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ACEPLogo911 - Emergency Talk Radio . . . brought to you by the American College of Emergency Physicians provides important information about life in the ER... and how it affects you or your loved ones. Some of the "best medicine" is being practiced in America's emergency rooms and we bring you the top guests in the field of emergency medicine and trauma care.
HOST: Dr. Leigh Vinocur
DrLeighVinocur911 - Emergency Talk Radio . . . brought to you by the American College of Emergency Physicians provides important information about life in the ER... and how it affects you or your loved ones. Some of the "best medicine" is being practiced in America's emergency rooms and we bring you the top guests in the field of emergency medicine and trauma care.

Hosted by board certified emergency physician, expert, and media personality Dr. Leigh Vinocur, MD. She is a national spokesperson for the American College of Emergency Physicians. Currently she is serving as Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine and Director for Strategic Initiatives at University of Maryland School of Medicine.

According to Dr. Vinocur, "emergency medicine is a microcosm of society as a whole treating all the medical problems and social ills seen in modern life: problems related to obesity, smoking, teen pregnancy, drug abuse, mental illness and domestic violence." This show touches on topics that affect us all.

ACEPLogoDr. Vinocur has been a medical broadcaster for over 12 years, starting her broadcast career as consultant and medical reporter for Baltimore’s NBC affiliate, WBAL TV and the NBC News Channel. She appears regularly on the Fox News Channel, CNN's The Nancy Grace Show and the popular syndicated "Dr. Oz Show." She has been on numerous other national media outlets as a medical expert including CNN’s House Calls, The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch, Inside Edition, the Fox Business Network as well as ABC News and the CBS Early Show. Dr. Vinocur is also a contributor and medical expert for the Dr Oz website.
Find out more about The American College of Emergency Physicians at www.acep.org
There are 148 On Demand Archives in this Category.
What Are Newest Drugs Being Abused?
What Are Newest Drugs Being Abused?
Guest(s):Dr. Ryan Stanton
Topic:Designer Drugs
Topic Info:Dr. Ryan Stanton gives an overview of the newest drugs being abused and what parents and loved ones can look for, and what they can do to help abusers get help.
Original Air Date:1 / 6 / 2012
Are Bath Salts Being Used as a Drug? Featured
Can Text Messaging Save Lives?
Can Text Messaging Save Lives?
Guest(s):Dr. Brian Suffoletto
Topic:Reducing Alcohol Consumption in At-Risk Youth
Topic Info:A new study suggests that text messaging might be an effective way for health care providers to help young adults reduce heavy drinking. The lead study author will join the show to talk about his findings.
Original Air Date:1 / 6 / 2012
More Mental Health Patients in ERs.... Why?
More Mental Health Patients in ERs.... Why?
Guest(s):Dr. Eric Lavonas
Topic:Psych Patients in the Emergency Department
Topic Info:Emergency care is already overburdened. Many emergency physicians have been seeing an increase in the amount of mental health/psychiatric cases in their Eds. What is being seen? Why is this happening? Our expert will be on to explain.
Original Air Date:1 / 2 / 2012
Holiday Stress and Visits to the ER
Holiday Stress and Visits to the ER
Guest(s):Dr. Bruce Lobitz
Topic Info:The holidays are a fun time for many, but a very stressful time for others. A bad economy, loss of job, etc. can cause serious health issues. Our expert will talk about what physicians see in the ER and what advice they can give to help the public to ea ...
Original Air Date:12 / 2 / 2011
Depression During The Holidays
Depression During The Holidays
Guest(s):Dr. Preeti Jois, MD FACEP
Topic:Surviving the Holidays
Topic Info:We dig a little deeper in the depression aspect of holiday stress. Illness, death in a family, divorce, job loss etc. can cause heartache for many. For many, the holidays are a sad time of year and serious depression. Our expert will talk about this in ...
Original Air Date:12 / 2 / 2011
The Holiday Diet
The Holiday Diet
Guest(s):Dr. Rade Vukmir
Topic:Surviving the Holidays
Topic Info:From eating too much, drinking too much alcohol, the holidays can be rough on the body. What are the risks we open ourselves up to and what can you do to decrease them. What are the most common problems emergency physicians see? How can you enjoy the h ...
Original Air Date:12 / 2 / 2011
Toy Safety and Making Sure Kids Don’t Injure Themselves
Toy Safety and Making Sure Kids Don’t Injure Themselves
Guest(s):Dr. Al Sacchetti
