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The Ride of Sybil Ludington

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

The Ride of Sybil Ludington

"Night in question that gave civil place in history was on april. Twenty six seventeen seven civil had just turned sixteen years old on the evening. In question a writer came to their home to tell her father that the british had attacked and burn the town of danbury connecticut. The ludington house was located just south of connecticut. Along the coast from long island british. General william tyron had come to destroy the arms and ammunition stockpiles with over two thousand men. Curdle ellington had to assemble the four hundred militiamen in the county to defend themselves from the british. The problem was the militia had been disbanded for the winter and hadn't yet reassembled. The record is in clear on what happened next either. Civil volunteered or her father asked her but either way. Civil set out to warn the residents of nearby towns and to assemble the militia. She supposedly grabbed a stick and set up with her horse at nine pm with their sticks. She prided the horse and used it to knock on the doors. Of all the houses she stopped at all evening. She wrote around putnam county warning the citizens and calling the militia to assemble all night long. She called out. The british are burning. Danbury through the darkness of night she wrote a forty miles or sixty four kilometers. She took a circular route through the county visiting the towns of carmel mayo pack. Ken cliffs and farmers mill before returning. Home herreid wasn't just long. It was dangerous now. Not only were there loyalists in the region but there were british troops and a local group of outlaws known as skinner's plus. It rained that night and she had to do most of the rides soaking wet when she got back home in the morning. She was exhausted and soaked but she had done her job. The militia was assembled and they were able to drive general tyron back to long island. Sound civil was congratulated by our neighbors and supposedly by george washington himself just as a point of comparison. Symbols ride was three times longer than paul. Reveres she did it in the rain and she did it during the war. When there were actual enemies about paul veers ride was done just before the war started and there wasn't any danger from the british yet.

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The Historical Importance of Singapore Ports

The Big Cruise Podcast

02:23 min | 2 weeks ago

The Historical Importance of Singapore Ports

"In modern times. Singapore wasyl is a global poll handing everything from kogo to passengers. What singapore all of his historical importance to the languages. If so when did it become so or was a focused mostly on trade slash kaga. That is a great question and it's not an easy question I mean this is relatively simple straightforward answer But it's one that requires a little bit of context as well. So singapore Was is as alex says very important port and nowadays will up until pre covert you know we kind of saw as a portrait world cruise ships would pull into There was obviously local crazy. There's been local cruising resuming in singapore with with dream cruises not something but You know historically the line. Voyages in the end the passenger ships that used to operate in this part of the world weren't just passenger ships. They were cargo carriers as well. So the the linas. This isn't an arab with thinking about the era prior to the nineteen fifties before jets before containerization of congo. The ocean liners used to be the primary mode of Of of large-scale cargo transportation. Along with things called tramp steamers which you'll see us to carry basically just goes and then i had combination line as well which was small compliments passages and large complement of cargo but the majority of the cargo travelled by ships that also traveling with passengers and in many cases the males as well because that Postal service was the the the subsidies where the backbone of the shipping lines in the early in the early days all the way up until the age of the jet so for singapore It it was an important port for multiple reasons kogo and and Mayo notwithstanding also for passengers because the singapore obviously with at that time was part of the british empire And so britain had connections into into singapore and for example would operate into singapore And also into other major asian ports from their hub in In the gulf of suez and then later when the suez canal was cut through they they obviously do the direct voyages that would go through from the mediterranean under originate in great britain.

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Atlanta Reaches Grim Milestone of Over 100 Murders in 2021

WSB programming

00:19 sec | Last month

Atlanta Reaches Grim Milestone of Over 100 Murders in 2021

"Reach that 1/100 homicide last year. 2020 is total at 1 57 5 people shot and killed in metro Atlanta just since Friday. Atlanta's murder death toll Now stands at 103. Coronavirus Update. New forecasting. Data from the Mayo Clinic says Georgia will have the highest rate of coronavirus cases

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Will Booster Shots Make a Difference?

The Secret History of the Future

02:06 min | Last month

Will Booster Shots Make a Difference?

"On wednesday. The president's top covert advisors cited a few early studies to make the case for boosters from new york from nursing homes from the mayo clinic. Plus there was some data from israel. I see two things. I i see a few canaries in the coal mine. I do see that. The is Specially from based on the us data. There is a diminishing of effectiveness against mild moderate disease. Here's michelle will get. The director of the centers for disease control and prevention on wednesday talking about a mayoclinic analysis of more than eighty thousand vaccinated and unvaccinated. People like we saw in the new york. Dana vaccine effectiveness against infection declined over time. In this case from seventy six percent to forty two percents for those who receive the pfizer vaccine and from eighty six percent to seventy six percents for those who receive. The madonna vaccine are also see that things seem to be holding up against severe disease including hospitalization. More or less which seems great but seems quick which is good. The other thing i see is whenever things are that nuanced. I want to see the whole ishii be process unfold. Who needs the advisory committee on immunization practices. It's a group of fifteen outside advisers. Doctors nurses public health specialists. Who make recommendations to the cdc on vaccines on cova. Yes but on other things too and the committee has a standard deliberative process. That anyone you were me can log on and watch the encouraging thing and something that got lost in a lot of coverage was that the actual verdon of things that came out yesterday was that they are doing this for planning purposes to start with september twentieth bending authorization from fda and bending the advisory committee on immunization practices review. So i as a scientist. I had weighed for the review because things are that nuanced.

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What Should Your Teens Be Eating to Fuel Them Through the Day?

Dishing Up Nutrition

02:08 min | Last month

What Should Your Teens Be Eating to Fuel Them Through the Day?

"Knowing what you know right now with your personal experience. Your clinical experience. What would you suggest that teens eat. So they would get the nutrients that they need in their butter body and brain. Are you recommending catch sandwiches. No no never sure. No ketchup sandwiches today. After when i sit down with a team today. I think about what i would suggest to my younger self. I would suggest that the unlike hard boiled eggs topped with mashed avocado and maybe some red pepper flakes sprinkled on top to start the day off on the right foot. Cutoff deviled egg. That you're talking about. I do not like mayo. So but a lot of people do a lot of people do for the. I've maybe it would be my lazy version of a day because i don't even mix the egg yolk with the avocado. I just put some avocado on top of the you know at my house. I was hosts thanksgiving so when all the teenagers and kids come. And i have this huge platter of deviled eggs and two. They're all gone by the end of the day. They are popular very popular but yours is an avocado league. Yeah it's kind of like avocado toast. Which is pretty popular with some some teens today. But it's just that the egg with the avocado and maybe a sprinkle of some red pepper flakes or everything but the bagel. Yes that's really tasty and a lot of times also just you know if it does fit in. The budget should choose those organic eggs from pastured chickens because the dha that fatty acid that our brain needs are higher in the eggs from the pasture chickens. Just because of what the chickens eat. I would also suggest adding a half. A cop of roasted sweet potatoes made with avocado oil. And then have aside of sliced cucumbers strawberries. Ab a couple of tablespoons of pumpkin seeds. Gotta love those nuts and seeds. It's overall a quick easy to put together thing that you can have preps the night before and just grabbing. Go on your way out the door. It's free about its sugar. Gluten free and full of important key

