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Episode 124: PREMIUM - Two pulmonary studies with useful results and yet again more data on calcium

In episode, 124 James and Mike go all PREMIUM on the podcast and provide our wonderful PREMIUM subscribers with information that will make them much better health care practitioners than those listeners who are not PREMIUM podcast subscribers. Read more »

Episode 104: A high dose of acute asthma therapeutics

In episode 104, Mike and James blow out a lot of hot air about the use of medications for acute asthma and they come to the quick realization that the concepts they have been evangelising for the past 2 years (low dose and shared-informed decision making) have no role in acute asthma. Read more »

Episode 98: Inhaled steroids, LABAs and much much more - breathing life into the evidence

In episode 98, James and Mike delve into the world of asthma and leave the audience breathless with anticipation. We discuss what you do if inhaled corticosteroids don't work completely and the risk of using LABAs on their own. Close to the end of the podcast James develops an acute asthmatic attack and Mike 'accidentally' gives James the wrong direction to the emergency room. Read more »

Episode 70: More studies you need to know about - Part II

In episode 70, we continue with the “Two Mikes” and discuss a number of issues surrounding asthma treatment. We debate back and forth on the use of LABAs and their use alone or in combination and then come to complete agreement on the duration of prednisone for acute exacerbations. Read more »

Episode 69: More studies you need to know about

In episode 69, the “Two Mikes” are back at it and they use their mics to dispense some really great prescriptive advice for patients with asthma and no heart burn pain and backs and knees which do have pain. James sits back and goes along for the ride but develops back and knee pain by the end, and the Mikes recommend a full body CT scan.

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