PodMed is a weekly podcast from Johns Hopkins Drug. In it, Elizabeth Tracey, president of electronic road for Johns Hopkins Cure-all, and Rick Lange, MD, professor of pharmaceutical at Johns Hopkins and fault chairman of physic at the University of Texas Body Science Center at San Antonio, look at the top medical fables of the week.
This week’s arguments include proviso for cardiac skirt surgery, shoe splits for knee arthritis, worsting a genetic propensity for diabetes, and a low-risk ankle customs.
0:46 Insoles for knee osteoarthritis
1:42 Bigger look for exchange useful?
2:05 Low-risk ankle approach
3:05 Educate physicians to how repeatedly x-ray needed
4:05 At ton 10% of patients die for
4:50 Provision in CABG
5:53 Blood drive cuff to arm intensified
6:53 Humoral determinants released into blood stream?
7:35 Diabetes genetic endangerment and diet
8:35 Merest typical of genetic obligation
9:35 You had to adhere to intake