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Mayo Clinic Joins Others in Requiring Worker Vaccinations

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Mayo Clinic Joins Others in Requiring Worker Vaccinations

"The Mayo Clinic is the latest employer to require Kovic shots the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota will require employees to be vaccinated against the corona virus by mid September dozens of other health systems nationwide are doing the same thing now what if you work for the Mayo Clinic and you don't want to get vaccinated you'll have to complete what are called education modules and you'll be required to wear a mask and socially distance at work Mayo C. E. O. says our patients expect to be safe when they come to the Mayo Clinic and we need to do everything we can to protect everybody I'm read a folly

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Fleet Accident and Claims Best Practice With Drew Schnehage

Talking Automotive

02:17 min | 2 months ago

Fleet Accident and Claims Best Practice With Drew Schnehage

"On injury. Welcome to the great too heavy on. We appreciate you speaking to us this morning. Can you maybe just kick things off. Tell us a little bit about self and we fit in the industry. It could morning and thank you. Thank you for the opportunity yellow. A little bit about me. So i am from south africa. Could he to us in in the industry across mainly sort of block the insurance which was thought mockery. A think everybody says you fall into insurance audit so assorted obviously at a young age leaving school. And emma administrated joint almost actually of and as soon after that i became a director they moved onto an join a underwriting agency specializing in insurance product and i approached me to develop a product for them and in two thousand night. I got the opportunity to actually start learning business. It was cool. The crates underwriting. It managers in advance to grow. Needs with charlie. Oh innocent african market in it was the first of its of its kind tweet. We didn't have anything knockback. So i have a very strong focus on on building and strengthening relationships. Both internal and external people as our feet feed people that would be my energy quite an extrovert in terms of act. I think that was probably one of the most powerful in Enriching life experiences for me is to stick into that business. Obviously leading the teams are manning growing that. This is from ground up. That was that was quite hard. Creating the products and one of my passions was was creating new technologies Keen interest in innovating support of me. Is i am a creator and it invites us. So that was one of the i stem underwriting agencies that handwriting model so i was always cold it because it was aquarius underwriting. Advantages always called it. The it's the age of aquarius and stephen years. We we sold the business to to haul art which is obviously in south africa and they moved on to to help them develop some of their products and then it was i was head hunted through innovation group inside africa to to join them spent two years at innovation group in south africa and was a commercial director and we were dealing with. Oem's at mayo on service And warranty business. We had a big fleet try. Orders as government failure and then We have insurance

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Empowering Individuals Consent Using NFTs and Blockchain  Insights From Acoer

Insureblocks

02:02 min | 2 months ago

Empowering Individuals Consent Using NFTs and Blockchain Insights From Acoer

"Jim thank you for joining us today. Could you please give a brief introduction to yourself our listeners. We haven't heard our first podcast. I won't eat hurry. Thank you for having me back. I appreciate your kindness. And obviously in perhaps and in retrospect foolishness bag but as you know i'm passionate by work that we do and i think is also important so happy to be back in and just talk to you by some new ideas that we have as you mentioned the core and Basically where a product development company. I really our vision. And our work is all about building useful usable. Real time technologies that can be used largely healthcare space. We have some clients matter spaces as well but but really focus on healthcare as you may remember was Formerly chief software architect centers for disease control in alaska. A number of years particular last couple years coed unfortunately being such a big issue for all of us globally. I've been heavily involved in building technologies around. They just help out. Forms and supporting specifically kind of covert response with over last year so with mayo clinic and somewhere public health so very much in this bays but but really kind of our vision. I think it is no way soon to be more efficient to more effective in i. It's just shameful to me that in the us we are so Wasteful you know when it comes to healthcare where we spent an enormous amount of money united society almost twenty percent of our gross domestic product. It goes to healthcare yet. You know we're at the bottom of the rankings. When it comes to effectiveness the bottle rankings when it comes to expense Medicine

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YAAS Founder Morgan Zegers on How Radical Left Leads to Regress

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | 2 months ago

YAAS Founder Morgan Zegers on How Radical Left Leads to Regress

"Tell us. What is your message to your fellow americans who aren't the indoctrinated drones but who may be realized that mayo sees not right We have. I'm not gonna even play now but the the cut. We used during the week where. She blamed america for the plight of the cubans under communism. What is your message to those americans and especially those who may want to do something but who feel intimidated of course well for me. I always tell my peers to not let yourself be victimized. Don't fall for the messaging that they're telling you that you will always be oppressed for me. You mentioned my freedom flags. I was in college. And i had a large amount of student debt from my years. Getting my bachelor's degree. And so i learned what an flags and i paid off my student loans many years ago and now it's my full time Small business and so if you could zegers freedom flag shop you guys can all get one across the country. Were so proud of them but right now. They're teaching young people that they will always be a victim in that. We cannot succeed without government's. Help what i want to remind everybody out there. As we see the rise of the radical left for centuries americans have stood together as conservatives and liberals on a basis of classical liberalism and capitalism and it was those two core principles and specifically economic freedom. That really drove this country to the actual progress that we're achieving these days the radical left. That's on the rise will promise progress but history has shown their ideas when implemented bring regress. And if you want to help people give them economic power empower them to take care of themselves in their lives and so really. This is all about control. Money is power and when the people have the money when the people can control their own business and small businesses specifically we're going to be able to dominate and get that american dream back.

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Dipping Sauce (MM #3752)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Dipping Sauce (MM #3752)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation when it comes to dipping sauce. It's pretty serious business. For some sure for kids dipping sauce for like, five fries or chicken nuggets. Catch up some people ketchup and Mayo together for others. We're talking more serious business with real dipping sauces, have you seen? They've got these new BTS meals at McDonald's and people are selling the special dipping sauce on eBay for upwards of hundreds of dollars. But more importantly, a saw story the other day about a man outside of Des Moines, Iowa who called in a bomb threat to his local McDonald's because they forgot to put the dipping sauce in his bag when it comes to his chicken nuggets, he actually was arrested and could be going to jail for a few years because it is a federal crime to call in bomb threats but dipping sauce a big deal. It's kind of crazy to think that dipping sauces are so personal are so important. Now I understand I don't like it when my chicken nuggets don't come with the right dipping sauce or no dipping sauce at all, but it's not the end of the world. I know it's crazy. What's going on in our world dipping sauce in the news who would have thought

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Dipping Sauce (MM #3752)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Dipping Sauce (MM #3752)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation when it comes to dipping sauce. It's pretty serious business. For some sure for kids dipping sauce for like, five fries or chicken nuggets. Catch up some people ketchup and Mayo together for others. We're talking more serious business with real dipping sauces, have you seen? They've got these new BTS meals at McDonald's and people are selling the special dipping sauce on eBay for upwards of hundreds of dollars. But more importantly, a saw story the other day about a man outside of Des Moines, Iowa who called in a bomb threat to his local McDonald's because they forgot to put the dipping sauce in his bag when it comes to his chicken nuggets, he actually was arrested and could be going to jail for a few years because it is a federal crime to call in bomb threats but dipping sauce a big deal. It's kind of crazy to think that dipping sauces are so personal are so important. Now I understand I don't like it when my chicken nuggets don't come with the right dipping sauce or no dipping sauce at all, but it's not the end of the world. I know it's crazy. What's going on in our world dipping sauce in the news who would have thought

