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Muslim American Society's vision is that individual bring about real change in a society and therefore moving them towards the process of constant self-development and development of those around them is absolutely essential. Tarbiya is a life-long process for change; this change starts with every individual and extends to the whole society. We aspire to raise a generation of committed and disciplined American Muslims who are a living example of the message of Islam.
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Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (CJASN) publishes high quality research relevant to clinical nephrology. Now one of the most widely-read and referenced kidney journals, physicians read CJASN to learn about the most important advances in clinical and translational research in nephrology.
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MYSTICAL AMERICAN PATRIOTS SOCIETY: Sumo & Smokestack's worldview repair and support service. We discuss the blood n' guts of the dystopic modernist technocracy from a Christian perspective, and equip listeners in stripping away putrid layers of decades-old baloney draped over us all by government, academia, and big-tech. We're doing our part to restore the patrimony of medieval European culture, specifically a coherent and satisfying worldview which seamlessly unites the physical and metaph ...
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If you're looking to keep up your Chinese and learn about critical issues relating to U.S.-China policy, then you've come to the right place. This podcast provides a selection of audio recordings from AMS lectures in Washington, D.C., as well as readings from key policy documents often featured in AMS weekly newsletters. If you are not a member of the American Mandarin Society, go to www.mandarinsociety.us and sign up. Thanks for listening!
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Dr. Shobana Rajan, guest editor of June’s ASA Monitor, speaks with Dr. Zach Deutch about the many ways anesthesia education is evolving. From workforce shortages to mentorship and sponsorship, from virtual reality to the validity of online learning platforms, the conversation touches on a range of salient issues. Recorded April 2024.…
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In this special take-over episode, Drs. Dane Saksa, Phillip Adams, and Marianne Chen discuss innovative, non-clinical residency tracks. From a leadership track to an innovation and technology track to a medical education track, three attending discuss their programs, what’s driving the trend, and how residents benefit. Recorded April 2024.…
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Boning up on racism, spiritual blackness and how do we fix Africa? Anti-Semitism. The Bible is now illegal! Everyone panic! Politics is just professional wrestling, gay hammer fights, everyone remember how laws are made? How politics actually work. The online Trad community. Sumo is an intellectual creative on the front lines of several different i…
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Dr. Adam Striker interviews Drs. Paul Picton and Matt Whalin from the Society for Neuroscience in Anesthesiology and Critical Care, SNACC, about perioperative stroke. Hear their expert opinions on risk factors, the measurement gap, guidelines, the importance of early detection, the effectiveness of thrombectomy, and more. Recorded April 2024.…
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Complaining about the Internet, Disney is the reason why children’s sports suck, the American scam. Sumo explains additional dimensions, physics, and String Theory. No one knows what time is. Dolores Cannon and past life regression, measuring time which doesn’t exist, Star Seeds and Einstein was an idiot. Adam Apollo is Sumo’s favorite guy on the I…
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Dr. Daniel Sessler, contributor to the May ASA Monitor, joins Dr. Zach Deutch to discuss 30-day mortality after anesthesia and surgery and the role anesthesiologists might play in addressing postoperative mortality. From the prevalence of preventable death in this period to major causes and potential solutions, this episode explores an underrecogni…
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Why doesn’t God answer prayers? The eclipse still doesn’t make sense and there’s way too many statistically impossible things about the moon. Is the moon a portal to “The Other Side?” The Cavendish Experiment revisited. Why things are the way the are and why our audience is enlightened. Links Watch Gravity Pull to Metal Balls Together More Links ww…
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The eclipse is impossible, and no one uses the heliocentric model to predict anything. Eclipses are predicted using an ancient method called the Saros Cycle. Don’t be afraid about all the weird stuff happening during the eclipse. Red heifers, the shoe thing, Sumo’s anti-Semitic tirade. Earthquakes, as above so below as a cosmic principle, gambling …
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From innovations in clinical care and technology to trends in education and practice management, anesthesiology continues to evolve. Dr. Irving Ye from ASA's Committee on Innovation joins Dr. Adam Striker to discuss where the specialty is headed and innovations that will make an impact on patients and practices. Recorded March 2024.…
