Welcome back Rounds Table Listeners!
We are returning with an oldie but a goodie!
In this repeat episode, Mike and John do a Rapid Fire session to discuss recent papers on various topics relating to hematology. Here we go!
- Is an incidental lymphopenia associated with increased mortality? (00:00 – 07:40)
- Does tranexamic acid increase risk of thrombosis? (07:41 – 12:45)
- Outcomes associated with antiplatelet therapy after spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage (12:46 – 18:63)
- Iron deficiency in pregnancy, and the IRON MOM study (18:14 – 26:37)
And for the Good Stuff:
- Powerful article from 2003 written by a Toronto physician, Dr. Mark Cheung, who details his personal experience as a health care provider, and then patient after he acquired SARS. It’s a beautiful read: https://www.cmaj.ca/content/169/12/1284
- Learning about R, with the help of Teacup Giraffes: https://tinystats.github.io/teacups-giraffes-and-statistics/01_introToR
Questions? Comments? Feedback? We’d love to hear from you. @roundstable