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MedscapeCME Family Medicine Podcast

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 Does One Size Fit All in Obesity Management? | File Type: 1 | Duration: $item.podcastDuration

Experts discuss 3 patient cases illustrating how to select and individualize weight-loss management plans in obese patients in practice.

 The Pathophysiology of Irritable Bowel Syndrome | File Type: 1 | Duration: $item.podcastDuration

Dr Camilleri explicates the peripheral mechanisms central to our improved understanding of irritable bowel syndrome.

 Advances in HCV Treatment: New Guidelines and Novel Strategies to Improve Patient Outcomes | File Type: 1 | Duration: $item.podcastDuration

Review state-of-the-art practical application of HCV triple therapy for optimal outcomes in HCV patients.

 Late Preterm Birth and Deliveries Prior to 39 Weeks | File Type: 1 | Duration: $item.podcastDuration

Dr. Catherine Spong moderates a discussion to raise awareness about the impact of late preterm birth and non-medically indicated deliveries prior to 39 weeks on child and maternal health.

 Infection in Cystic Fibrosis: Where Have We Been and Where Are We Going? | File Type: 2 | Duration: $item.podcastDuration

How has the management of infectious pathogens in CF changed in recent years? Listen to Dr Lisa Saiman provide her perspective.

 Developing a Treatment Plan for the Patient With Chronic Pain | File Type: 2 | Duration: $item.podcastDuration

An excerpt from the American Pain Society's seminar, "Managing the Patient in Pain" on May 21, 2011

 Breaking Down Symptomatic DVT: Treatment Gaps in Recurrent Disease | File Type: 2 | Duration: $item.podcastDuration

Novel oral anticoagulants hold the promise of simplifying the treatment of acute and recurrent VTE; Drs Turpie, Agnelli, and Cohen discuss recent findings.

 Evidence-Based Identification and Treatment of Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis: Implementing Biologics in Practice | File Type: 2 | Duration: $item.podcastDuration

New recommendations from the American College of Rheumatology for the treatment of juvenile idiopathic arthritis are reviewed.

 Advancing the RA Armamentarium with Emerging Therapies | File Type: 2 | Duration: $item.podcastDuration

Evaluate evidence-based data and changes to RA classification and remission criteria to effectively update management of these patients.

 Incorporating Antipsychotics Into Regimens for Treatment-Resistant Depression | File Type: 2 | Duration: $item.podcastDuration

Several SGAs are approved as adjuncts for depression. When and why are they an appropriate choice, and what are the cautions?

 Atopic Dermatitis Update | File Type: 2 | Duration: $item.podcastDuration

Review the pathophysiology and treatment of atopic dermatitis with Drs. Mark Lebwohl, Amy Paller, and Elaine Siegfried.

 Highlight on CETP: Role in Lipid Metabolism and Homeostasis | File Type: 2 | Duration: $item.podcastDuration

Join Dr. Rader as he discusses whether a change in HDL cholesterol level reflects proper HDL particle function or therapeutic success. And DISCUSS this topic with Dr. Rader.

 Addressing Residual Risk in the ACS Patient: Knowing the Numbers | File Type: 2 | Duration: $item.podcastDuration

Join Drs. Chapman, Gotto, and Kastelein as they discuss the results of AIM-HIGH and the latest CETP inhibitor clinical trials in HDL-targeted residual cardiovascular risk reduction.

 Individualized Treatment for RA: The Art and Science of Treatment Selection | File Type: 2 | Duration: $item.podcastDuration

Drs. Gibofsky, Dougados, and Yazici discuss current recommendations and findings from the recent Chicago meeting regarding treating RA to target, assessing disease activity, and adjusting therapy.

 Parkinson Syndromes: Improving Diagnostic Sensitivity and Specificity With Dopamine Transporter Imaging | File Type: 2 | Duration: $item.podcastDuration

Which patients will benefit from the new imaging modalities? How do the experts interpret these scans?


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