalam, MD evaluates surgical options for medically refractory epilepsy. He helps to identify patients who may benefit from invasive EEG (SEEG) studies and helps us to understand the principles, benefits and limitations of SEEG.
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George Arnaoutakis MD discusses surgical repair of bicuspid aortic valve. He helps us to understand the epidemiology and clinical features of Bicuspid Aortic Valve (BAV) Syndrome. He reviews current guidelines for surgical intervention in BAV. He identifies optimal patient candidates for aortic valve repair. He offers an overview of technical aspects and predictors for successful aortic valve repair and he summarizes contemporary o...
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Brian Ramnaraign M.D. discusses the clinical indications for screening colonoscopy in young adults. He touches on risk factors and treatment options available for young adults diagnosed with colorectal cancer.
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Julio Leey, MD, MsC. Discusses continuous glucose monitoring in clinical practice. He gives us an overview of diabetes technology, the clinical Indications of CGM and insulin pumps, and what’s important to note during the interpretation of CGM data.
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In this panel, Azra Bihorac MD, MS, FCCM, FASN and Tezcan Ozrazgat Baslanti Ph.D discuss the clinical trajectories of acute kidney injury in surgical sepsis. They define and classify trajectories of acute kidney Injury. They share the prevalence of persistent AKI and persistent AKI without renal recovery after sepsis and they examine how the clinical characteristics, resource utilization, hospital and long-term outcomes differ betw...
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Calvin Choi M.D., M.S., FACC, FSCAI discusses Chronic Total Occlusion Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (CTO PCI). He reviews pertinent data and shares indications for CTO PCI. He focuses on the factors that play into the decision to pursue CTO PCI and why proper patient selection is critical as he examines contemporary strategy and technique for CTO PCI.
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Kenneth Cusi, M.D., F.A.C.P., F.A.C.E. joins the show to help us to understand the mechanisms leading to NAFLD and the role of obesity and type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). He shares the diagnostic difficulties regarding NAFLD and he reviews current treatment modalities and future developments in the field.
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In this panel discussion, Ki Park M.D and Kirsten Freeman M.D define common cardiovascular diseases in women. They characterize when a disease process needs intervention and help us to recognize the differences when treating women with cardiovascular disease. They offer various treatment options for women that are diagnosed with cardiovascular disease.
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Thomas Beaver M.D., M.P.H and William Miles M.D., FACC discuss hybrid treatment approaches for Atrial Fibrillation. They review the types of Atrial Fibrillation including Paroxysmal and Persistent. They share treatment approaches as they introduce hybrid ablation: combining catheter and minimally invasive surgery for Atrial Fibrillation.
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Shawn Larson M.D., FACS, and Lauren Indelicato DNP, APRN help us to recognize that pediatric trauma and burn injury is a significant public health issue. Listen in as they share the reasons why children require a specialized approach and adequate resources for burn injury. They discuss the principles of specialized pediatric burn management and they offer directions for future research and where important improvements can be made.
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