Ryan Stanton, MD, the creator of Everyday Medicine for Physicians, reviews the emergency medicine literature to report findings to make your practice easier. Each short podcast highlights the essentials you need to know. Dr. Stanton is the medical director of emergency medicine at UK Good Samaritan Hospital, an EP at UK Chandler Medical Center, and an assistant professor of emergency medicine at the University of Kentucky in Lexington. He is also the “Doc On-Call” for WTVQ TV, the president-elect of Kentucky ACEP, and a member of the Public-Media Relations Committee for national ACEP. His podcasts on Everyday Medicine for Physicians focus on health topics for patients.
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June 2019: The Other Side of Health Care
30:55After several of family members were admitted to the hospital, Dr. Ryan Stanton had a new perspective on how the health care system treats patients. And he has ideas about what needs to change, not just in the hospital but in the ED too. Listen to his podcast and share your thoughts with him at [email protected].
Oseltamivir Redux with Ehud Sarlin, MD
27:00Drs. Stanton and Sarlin agree that Tamiflu just isn’t worth it for most patients. Listen in as they talk about whether it makes sense to get the vaccine once you get the flu, what to tell patients about avoiding the flu in the first place, and how oseltamivir was resurrected from the dead.