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Masterful Pimento Cheese

FoodStuff

02:31 min | 3 months ago

Masterful Pimento Cheese

"Cheese is a type of sandwich spread that can include. It can include many things but but at its base. It's shredded cheese and chopped pimento peppers and some kind of creamy binder To to create a thick and slightly chunky. But yelich just spreadable consistency. So let's let's break that down The cheese is often a shredded short age semi hard tangy cheese like Often a blend of white and orange cheddars and or similar cheeses like colby or jack or even processed cheeses like velveeta the pimentos. These are usually jarred or canned sweet peppers. Which will have been up healed and cooked No seeds yep. Mentos are a type of sweet pepper. That turned just bright orangey red when they're ripe whereupon they are sweet and just a tiny bit tangy like like little to no bitterness vegetal flavors in there You can also use pickled peppers or a roast your own sweet peppers of whatever variety you choose a the binder is yes often mayo often dukes brand towards the east coast and blue plate brand a more towards like louisiana sometimes cream cheese may be involved as well and right. You generally wanna use enough to stick everything together but not enough to like make a sandwich kinda soggy or drippy right also. Most people will say that you don't wanna over mix the ingredients. It'll get kind of mushy. Which isn't the idea somehow trying to go through my rolodex of Experienced it can can vary pretty widely and speaking of to this base. Any number of seasonings may be added a salt and pepper onion powder or freshly grated onion or green onions or garlic to sheer sauce. Hot sauce apple cider vinegar lemon juice paprika cayenne pepper chili powder chili sauce like a saracho horseradish mustard. It can also feature kind of like guest star mixon's like jalapenos or fresh sweet pepper dill pickles. Bacon smoked gouda blue cheese. Parmesan toasted pecans chopped olives. I've seen one recipe call for per pseudo. Though right.

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HCA Enters New Partnership With Google Cloud

WSJ What's News

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

HCA Enters New Partnership With Google Cloud

"Google has struck a deal with hospital. Chain h see a healthcare to develop algorithms to improve care and operations. The company is say they'll consolidate and store data from digital health records and internet connected medical devices. It's google's latest venture into the healthcare space after making deals with other hospital systems including ascension. And the mayo clinic. Our hospital reporter. Melanie evans has more. They are hoping to develop new algorithms for for example patients who have congestive heart failure who are in the hospital in need close monitoring or ways that they might be able to use this information to treat infections more quickly effectively

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"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

05:46 min | 4 months ago

"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"Coming up on mayo clinic. Qna it's time to ask the male mom and it's a source of a lot of psychological trauma to kids. They go to kindergarten. They be called names. Get bullied at. It really affects the the mental and psychological development of a lot of children looking a little different than other kids can be hard correcting an ear. Deformity used to mean several surgeries as the child grew up but now for some patients there are minimally invasive procedures that can be performed at an earlier age making it less traumatic for the child. Having a child with indifference doesn't mean that the child would definitely acquire an operation that differences in the formulas could be corrected with an molding if we identify him earlier. Here is dr angela. mckee a pediatrician. Mayo clinic children's center and host of ask the male mom. Today.

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April the Giraffe, Who Became an Internet Sensation in 2017, Dies

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

April the Giraffe, Who Became an Internet Sensation in 2017, Dies

"An animal that became a viral star has died. Fox's jill nato reports remember april the taraf back in twenty seventeen. She was an internet sensation as she was getting ready to give birth at animal adventure park in upstate. New york. Her giraffe cam became one of the most watch live streams in youtube history april had to be euthanized at the age of twenty friday. She was suffering from mayo. Th rightous and had mobility problems. Her caretakers tried to ease her pain with joint supplements and meds. They even padded the flooring in her pen but she was declining. The park issued. A statement saying our hearts are hurting. April's impact on animal conservation and appreciation is both immeasurable and

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Heinz Has Struck Again With the Hanch Sauce

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

01:15 min | 6 months ago

Heinz Has Struck Again With the Hanch Sauce

"I'm going to tell you the name of the product and you tell me what it is made of. Okay okay go hand in hand so enhanced so obvious anche so so helman's mayonnaise. Nope okay hinch. Why would high society hines duh. Heinz ketchup and and ranch dressing or catch. It doesn't start an h. So time so it's obviously catch. No catch doesn't start with an age. But hines catch it. Does you just saying hi hi. Is it heinz. Brandt h h is food mayo. Tarred is mustard. Mustard right. it's too. It's too foods no company name in there. Hey she's a food. Inch hines no family feud you get yup yup yup hot dogs. No it's gotta be liquid is going to be so hot sauce. Yes hot sauce picante and ranches hands.

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All Barnstable Public Schools Going Remote Due to Community COVID Spread

WBZ Midday News

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

All Barnstable Public Schools Going Remote Due to Community COVID Spread

"Public schools. They're switching to remote learning after a large surge of covert 19 among students and staff. We get details from WBC's Tim Done, Superintendent Doctor make Mayo Brown has sent an email out to parents across the nine schools in the district informing them that students will go back to remote learning starting tomorrow. In the past week, 73 students and 60 School staff members in the district of tested positive with 260 students and staff and quarantine is close contacts. Male. Brown says she was notified of 45 new cases last week and of 28 between Monday and Tuesday of this week. This comes as the towns of Barnstable on ur myth are experiencing a spike in covert cases as well. The Department of Public Health also announced last week that the P one Brazilian covert variant was detected in a woman from Barnstable County Mayo. Brown says administrators will be consulting with public health officials to determine if in person learning can resume on Monday. Tim don WBZ

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Peggy Brusseau discusses her new book, "The Contented Vegan"

Read Between the Lines

03:32 min | 7 months ago

Peggy Brusseau discusses her new book, "The Contented Vegan"

"How was the contented vegan difference the other things that you've written well it includes as i say it includes a little bit of the thought process behind choosing a plant based diet So i have one whole section called thinking deeper which discusses things like the food chain Plant life animal life and animal welfare as well as the issue of rights. Do we have a right to use the land in the way. We're doing to use animals in the way we're doing so a broad range of thinking processes included in it as well as an emphasis on health and securing health and building good health as well as on family life. You could say stretch that into social life as well so that the the vegan diet or the plant based diet is not considered a problem or a nuisance. That it's normalized ya. Yeah so what. I've done is i've tried to write the contented vegan in a way that is rather more an invitation to people to to try even. If it's just one meal a week that is scheduled to be plant. Based that's step forward in my opinion. And i've tried to make the book a tool kit really so that people who who want to try but don't really know where to start. I can kind of hold their hand a little bit. So for instance. The early on the book. I've introduced what. I call the eighty twenty rule which everyone is familiar with in some form in some aspect of their life and all it is applied to the plant based i had all it is is to to say having look at what you've eaten in the past few days over the past week and decide which you know how much of that is plant based already and generally approximately eighty percent of a person's diet even if they call themselves an omnivore or a meat eater. Approximately eighty percent is already plant. Based i've given the example of a burger. If you take out the burger and replace it with a bean burger you probably have an entirely plant based meal. Just that simple exchange if there's mayo or if there's cheese you can also swapped those for plant based version and have something that looks almost identical to meet based meal so very simple steps can alter the balance And make a meal. It resembles a your normal bill in every other way but make it into a plant based one so the eighty twenty rule says check it out about eighty percent is probably already plant based and all you have to work with the remaining twenty percents and you can do that gradually because there's no hurry. There's no rush to do this. It has to fit you and your circumstances and you can take a couple of years to just pick away at that twenty percent and gradually become more accustomed to a plant based diet or largely plant based diet Pick find your favorite foods and recipes Within that paradigm and then Relaxed into it. So that it's enjoyable. It suits us under your circumstances and you feel comfortable and and

