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BackTable / OBGYN / Podcast / Episode #19

In this episode of BackTable, Dr. Bagrodia interviews Dr. William Flanary, a physician-comedian popularly known as Dr. Glaucomflecken, about lessons he has learned as a two-time testicular cancer survivor and the importance of humor in medicine.

Apr 5, 2023 • 5.4k plays • earn CME

BackTable / OBGYN / Podcast / Episode #9

In this episode, Dr. Bagrodia discusses cultivating a healthy culture inside and outside of the operating room with Dr. Chris Kane, Dean of Clinical Affairs at UCSD and CEO of the UCSD Physician Group.

Dec 19, 2022 • 4.5k plays • earn CME

BackTable / OBGYN / Podcast / Episode #4

On this episode, BackTable VI host Dr. Christopher Beck shares the mic with two Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM) specialists, Drs. Roxane Rampersad at Washington University and Tony Shanks at Indiana University, to discuss cross-specialty management of postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) between OBGYN and interventional radiology (IR).

Nov 15, 2022 • 3.5k plays • earn CME

BackTable / OBGYN / Podcast / Episode #33

This week on BackTable OBGYN, Dr. Suzette Sutherland and Dr. Rachel Rubin discuss the diagnosis and treatment of genitourinary syndrome of menopause (GSM) with vaginal estrogen.

Sep 18, 2023 • 3.4k plays • earn CME

BackTable / OBGYN / Podcast / Episode #42

In this crossover episode of BackTable OBGYN with Urology, Dr. Suzette Sutherland, Director of Female Urology at the University of Washington, and Dr. Anne Cameron, Professor of Urology at the University of Michigan, share their insights on the prevention and management of urinary tract infections (UTIs).

First, they emphasize the importance of dispelling misconceptions about recurrent UTIs being a result of poor hygiene or incorrect behaviors, explaining that they can stem from genetic or hormonal risk factors. Dr. Cameron describes her algorithm for managing UTIs in specific patient populations. She further discusses the impact of factors such as fluid intake, bowel habits, and vaginal health on the incidence of UTIs. Dr. Cameron also highlights the potential for UTIs in diabetic patients on certain medications and the importance of a collaborative approach with diabetic healthcare teams. Additionally, the doctors explore various treatment strategies, such as cranberry supplements and gentamicin bladder installations, cautioning against antibiotic overuse due to the risk of resistance.

Dec 27, 2023 • 2k plays • earn CME

BackTable / OBGYN / Podcast / Episode #3

In this cross-specialty episode of BackTable OBGYN, Dr. Amy Park chats with Dr. Jose Silva, a board certified urologist and co-host of BackTable Urology, about the workup, counseling, and management of urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse.

Nov 14, 2022 • 1.9k plays • earn CME

BackTable / OBGYN / Podcast / Episode #27

In this episode of BackTable Urology, Dr. Aditya Bagrodia speaks with PGY4 urologist Dr. Chloe Peters (University of Washington) and OB/GYN Dr. Beverly Gray (Duke University) about their work in women's health and advocacy, and how the Dobbs ruling has impacted their respective medical fields.

Jul 12, 2023 • 1.5k plays • earn CME

BackTable / OBGYN / Podcast / Episode #40

In this episode of the Backtable OBGYN Podcast, host Dr. Suzette Sutherland (University of Washington) and Dr. Tamsin Greenwell (University College London Hospitals) discuss surgical treatments for incontinence and their comparative efficacies.

They focus mainly on midurethral slings and a new urethral bulking agent called Bulkamid. They further analyze how conditions like product expectations, surgeon expertise, data availability, patient preferences, and financial costs influence the choice of procedure. Additionally, they discuss the impact of mesh-related complications and how they affected the usage of synthetic slings in the UK. Finally, they touch on the role of shared decision making in choosing treatment strategies.

Dec 6, 2023 • 1.4k plays • earn CME

BackTable / OBGYN / Podcast / Episode #32

This week on BackTable OBGYN, Dr. Suzette Sutherland (University of Washington) and Dr. Olivia Chang (UC Irvine) discuss reasons for uterine preservation and hysteropexy techniques for prolapse repair.

Sep 13, 2023 • 1.4k plays • earn CME

BackTable / OBGYN / Podcast / Episode #43

In this episode, Dr. Suzette Sutherland and Dr. Alana Desai from the University of Washington discuss the management of urinary tract stones in pregnant patients, considerations for ureteroscopy, and consequences of radiation exposure in the fetus.

First, the doctors underscore the importance of ultrasound as the first line imaging modality to minimize fetal exposure to radiation. Dr. Sutherland and Dr. Desai also delve into nausea and pain management options, recommended diets for prevention of stone formation during pregnancy, and the necessity of involving a multidisciplinary team in such cases. The episode concludes with a remarkable case study from Dr. Desai’s experience.

Jan 10, 2024 • 1.3k plays • earn CME

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