Topic:Surviving the Holidays
Topic Info:December is safe toys and gifts months. Toys are fun, but some can be dangerous to children if they are not used properly. Parents listen up! Our expert and will talk about the most common injuries seen in the ER regarding this and will offer advice so ...
Original Air Date:12 / 2 / 2011
Alzheimer's and Hospice End of Life
Alzheimer's and Hospice End of Life
Guest(s):Dr. Mark McIntosh
Topic:End of Life Care, Diabetes, and Thanksgiving
Topic Info:They are decisions no one wants to make. How do you treat a person who may be terminally ill and in their last phase of life? What decisions need to be made? How does this factor into the emergency room setting? What do emergency physicians deal with ...
Original Air Date:11 / 18 / 2011
Managing Pain in the ER
Managing Pain in the ER
Guest(s):Dr. Timothy Platts-Mills
Topic:End of Life Care, Diabetes, and Thanksgiving
Topic Info:Dr. Timothy Platts-Mills recently published a study “Older US emergency department patients are less likely to receive pain medication than younger patients” The author will be on to talk about his research and what we can learn from it.
Original Air Date:11 / 18 / 2011
Diabetic Emergencies
Guest(s):Dr. Robert Silverman
Topic:End of Life Care, Diabetes, and Thanksgiving
Topic Info:Diabetic emergencies are dangerous and possibly deadly. What are emergency physicians seeing? What is diabetes exactly? Is the problem getting worse? How is it affecting America’s emergency departments. Dr. Robert Silverman has a study published in ...
Original Air Date:11 / 18 / 2011
Staying out of the ER this Thanksgiving
Staying out of the ER this Thanksgiving
Guest(s):Dr. Mark Mackey
Topic:End of Life Care, Diabetes, and Thanksgiving
Topic Info:Thanksgiving is around the corner. It’s the time to talk about staying safe and out of the ER. What do you need to do to prevent food-borne illness, injuries (like with a carving knife), etc. Our guest will be on give the breakdown on what you need t ...
Original Air Date:11 / 18 / 2011
Drug Shortage Crisis
Drug Shortage Crisis
Guest(s):Dr. Rick Blum
Topic:Drug Shortages, Substance Abuse and Cold & Flu
Topic Info:Dr. Frederick “Rick” Blum, an ACEP past president will be on the show to discuss the drug shortage crisis that is affecting physicians and patients nationwide. What’s causing it? How bad can it get? What is being done to combat it? How are emergen ...
Original Air Date:11 / 4 / 2011
Substance Abuse in Children
Substance Abuse in Children
Guest(s):Dr. David Ross
Topic:Drug Shortages, Substance Abuse and Cold & Flu
Topic Info:Substance abuse in children is a serious problem that people have been trying to combat for years. The latest news comes from the American Academy of Pediatrics that supports routine screening for substance abuse in kids. Also, a recent study in Annals ...
Original Air Date:11 / 4 / 2011
A Physician's Guide to Cold and Flu Season Featured
Pneumonia
Pneumonia
Guest(s):Dr. Hans House
Topic:Drug Shortages, Substance Abuse and Cold & Flu
Topic Info:One of the main complications of the flu (one that can be fatal) is pneumonia. What is it exactly? What causes it? Why is it deadly? What can people do to prevent it? What are emergency physicians seeing in the ER? Dr. Hans House will be on the show to ...
Original Air Date:11 / 4 / 2011
Washington State Lawsuit - Part 1
Washington State Lawsuit - Part 1
Guest(s):Dr. Stephen Anderson
Topic:Liability Reform and Emergency Department Visits
Topic Info:Wash. ACEP recently sued the state to prevent it from classifying more than 700 diagnoses as “non-urgent” for Medicaid patients, including chest pain, abdominal pain, miscarriage and breathing problems. Dr. Stephen Anderson is president of Washington ...
Original Air Date:10 / 21 / 2011
Washington State Lawsuit - Part 2
Washington State Lawsuit - Part 2
Guest(s):Dr. Stephen Anderson
Topic:Liability Reform and Emergency Department Visits
Topic Info:Wash. ACEP recently sued the state to prevent it from classifying more than 700 diagnoses as “non-urgent” for Medicaid patients, including chest pain, abdominal pain, miscarriage and breathing problems. Dr. Stephen Anderson is president of Washington ...
Original Air Date:10 / 21 / 2011
New CDC Data on ER Visits Featured
The Need for Liability Reform in the US
The Need for Liability Reform in the US
Guest(s):Dr. Andrew Sama
Topic:Liability Reform and Emergency Department Visits
Topic Info:Dr. Andrew Sama is ACEP’s president-elect. He will take over as president next year. Dr. Sama joins the program to talk about newly released CDC figures that show that visits to EDs rose by 13 million in one year – the largest increase ever. He will a ...
Original Air Date:10 / 21 / 2011
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