Assistant Building Super In Brooklyn, New York Dies In Freak Accident While Retrieving Tenant's Cell Phone

KM Builders Remodeling Show

00:22 sec | 7 months ago

Assistant Building Super In Brooklyn, New York Dies In Freak Accident While Retrieving Tenant's Cell Phone

"Accident in a Brooklyn apartment building after a 10 and dropped the cell phone down an elevator shaft. Boxes. Krista Mayo says 64 year old Kenneth Lessee, who worked in the building was killed trying to retrieve the phone when the elevator was called to another floor less. He was caught between the moving hoist ropes and the device around which the ropes move. Police are investigating.

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"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

05:21 min | 10 months ago

"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"Eligible. How do they get involved. First of all we thank them for anybody who's Thinking about this typically with has been done until now until we started these non directive donor programs is if a loved one is in need of a liberal and if the chances of that recipients of getting disorganise low than we tell the recipient debt. They will get a time transplant if they have a living donor. So if that's the case then the recipients get in touch with the living donors and then the living donors contact us and we take over so this is The whole evaluation is designed in a way that the evaluation is done by kuwait. We separate teams. So there's no conflict of interests on the recipient of donor perspective. What is done. For donors. A overall a questionnaire i am. I can tell you where to go to for that questionnaires online questionnaire just to make sure they're good health overall. They don't have a personal history of something that would be a complete. You know rule out for donation of liver after that. If they're finding we do a blood type screening because delivers the most important thing is blood type compatibility and if they have a acceptable blood type compatibility than we invite them here to morocco. Chester to come and do a two day. Valuation and that evaluation involves a a thorough physical examination meeting with a epidemiologist liver specialists a surgeon. One oh us so a liver. Surgeon and other members of the team including the social worker. The liver donor advocate psychiatrists. We determine the An atomic suitability with cross sectional imaging such as cat scan or an mri and At the end of those two days we gather all the information. We make a decision whether the donor can donate or not an intense the recovery the donor. You mentioned obviously the liver being indifferent lobes and you can take a certain amount. What's the recovery like for a donor. Four four to five days in the hospital And then afterwards Ah bad typically a few weeks of recuperating at home because it's a open operation with laproscopy assistance. It's a mid line incision which is well tolerated but despite that we caution donors that there is a weight lifting restrictions for about six weeks to allow for their muscle in fashion to heal so they don't come back and most people most owners go back to work with nevada Six weeks to three months somewhere there. This program being available at mayo clinic rochester. What about the other clinic campuses and the clinic arizona is the program that does living donor liver transplantation. Man clinic florida It does not do bidding on our liver transplantation. So the The program that we're starting which is a non directive liver donation will start in may arrive and will proceed with an area zone on down the line. dr tannock. Can you explain to us about the new non directed living liver donation program up till now We used to just accept directed living donation meaning people who would like to donate new the their recipients so knowing that they would come here to get evaluated to be a living donor. What we are starting is a non directed donation and this is in response to Several inquiries we had over the years from people who wanted to donate a part of the liver although they did not know a recipients or they do not have a recipient mind so this is similar to You know when you and i go and donate blood. We don't donate blood to somebody in mind. We know that we trust institution the blood bank to use that Blood for somebody need so. This is similar to data. That's what we're starting here. So when people who would like to donate to a person of the transplant centers choosing within a criteria that we have We accepting that. This is such tremendous work. Dr tennore and thank you for sharing that with us today at thanks to mayor transplant surgeon. Dr taner for joining us today to discuss living liver donation. Thank you very much mayoclinic. Qna is a production of the mayo clinic news network and is available wherever you get and subscribe to your favorite podcasts. To see a list of all male clinic podcasts. Visit news network dot mayoclinic dot org then. Click on podcasts. We hope you'll offer a review of this and other episodes when the option is available comments and questions can also be sent to mayo clinic news network at mayo dot. Edu thanks for listening and be well..

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"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

05:25 min | 10 months ago

"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"We are very grateful to have those partnerships. They are certainly familiar with the local resources in protocols so that when we need to escalate care and potentially bring patients into the hospital those care teams at each of our mail sites. are able to know the teams know the providers in can work to make sure we have a very seamless Escalation of care for those patients who are adversely trending at home and are in need of perhaps oxygen support need to start steroids or other antiviral medications winner is this available and is it. Patients who are linked do primary care providers. Or how do they find this kind of care through mayo clinic. You know for any patient any mayo clinic. Patient that has positive for covid nineteen They are assessed by one of the covy team providers for eligibility to participate in the remote patient monitoring program So really i is goes for our primary care empanel patients but also supports those receiving Specialty care as well at at mayo clinic at all of our meal sites throughout the organization. Can you give us a little bit more detail about how patients remotely monitored at home is. Are they on these monitors like twenty four hours a day or just occasionally and then how do you get this equipment to them to us. we partner with the company That works to ship the technology kit to patient Wherever they are planning to self isolate on through their recovery from the onus on so we work together with the patients and the in their caregivers to have the technology shift to either their homer are wherever they may be at. The box is in the kid. Itself is very simple when patients take out the tablets and turn it on it is it is ready to go. It is cellular abled. We don't have to worry about wi fi or connectivity in addition to that The devices that we're using for the biometric train are all bluetooth enabled so again. That information is just passively collected and it's available to our care teens visible in the electronic health record. This part thankfully is quite simple for patients. In fact ninety six percent of our patients in our surveys have said that the technology is extremely easy to use in that something..

