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Focus on Women's and Children's Health
7 minutes | Jun 27, 2019
Substance Use Disorders in Women
The opioid crises is estimated to affect one in ten individuals. In this podcast, Dr. Jennifer Wells discusses the prevalence of substance use disorders in women, the importance of educating women's health providers about these disorders, and the concerns of opioid addiction in pregnant women.
10 minutes | Jun 19, 2019
According to the National 2017 Diabetes Statistics Report, 30.3 million people have diabetes. 7.2 million of those people are undiagnosed. This podcast discusses what's new in diabetes diagnosis, first and second line drugs used in treatment, and lifestyle changes recommended to patients living with the disease.
8 minutes | May 10, 2019
Oncofertility: Fertility Preservation and Gynecologic Considerations in Oncology Patients
Greater than 70-80% of women and children will survive cancer. Infertility is a large concern that survivors report. In this podcast, Dr. Julie Rios, faculty member of SMA's Focus on Women's Health conference, discusses the role of the primary OB/GYN in oncofertility, fertility preservation options, and the scope of gynecological care after cancer treatment.
9 minutes | May 8, 2019
Newer Orthopedic Modalities and Therapies
New and intriguing developments that are in trials will potentially improve, in the future, the ability to appropriately use biologics (stem cells) and other treatments. In this podcast, Dr. David Joyner, faculty member of SMA's Focus on Women's Health conference, discusses new orthopedic modalities and therapies - including BFR therapy, how biologics help graft healing in ACL reconstruction surgery, and new interventions being studied to assist in articular cartilage repair/reconstitution.
13 minutes | May 8, 2019
Preconception Care - The Gateway to a Healthy Pregnancy
Preconception counseling intends to optimize pregnancy outcomes and prevent maternal morbidity and mortality through identifying and modifying biomedical, behavioral and social risks prior to pregnancy. In this podcast, Dr. Nancy Phillips, co-chair and faculty member of SMA's Focus on Women's Health podcast, discusses the importance of preconception counseling, how age factors in preconception counseling, and how emerging genetic testing services play a role in preconception care.
10 minutes | Apr 29, 2019
Top Five Cardiovascular Studies in 2018: Practice Implications
If it can take years for new clinical studies to change clinical practice, why is it important for clinicians to follow and pay attention to them? In this podcast, Dr. Donald DiPette, co-chair of SMA’s Focus on Women’s Health Conference and the immediate past president of SMA, discusses why the latest cardiovascular studies matter and details some of the current areas that these new studies are investigating.
13 minutes | Apr 29, 2019
Modalities to Achieve Hypertension Control in Clinical Practice: A Call to Action!
In this podcast, Dr. Donald DiPette, co-chair of SMA’s Focus on Women’s Health Conference and the immediate past president of SMA, discusses the need to investigate and develop new modalities to lower blood pressure to achieve increased hypertension control. He also offers insight into how busy clinicians can incorporate these newer modalities into their patient care, practice setting, and health system.
11 minutes | Apr 24, 2019
The Impact on Women's and Children's Health
In this first in a series of podcasts developed in conjunction with SMA’s Focus on Women’s Health Conference, Dr. Donald DiPette, co-chair of SMA’s Focus on Women’s Health Conference and the immediate past president of SMA, provides an overview of some of the topics that will be presented, including hypertension and diabetes and how they impact women’s health. He also details how these conditions affect pregnancy or a woman’s attempt to become pregnant.
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