In episode 451, Mike and James invite Adrienne to talk about how we put all the osteoarthritis evidence into a simplified decision guide. We talk about how we produce these decision guides and also give tips and suggestions around how to use the evidence with patients.

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In episode 450 Mike and James continue, with Danielle and Joey, going over our osteoarthritis systematic review. We talk in detail about all the evidence around oral NSAIDs, glucosamine, topical NSAIDs, chondroitin, viscosupplementation, oral opioids, acetaminophen. And now you know all the numbers.

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In episode 449, Mike and James invite Danielle Perry and Joey Ton to go over our osteoarthritis systematic review. We talk about all the evidence around exercise, steroid injections, SNRIs, oral NSAIDs, glucosamine, topical NSAIDs, chondroitin, viscosupplementation, oral opioids, acetaminophen.

In episode 448, Mike and James go over all the evidence around masks for preventing viral respiratory infections in healthcare workers. We find that surgical masks and N95 masks provide similar protection against viral infections. Unfortunately we have no evidence for COVID-19.

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Tools for Practice

In episode 447, Mike and James invite Tina and Mike to talk about a really important topic – is there asymptomatic transmission of COVID-19? The simple answer is yes. Have a listen and hear about all the data and the numbers.

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Tools for Practice

In episode 446, Mike and James invite Mike and Tina to talk about all things COVID. In this podcast we look at what are the presenting symptoms, the clinical course and the risk factors for mortality.  

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Tools for Practice

In episode 445, Mike and James wade into the evidence-free zone (pretty much) around assessing dyspnea over a telephone/video conference. We talk about the Roth score, respiratory rate, fever, and patient self-rating of dyspnea. Have a listen and see what we found.

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The BMJ

In episode 444, James and Mike wade into the evidence quagmire around hydroxychloroquine and COVID-19.  The bottom line is the evidence will likely be different around the time you listen to the podcast. So listen quickly.

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