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Ohio Hospital Admits Transplanting Kidney to Wrong Patient

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:13 sec | 3 months ago

Ohio Hospital Admits Transplanting Kidney to Wrong Patient

"Sure. And there's an Ohio hospital system that's trying to figure out how it went wrong. University hospitals in Cleveland as a kidney intended for someone else ended up in the wrong patient.

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Hospital Patient Gets Kidney Meant for Someone Else

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Hospital Patient Gets Kidney Meant for Someone Else

"A patient at a hospital in Ohio got a kidney that was meant for someone else officials at university hospitals in Cleveland are apologizing for the mistake and say two employees have been placed on administrative leave they do add that the kidney given to the wrong patient is compatible and the person is expected to recover the other patients surgery has been delayed hospital officials say they're taking a look at how the mistake happened to prevent a similar error in the future the hospital is notified the United network for organ sharing which manages the national transplant system I'm Shelley Adler

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"university hospital" Discussed on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"university hospital" Discussed on The Academic Minute

"Most of us think of hospitals as places. We go in order to get well when we are too ill to recover from illness or injury at home. Researchers many disciplines and healthcare providers are striving to make sure that is true. I'm economist studies how to improve healthcare. Which means either we can improve access to in the quality of healthcare at the same cost or maintain access and quality but produce these at lower cost in two thousand report documented. The alarming incidents and cost preventable adverse events or patient safety events in america's hospitals reporting that as many as ninety eight thousand people die in hospitals every year as a result of preventable medical errors since then government agencies and hospitals have worked to measure medical error and provide incentives for hospitals to minimize these events. This is where my research comes in. What types of policies are effective in reducing medical error but types of investments hospitals lead to improvements in patient safety information technology nurse. Training empowering frontline caretakers to signal problems. Once we know what works. How do we get hospitals to adopt these systems and processes. How do we make these changes. Sustainable what have we learned where we can do better. We've seen improvement in many measures of hospital. Quality preliminary results indicate increased expenditure on the education and training of nursing staff. Non data processing produce improvements in patient. Safety context matters. that is each hospital's different in quality. Improvement efforts needs to be tailored to each environment. Incentives also matter government policies related to value based care and non payment encourage hospitals to change behaviors to improve outcomes. Healthcare workers are motivated to do the right thing but doing the right things often costly and we have much more to learn.

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Linda Dynan, Northern Kentucky University  Hospital Safety and Quality

The Academic Minute

01:44 min | 4 months ago

Linda Dynan, Northern Kentucky University Hospital Safety and Quality

"Most of us think of hospitals as places. We go in order to get well when we are too ill to recover from illness or injury at home. Researchers many disciplines and healthcare providers are striving to make sure that is true. I'm economist studies how to improve healthcare. Which means either we can improve access to in the quality of healthcare at the same cost or maintain access and quality but produce these at lower cost in two thousand report documented. The alarming incidents and cost preventable adverse events or patient safety events in america's hospitals reporting that as many as ninety eight thousand people die in hospitals every year as a result of preventable medical errors since then government agencies and hospitals have worked to measure medical error and provide incentives for hospitals to minimize these events. This is where my research comes in. What types of policies are effective in reducing medical error but types of investments hospitals lead to improvements in patient safety information technology nurse. Training empowering frontline caretakers to signal problems. Once we know what works. How do we get hospitals to adopt these systems and processes. How do we make these changes. Sustainable what have we learned where we can do better. We've seen improvement in many measures of hospital. Quality preliminary results indicate increased expenditure on the education and training of nursing staff. Non data processing produce improvements in patient. Safety context matters. that is each hospital's different in quality. Improvement efforts needs to be tailored to each environment. Incentives also matter government policies related to value based care and non payment encourage hospitals to change behaviors to improve outcomes. Healthcare workers are motivated to do the right thing but doing the right things often costly and we have much more to learn.

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Japanese Doctors Perform World's First Living Donor Lung Transplant

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 7 months ago

Japanese Doctors Perform World's First Living Donor Lung Transplant

"In Japan have performed the world's first transplant of lung tissue from living donors to a patient with severe lung damage from covert. 19. The recipient, who is only identified as a woman is recovering after the nearly 11 hour operation on Wednesday at Kyoto University Hospital. Her husband and son, who donated parts of their lungs are also in stable condition. University officials say she's expected to leave them. Hospital in about two months and return to her normal life in about three

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Some Are Experiencing Neurological Symptoms Months After Mild Cases of COVID-19

Daily Coronavirus Update

02:03 min | 7 months ago

Some Are Experiencing Neurological Symptoms Months After Mild Cases of COVID-19

"A recent study is shedding light on the neurological difficulties. Some are having months after covid infection. The issues were even present in many. The did not have severe cases corona virus the most common issues or brain fog headaches tingling and muscle pain as is with many covert problems. Scientists think it's related to the inflammation caused the body when trying to fight off the virus pam belic health and science reporter at the new york. Times joins us for these neurological covid issues. That linger thanks for joining us. Pan am happy to be here to talk about this new study that we have talking about some of the neurological issues that people have gotten months after the corona virus infections. We've been hearing a lot about people with long cove. It's sometimes been called long haulers. Just people that are feeling the effects of the virus for beyond after they've recovered from medieval. But we're you know seeing things like brain fog. You're hearing a lot about dizziness. Just kind of that latigo. Six around with a lot of people and we have these neurological disorders. That people are experiencing constantly so pam. Tell us a little bit about what this new study. And who conducted it and what we're learning so this study was done by a special clinic at northwestern university hospital in chicago that was set up to you specifically deal with neurological issues from covid patients. And you know it's run by people who are neuro infectious disease specialists and they've seen this before with you know on a smaller scale with other viruses and so they sort of knew that this was going to be coming so they set up a clinic and they have been getting they tell me sixty new patients a month from around the country. They're seeing some in person and some via telemedicine. This study is a report of a hundred of their patients kind of their early patients and it is looking at the symptoms that they had and how long they persisted and any underlying conditions that they had all that sort of stuff

