440: Travel Medicine- The Musical

In this season 4 finale, our quartet of clinicians puts a tuneful spin on their usual medical musings. Along the way, they cover improv medical rapping on sepsis and shock, a slam poetry journal club with musical translation on salmonella cereal outbreaks, cyclospora salads, spinal infections, and new sources for lungworm, plus a surgical symphony by lil praz, a hospital rap by mackeljosh, and more! So SIt back and enjoy the season 4 finale, see you in October!

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439 Comic Book Medicine 4- Infinity Warnings and Clinical Gems

In this episode, Dr's J and Santhosh cover the annual examples of medicine in comics and pop culture in time for San Diego Comic Con. Along the way, they discuss cosplay, Alien and xenomorph reproductive life cycles, parasites and parasitoids, facehugger intubation, lateral gene transfer, sentient tumors, wasps, Lazarus pits, supernatural chemotherapy, neuronal regeneration, ethical issues of resurrection, mad science, the venom symbiote, spiderman and HIV, a gungan fungal infection and more! So sit back and geek out as we dive deep into comic book medicine!

Sources
1) https://www.amazon.com/Alien-Weyland-Yutani-Report-S-Perry/dp/160887866X
2) http://avp.wikia.com/wiki/Alien:_The_Weyland-Yutani_Report
3) https://www.statnews.com/2017/06/01/brain-death-trial-stem-cells/
4) http://www.priory.com/history_of_medicine/symbiote_aids.htm
5) http://www.bmj.com/content/321/7276/1619
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/12205048_Tokelau_on_Naboo

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TMP Classics- Comic Book Medicine 3: Homecoming

In this episode, Dr J and his super-friends return to once again cover medicine in comic books, just in time for the San Diego Comic Convention. Along the way, they discuss a CPR song from the dark side, the curious case of Benjamin Button, Progeria, Terminal Leukodystrophy and reverse mental aging, parallels between Dirk Gently's Pararibulitis and fibromyalgia, pain gating syndromes, soul sucking energy vampires, SPLIT and dissociative identity disorder, somatization, Professor X's poor parenting skills, evil twins, mutant regeneration, why wolverine is so hairy, scientist naming conventions, marvel versus dc, catwoman and toxoplasma, medical resurrection, a head transplant update and more! So Sit back and prepare to enjoy our super medical San Diego ComicCon Homecoming!

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Space 3D: Season 1 Redux

In the season finale of Space 3D, Eleanor, Emily, and Tom review the discussions of the season 1 interviews, and shine a light on what's coming in season 2. When Space 3D returns next fall, it will have its own feed, so be sure to like and subscribe!

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Space 3D: Who We Are

This Week Eleanor, Emily, and Tom discuss their background and qualifications to cover space 3D as our first season draws to a close.

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438: Journal Club- Health Goals

In this episode, Dr's J and Ward round up the latest medical news from around the world to see what may be in our future. Along the way, they cover the 4th of July, Heart failure, injectable heart cells, ejection fraction, Hocus Pocus, medical nanobots, detoxification, soundwave fusion, surgery in a pill, gastric bypass, oral insulin, enteric coatings, Platypus, diabetic venom, genomics and a just the tip from Belize! So sit back and learn about what's new in the world of medicine!

Sources
1) https://www.nature.com/articles/nbt.4162
2) https://www.zmescience.com/science/nanobots-blood-decontamination-8234156/
3) https://www.nature.com/articles/s41563-018-0106-5#Abs1
4)https://www.zmescience.com/medicine/insulin-in-a-pill-42343/
5)https://www.alphagalileo.org/en-gb/Item-Display/ItemId/164929?returnurl=https://www.alphagalileo.org/en-gb/Item-Display/ItemId/164929

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437: Black Lung- Supercalifraglistic-pneumoconiosis

In this episode, Dr's J and Santhosh discuss coal miners pneumoconiosis, or black lung. Along the way, they cover Zoolander, hard and soft coal, surface mining, black lung resurgence, air pollution bronchitis, mining safety and OSHA, silent killers, lung pathology and scarring, diagnosis, treatment, the longest word in the english language, and other little known lung exposure diseases, along with a just the tip from Guatemala. So Sit back and breath deep as we mine our brains for information on black lung!