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Dr. Zach Deutch interviews the co-editors of April’s ASA Monitor, Dr. Shahla Siddiqui and Dr. Ashish Khanna, about evolving trends, practices, and procedures in critical care medicine. From new guidelines related to perioperative tube feeding to the use of mechanical circulation support devices to the ethics of end of life discussions in the periop…
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You only want things because other people want them, scapegoating, the coming pole shift, the Early Life section, giving up your authority and agency. Vaccination as a religious sacrifice, religious rituals, 2020-2022 was an apocalypse. René Girard, memetic desire, levels of conspiracy. Society has to be built on a lie, breaking the illusion. They …
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Drs. Matt Hatch and Asha Padmanabhan, from ASA’s committee on communications, join resident host, Dr. Mauna Rao, and her fellow residents, Drs. Shreya Ranjan and Jao Ho Kim, for a discussion on best practices for improving communication with colleagues, legislators, the pubic and, most critically, patients and their families. Recorded January 2024.…
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Drs. John Fiadjoe and Annery Garcia-Marcinkiewicz from the Society of Pediatric Anesthesia join Dr. Adam Striker for an in-depth conversation about pediatric airways and the pediatric difficult intubation registry. Learn how the registry works, what the data reveals, and how the subspecialty is evolving. Recorded February 2024.…
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Big tech companies are not profitable, how it actually works, lots of money from the CIA, NSA and government. Censorship on the Internet isn’t as bad as you think. Leftists and Right-Wingers both have persecution complexes. Gab’s charging money and people are freaking out. Ads on the Internet don’t pay for anything. State-enforced homosexuality. El…
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Rebranding the show. Spiritual swingers, living in unprecedented times and discussing the Owen Cyclops interview from the previous episode. Leaving the consensus reality, what’s our new operating system? Trying to find all the answers. Christianity in today’s day and age with the Internet. Trying on ideas like you’d try on clothes. Politics, the le…
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Religion, Philosophy, Metaphysics, Cryptids and more! Links Owen Cyclops’ Link Tree Own Cyclops on Twitter/X www.owencyclops.com www.owencomics.com Channel One: The First Collection of Comics Babyology: Volume One More Links www.MAPSOC.org Follow Sumo on Twitter Alternate Current Radio Support the Show! Subscribe to the Podcast on Gumroad Subscribe…
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The intersection of global health and critical care is explored in this conversation between guest host Dr. Keya Locke and Dr. Ana Maria Crawford, guest editor of the March ASA Monitor. Listen in as they discuss assumptions that can harm patients, what we can learn from global colleagues, gaps in critical care, and more. Recorded February 2024.…
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Dr. Adam Striker and Dr. Alyssa Brzenski, editor for Summaries of Emerging Evidence (SEE), examine two recent studies featured in the 40A issue. Listen in as they discuss a study of the use of a prophylactic methylergonovineduring intrapartum cesarean birth, and a second study comparing the use of general anesthesia versus sedation for pediatric ai…
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Dr. Eric Gross joins resident host Meg Rolfzen along with fellow residents, Vanja Tolj and Zhaosheng Jin, to talk about his career as an anesthesia researcher. Learn more about the Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research (FAER), the day-to-day life of a researcher, diverse options for working in the research field, how to get involved, and…
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Dr. Brooke Trainer talks to Drs. Somnath Bose and Talia Ben-Jacob about the role of intensivists. Listen in as they discuss the value critical care anesthesiologists bring to departments and hospitals, the role of the Society of Critical Care Anesthesiologists (SOCCA), the subspecialty’s future, and more. Recorded January 2024.…
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This episode is about a week late because Kavi didn’t know Sumo sent this to him. Right vs Left, switching the poles and charging the battery. The Davos crowd changing sides? Trump getting re-elected. Everything is based on consent. Don’t get fooled. More Links www.MAPSOC.org Follow Sumo on Twitter Alternate Current Radio Support the Show! Subscrib…
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About Gary Wayne’s book The Genesis 6 Conspiracy and it’s upcoming sequel. Two Genesis creation stories and pre-Adamic humans? Was Adam created after Day 7? Giants, Goliath, King Og, Gilgamesh, how big were they? Two different lines of humans and how does that affect us today? The Nachash, a serpentine race, Seraphim are dragons and angels don’t te…
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Dr. Elizabeth Drum, guest editor of the February ASA Monitor, joins guest host, Dr. Keya Locke, for a discussion of the challenges facing Indigenous People of North America and the anesthesiologists who work with this patient population. Learn about some of the health care issues prevalent in tribal nations, the work being done to address this crit…
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This special episode of Central Line pairs ASA’s new president, Dr. Ronald Harter, with ASA’s new CEO, Mr. Brian Reilly, for a conversation about the challenges and opportunities facing ASA and the specialty of anesthesiology. Go behind the scenes with ASA leadership as they share their hopes and worries as well as their plans, expectations, best a…
