Diane Calello, MD, executive and medical director of the New Jersey Poison Control Center at Rutgers News Jersey Medical School, discusses the role of pediatricians and poison control centers in preventing common poisonings among pediatric patients.
A 41-year-old man presented to our emergency department with weight loss, abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting over a 6 month period.
Diane Calello, MD, executive and medical director of the New Jersey Poison Control Center at Rutgers News Jersey Medical School, overviews common types and causes of poisonings in toddlers, children, and adolescents, including drugs of abuse, medications in the household, and social media challenges.
Molly Jeffery, PhD, from the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, details a practice that may be undermining patients’ decision-making regarding whether or not to visit emergency care, and discusses her research on a potential solution.
In this podcast, Frank LoVecchio, MD, discusses how treatment of community-acquired bacterial pneumonia is managed in the outpatient setting, and the challenges that come with outpatient management of these patients. This podcast is part 2 of a 3-part series on unmet needs in treatment of CABP.
Dr Cennimo discusses serious health complications that can arise from acquiring influenza virus, as well as vulnerable populations that are the most susceptible to these complications.
In this podcast, Dr Nyenhuis discusses the compounded burdens of obesity and food insecurity in rural United States, designing a culinary nutrition session for families affected by these burdens, and the resources available to nutritionists and dietitians in rural areas.
In this podcast, Sri Banerjee, MD, PhD, MPH, MAS, speaks about the effect of smoking status on the association between diabetes and cardiovascular mortality, including how social factors impact tobacco use, how smoking cessation can decrease mortality from diabetes, and how diabetes can interact with other risk factors to affect cardiovascular health. He presented a poster abstract on this topic at the ADCES21 annual conference.
In this soundbite, William Schaffner, MD, speaks about the need for a safe and effective vaccine against cytomegalovirus infection to prevent congenital cytomegalovirus, including the potential of using a messenger RNA vaccine. This topic was presented at the 2021 virtual Annual Conference on Vaccinology Research sponsored by the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases.
In this podcast, Frank LoVecchio, MD, discusses typical and atypical presentations of community-acquired bacterial pneumonia (CABP), as well as important considerations for health care providers when determining the site of care for these patients. This podcast is part 1 of a 3-part series on unmet needs in treatment of CABP.