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Space 3D: An Interview with Susan Ip-Jewell

This Week, Eleanor and Tom conclude their conversation with Susan Ip-Jewell about the future of space exploration medical capabilities including inspirations in the field, the race to Mars, astronauts for hire, the effects of simulating gravity, and more.

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436: Sickness on the Silver Screen

In this episode, Dr's J, Santhosh, and Ward discuss representation of medicine in movies. Along the way, they cover the show ER, newborns in film, SAG birth memberships, birth goop and placenta juice, Pulp Fiction and chest needles, defibrillators and shockable rhythms, crisis grooming, CPR survival rates, the worst film cpr ever performed, cardiac thumps, Million Dollar Baby and ventilators, intraoperative awareness, bullet wounds and more! So sit back as we take a deep cut of movie medicine!

SOurces
1)https://www.theguardian.com/film/2016/may/12/secret-lives-of-moviestar-babies-hollywood
2) Ofole UM et al, Defibrillation in the movies: a missed opportunity for public health education, Resuscitation. 2014 Dec; 85(12): 1795–1798.
3)The incidence of awareness during anesthesia: a multicenter United States study, Sebel, PS et al, Anest. Anal.  2004 Sep;99(3):833-9, Department of Anesthesiology, Emory University School of Medicine

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TMP Classics: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms

In this episode, Dr's J, Santhosh and Ward talk about the big three causes of health problems during vacations, the good old ATF. Along the way, they discuss the percentage effects of  on your body, drink tolerance by weight, drunk bacteria,  snake wine standardization processes, a unique way to dispose of your mousetraps, russian scorpion vodka, the dangers of methanol and antifreeze, medical beer prescriptions, hangovers and how to treat them, liquid nicotine, e-cigs and skynet, trauma surgery in the old west, gunshot wounds in the er, terrible water balloon fillings, paintball injuries and Beijing's Snack Street in this week's Just The Tip! So Sit back, as we help you get drunk on knowledge about alcohol, smoke the competition, and fire off all the facts you need to know!

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Space 3D: An Interview with Susan Ip-Jewell, Part 2

This Week, Eleanor and Emily continues their conversation with Susan Ip-Jewell about the future of space exploration medical capabilities including radiation protection, demonstrating surgical techniques, and the benefits of keeping medical health professionals on space missions.

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TMP Classics: Summer Loving

In This Episode, Dr's J, Santhosh, Ward and ER Josh cover summertime woes that arise on many vacations. Along the way they discuss, court summons on facebook, sun-blindness, multiple xmen, how to solve sunburns with teabagging, groin protection, skin factor spf as described by ebony.com, Dr J's batman villain name, heat stroke v exhaustion, allergies/asthma, family feud, how not to drown, the accountabillibuddy system, cpr playlist, aquaman, summer infections, poison ivy, mental health in summertime, and the corn palace in this week's Just the Tip. So Sit back, and prepare to learn how to get the most out of oh those summer nights!

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TMP Classics: Summer Loving

In This Episode, Dr's J, Santhosh, Ward and ER Josh cover summertime woes that arise on many vacations. Along the way they discuss, court summons on facebook, sun-blindness, multiple xmen, how to solve sunburns with teabagging, groin protection, skin factor spf as described by ebony.com, Dr J's batman villain name, heat stroke v exhaustion, allergies/asthma, family feud, how not to drown, the accountabillibuddy system, cpr playlist, aquaman, summer infections, poison ivy, mental health in summertime, and the corn palace in this week's Just the Tip. So Sit back, and prepare to learn how to get the most out of oh those summer nights!