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Mayo Clinic Q&A

02:51 min | 11 months ago

"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

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Mayo Clinic Q&A

02:57 min | 11 months ago

"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"Welcome to Mayo Clinic Q&A. I'm Deedee Steven as positive cases of covid-19 continue to spike across much of the country the role of contact tracing to prevent further spread becomes even more important when it comes to contact tracing quarantining and isolation timing is critical to prevent further exposures and spread disease joining us to discuss is Mayo Clinic preventive Medicine Specialists. Dr. Lora Brewer. Dr. Brewer is medical director of Occupational Health Services at Mayo Clinic. Welcome to the program with dr. Could you describe contact tracing and what role it plays in preventing further spread of the virus? Yes, I'd be happy to so contact tracing is essential the process of identifying those who may have been exposed to someone with covid-19 doing a risk assessment of that exposure and facilitating quarantine if we do identify that wage, Risk of developing covet and that quarantine make sure that that person stays home does not intern expose others. Should they develop covid-19 that 14 days so early on in this pandemic your team in Occupational Health developed digital tools to conduct contact tracing. Can you explain for our audience how this works our staff really made at the information much more quickly and we needed to be able to assess them as quickly as possible so that we could help them quarantine. So we developed digital tools including a digit off contact list. So we integrated our Occupational Health database to pull in information from our HR database for our employees so that we could send a contact log to a supervisor and they could go through and actually pick the names of their employees send it back to us, and we would have their phone numbers at our fingertips to be able to start reaching out and calling them immediately dead. We also developed a second tool which was an exposed employee assessment form. So when the supervisor submits that contact log every one of those employees who is potentially exposed to get some email in their workplace inbox to ask them certain questions about potential exposure and by doing that we're able to notify anywhere from 1 to 50 people all in a few seconds that they may have been exposed and then we go through and we do the we do the digital assessment and we've created some processes to facilitate the work of multiple different teams with that. We outlined our processes and a paper on Mayo Clinic proceedings so that it can be shared with others if they're interested in looking at that how has a compact racing evolved over these past few months and and does this this current search and Kobe cases that were seeing impact how contact missing works.

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Mayo Clinic Q&A

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"With the award and I. It's a great combination just to celebrate all those who of what's so hard lean building on the track record of success of quality improvement. Culture at Mayo Clinic I understand that the quality academy now is looking to potentially teach other institutions. Some of the secret sauce that exists in quality improvement. Can You? Can you talk a little bit about that? We established our mission. Quite a few years ago in Quality Academy's mission is to educate and inspire all of your. Staff to bridge gaps in quality. To us that didn't mean on healthcare staff within our walls. It meant all healthcare workers across the globe. We know that sounds a little bit over the top Barbara would said, we're aspirational and we're going to do it and last year we did a soft launch separate quality fellows, Longitudinal Education and certification program to the external market. So anyone in a healthcare field or even outside the healthcare field who has an interest in quality improvement with an emphasis on healthcare can pursue bronze and silver nail quality fellow certification said. And today we've worked with institutions domestically and internationally from California to Singapore. So Exciting Times. You probably me. Well, that that's wonderful because patient care is patient care and if others can learn. From, Mayo Clinic and what we've learned over the years I, think that's what we're here to do to help others and teach all. Barbara Necker Joe Lean anything else you want to add before we wrap up in two thousand twenty, we launched our campaign to seventy thousand problem solvers. We're really excited that forty one, thousand of our employees have engaged in this education and quality improvement. But that's not enough. We never want to stop encouraging people in their quality journey our goal setting one hundred percents of all employees to teen at the very least that Bronx certification, which really clearly indicates that every single person in and help them understand that job number one is number one, but he needs to improve job number one and. It. We've got the support of leadership We've got a lot of team. So we have a reporting structure where a supervisor can look to see if their team is all bronze certified, and if not, they can find those that education to.

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Mayo Clinic Q&A

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"People is something. We're very excited about what our. Deliverables for the conference will include a virtual. Opportunity for abstract or poster. Display we're working to figure that all out I know that there's technology out there and we will figure it out. So that staff have a chance to showcase the work that they don in quality improvement over the year, and I know that lots lots has being done some of that in relation to Kobe and then other. That's just you know the standard of looking for gaps in our practice and research and education in fielding projects and opportunities to close those gaps. So we're very excited I would. I. Would ask to Lean Neka about thoughts about the conference because there. I know that there will have been turning also and we have made the decision to go virtual but what are some of the things we've thought about in addition to just capturing that large audience I think one of the unique and just special things about the conference is it's really serves as a combination of our Mayo Clinic staff's efforts throughout the previous year in terms of all the wonderful quality improvement work that's going on across the organization. At this conference, they have an opportunity to showcase as Barbara said all the improvements that have been made identical sharing the best practices and learnings that are unique to their different to the different parts of of their work. And those participants who engage with the poster presentations learn about all the great things happening at all corners of the of the organization. So particularly interested with this ritual conference because we'll have an opportunity for the first time in a while to have a unified conference that is reflective of all the activities that have been going on across all the sites So there will be an opportunity for dialogue cross sites across campus dialogue that we have not traditionally. So I think that's going to be different for twenty, twenty, one and. That the theme we select will be something that obviously all the groups will reflect on will feel strongly about we try to pick topical issues that are of Relevance to your physician or might be reflective of what's going on you know in the external world as well. So. I think the theme we select as well as the opportunity to showcase work happening across the enterprise will be to unique aspects of the conference. Our quality conference is our way to showcase and celebrate everyone who's been working so hard to close those gaps and to do quality improvement across the institution and that as you had indicated part of the culture. Of Quality at Mayo Clinic in its at celebration and that we provide to them and. One other aspect is we will also be awarding are diamond quality fellows at this conference and many times. Our CEO will be the one who provide them.

