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Episode 212: Questions that lead to questions and then more questions

In episode 212, Mike and James get back into the saddle by jumping into a gamish of listener questions. We perfectly discuss triglycerides, pancreatitis, risk calculators, antibiotics and everything else that is of upmost importance to all health care professionals across the world. At the end James and Mike get counseling for delusions of grandeur.

Show notes 

1) Lipid-modifying therapies and risk of pancreatitis: a meta-analysis

JAMA 2012;308:804-11

2) The “BEST” Risk Calculator ever 🙂

http://bestsciencemedicine.com/chd

Agreement among cardiovascular disease risk calculators

Circulation 2013;127:1948-56

3) Antibiotic stewardship

Aminoglycoside use and monitoring

Clin
Inf Dis 1992;14:320-39

Pharmacotherapy 2000;20:1524-7

Aminoglycoside combinations

BMJ 2004;328:668

Clin Infect Dis. (2013)doi: 10.1093/cid/cit223

4) A prescription for improving antibiotic prescribing in primary care

BMJ 2012;344:d7955

5) Viva La Evidence – a parody of Coldplay’s Viva La Vida – it’s all about evidence-based healthcare – a little bit about the history of evidence and then the key principles.

http://youtu.be/QUW0Q8tXVUc

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