Episode 76: inhaled steroids work for early COVID, new opiate rules, managing metatarsal fracture, and mRNA vaccines in pregnancy
We are really excited to introduce our new co-host, Dr. Kate Rowland, an Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at Rush University in Chicago. We have been teaching with Kate for a long time in our in-person courses, and it's great to have her on board for the podcast. This week we talk about a new study from Oxford University finding a clear benefit for inhaled steroids in patients newly diagnosed with COVID-19. Kate discusses changes (good ones!) in regulations around MAT, Henry has good news about managing 5th metatarsal fractures, and John closes with data on the safety of mRNA vaccines in pregnancy. And the quiz!