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"university hospital" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

02:48 min | 8 months ago

"university hospital" Discussed on Cardionerds

"I'm always worried about coronary artery disease causing qa or previous m. I especially in a patient with a heart attack or a patient that may have previously had a heart attack and might have an schemic cardiomyopathy now. Qa's can also be seen sometimes in infiltration so if this is possibly the ideology of the patient's current presentation might not be as from scar tissue. Might becuase from infiltration from something else moving onto his lap values thing. He has some pretty interesting. Testing was done so to start. We'll just say that his creating and b. Un were normal at one point. Two and twenty two a cbc showed a hemoglobin of fifteen a white count of nine point six. His lt's did show a mile. Trans emanate us with an ast fifty. Six am one hundred twelve h opponent pro bnp and inflammatory markers and then lactate were all elevated his initial high sensitivity opponent was two hundred and sixteen which repeat two hours later was two hundred nine. His probe emp was greater than seven thousand as presenting lactate was three point three i and like i mentioned his. Espn crp were both elevated. He did have on admission. A initial lab workup which involved in hiv tsa h farrington an a urine drug screen in an sp and all those returned normal or negative. We have this patient who is trying to compensate and in some ways he is. You know you have evidence here of hypo perfusion. Your lactose reported three at is not reassuring as we talked about. These patients are at risk of falling off the cliff so to speak and so we already have an elevated lactate. But at the same time he's managing to refuse his kidneys despite probably high venus hypertension from his congestion. But you are seeing markers of congestion liver enzymes which may also be from a hyper state. But then you also have this pro be. That's showing evidence of allegation is evidence of cardiac damage that's from high a. l. vp. Or potentially as you're building a case for infiltrative process that's rapidly developing which is making my spidey sense. Go up and so these labs are pointing us direction that this is a good opportunity to hopefully intervene on this patient and get a better outcome but not completely reassuring in something that again. We gotta continue acting on agree with dan completely. Shana just wanna commend you for putting together such a sancta and wonderful presentation for this patient. Because we're really get into pitcher of who's showing up to the emergency department here and for our listeners. I just want to reiterate that all these images will be available on the cardio nurse website. One small point is as dan mentioned. Sean you mentioned as well you know. There's relatively low voltage in the limb leads. There's qa's which can be suggestive of cardiomyopathy in specific infiltrative inflammatory inflammatory process. We have elevated nonspecific inflammatory markers and so while we look at the ekg for not just low voltage in the setting infiltrator process. We should also be looking for any effect on the conduction system itself. So i should looking for pr. Prolong gatien facilitator. Blocks bundle branch blocks any evidence of a topic beats because that.

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"university hospital" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

03:42 min | 8 months ago

"university hospital" Discussed on Cardionerds

"Hello cardio nerds. We are just fantastically lucky to be with three amazing master. Clinicians dr shawn dick. Dan dr her though she. Dr rachel devon ham from thomas jefferson university hospital guys. Welcome to the show and would you do us a huge favor and introduce yourselves Coaching actually a first year. Cardiology fellow at jefferson. Very excited to be here. This is my first podcast. That i've been a part of looking forward to getting to know you guys. I'm rachel devon here. i am also a first year. Cardiology fellow at thomas. Jefferson also first time reporting on a protest though resigned longtime. My name is shawn dick dan. This is my second time on the cardio narrates it was an honor to record with you guys for episode ninety as part of the fellowship k series. It was a lot of fun. And i'm excited to do it again. Sean hirsch rachel it is such a pleasure to have you guys on the podcast rachel. I'm so glad you said first time longtime because that takes me back to the core of philadelphia where you guys are all training and i am originally from. It's a sports town. I bleed green. I wrote on the philadelphia eagles. I trust the process with the seventy sixers. I'm just so excited to be here with you guys. Last time we were on the podcast. We went to independence beer garden. We had a lot of fun across from liberty bell across from independence hall. We're going to leave independence beer garden and go somewhere. That hirsch and rachel decide pandemic has really hurt her ability to you explore philadelphia as much as i would like to but i do spend a lot of time eating doughnuts at reading terminal market at filers be specific. So what do you think should we. Philly is the city of foodies. If you love food. I love getting my county roles just like indian wraps at masala kitchen which is in center city. Go there every week. Love going to lincoln financial field especially since a cowboys. Fans got a rep my cowboys. Friday in the setting of heels fans and the other thing i like about phillies are a lot of good hiking trails. Which you know. I've been doing a lot of in the pandemic getting out little bit. At least i was gonna say you know. I don't know if we can continue this podcast. I don't typically do podcast with cowboys fans especially if we're recording from philadelphia but her sh- and the team at thomas. Jefferson seem like such a wonderful group. Here so i think we can continue. Yeah and i'd say definitely a moment on the lips forever on the hips for those doughnuts. But if that is a harbinger of me memorizing all the things you're about to teach me forever i'll take it. I think it's worth it. That will walk up the height. We'll do it so hike later. Why don't we get started in. Hit us up with an amazing case. That will teach us a lot about cardiology and also about patient care awesome. Thanks a lot. Dan so i'll start with our case. I'll preface it by saying that. This is a patient that i encountered as a resident because they did my residency here at thomas jefferson and the case goes back a couple years. Our patients mr j. He's a thirty six year old man with a medical history of non ischemic cardiomyopathy. He presents the emergency department with progressive disney. His index presentation was at a nearby hospital six weeks prior..