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Mayo Clinic Q&A

10:27 min | 1 year ago

"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"WHAT'S THE ETHOS BEHIND QUALITY ACADEMY? Well Quality Academy is a really special group within the clinic quality. Academy occupies a central role whose key missed mission is really to. Teach Mayo Clinic staff, how to see gaps in quality in their work every day and equips them with the tools methods and skills to. Close those gaps in real time practice in the course of their work. So it's a it's a small group that exists within the Education Shield but we touch every single part of the practice and we interface with individuals across Gmail Clinic Enterprise. both inpatient care and across research. And Education as well and helping individuals to defy problems that occur in the course of their daily work, and then be learned how to close those gaps in quality that they encounter in their work every day. Sabra when from your perspective why is quality improvement? So important? Start to come fair mention not only just for the practice but for education and research. REC- quality accrue as A competitive advantage for us at male clinic. If all of us, all seventy thousand, our buds are looking at our work whether we're a an administrator in education and Research Coordinator of Front Desk Staff Person. It doesn't matter gaps gaps gaps deteriorate from efficiency or efficacy, our service and so by. Encouraging our staff to view quality improvement, it's just part of their daily work. The cruel of advantage for male clinic is just exponential. So we take all of us can look at our jobs not only as I'm Barbara Jordan education administrator but my job is also to improve that job and to have the tools and methods to do that is that competitive advantage for Mayo Clinic so we heard seventy thousand employees at Mayo. Clinic Enterprise Joe Lean how many of the workforce have actually been through the quality academy in some way of the other like you said, Male Clinic at seventy thousand employees nearly forty, one, thousand of them have achieved some level of certification. Majority of them have achieved. Braun. Certification and over seventy four hundred are those silver call. The fellows I know I myself am a silver claw fellow. Barbara. Are you silver quality fellow? Road and next year over quality fellow as well. So I'm an OP manager Barbara's administrator and Mecca is there Matala? Just are gold fellows are those who are Highly. qualified. Improvement Professionals when we count on to coach and mentor Meat Quality Improvement Initiatives across the institution and then in two thousand fourteen created a diamond quality fellow, which is our lifetime achievement award. And that's given. So only those who are nominated by their peer. Today we have seventeen diamond fellows in our ranks and it's a pretty prestigious award that people aspire to achieve congratulations. That's That's truly impressive. So dot to compare, we heard about the different levels, bronze, silver gold, and seventeen of his spy to diamond level. Can you tell us to sort of differences of those levels? Yeah. I would say the certification program. That Quality Academy administers is probably the flax. Or the basically a key component of all of our deliverables to Mayo. Clinic Staff. We offer three levels of certification. For most of our employees, the diamond level as a cut above those three levels as you get nominated to that to lifetime achievement award. But we exist that the bronze silver and gold level of the browns level. We're really just the expectation is that employees are Mayo Clinic, staff learn how they understand the value of quality. Within the male context of CARE they learn about gaps in quality, how to see those gaps and then learn about the basic principles of quality improvement tools and methods in how to apply them to to solve problems in Barbara mentioned meet. At the bronze level employees to recognize that their job number one is to do their job and to improve upon their job every day. So at the silver level which is where I would say the bulk of our employees end up settling in at the silver level, they get introduced to specific quality improvement tools, and they learn how go apply those tools, the context of an actual quality improvement. Project. Germane to their area of work. And can actually see how the application of those tools creates or improves specific processes in their work setting. And so two silver level there's Dr Curriculum, and then an experiential component as well. The gold levels really for our experienced quality improvement experts These are individuals for Quality Improvement Advisors, and they are facilitating, training mentoring coaching quality improvement teams across the enterprise who are engaged in the quality improvement process So these individuals are usually teaching a lot of our classes and they are mentoring actively mentoring coaching quality improvement teams. So those are the three levels of certification that exist and we have many staff who aspired to continue to advance their holiday improvement knowledge, and this certification program gives them that added incentive to reach higher and higher in their goals to to expand their knowledge. Well thank you for explaining that because I think when we think of Mayo Clinic we think about the culture and we think about the uniqueness of the culture here at Mayo Clinic about taking care of patients first and foremost and I think with programs such as Quality Academy that truly goes to sort of being the bedrock behind that culture. Now, you talked about the practice what about the medical school the medical students being exposed to Quality Academy and Quality Improvement Tools absolutely in fact, our learners which include medical students, residents, fellows. Are Part of this. Process for their part of our learning organization, and so we start very early with our medical students in their first year, introducing them to quality and quality improvement This becomes part of their signs of healthcare delivery curriculum. They're exposed to the didactics, just the basic fundamentals of quality of quality improvement We introduce them to basic principles introduced into what we call the democratic framework of solving problems or closing equality. Quality dates stands for define measure, analyze, improve, and control, and it's a framework that we employ across institution to improve. Our processes. So they're introduced to that in a simulated way using simulated project examples, and then as we start to as they start to advance into the wards on the floor in the inpatient and outpatient setting, they start to see how the practice works and can actually start to recognize gaps in quality that exists in practice and they advance in their knowledge introduced them to specific tools, quality improvement tools, and methods. And are able to apply that in the practice setting to solve problems as they progress through their training residency and fellowship for our new incoming residents. There's an expectation that they're all brawn certified and Ben. For different residency programs, there's an expectation that they are having silver certification. By the time they complete their residency training. So there are requirements that they go through different levels of the certification program at different stages of their training, but they are not We definitely engage them in the quality improvement process and it helps that our faculty most of them have gone through the Quality Academy Training Welcome Service Role Models and mentors to to the learners. At different stages in their train. Terrific and a lot of these teachings obviously had been face to face and Barbara. Now, with the Kobe, pandemic things have changed a little bit in terms of how we deliver education. How is the Quality Academy moved such that we can still deliver these principles but in the Safeway I'm just so proud of our team I'm proud of the whole college at Madison because the pandemic Kinda caught us off guard but. We didn't miss a step and just like the rest of the College of Medicine Worthy Kala Kademi resides we have risen to the occasion. Can a necessity is the mother of invention and we I believe we'll have some products and services from our transition to unwind virtual. A synchronous asynchronous learning. products are internal staff as well as the potential for some extra motivation of those items. So we have. Transitioned to provide online training virtual training to staff across our our primary products the bronze curriculum is already been online but are silver now virtual, and we're just thrilled about that because it will allow us to continue to serve the needs of our internal audience and has Dr Cohn. Sarah mentioned we really want to see our leaders our ops managers are administrators are project managers, our division and departmental leaders achieved silver. Because, sobers rarely wear you are able to apply the knowledge and really advance quality improvement at Mayo. So again, Dr Fred Meyer, our executive Dean for education.

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Mayo Clinic Q&A

02:01 min | 1 year ago

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03:14 min | 1 year ago

"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

"Many patients have been touched in this manner but we also have to think about awfully have done for the past one. Hundred and fifty years are face-to-face. Practice is absolutely second to none. And that's face to face practice where we bring a patient to Mayo Clinic. We have an itinerary which is very very organized. A very efficient seen multiple providers in a short period of time. That's been our main stay that span an absolute differentiator and I see telemedicine as enhancing that face to face practice in most cases as opposed to replacing it. So we're now hard wiring in for example a couple of examples once we have patients scheduled to come new patients have Mayo Clinic. I see that we will be. I believe that we will use video consoles or telephone consults up front in many cases to connect with the patient ahead of time. I'm Dr Loftus. I'M DR CA-CAR I'm going to be meeting you in a couple of weeks time. I want to ensure that we have everything in place that maybe a provider reaching out of. Maybe unearth reaching out. May maybe another colleague reaching out to ensure that we have at the itinerary as it should be. We're prepared for the patient. Such begin to get as best care at Mayo Clinic. Another example may be established patients. Dr Takhar has operated on them and six their hands. They need to be back here at Mayo Clinic. Or could that be potentially a virtual consultation as opposed to the patient traveling along distance if they don't need additional surgery or diagnostic test but then many patients in the vast majority of our patients was still needs to come to Milton for that? Face to face multidisciplinary practice for the surgery or the procedure for the advanced diagnostic testing. That has always differentiated. Cares me authentic for for century for one hundred fifty years so in summary? Telemedicine is definitely here to say it's an enhancement but I see it has Enhancing the face to face practice as opposed to replacing the face of practice. And I couldn't say that any better as you said the word enhancement is absolutely there and it's extending that human touch to somebody when you can't see them physically it means so much to our patients and I'm so glad that you expanded on that and how it sort of enhancing out practice both face to face and virtually I would just extend tremendous thanks across the board for firstly to to you Dr ca-car into your your colleagues for arranging this interview. Amines extremely important that our patients notice. We're here for them. We're all was here for them. In Times of difficulty. We're here to be a guide to be of help in any way we can mail. Panic is safe safe. And it's we're here to care for all patients needs now I also want to thank any staff members who are listening. Our staff have been absolutely unbelievable in their response across the board to ensure that we are able to continue in our mission our mission in practice our mission in education our mission research to continue to advance medicine to care for all the patients who need us. Thanks to chair of Mayo. Clinic's outpatient practice.

