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Your ER Experience Featured
Language Interpreters in the ER
Language Interpreters in the ER
Guest(s):Ann Bagchi, PhD
Topic:A Trip to the ER
Topic Info:Dr. Ann Bagchi joins the show. She is co-author of a new research article in the Annals of Emergency Medicine about Medical Interpreters in the ER and how it can impact your health. She will discuss racial and ethnic health care disparities for low inco ...
Original Air Date:7 / 30 / 2010
The Dangers of Prescription Drug Abuse
The Dangers of Prescription Drug Abuse
Guest(s):Jay Kaplan, MD
Topic:Prescription Drug Monitoring in the ER
Topic Info:Practicing ER Physician and ACEP’s outstanding speaker of the year in 2003, Dr. Jay Kaplan joins the show to discuss the growing problem of prescription drug abuse and how it goes further than just celebrities nowadays. Dr. Kaplan will explain the warni ...
Original Air Date:7 / 2 / 2010
Fireworks Safety
Fireworks Safety
Guest(s):Dr. Kathleen Cowling
Topic:4th of July and Summer Fireworks Safety Tips
Topic Info:The American College of Emergency Physician's (ACEP) current Vice President, Dr. Kathleen Cowling joins the show to discuss the importance of fireworks safety this summer, particularly over the 4th of July weekend. She will provide tips to keep your fami ...
Original Air Date:7 / 2 / 2010
Pool Safety and Drowning
Pool Safety and Drowning
Guest(s):Dr. Bruce Bonanno
Topic:Summer Safety and the ER
Topic Info:As the Summer heats up, more people are at the pools. What can be done to keep them safe? Dr. Bruce Bonanno from Meadowlands Hospital joins the show to discuss how to stay safe this summer at the beach and by the pool.
Original Air Date:6 / 4 / 2010
Avoiding Heat Illness
Avoiding Heat Illness
Guest(s):Dr. Ryan Stanton
Topic:Summer Safety and the ER
Topic Info:Dr. Ryan Stanton from the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center joins the show to explain the dangers of heat stroke, sunburn and heat related illnesses. What can people do to stay safe while still enjoying the Summer fun and sun?
Original Air Date:6 / 4 / 2010
Bike Helmet Safety
Bike Helmet Safety
Guest(s):Richard O’Brien, MD, FACEP
Topic:Summer Safety and the ER
Topic Info:Dr. Richard O'Brien, Attending Emergency Physician at Moses Taylor Hospital in Scranton, PA joins the show to talk about ACEP’s release on bike helmet safety and why it is as important for adults to wear helmets as kids.
Original Air Date:6 / 4 / 2010
Emergency Physicians Struggle To Provide Dental Care When No One Else Will
Emergency Physicians Struggle To Provide Dental Care When No One Else Will
Guest(s):Maryn McKenna
Topic:Summer Safety and the ER
Topic Info:Journalist and author, Maryn McKenna joins the show to discuss the article she wrote in the June 2010 Annals of Emergency Medicine entitled “The Root of the Problem: ERs Struggle to Provide Dental Care When No One Else Will.”
Original Air Date:6 / 4 / 2010
National Dog Bite Prevention Week,
National Dog Bite Prevention Week,
Guest(s):Alison S. Tothy, M.D., FAAP
Topic:National Dog Bite Prevention Week,
Topic Info:4.5 million Americans are bitten by dogs each year, and one in five dog bites results in injuries that require medical attention. There are ways to make dog bites less likely and to help prevent children from being bitten by dogs. Alison S. Tothy, M.D ...
Original Air Date:5 / 12 / 2010
State of Emergency Medicine Today Featured
Emergency Care Today Under Universal Healthcare
Emergency Care Today Under Universal Healthcare
Guest(s):Stephen K. Epstein, MD, MPP, FACEP
Topic:Healthcare Reform: Emergency Medicine
Topic Info:Emergency Attending for Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Dr. Stephen K. Epstein joins the show to discuss what has been happening in ER's around MA after they enacted Universal healthcare and what implications it may have for our new national healthc ...
Original Air Date:5 / 7 / 2010
Distracted Driving: The Legislative Perspective
Distracted Driving:   The Legislative Perspective
Guest(s):Dan Morhaim, M.D.
Topic:Driving While Texting: An ER Physicians Nightmare
Topic Info:The Honorable Dr. Daniel Morhaim joins Dr. Leigh to discuss the legislative perspective behind prevention of distracted driving in MD. Dr. Morhaim brings a unique perspective as both and emergency doc and an elected member of the MD State House of Delegat ...
Original Air Date:5 / 7 / 2010
Distracted Driving: A Preventable Trauma Featured
Top Poison Risks in The Home
Top Poison Risks in The Home
Guest(s):Dr.Carl Baum, MD, FAAP, FACMT
Topic:Poison Prevention and Treatment Tips
Topic Info:Each year, approximately 2.4 million people – more than half under age 6 – swallow or have contact with a poisonous substance. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has some important tips to prevent and to treat exposures to poison. Most poi ...
Original Air Date:3 / 17 / 2010
Signs and Symptoms of Poisoning
Signs and Symptoms of Poisoning
Guest(s):Dr.Carl Baum, MD, FAAP, FACMT
Topic:Poison Prevention and Treatment Tips
Topic Info:Each year, approximately 2.4 million people – more than half under age 6 – swallow or have contact with a poisonous substance. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has some important tips to prevent and to treat exposures to poison. Most poi ...
Original Air Date:3 / 17 / 2010
Green Products: Are They Considered Safe?
Green Products: Are They Considered Safe?
Guest(s):Dr.Carl Baum, MD, FAAP, FACMT
Topic:Poison Prevention and Treatment Tips
Topic Info:Each year, approximately 2.4 million people – more than half under age 6 – swallow or have contact with a poisonous substance. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has some important tips to prevent and to treat exposures to poison. Most poi ...
Original Air Date:3 / 17 / 2010
Tips To Poison Proof Your Home and Protect Your Children
Tips To Poison Proof Your Home and Protect Your Children
Guest(s):Dr.Carl Baum, MD, FAAP, FACMT
Topic:Poison Prevention and Treatment Tips
Topic Info:Each year, approximately 2.4 million people – more than half under age 6 – swallow or have contact with a poisonous substance. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has some important tips to prevent and to treat exposures to poison. Most poi ...
Original Air Date:3 / 17 / 2010
Winter Health and First Aid Safety Tips
Winter Health and First Aid Safety Tips
Guest(s):Deborah Ann Mulligan, MD FAAP FACEP
Topic:Holiday and Winter Safety
Topic Info:Whether winter brings severe storms, light dustings or just cold temperatures, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has some valuable tips on how to keep your children safe and warm. The holidays are an exciting time of year for kids, and to help ...
Original Air Date:12 / 16 / 2009
Sudden Cardiac Arrest: Know the Warning Signs! Featured
Top Injury Risks and How to Avoid Them - Part 1
Top Injury Risks and How to Avoid Them - Part 1
Guest(s):Deborah Ann Mulligan, MD FAAP FACEP
Topic:Pediatric Emergencies: Every Parents Worst Nightmare
Topic Info:Pediatric Emergencies is one of the scariest parts of being a parent. When your child gets hurt, you must play doctor and assess how bad is the injury, do you rush your child to the emergency room or can you treat it at home. Dr. Deborah Ann Mulligan ...
Original Air Date:10 / 21 / 2009
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