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Three dead, two injured in Louisiana gun store shooting

Stephanie Miller

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Three dead, two injured in Louisiana gun store shooting

"Hurt after a shooting in Metarie, Louisiana. Jefferson Parish sheriff's deputies responded to the Jefferson gun outlet around 3 P.m.. Sheriff Jola Pento gives an update on the situation. We have a total of three deceased, including the two that were inside out here on the scene itself. We have a two additional that were hit by gunfire and were transported to university hospital. I'm told they're in stable condition at this point in time, the incident began with the disagreement inside the store, leading the suspect to shoot two people. Others inside the gun store began to engage in a shoot out before the suspect was struck. Two of the victims and the suspect were pronounced dead at the scene. At least one person is

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Gottlieb says vaccines should offer "reasonable protection" against coronavirus variants

Atlanta's Morning News

01:01 min | 9 months ago

Gottlieb says vaccines should offer "reasonable protection" against coronavirus variants

"Cases begin to decline across the country, but a troubling number in Georgia. Double the SPS Bill carpaccio reports live on efforts to get the pandemic under control. Yeah, yeah, The nearly 180 new coronavirus deaths recorded in Georgia on Saturday is a new single day record. Race is on to get more people vaccinated. We have to get those vaccines into many, many more people before we see the decline. CBS NEWS Medical expert Dr David Vegas worries about new strains of significant concern. Over these new variants, former FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb tells CBS's face the nation. He is encouraged by the vaccines. I do think that the existing vaccines are gonna offer reasonable protection against these new variants. Dr. Walter Orenstein with Emory University's Hospital of Vaccine Center tells Channel two action news People should trust vaccines are safe. Warp speed, which initially sounded like a great name has given people thoughts. Corners have been cut. Despite the variants, he says, the vaccines are more effective than no vaccine it all drug companies are already working on booster shots, which could be available by this fall.

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Vermont Sen. Patrick Leahy returns home after hospital visit

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

Vermont Sen. Patrick Leahy returns home after hospital visit

"For months senator Patrick Leahy has been released from a Washington hospital expenses the eighty year old senator Patrick Leahy is looking forward to getting back to work after a brief visit to George Washington University hospital Lahey reported not feeling well at the capitol in was sent to the hospital as a precaution and for testing earlier Tuesday he'd been presiding over the Senate as president pro temp at this time I will administer the oath of the senators in the chamber swearing in colleagues ahead of next month's impeachment trial for Donald Trump Leahy is the longest serving member of the U. S. Senate he was elected to Congress in nineteen seventy four Jackie Quinn Washington

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South Korea Faces Third Wave Of Coronavirus

Morning Edition

03:25 min | 10 months ago

South Korea Faces Third Wave Of Coronavirus

"South Korea, one of the most successful countries and fighting the pandemic is doing worse now, case numbers are growing during a third wave of infections. NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports on the debate over how to respond. For the past week, South Korea has tried to discourage year and revelry by banning gatherings of more than four people and shutting down ski resorts and tourist spots. But new case numbers and deaths remain stubbornly and or near record highs. Those new infection highs of around 1000 today in a country of more than 50 million are, Of course, nowhere near is bad is the US, nor are they as good as save New Zealand or Taiwan. Dr Kim Woo ju and infectious disease expert at Korea University's Good. A hospital in Seoul recalls that when the first wave of infections hit in February, fear of a new and unfamiliar virus gripped South Koreans, Ah Kitana. Sarah's got so scared. They started wearing masks and stopped going outside even before the government mandated it. But as the pandemic were on, people loosened up and mobility went up. Meanwhile, the government listen to a crescendo of voices of exhausted citizens and struggling businesses. The government hesitated to raise the social distancing level when it should have and was too fast to downgrade it when it shouldn't have. Kim argues that the government has got it backwards. It's not the counter measures that are hurting the economy. It's the pandemic. Experts also point out that the third wave is going to be tougher to crush than the first two. This time. There are more undetected community transmissions, more smaller clusters of infections. China and me, a respiratory disease specialist at equal Women's University in Seoul, says South Korea relied on testing and contact tracing to beat the first two waves. But this time that won't be enough, she says, would you guys how does have a right to take that and that you can only cut the chain of transmission if we cut social activity? The government won praise early on by putting health authorities and experts firmly in charge of the pandemic response. But John says this has changed socially with their table got him over there we go in there. Aside From a few exceptions, most medical experts have been calling on the government to raise social distancing restrictions and warning that hospitals are under a lot of strain E few that our opinions are not reflected very well in the government's decisions. South Korea's government denies that there's any daylight between politicians and experts. Or that it's gone soft on the virus. Speaking on December, 22nd Health Ministry spokesperson Sonia Hong Lei acknowledged that some people are calling for raising restrictions to the maximum. Could you two get engaged with only days ago? Who does those calls are understandable, he said. But regarding occasional claims that the government has violated his own criteria for raising restrictions, he added, We've never done that. Just before Christmas. U. S troops stationed here got the country's first coronavirus vaccinations. Most South Koreans won't start getting theirs until February. The government insists there's no delay. But at Korea University Hospital Doctor Kim Woo ju says the government seems to have dropped the ball. E don't understand why the South Korean government didn't start actively negotiating advanced purchase agreements until November. The government announced Thursday that it's secured more than enough vaccines for his population. And, according to a recent poll, nearly 90% say they'll take the shot.

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Hospital fire kills 9 COVID-19 patients at ICU in Turkey

Hollywood 360

00:27 sec | 11 months ago

Hospital fire kills 9 COVID-19 patients at ICU in Turkey

"Fire in Turkey. The health minister says Nine people have been killed in that blaze in an intensive care unit treating covert 19 patients. Authorities say the fire started when an oxygen cylinder exploded at the privately run sank. Oh University Hospital unit in southern Turkey. The victims reportedly between 56 85. 14 patients undergoing ICU treatment were transferred to other facilities.