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Mayo Clinic Radio

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

"They truly feel safe coming back to see us. Having their problems dealt with in the way that we traditionally do Mayo Clinic. So thank you for that. This is obviously face to face interactions. But as your Lou to earlier when the executive order came down and before that there was a shift to telemedicine. Do you think moving forward. That telemedicine is still here to stay and telemedicine is fantastic enhancement to our face to face practice. Telemedicine is definitely here to stay We of course we're working hard and telemedicine as all other institutions. Were before this. We have tremendous team of connected care colleagues who were working in the telemedicine space that we we had a plan for telemedicine to to be heavily. Invested in our practice over over many years at plan was accelerated effectively overnight at bought telephone Consultations and video consultations effectively exploded in those weeks. Where the executive order was in place we wanted to remain in contact with our patients want to ensure our patients that we were here for them and save for them if they needed to be here on campus physically. We wanted to be able to continue to deliver the care if they need to ensure that their Their their needs were were taken care of during this during this period Telemedicine has been tremendously valuable. I I think about one patient where I delivered video. Consult to a very very graceful lady on an on an island off the coast of Maine and this lady is living on an island off the coast of Maine. She unfortunately has a bowel obstruction due to a problem. And she's on nutrition by vein and she's got a chew coming out of her stomach so so traveling to Mayo Clinic with all of these. Very difficult Cesary reason speeding would have been tremendously difficult for her. We were able to deliver into her home..

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"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

Mayo Clinic Radio

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

"The At our desks at Mayo Clinic to ensure that again with the are no symptoms are going to compromise safety. So you can see. It's it's very very very thorough and thankfully has been very effective at all and I would hate tremendous credit to our patients have been so patients. True all of this and they understand. They're willing to go along with all of this to ensure that they are staff members. Remain safe so the screening mechanisms are extremely extremely thorough number. One number two universal. Masking that has been huge. All patients all visitors all employees mask. That's a huge huge change but also very very very important in terms of efficacy and then the other two other big spaces one is management of our patients and facilities as our patients are on campus. We ensure that social distancing is made contained. We ensure that we don't have crowds of patience in waiting areas or in the areas or anyplace else we have a colleagues from are from various teams helping our patients to ensure that they remain masks that they remain socially distance offering a hand sanitizers. And if we do were observing patients as they go through the process as well we observe any patient. It's coughing or maybe symptomatic. We actually asked him to step aside and we put them through an initiative. More thorough screening a mechanism as well so multiple multiple steps in the final step is patients who are coming in for a surgery or for higher risk procedure so if a patient is going to surgery they're tested With a as a foreign shield swab two days before surgery to ensure that they don't have corona virus likewise patients were going through a number of different procedures are tested ahead.

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"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"Many patients have been touched in this manner but we also have to think about what we have done for the past. One hundred and fifty years are face-to-face. Practice is absolutely second to none. And that's face to face practice where we bring a patient to Mayo Clinic. We have an itinerary which is very very organized. A very efficient seen multiple providers in a short period of time. That's been our main stay that span an absolute differentiator and I see telemedicine as enhancing that face to face practice in most cases as opposed to replacing it. So we're now hard wiring in for example a couple of examples once we have patients scheduled to come new patients have Mayo Clinic. I see that we will be. I believe that we will use video consoles or telephone consults up front in many cases to connect with the patient ahead of time. I'm Dr Loftus. I'm Dr ca-car I'm going to be meeting you in a couple of weeks time. I want to ensure that we have everything in place at maybe a provider reaching out of maybe unearth reaching out. May maybe another colleague reaching out to ensure that we have at the itinerary as it should be. We're prepared for the patient. Such get to get as Best Care Mayo Clinic. Another example may be established patients. Dr Takhar has operated on them and six their hands. They need to be back here at Mayo Clinic or could be potentially a virtual consultation as opposed to the patient traveling along distance if they don't need additional surgery or diagnostic test but then many patients in the vast majority of our patients was still needs to come to Milton for that. Face to face multidisciplinary practice for the surgery or the procedure for the advanced diagnostic testing. That has always differentiated. Cares me authentic for for century for one hundred fifty years so in summary? Telemedicine is definitely here to say it's an enhancement but I see it has Enhancing the face to face practice as opposed to replacing. The face of practice. Couldn't say that any better as you said the word enhancement is absolutely there and it's extending that human touch to somebody when you can't see them physically it means so much to our patients and I'm so glad that you expanded on that and how it sort of enhancing out practice both face to face and virtually I would just extend tremendous thanks across the board for firstly to to you Dr ca-car into your your colleagues for arranging this interview. Amines extremely important that our patients were here for them. We're all was here for them. In Times of difficulty. We're here to be a guide to be of help in any way we can mail. Panic is safe safe. And it's we're here to care for all patients needs now I also want to thank any staff members who are listening. Our staff have been absolutely unbelievable in their response across the board to ensure that we are able to continue in our mission our mission in practice our mission in education our mission research to continue to advance medicine to care for all the patients who need us. Thanks to chair of Mayo. Clinic's outpatient practice.

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"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"The At our desks at Mayo Clinic to ensure that again with the are no symptoms are going to compromise safety. So you can see. It's it's very very very thorough and thankfully has been very effective at all and I would hate tremendous credit to our patients have been so patients. True all of this and they understand. They're willing to go along with all of this to ensure that they are staff members. Remain safe so the screening mechanisms are extremely extremely thorough number. One number two universal. Masking that has been huge. All patients all visitors all employees mask. That's a huge huge change but also very very very important in terms of efficacy and then the other two other big spaces one is management of our patients and facilities as our patients are on campus. We ensure that social distancing is made contained. We ensure that we don't have crowds of patience in waiting areas or in the area or anyplace else. We have a colleagues from are from various teams helping our patients to ensure that they remain masks that they remain socially distance offering a hand sanitizers. And if we do were observing patients as they go through the process as well we observe any patient. It's coughing or maybe symptomatic. We actually asked him to step aside and we put them through an initiative. More thorough screening a mechanism as well so multiple multiple steps in the final step is patients who are coming in for a surgery or for higher risk procedure so if a patient is going to surgery they're tested With a as a foreign shield swab two days before surgery to ensure that they don't have corona virus likewise patients were going through a number of different procedures are tested ahead.

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"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

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"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Talks

Mayo Clinic Talks

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Talks

"So this is all happened in the last one hundred days Dr Badly. Obviously the everything's changing it's evolving. How do you foresee the next one hundred days moving forward so I heard within the next hundred days there are likely to be drugs? Identify which make meaning all favorable impact into patients who have disease. And it's possible that one or two of those therapies cocoa as far as being approved and therefore made available to everyone be prescribed outside of well. That's an uplifting note absolutely to to end on there and you're anything else that you wanted to add base has been a tremendous response from the entire male immunity. Everybody at every role has come together. The synergy is to move and advance everything. We're doing into clinical and did spend a unbelievable thing to observe and everybody who played A. I believe help. These patients number one number two when we're faced with such devastating illness. It's hard to see his overlying. If there is a silver lining to be had from this. I'd like to thank several things number. One is that will begin to appreciate and recognize and implement practices of public health more widely across. Us number two is that we implement those public health policies that we know make a difference or example we know that influenza vaccination makes a difference and Save Wise I am hopeful that the public option of those interventions will increase time. Those and then number three is we are in the position of having such a depth of scientific understanding today and such a depth of good therapeutic candidates in our disposal that it talk literally weeks to get the first trials in place and that's because obey robust basic and clinical science pipeline. That is so critical and my third hope is that increasingly recognized and basic urged will continue to be patented thanks to Dr Andrew Baddeley chair of Mayo Clinic's covered nineteen research hospitals too badly. Thank you time and hard work. You all Mayo Clinic. Qna is a production of the Mayo Clinic. News Network is available wherever you get and subscribe to your favorite podcasts. To see a list of all male clinic podcasts visit news network DOT Mayoclinic Dot Org. Then Click on podcast. Thanks for listening and be well. We hope you'll offer a review of this other episodes when the option is available comments and questions can also be sent to Mayo Clinic News Network at Mayo Dot Edu..

