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  • Remotely performing clinical examinations during video calls | TopMedTalk 26 July 2021
    Care home residents in South East London are to be the first in line to access remote examination technology. Residents across 46 care homes in South East London are first in line to access innovative diagnostic technology from Arc Health ( www.archealth.io ), enabling doctors to remotely perform a clinical examination during a video call. […]
  • Perioperative Enhancement Teams - Part 2 | TopMedTalk 19 July 2021
    Perioperative enhancement teams have been a theme on TopMedTalk for years. This program, part two of two, goes into more detail around what could be the crucial next steps for your institution as it distinguishes itself from the pack with excellent value based care instead of excessive volume driven disasters. In this program we cover […]
  • Perioperative Enhancement Teams | TopMedTalk 12 July 2021
    This podcast is a look at some of the work done by practitioners who intend to take perioperative medicine to the next level; the "perioperative enhancement teams". The program broadly follows a patient's surgical journey, we start with the UK's PREPWELL project, as explained by Gerard Danjoux, consultant in Anaesthesia and Sleep Medicine at South […]
  • Exciting news | TopMedTalk 5 July 2021
    Post EBPOM Monty and Desiree explain how TopMedTalk is building on the incredible success of the last few years. After producing a podcast every day for 3+ years we are now going to produce a new podcast each week with more focus on specific topics with bespoke documentary style pieces which will help us to […]
  • Panel discussion - Prediction of Opioid Induced Respiratory Depression: Does surveillance monitoring help? | EBPOM 2020 4 July 2021
    This piece is a listener generated question and answer session from EBPOM 2020. Although it works as a stand alone piece it relates directly to this talk here: https://www.topmedtalk.com/ebpom-2020-london-prediction-of-opioid-induced-respiratory-depression-on-the-general-care-floor-does-surveillance-monitoring-help/ Some of the questions considered include: How much do you think partial / inadequate neuromuscular blockade reversal, contributes to post pulmonary complications, perhaps in combination with […]