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Ian McKellen receives Covid-19 vaccine, says he feels 'euphoric'

Tom Sullivan

00:15 sec | 11 months ago

Ian McKellen receives Covid-19 vaccine, says he feels 'euphoric'

"British actor encouraging others to get the covert vaccine after receiving it himself. The 81 year old Lord of Rings actor Sir Ian McKellen was one of the first celebrities to get the vaccine. He was given the first two doses at London's Queen Mary's University Hospital yesterday.

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Should people of color get access to the Covid-19 vaccine before others?

NBC Nightly News

01:53 min | 11 months ago

Should people of color get access to the Covid-19 vaccine before others?

"Beyond frontline workers and people in nursing homes many think communities of color some of the hardest hit during this pandemic should receive the vaccine next hour gade gutierrez reports all right today. The first vaccinations of healthcare workers loretto hospital on chicago's west side or black americans. Make up forty percent of covid deaths equity isn't part of our covid nineteen strategy. It is our strategy in washington. Dc more vaccinations at howard university hospital. As public health officials including the surgeon general are now highlighting the critical need to reach communities of color in the months ahead just over half of states with publicly available plans for vaccine distribution. Have at least one mention of incorporating racial equity. it's not just ethically permissible. But it's an ethical imperative. They've suffered historical An unconscionable deficits in health and every can imagine. Kenny brown is a community organizer in columbus ohio. Who's fighting vaccine skepticism in minority neighborhoods. There's a distrust. what's his deadly valid. Because of some of the things that happened to our community in the past in newark new jersey's multi-ethnic ironbound neighborhood. Where the kovic positivity rate tops a staggering forty percent peres told us she scared of the vaccine even though her father has been hospitalized with covid for more than a month. There's a great amount of mistrust. Vicky hernandez runs a community center here. Black and brown communities primarily make up essential workers and they have been disproportionately affected by cove it and so for that reason they should be prioritized members shows that only one in three plans to get vaccinated right away. Lester are gutierrez tonight. Thank

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Emergency room nurse receives first COVID-19 vaccine in New Jersey

All Things Considered

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

Emergency room nurse receives first COVID-19 vaccine in New Jersey

"The first person in New Jersey to receive a covert 19 vaccine outside of a clinical trial. Today, Marines have been equals works at University Hospital in Newark, and today is also her 56th birthday. She says Getting the vaccine was a great way to celebrate, especially since he's exposed to Cove it every day in her job. They don't want to have that risk to take it home to my own family to my own friends. Until my neighbors and people within my community so I am in lifted. I thank you, Father. God. For this moment, six hospitals in New Jersey are starting to dispense 56,000 doses of the Fizer buying tech vaccine. Nursing homes are receiving an additional 20,000 doses of the first shipment to more vaccine shipments are expected to New Jersey later this month. We're gonna hear a lot more about the rollout

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Vaccine Day In New Jersey, New York

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:14 min | 11 months ago

Vaccine Day In New Jersey, New York

"I took a vaccine because bad as a healthcare worker. I've seen so much suffering so much from death and pain and harm and I know that everyone needs to do their part to put an end to the pandemic and this is just my small part. That is sandra lindsay in new york city nurse. Speaking yesterday after she became the first person in the united states to receive the coronavirus vaccine. And this morning. It is new. Jersey's turn to get going joining us now is. Nbc correspondent antonia hilton. She's live in newark new jersey where the first medical workers in that state are set to receive the vaccine today. Antonio good morning morning. That's exactly right. This is a big an historic day. Here in new jersey and this hospital university hospital is actually pretty Special in symbolic site so a handful of their healthcare frontline workers are going to be vaccinated this morning. Then they're going to come out to this courtyard right here behind me to talk to reporters like myself But this hospital really represents the community that it serves This is a majority minority city newark. It's been hit really hard by this virus. A long history of discrimination segregation here and the people who work at this hospital have not only served patients and seeing suffering in the patients. They've served but they have themselves experienced. Some of them have lost loved ones. Some of them have themselves gotten sick or seen people. They love suffer. Duality of them both being healthcare workers but residents of this historic city. And there's a flip side to that as well a survey that was taken here at this site found that only fifty percent of their workers are feeling ready to take this vaccine so while there's going to be a couple of people coming out excited today a large amount of the staff here over representatives people of color. They're still feeling nervous about it because you know even they seem with this virus can do. They're still members of the community here in newark. They suffer from the same distrust that we've been hearing about the last several days and so the team here has their work cut out for them in terms of building trust with the community. But the staff here to

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"university hospital" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:02 min | 11 months ago