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435: Disavowed- Nerve Agents and Chemical Weapons

In this episode, Dr's J and Santhosh discuss chemical weapons in the news. Along the way, they cover the poisoning of the Skripals, the 4 generations of chemical weapons, binary agents, nerve agents and how they work, mustard gas, condiment wars, Fritz Haber, Buzz, organophosphates, SLUDGEM, the Sarin gas attack, VX and The Rock, North Korea, nerve agent symptoms and emergency treatments and more! So sit back, because your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to learn all about chemical weapons!

SOurces
1)https://www.newscientist.com/article/2163171-what-was-the-nerve-agent-used-to-poison-sergei-skripal/
2)https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4073128/
3) https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/neuroscience/novichok-agent

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TMP Classics: Luke, I am your doctor: The Medicine of Star Wars

In honor of Solo, A star wars story, this weekend we will be rereleasing our star wars medicine episodes while we work on the remainder of the season...Enjoy!

In this episode, Dr's J, Santhosh, and special guest Crystal cover medicine in a galaxy far far away!  Along the way, they discuss bothans, medical droids, Da vinci surgeons,  ROB/gynes, the luke hand, terminators,  thought controlled prosthetics, synthetic skin, skin elasticity and the clone wars,  force choking, medical exosuit, dick cheney, the lion king, dragonball Z and hyperbaric chambers, how vader poops, portable respirators, and more! So Sit back and prepare to learn how light side or dark, star wars achieves universal healthcare!

Special Thanks to Crystal of the Rebel Alliance 

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Space 3D- An interview with Susan Ip-Jewell

This Week, Eleanor speaks with Susan Ip-Jewel about the future of space exploration medical capabilities including analog training enironments, crew skill sets, and the use of 3D printing in space.

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434: "Cruise" Controlling your Health

In this episode, Dr's J and Ward take to the high seas to discuss the finer points of cruise ship medicine, with help from Three Stripe Ship Doctor Joel Chiu. Along the way they cover the history of pleasure cruising, hipster travel, the Titanic, calling for consults, what specialties should apply, common shipboard conditions, dealing with quarantine, the real risk of norovirus, blood transfusions, ship crypts, cruise trivia and a just the tip from the ships! So Sit back as we take you in for a water landing!

Sources
1) http://cruisemedicine.org
2) http://www.cruiselinehistory.com/a-brief-history-of-the-cruise-ship-industry/
3) https://academic.oup.com/cid/article/49/9/1312/299240
4) https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/vsp/

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433: Anesthetists wanna be sedated

In this episode, Dr's J, Santhosh and Praz talk about whatever comes into their heads. Along the way they cover ancient anasthesiology, LL cool J, hypnosurgery, reconstructive penis transplantations, surgical considerations, amazonian tribes, anesthetist responsibilities, multitasking, how long you can be under anesthesia, and more! So Sit back and prepare to see what it's like to go under from the other side!

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432 Journal Club- Neolution and BioHacking

In this episode, Dr's J, Santhosh, and newest co-host Jeanne Billioux perform their biweekly roundup of whats new in medicine, with an emphasis on bio-hacking. Along the way they discuss the Avengers, human cell computers, hormonal logic gating, flesh eating bacteria, skin regenerating spray, cancer detecting freckles, the vestibular system and balance, galvanisation, and prosthetic limb advances, along with a just the tip from the Maldives and Wisconsin. So sit back and learn what's new in the world of medicine!

Sources
1) https://www.newscientist.com/article/2164784-computers-made-from-human-cells-could-tell-you-when-youre-sick/
2) https://gizmodo.com/5861133/recell-kit-grows-spray-on-skin-at-your-bedside-in-just-half-an-hour
3) http://www.frontlinegenomics.com/news/21911/bioengineered-freckle-turns-darker-when-detecting-cancer/
4) https://futurism.com/scientists-unveil-first-portable-bionic-hand-with-sense-touch/
5)https://www.nature.com/news/2006/060807/full/news060807-3.html

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Space 3D- Outtakes and Bloopers

This Week, Eleanor and Emily takes a break from the regular episodes to present outtakes from an interview with one of the skylab mission experts, Dwight Steven-Boniecki, including a variety of anectdotes that didnt make it into the pilot episode

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