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In this special crossover episode, Dr. Kyle Robinson joins Dr. Adam Striker, host of ASA’s Central Line podcast, to discuss his first few years of practice and ASA’s Early-Career Membership Program. From managing transitions to finding resources to how he has used ASA’s new program, listen for insights into the challenges and opportunities facing a…
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In this special episode, Dr. Adam Striker shares clips from ANESTHESIOLOGY 2023 featuring experts and leaders, including ASA’s outgoing president, Dr. Michael Champeau, and incoming president, Dr. Ronald Harter, as well as Dr. George Williams, Dr. Peter Killoran, Dr. Lois Connolly, Dr. Michael Beck, and others. Listen in as leaders from the field d…
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The importance of cosmology. Defending and respecting Santa Claus. Crrow777 Interview The Lunar Wave and Crrow777’s Shoot the Moon documentary. Technology, AI, filming the sky and seeing strange anomalies, especially in chemtrails. Crrow777’s Law of High Definition. Shadows, infinite light, eclipses and sungazing. Citizenship and identities. Cathed…
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Dr. Jane Moon, contributor to the January ASA Monitor, joins the podcast to discuss women in anesthesia leadership with Dr. Striker. Learn about the history of women in the specialty, the challenges and opportunities facing women anesthesiologists today, and tactics that can lead to a more equitable future. Recorded November 2023.…
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Dr. Elizabeth Drum joins host Drs. Jake Gamboa, Kelsey Repine, Jordan Francke, Christy Henderson, and Jeffrey Cannon, to discuss the role of anesthesiologists within global health, opportunities for involvement, legal and ethical concerns, the value of relationships, and more. Recorded October 2023.American Society of Anesthesiologists tarafından oluşturuldu
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Dr. Kyle Robinson joins Dr. Adam Striker to discuss his first few years of practice and ASA’s Early Career Membership Program. From managing transitions to finding resources to how he has used ASA’s new program, listen in for insights into the challenges and opportunities facing young anesthesiologists today. Recorded November 2023.…
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The history of Thanksgiving and Squanto. The Irish riots and why protests don’t work. Protests are fake violence and they’re stupid. The Irish protests are only going to result in the government passing more hate speech laws. Democracy is mostly fake. No one ever learns anything. There’s nothing to do and Klaus Schwab was right. Was Klaus Schwab th…
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Recycling is fake, Sumo’s female environmentalist friend and sometimes there is justice in the world. Washington and Oregon are mostly deserts. Sumo talks about how crazy submarines are for a while. This is a “Meta Conspiracy” podcast for a more advanced audience. Meta Conspiracy axioms: they always have to tell you, reality is consent-based, loosh…
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Dr. Keya Locke, co-guest editor of December’s ASA Monitor, joins guest host, Dr. Brooke Trainer, for a candid conversation about equity in health care and the specialty. Their forthright conversation touches on steps anesthesiologists can take to advance equity, the intersection of equity and patient care, the import of equity in medical education …
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You can’t choose your audience and Godward, it’s time to pay for the podcast. Mother Angelica and why can’t you listeners help us finance a body drawer? How to hide an empire. Did you know that the United States used to own the Philippines? The Pearl Harbor Retcon and the Great American Ethos. The amazing technology of controlling the world and not…
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Hosted by Dr. Jake Gamboa, this episode features Dr. Alex Macario, Secretary of the American Board of Anesthesiology (ABA), in conversation with residents, Kelsey Repine and Jordan Francke, and fellow, Dr. Jeffrey Cannon. Listen in as Dr. Macario shares his thoughts on lifelong learning, MOCA, ABA resources, and more. Recorded October 2023.…
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CJASN Editor-in-Chief Rajnish Mehrotra interviews Tristan de Nattes, the 2023 CJASN Trainee of the Year second-place winner, on his article, "A Simple Molecular Tool for the Assessment of Kidney Transplant Biopsies."American Society of Nephrology tarafından oluşturuldu
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CJASN Editor-in-Chief Rajnish Mehrotra interviews 2023 CJASN Trainee of the Year winner Rosa D. Wouda on her article, "Kaliuresis and Intracellular Uptake of Potassium with Potassium Citrate and Potassium Chloride Supplements."American Society of Nephrology tarafından oluşturuldu
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Live from Center Stage at ASA’s annual meeting, Dr. Adam Striker hosts a panel of anesthesiologists at different career stages. He joins Dr. Abigail Schirmer, a CA1, along with late career anesthesiologist, Dr. Mark Singleton, and recent retiree, Dr. Richard Himes, in conversation about how the specialty has evolved, what they wish other generation…
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