"university hospital" Discussed on WTOP

"George Washington University Hospital, part of the nationwide vaccination kickoff event. US surgeon General Drum Adam's among those on hand. The development of a covert 19 vaccine is nothing short. Of revolutionary and this comes less than a week after the FDA granted emergency use of the vaccine and visor so far shipped out almost three million doses across the country. Can Duffy w. T O P. News University of Maryland medical system got its first shipment of fighters Corona virus vaccine Today. It arrived this morning at the system's flagship hospital in Baltimore. The first people to get the shot in Maryland, our health care workers, employees of long term care facilities. As well as first responders. Meanwhile, Howard University Hospital scored 725 doses to vaccinate It's health care workers Children's National Hospital Medstar Georgetown University Hospital and Medstar Washington Hospital Center will get their vaccine doses tomorrow. Kaiser Permanente will get its allotment on Wednesday. We've learned that D C is getting several 1000 extra doses of the vaccine from Virginia. Here's w T. O P S Meghan Cloherty Duffy look wandering Nesbitt, Head of D C health confirms the city is getting Mork over 19 vaccinations from Virginia than from the federal government that will allow the district who are closed part structure to vaccinate healthcare workers who reside in Northern Virginia. Working the district, Nesbit says. Next week she expects to distribute 8000 vaccines from Virginia to the six city hospitals who are sharing the 6825 vaccines. The city's getting from the federal government. We can't provide timelines in terms of what date we will get to the general public or when we will get to other risk groups and phase two Because we simply don't know how much vaccine we will get. And when D C health is also in discussions with Maryland to share its vaccines, Meghan Cloherty w T O P. NEWS There is a chance that Congress won't be allowed to go on a holiday recess until the House and Senate passed a covert relief package. Virginia Senator Tim Kaine says his official objection has support from members of both parties. So what's the holdup? The two big sticking points are liability protection against damages claims related to Cove it and money for state and local governments. Republicans want liability protection Don't Light state and local government. Eight Democrats One state and local government and don't like liability protection. What can we do? Tim Kaine, Democratic senator from Virginia, says both sides have liability proposals. If there's an agreement before winter break. He fears though it may involve dropping those contentious points. Issues with consensus include money for health care workers, substance abuse, small businesses, food and rent assistance, schools, transit and Extending unemployment benefits to more people for longer time with bigger checks in northern Virginia Christi King w T o P News ahead here on w T O P President elect Joe Biden addresses the nation after the Electoral College affirms his November election victory. 10 07 even during challenging times like.

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ICU nurse in New York among the first people in the US to get authorized coronavirus vaccine

Brian Mudd

00:29 sec | 11 months ago

ICU nurse in New York among the first people in the US to get authorized coronavirus vaccine

"Americans. They're starting to receive the Corona virus vaccine as a critical care nurse named Sander received her first dose of the vaccine this morning in New York. But some Americans are still hesitant. Houston's largest health care system Memorial Hermann, doing dry runs with ultra Cold Freezers Rush University hospital in Chicago converting the lobby. But recent surveys show that more than a third of Americans do not want the vaccine. We need to vaccinate a significant number of people in this country, including those who are hesitant.

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New Jersey to begin administering COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday

News, Traffic and Weather

04:40 min | 11 months ago

New Jersey to begin administering COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday

"Joining me now is New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, who state is averaging nearly 5000 new covert cases per day and will receive about 76,000 vaccine doses in this first distribution, governor. Thanks for joining us again. Good to see you when Will the first shots be administered. And how do you divide these 1st 76,000 doses between the health care workers and the nursing homes? What's a good to be with you? I'm happy to say that and I'll be there Tuesday morning at University Hospital in Newark, New Jersey, We will begin vaccinating our heroic health care workers. On You're absolutely right. The first batch of 76,000 split the majority toward health care workers but a good slug toward our long term care residents and staff and then with each ensuing week those of the two top priorities It'll take us a number of weeks as you could imagine toe work through the entire populations in both of those groups, But it Z going to be a big day on Tuesday morning in Newark. S O. After these initial doses are given to the health care workers nursing homes. How are you prioritizing Which group should get the next shot's Utah's governor, for example, announced school teachers would be in the first phase of vaccinations there. Do you know exactly who is next in your state? We're still working that through. I think every state is doing the same working with the CDC federal guidance the so called one a bucket, our health care workers, a long term care and then one B is a much larger group. Every one of them were the population of getting too early. We're working through that right now. Remember? Moderna is up for their emergency youth authorization this week on God willing, they get in. Then you've got not only increasing batches from Fizer. You've then got a second vaccine. Coming online with shipments each week on those larger populations will then be dealt with it. I think of it is in overlapping waves. You know we'll be doing. For instance, the second shot For health care workers long term care residents as we're beginning first shots for the broader populations in that one big group, and one of the biggest concerns now is ensuring enough residents get the vaccine to control coverage spread. A survey from your Health department in mid October found that Fewer than half of New Jersey's nurses would definitely or probably get vaccinated. What are you telling residents skeptical of taking the vaccine? Even nurses won't get it. Yeah, I think the number please. God as it relates to nurses and health care workers has gone up meaningful E because I think this confidence has been building around these two vaccines now pretty much on as a drumbeat for weeks upon weeks. Listen, Martha. We've got to begin with a skeptical anti vax block, which is a minority, but they're strong. And then you've got on top of that. What Some folks sense was the politic. Politics getting involved in the development of these vaccines. I would just say to folks First of all, we're not waiting until we get them. We've already been pounding away that these air safe, they work. On day. That's a message of repeat. Right now we have had our medical folks kick the tires up and down. We believe in these vaccines. They're safe. They work. We want people to get them. And I want to turn now to the alarming number of covert cases surging nationwide. This is a great hopeful day, but including a New jersey you've had a real surge, which averaged about five. There's a new cases per day this week. As we said CDC director Robert Redfield recently warned that for the next 60 to 90 days, we're going to have more deaths per day than we had at 9 11. What's the most important thing you're telling residents to do about this pandemic? Martha, for all the good news. The light at the end of the tunnel in the vaccine exemplifies that as much as anything the next number of weeks they're gonna be held. I fear so we're begging with people Toe. Please. Please, Please don't let your guard down even when you're in private settings. We think somewhere between 60 to 80% of our transmission is in private settings right now celebrate holidays small with your immediate family. We know that stinks. But please, God, that's your down payment for a north more normal one next year. Social distancing face coverings. The basic stuff we cannot let up on the next. I think six day weeks they're gonna be really challenging, but we'll get through it, but we got to not let our guard down. In the

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New Jersey will give first doses of COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday morning in Newark, Murphy says

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00:21 sec | 11 months ago

New Jersey will give first doses of COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday morning in Newark, Murphy says

"Phil Murphy says that New Jersey will administer its first covet 19 vaccines on Tuesday. Historic step toward eradicating the virus will take place at University Hospital in Newark, the governor taking to Twitter in the last hour, saying the state's 1st 76,000 doses will be for health care workers and long term care residents and staff.

