Sudden Cardiac Arrest A Story of Survival – 334

  Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Who plans for their heart to stop working? Who plans for a high school athlete’s heart to stop? John Mayes was able to use an AED to help save the life of a young athlete.  Here he tells the story of what happened and how he processed the whole event. John has […]

Thorough Cardiac Screenings – 209

Paul Waller wants to make a difference for athletes by screening and providing the best opportunity for cardiac success.  Wimbledon Athletics has one of the premiere cardiac screen programs in the country and it could be yours (your students) free. Show Notes #209 Resources: Contact Email me: Twitter: @PHSSportsMed Join the Sports Medicine […]

Sudden Cardiac Arrest – 130

Doctor John Higgins invites us to LBJ Hospital to continue our discussion about Sudden Cardiac Arrest.  We discuss why we should be using EKG in our PPE, the real statistics and costs, and some tips for running this in real life This is one of our first on-site interviews of hopefully many more to come. Thanks […]

Pediatric Cardiology Update – 613

Ever wondered if every athlete should get an EKG?  Or if caffeine is really as bad for the heart as you thought? Today on the podcast, Dr. Mark Knoblauch sits down with pediatric cardiologist Dr. Elizabeth Wang and talks about any other information surrounding pediatric cardiology. Dr. Wang is a born and raised Texas girl […]

PPEs from a Cardiologist Perspective Lecture – 163

We spoke with a cardiologist on Episode 130 Also on Episode 91 check out those different perspectives We are broadcasting live and interviewing the speakers of the Memorial Hermann’s Sports Medicine Update.  Some of the recordings pick up noise, but this is a live event. We plan to release the lecture and then the interview.  Through the course […]