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Mayo Clinic Talks

10:09 min | 1 year ago

"mayo" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Talks

"But it but it works. I think we're going to start to see that in other areas of the US as this moves away from the two coasts and more and more into the center of the US. So here's a listener. Who has obviously listening closely? She says two weeks ago you advised us to use contemptuously appropriate levels of protection explained again what that means and does it still apply it. It not only applies but it is a dynamic or moving target based on the context. I is simple analogy. And then we'll apply it If you live in safe area of the country where I do Rochester Minnesota When I go to bed at night I locked the front and back door later one. I closed my first floor. Windows layer to flip outside light on layers tree. That's all I need. If I lived in a in a more difficult area of the nation I might add layer for an alarm system layer. Five window bars. Maybe layer six the panic button. You get the idea. So what does that mean for us in the in the US again? Are you in a high risk or low risk situation and that can change over time? Low risk situation. Tell the work if you can social distance thing being sure in your hands or cling slayers two and three. Nobody comes in your home without him. Sanitizing layer or nobody comes into your home period. And unless it's absolutely necessary you just keep layering things on like that based on your particular context based on the transmission dynamics in your area recognizing they lag by two weeks or so. So you're sticking with that is your motto. You don't have a new one correct. Well the only knew it. I added more cultural and that is and we're beginning to see this. You Know Saint Paul Ramsey hospital up in the twin cities Among their greatest number of VR. Visit not Kobe. Nineteen it's mental health issues and my motto is. We really have to turn from a mean culture to way week culture and you see that in a grassroots through healthcare providers movement where you see them in the hospital with the same thing. I'm staying here. You stay home. If it's every man for himself we will do poorly as history shows in pandemics. I'm to take care of my neighbor. I'm to take care of my community to help at any level that I can and if we all do that and if we all take care of each other we will do better together all right. It's not me it's we all right. Yeah next question. Do Surgical Masks help or not only do surgical masks help but a mask of almost anything helps now the original reason that CDC and other organizations that don't wear masks is because they wanted to preserve those for frontline healthcare workers but you can have an effective mascot of a folded over Bandanna or handkerchief. The way it helps is in disregard. It decreases the risk that you'll breathe in these respiratory droplets that somebody else may have cost coughed or sneezed. And now you're breathing and it is a reminder not put your fingers in your eyes nose or mouth so from that perspective is protective now. It can't do anything against Aristotelian virus but that's probably not the primary mode of transmission air again. I think because they were. They didn't want people to go out and buy all the end ninety five and surgical masks because they were needed for healthcare workers think. That was the motivation behind that. Not Dia- Interesting Hell. Would you like to comment on the cure being worse than the disease thinking? Yeah I think this really get to cultural and personal values. What price a light? How much economic disruption for. How long can we take? What does it mean particularly for the most vulnerable members of our society who are often living paycheck to paycheck? This is where government comes in government is to do for the people what they cannot do for themselves. I'm fine I don't need anything but I know that there are neighbors of mine that do need help and we help them. How how far do you go with it? And how do you balance it? I think it is phased approach. You wait till the curve bent you. Wait till you start saying a great deal munition in case and then you wait two weeks more you begin to loosen restrictions. I with young people because there while they can still want occasion have severe disease. They are dying up there and we watch weight. We do it carefully the same way you might think of sort of the canary in the money's Mindset of you know you don't expose. Everybody wants to open up all the schools and colleges do it all right. Isn't it okay for people with no symptoms or who have tested negative to go back to work your difficult difficult question the no symptoms. You actually don't have any information It is apparent that ace symptomatic transmission. That is you have no symptoms but are still carrying the virus and can transmit it to somebody else does occur the more people you congregate in a building in a room in an area the greater the risk that you re spark that pandemic and start having cases. They get so. It's really important that we know that the other thing that's really important is that we. We begin to have very rapid tests to tell us whether somebody is immune even if it's in the short term so that they can go back to work in in particularly in essential job they can be frontline healthcare workers and responders. If I have a sick family member can I go to work or should I stay home? You should stay on you. Are you are risking. Other people by transmitting that disease I would say that if you're not in ential worker than than you need to be at all right next question the. Us and South Korea apparently had their first detected case of covert one thousand nine on the same day but it appears they have. They have flattened the curve and started the fourteen day timer. What can we learn from on how they have handled the outbreak? You know what the key thing that I know people bring up. Well you know SARS in in two thousand two wasn't like this. That was different. There was not a dramatic transmission. What drives this is that we do. Have people transmitting the disease? Who Don't know they have it. And so when if you really you have two choices in stopping this pandemic and there are only two absent antivirals and vaccines you either. Get everybody infected. In which case you will have millions in the hospital and Lou and and lose tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands of people to the disease or you shut things down now. Both are disrupted both have closed or Kahn. Both are value judgments about what to do but if the goal is stopped widespread transmission. You say everything isn't essential or that is not a part of national security Supply Chain Hospital Workers Federa telework. We are out of time basically but I have one last question. Because I've been getting this on nonstop for the last thirty six hours and it's about Ibuprofen What do we know about Ibuprofen Safety? So we know a lot about. Ib program safety though not in the context of this particular infection so I do pro fin regardless those a context is a drug. That can cause water and salt retention. It can elevate blood pressure and can cause bleeding as well as kidney dysfunction. Now you take a drug like that into somebody with a viral infection. As it help or harm I think despite the warnings of WHO and the government of France. I think most of US scientists recognized there really is not any solid scientific data saying that that represents a unique risk in code nineteen now having said that the only reason to take a drug like that is for fever. Reduction muscle aches and pain uses. See the benefits. Are stapler all right. Well Dr Greg Poland Infectious Disease Expert vaccine expert. Thanks so much again for answering all of our listeners questions on the covert nineteen outbreak We'll be talking to you again soon. We'll look forward to that. But hopefully we'll reach the apex of number of cases pretty soon and number of deaths and start to go on the other down on the other side of the curve. We all go. Yeah thank you moment Mayo Clinic. Qna is a production of Mayo Clinic News Network and is available wherever you get and subscribe to your favorite podcasts to see a list of all mayoclinic. Qna podcast visit news network. Got Mayoclinic Dot Org. Then Lick podcasts. Thanks for listening.

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