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Coronavirus vaccine can now be administered in the US

Kentucky Focus

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Coronavirus vaccine can now be administered in the US

"Breakthrough in the war against the coronavirus Visors. Vaccine distribution begins today. Here in the U. S. CBS is Tom Foti. US Pandemic numbers continue to set records were close to 20 100,000 fatal victims. But help is on the near horizon in the form of the first vaccine now being rolled out to hundreds of sites all over the U. S with first line responders first in line. We have to follow the exact protocol that was done in the clinical trials because that's the only protocol That we know where Suri Dona Hall of University Hospital in New Jersey

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"university hospital" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"university hospital" Discussed on Cardionerds

"A lot of fun. It's my absolute pleasure. To introduce our our content expert dr daniel frisch one of our favourite electro physiologist. Someone got a chance to know very well over the last few years a good personal mentor to me. And the pi a lot of my research projects he is someone. I will text. egm's to until stops texting me back. And he does a ton of our f- ablation 's and will d excellent source for discussion for this case. One this is dr. Dan frisch from thomas jefferson university hospital in a case that we dealt with here at at our institution that also like to thank jay prea and sean for their excellent case presentation and analysis. You guys make it very easy for me to sleep at night. When i know you're taking care of my patients so thank you guys in general for your clinical care and certainly for your care. In this case by way of introduction again my name is dan frisch. I've been on faculty here. Thomas jefferson university hospital since two thousand seven. This was the first job. I got after completing my electrophysiology fellowship. At beth israel deaconess medical center in boston. I was at the same institution for residency and general cardiology fellowship as well prior to that. I graduated from nyu medical school in the year. Two thousand as far as this case is concerned. This is patient that i got to know quite well personally force ablation and have gotten to know him of course since the outcome the patient and his wife came to me as you mentioned for a second opinion about whether or not to get in fibrillation and i found them to be very thoughtful. Genuine people the conversation. I had with him like i do. Most people is to really weigh risks and benefits and to offer perspective on what a fifth ablation can do to a person's health there has been some data in the literature in the last years. That say that there are health outcomes beyond quality of life such as reduction in heart failure possibly some reduction in mortality depending on the subgroup. But i would offer that really. What eighth of ablation does re people as it gives them the best possible quality of life option that we have available for this arrhythmia. The medicines were okay but medicines have side effects and there's an expected rate of failure after starting an anti arrhythmic drug. What's been nice about the ablation option. His that it's better than any medicine. We can offer someone and the results. In terms of reduction of a fifth seemed to be better than anything else. That's out there when i was in fellowship if ablation was still sort of knew this was in the early part of the two thousands. And now that we're in the year twenty twenty. It really has become a pretty standard option for patients with symptomatic a. Fib that being said. I do a lot of if ablation smy colleagues do a lot of if ablation 's and it's a routine procedure for us however even things that are routine can carry risk and what you heard about in this case is that the risk can really be quite.

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"university hospital" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"university hospital" Discussed on Cardionerds

"Which identifies patients likely to reverse the constrictive process with anti-inflammatory therapy in the castration lab. Prior to pericardial teases E. C. T. may be suspected by the. UNANTICIPATED PERSISTENCE OF A v wave and the right atrial pressure recording and why descended are intermediate between the blended and steep y descents typical of Tampa nod and constriction respectively after player-coach teases, the diagnosis is supported by findings constrictive pericarditis. It is important to consider that a persistently elevated right atrial pressure following Christ and teases may also be due to right heart failure or. Tried custody regurgitation medical therapy should be directed at the underlying cause of this. EP. Whenever possible in cases with clear evidence of Cardio inflammation trial of anti-inflammatory agents is warranted, and so it's culture seem corticosteroids have all been used with variable success but randomized data are lacking immune modulating drugs such as the aisle one receptor antagonists and Kendra have been used for persistent pericardial inflammation. Cardiac and they should be reserved for refractory symptoms or clinical evidence of chronic constricted player card ideas such as in a Sarka. Fibrillation and to paddock dysfunction and when undertaken should remove the pericardium cardio who quickly it should be remembered that in Seti usually the visceral rather than the parietal layer of cardio that is responsible for the constriction. Therefore, if surgery is performed a visceral care cardiac, me is generally required. Now, I will introduce clear Taliban. Program director. Further.

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"university hospital" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"university hospital" Discussed on Cardionerds

"One hundred six. L. A-this demonstrated any of sixty six SEO fifty alkaline I with his one hundred total Ruben of two point eight albumin of three point four and total protein of six point four. Based on this lapse eventually, we can at least out differential cell. Definitely, we can get any out of the pictures given us her name global is Norma, and then also given that she has busted him at definitely the level it seemed like functioning fine. The kidney function is okay. So definitely can does. So now we'd see has something to do with the trust is the lungs are the heart so it would be interesting to tackle the pure fusion first and then obtained an Echocardiogram jessop further. And at this point, just thinking about where we are, we're really trying to isolate the. Of this patient symptoms and also said that there is no disease more conducive clinical humility than aneurysm of era and I think it'd be fair to say that there is no disease also as conducive to clinical humility as diseases of pericardium because by the time that we have symptoms, it was pretty undifferentiated the broad differential diagnosis in a host with advanced breast cancer, and then we had a physical exam that started to point us towards potentially cardiac ideology with elevated filling pressures. But even we've considered the Beck's triad is what hypertension muffled heart sounds and descended JVP it quite insensitive. So we can't rely on that and moreover she was normal. With a pressure I think in the one forties. If I recall correctly and then the patient has small sign, which is also quite nonspecific in that can be seen really with any sort of he dynamically meaningful right sided heart disease, and so these signs are not very sensitive not very specific but they certainly raise our clinical suspicion for things that okay like now we have to look for these number of. Of Rights Function elevated filling pressures the C. T. scan in addition helped us rule out a pulmonary embolism and pointed us towards a pair courtesy fusion fusion, both of which can cause symptoms and contract with elevator right sided filling pressures, and at this point we're wondering, okay, is this pericardial fusion emily significant the patient is normative but of course, we can have.

