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HIV Clinic Pearls

By Jamie Morano, MD

December 24th, 2013

Dr. Morano discusses some important clinical pearls regarding the management of HIV/AIDS in the primary care setting.

Twenty Skin Infections for the Internist

By Ana Velez, MD

October 25th, 2013

Dr. Ana Velez speaks about common skin infections that are clinically relevant to the internist and infectious disease physician. She covers the identification of these infections, complications, and medical and surgical management, based on the depth of skin affected. She covers impetigo, erysipelas, cellulitis, fasciitis, and myonecrosis. Some infections mentioned include staphylococcal infections (including MRSA), clostridium, polymicrobial necrotizing fasciitis, Fournier’s gangrene, Pseudomonas folliculitis, and herpes zoster (shingles).

Top Ten Infectious Diseases of All Time

By Henry Chambers, MD

May 31st, 2013

Dr Henry Chambers, Chief of Infectious Diseases at San Francisco General Hospital, presents his candidates for the ten most significant infectious diseases in history. An ID Podcasts archived classic presentation from 2013.

Pulmonary Complications Following Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation

By John Greene, MD

May 31st, 2013

Dr. John Greene presents rapid review case studies of pulmonary complications, including nosocomial infections, in patients with hematopoietic stem cell transplants. He covers the diagnosis and management of infections with influenza and other respiratory viruses, legionella, mycobacterium, chlamydia pneumonia, pertussis, pneumococcal pneumonia and other pulmonary microbes in the setting of immunocompromise. He also covers clinical presentation, imaging, and histopathology for each of these infections.


By Patrick Kenney, DO

March 29th, 2013

Dr. Kenney reviews the epidemiology, diagnosis and management of this significant nosocomial and community-acquired pathogen.

Dengue Fever

By Nancy Rihana, MD, FACP

March 11th, 2013

Dr. Rihana reviews the eipedmiology and management of this emerging tropical illness. This is our second most popular podcast of all time!