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Access Expert Information From CHEST Journal While You’re on the Go

Each month, the journal CHEST offers podcast episodes, which add context and commentary to the challenges facing clinicians in the fields of pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine. Listen to monthly issue highlights from Editor in Chief Peter Mazzone, MD, MPH, FCCP, and discussions with authors of select articles from the current issue hosted by Dominique J. Pepper, MD, MBChB, MHSc, and Gretchen R. Winter, MD.

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Featured Episode

July 2021 CHEST Journal Editor Highlights

Originally aired: July 6, 2021
CHEST journal's Editor in Chief, Peter Mazzone, MD, MPH, FCCP, highlights key articles published in the CHEST July 2021 issue.

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Recent Episodes


Pulmonary Critical Care Fellows’ Use of and Self-reported Barriers to Learning Bedside Ultrasound During Training

Originally aired: July 7, 2021
Carleen R. Spitzer, MD, and Mark Lavercombe, MBBS, GDipClinEd, join CHEST Podcast Moderator, Gretchen Winter, MD, to discuss barriers to learning beside ultrasound during pulmonary and critical care fellows training.

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Characteristics and Prevalence of Domestic and Occupational Inhalational Exposures Across ILD

Originally aired: July 7, 2021
Cathryn T. Lee, MD, and Evans R. Fernández Pérez, MD, MS, FCCP, join CHEST Podcast Moderator, Dominique Pepper, MD, to discuss the differences in demographics, clinical characteristics, and transplant-free survival in the prevalence of inhalational exposures across all interstitial lung disease diagnoses.

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Pulmonary Function and Radiological Features in Survivors of Critical COVID-19

Originally aired: June 16, 2021
Jessica González Gutierrez, MD, and Chintan Ramani, MD, join CHEST Podcast Moderator, Gretchen Winter, MD, to discuss the prevalence of pulmonary structural abnormalities and functional impairment in surviving ICU patients with ARDS secondary to COVID-19.

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Podcast Archives: 2021