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"university hospital" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"university hospital" Discussed on Cardionerds

"Goes a long way without further ado let's continue on our tour with another fascinating case from Amazing Cardi owners colleagues. We are very excited for a really special episode today and very much honored to be joined by cardiology fellows from the case western reserve. University's University Hospital's cardiology fellowship training program doctors Jamal Jari Haitham Mosley Entire Shami folks super. To learn from you about today's very interesting case, I had the opportunity to review some of these images. So really excited to dive in but before we do, would you mind telling the audience who you are? Thank amid. So good morning. All welcome to Cleveland my name is hyphen loosely and one of the thirty cardiology fellows at university hospitals. I we would like to thank you amit and Karen for having us on the Cardio Charts. We are big fans and we're excited to be here. I'm originally from Jeddah in Saudi. Arabia. I did my residency here at university hospitals and I'm going to say at UH next year for interventional cardiology. I chose you h because of the rich history of more than one fifty years of teaching excellence. As for myself am budding Berry say my free time. I'd like to use my co fellows, Tarik Shami and Jomo Jari. Thanks. Haitham. Tanks amid current for having us today we missed that my name is Jamie, I'm also one of the third year cardiology fellow he'd at university hospitals. I'm originally from Elliot Syria I did my medical school in my hometown then I moved to the states to do my internal medicine residency heat at h I. Guess I liked it so much that I decided to stick around for my fellowship I'm also doing interventional cardiology next year I enjoy trying different restaurants cozine I also enjoy drinking coffee more than making it Saudi. Hate them I like to spend my free time taking care of my garden. Around Parliament Nice Sonic Unsure Todd truly loves his plan. So he has like Lithgow in his complex parliament. So I'm John had Johnny and I'm one of the fellows at University House missiles well I. Omitted the tickets I'm originally from fast simple and then I did my Undergrad Grad a med school at Syracuse New York and then wanting to emily for Madison see in Trivia as the plans for next year I'm planning to..

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"university hospital" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"university hospital" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"ABC News on Han Troubling reports from several major universities this weekend about Cove in 19 safety at Texas A and M Hundreds of students from two sororities have been told to quarantine after 14 of their members tested positive for the University of Notre Dame, responding to its 372 cases by rolling out random student testing, and a controversial Instagram account has been removed after promoting hoax 19 parties at Arizona State University. ABC. Is Trevor all And Joe Biden seeing his favorability rise from 40 to 45%, according to the latest ABC News Ipsos poll After last week's Democratic National Convention, Biden says he absolutely could serve two terms in the White House if elected and most of Northern California with red flag warnings as wildfires rage on nearly 12,000 lightning strikes in the past week, responsible for sparking hundreds of fires and in Belarus massive protests calling for the resignation of the president, dictator Alexander Lukashenko. This is ABC News. German researchers conducting a cove in 19 tests in a simulated pop concert about 1500 volunteers packed a light signorina. We're in contact tracers, so researchers contract the aerosol particles, the university hospital and Hella ran the experiment and relatives are speaking out over the search for another U. S. Service members missing in Fort Hood. ABC is Derek Dennis has more anguish for the family of Sergeant Elder Fernandez is on. Isabelle says he hasn't been seen since last Monday at Fort Hood, and they came and gone. No phone calls from him, and he wasn't answered any phone calls either from anyone else Tuesday. No call. Family members say Fernandez told them he had been sexually harassed in base and reported it but was belittled by his peers. And Fort Hood confirms an open investigation into Fernandez. Even while he's missing. I.

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"university hospital" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"university hospital" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Radio 8 40 Yes, Police are investigating after a man was found fatally shot in downtown Louisville this morning and having around 11 40 L. A P D spokesman Lamont Washington says officers were called to the area of Fifth and Liberty Street about a block from Jefferson Square Park. When they arrived, there was a black male that appears to be in the twenties that was down from suffering from gunshot wounds. He was transported to University Hospital, where he has to come to those injuries on was pronounced deceased. The victim's name has not been released. There is currently no suspect information. Anyone with details about the shooting is asked to call 574 l M p D a scare this morning a Jefferson Mall. The mall was closed around 11 30 after reports of a fight. By 12 30. They were letting people back in l A P D clarified that there was not a shooting, but a gun may have been shown during an altercation. Police didn't locate any gun. As Rianna Taylor continues to be remembered here in her hometown, other cities air also honoring her memory. Here's Jack Crumley. A mural of Briana Taylor is coming to Annapolis, Maryland. The Capital Gazette reports Theseventy 1000 Square Foot mural of Taylor will be painted on a basketball court in a historically black neighborhood in that city, muralist Jeff Huntington and others will start work Saturday morning. Project is in collaboration with the Banneker Douglass Museum, which celebrates black history and culture and the Maryland Commission on African American History and Culture. I'm Jack Crumley News Radio, 8 40 Yes, police say homemade fireworks are to blame for a deadly explosion at a home in Harden County last night. One man died in multiple people were injured at that home in Elizabethtown. Sheriff John War word tells Wook. Why that some people inside the home we're making fireworks at the time, like a stress and you know this discourage, uh, trying something like that. Almost anybody else. It hurt our loser live because of fireworks. The identity of the man who died hasn't been released but were told he's in his fifties and was confined to a wheelchair. No other nearby structures were damaged. Ah, Western Kentucky racetrack becomes the first in the state toe open to Spectators during the pandemic. Here's Paul Miles Ellis Park in Henderson begins at summer meet with limited spectator attendants. Nothing has been typical this year with anywhere that we are running now. That's Hall of Fame for Steve asked Mussen, who is seeking his fourth training title in five years at Ellis Hearses have taken a hit everywhere. Pretty much very few exceptions to that. We are running the same horse for a little less money. Attendance at Ellis Park is limited to reserve seating, no general admission and fans must admit to a temperature screening. Paul Miles News Radio, 8 40 W. H. A. S Nashville Mayor John Cooper says his city is reversing course on reopening plans as the number of corona virus cases increases. The mayor said the recent outbreak appears to be tied to the reopening of bars. Our public health investigators have found a record number of clusters originating from bars within the last week, which have affected employees, patrons and musicians. He tweeted that starting tomorrow the city will revert to a modified version of Phase two bars must close for at least two weeks..

