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A physician’s thoughts and tips for patients needing knee replacement surgery

A physician’s thoughts and tips for patients needing knee replacement surgery

By Bryan Wright 3 Comments February 29, 2020

So, a lot of times we’ll refer patients to physical therapy before the surgery so they can work on strengthening and conditioning and flexibility of the knee joints in anticipation of their upcoming surgery. The better condition the patient is in heading into the surgery is only going to play well in terms of how […]

How Often Should You Be Taking Melatonin For Sleep? A Doctor Answers

How Often Should You Be Taking Melatonin For Sleep? A Doctor Answers

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment February 29, 2020

I’m here with my co-host, my partner in crime, David Burtka. (audience cheering) We have a story by a dear friend of our show, Dr. Ian Smith and Ian is here, I don’t know, we have these paddles, bad or not so bad. What are you doing today, Ian, what is this? Okay, so we […]

Meet Dr. Nicholas T. Gates — Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Specialist Practicing at St. Elizabeth

Meet Dr. Nicholas T. Gates — Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Specialist Practicing at St. Elizabeth

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment February 28, 2020

Hi, I’m Dr. Nick Gates, and I’m a Foot and Ankle Specialist with OrthoCincy Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, practicing at St. Elizabeth. I grew up in Cincinnati and I ended up going to Xavier University for undergrad. I went from Xavier University in undergraduate to University of Cincinnati Medical School and spent my four years […]

TYPES OF MEDICINE “A-B-C”

TYPES OF MEDICINE “A-B-C”

By Bryan Wright 9 Comments February 28, 2020

in this video I’m gonna talk to you about type soul medicine coming up hi and welcome back to another video in the doctor Channel today we are going to talk about types of medicine the first one and alphabetic order is amphetamine it is a drug that increases energy and make you very excited […]

Physician Loan Forgiveness Options | Student Loan Planner

Physician Loan Forgiveness Options | Student Loan Planner

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment February 28, 2020

If you’re a physician seeking student loan forgiveness, the good news is that you have tons of options in the medical space; whereas a lot of professions do not have as many options. One example of this is the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program. This PSLF Program is what most physicians are really pretty familiar […]

Critical Care Pharmacy in 30 Seconds

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment February 27, 2020

– So there’s sort of three big components to being a critical care pharmacist that set it apart from other pharmacy practices. You have a lot of interaction with the medical team. You have a lot of high-acuity, high-adrenaline situations. And the third thing is the complexity of the disease states. And so having a […]

The Flash 4×19: Doctor Who Parallel + Barrisco

The Flash 4×19: Doctor Who Parallel + Barrisco

By Bryan Wright 5 Comments February 27, 2020

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. It’s the Doctor. …that. Something old, something new, something borrowed, something navy. All right, you get me for 24 hours. – Not a minute more. – Wait, why not? Because I thought I’d make Ray an honest man. Tomorrow. – You’re getting married? – That’s so exciting! […]

MENTAL HEALTH IN MEDICINE – ER Doctor Jon Lee

MENTAL HEALTH IN MEDICINE – ER Doctor Jon Lee

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment February 27, 2020

I’ve been working here at this particular hospital for 11-12 years now. With emergency, it’s definitely a team effort. It’s not just the doctor doing their thing. Unlike I guess, what you see on House where, you know, you’ve got this one case and all the doctors can focus on it. In practise, that never […]

A physician’s thoughts and tips for patients with colon or rectal cancer

A physician’s thoughts and tips for patients with colon or rectal cancer

By Bryan Wright 3 Comments February 26, 2020

Most people who come in with colon cancer, surgery will be the first thing in the treatment plan for them. The surgeon will order blood tests to look for levels of the cancer in the blood. They will order a CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis. And occasionally they’ll also order a PET/CT. In […]

Meet Dr. Philip Hartman — Family Practice Physician at St. Elizabeth

Meet Dr. Philip Hartman — Family Practice Physician at St. Elizabeth

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment February 26, 2020

Hi, I’m Dr. Philip Hartman, and I’m a Family Practice Physician at St. Elizabeth. I would say I was kind of born a scientist. I was always putting something together to see what would happen and then in second grade, we had to do a research paper on an occupation we were interested in. We […]