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"university hospital" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"university hospital" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Johnson university hospital right away and are W. J. Barnabas health achieving excellence together New Jersey what a one point five tell us about a close call or even a crash that you had with the deer bear really fat dog other animals whatever one eight hundred two eight three one one point five here's Bastrop cellphones some regards the parkways gotten really slow starting right around route seventy eight in union right down to just north of exit one thirty seven Cranford no official reports of a crash just yet but it looks like we might have something working here some northbound slowdowns into that spot to further up the line we bunch up one forty four up to about one forty seven it is improving though coming on a blue field in towards my clear we did have some earlier police department activity by one fifty one some self families to one forty seven back down to one forty five and we still gonna vehicle firing union west bound side of route twenty two that's got the right wing shut down right around Chestnut Street we still got slow moving maintenance and how long thirty three both ways right around three thirty four and the south and some of the turnpike if you're hopping off interchange five the offramp still partially blocked with an overturned truck Watson deliver crossing still in pretty good shape this report sponsored by rocket mortgage by quicken loans the sun shines a little brighter when house becomes a home in the team rocket mortgage knows that they help millions of Americans make the home of their dreams a reality rocket mortgage push button get mortgage traffic every fifteen minutes next reported to forty eight from the all American auto group traffic desk shop today at all American auto group dot com I'm Jeff from under Jersey when a one point five Jersey one a one point five instant whether everybody in New Jersey could see a little bit of rain over the next twenty four to thirty six hours but the storm system the ingredients is not coming together for a big block buster storm and certainly not accumulating snow.

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"university hospital" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

09:43 min | 2 years ago

"university hospital" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"university hospital" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

10:48 min | 2 years ago

"university hospital" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"university hospital" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

09:59 min | 2 years ago

"university hospital" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"university hospital" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

09:38 min | 2 years ago

"university hospital" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"university hospital" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

08:43 min | 2 years ago

"university hospital" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Wood Johnson university hospital Hamilton and are W. J. Barnabas health achieving excellence together New Jersey one one point five instant whether some relief from heat coming our way by way of heavy rainfall as we head through tonight turning partly to mostly cloudy we give a chance for a few showers and storms specially late blows up down the low to mid seventies cooler on Monday of more widespread showers and storms all across the Jersey high temperature **** what Brady's but a pleasure watching effect Monday morning to Tuesday morning a general one two inch rainfall possible some areas could see upwards of four the ensign heating cooling weather desk I'm dressed Tabor and your weather made possible by Viking pest control summers in the air as if you didn't notice so or what happened bees and mosquitoes and this summer called Viking and send pest packing ask how you can save fifty dollars today call eight three three eight Viking or visit biking pest dot com one call yes the mall and because of the intense heat tonight's big Joe Jersey talent show has been canceled and that'll resume again next Sunday night Berkeley township nineteen for Camden ninety six Branford still ninety four fast trafficking instead whether every fifteen minutes a New Jersey one oh one point five New Jersey won a one point five our own radio station New York Philadelphia proud to be New Jersey New Jersey one all one point five with Bob o'brien and simply irresistible like on a hot day like this Warner I and time seven nineteen here with Bob o'brien thank you for listening I love when you check in at one eight hundred two eight three one oh one point five and the fiftieth anniversary this year nineteen sixty nine so many great things happened in that year the Mets won their first World Series Apollo eleven man on the moon one stock was in nineteen sixty nine fifty years ago and how about this Autosport auto group is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary by donating twenty five hundred dollars to New Jersey charities you can nominate your favorite charity doing great work in the garden state of NJ one one five dot com and they may win twenty five hundred dollars from Autosport auto group because.

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"university hospital" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

09:04 min | 2 years ago

"university hospital" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Wood Johnson university hospital Somerset and are W. J. part of his health achieving excellence together New Jersey one one point five instant weather limit breezy overnight on a mostly clear skies some patchy fog as possible those low to mid sixties what sunshine Monday with high pressure in place not as humid highs need to operate these turns on Tuesday lot sunshine oz a breeze low nineties I said showers storms are possible space for the afternoon that's the Jersey what on what products whether I'm across Tabor Long Branch still eighty three lumber ten eighty one smack dab in the middle Edison is eighty two must be Edison's light keep it warm slash trafficking instant weather every fifteen minutes on New Jersey one a one point five New Jersey won a one point five our own radio station New York proud to be New Jersey New Jersey won a one point five he Jersey chime time nine eighteen wow the tail end of your weekend a lovely weekend of that and you're invited to an upcoming weekend to join our own Craig Allen and big Joe Henry broadcasting live from the thirty seventh annual quick.

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