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Blood, Sweat and Smears - A Machaon Diagnostics Podcast

Blood, Sweat and Smears - A Machaon Diagnostics Podcast

Author: Dr. Brad Lewis, Machaon Diagnostics

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Blood, Sweat and Smears is a podcast focused on thrombosis and hemostasis and is hosted by Benign Hematologist, Dr. Brad Lewis. Dr. Lewis shares some of his knowledge built over decades of experience in hematology and laboratory testing.
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Join Michelle Hermiston, MD, PhD - Associate Professor of Pediatrics (Pediatric Hematologist/Oncologist) at UCSF and our Medical Director, Brad Lewis, MD, discuss the challenges of diagnosing Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis or HLH, possible triggers and approach to management.If you are interested in our 48-hour STAT check out the link for more information 👉 http://bit.ly/37rm28H. We can send you draw kits and are happy to talk you through the process/details.
aHUS in Pregnancy

aHUS in Pregnancy

2020-08-1833:18

Our Medical Director, Brad Lewis, MD, discusses aHUS/TMAs in pregnancy with Richard Burwick, MD, MPH - Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.If you are interested in our 48-hour STAT aHUS Testing please let us know. We can send you draw kits and are happy to talk you through the process/details.
Our Medical Director, Brad Lewis, addresses a number of questions around hypercoagulability and COVID-19.
Dr. Brad Lewis discusses sC5b-9 in this podcast addressing; what sC5b-9 testing is, why you want to know about this test and when to use it. Dr. Lewis also explores how it helps when trying to confirm a diagnosis. 
Dr. Brad Lewis discusses hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH); when you want to think about HLH, why you want to think about HLH, and how to diagnose this disorder. 
Dr. Lewis discusses TMAs in the post-BMT setting, recent research into the topic, when to think about it and what to do about it. 
Review of TMAs

Review of TMAs

2019-02-2722:51

Dr. Brad Lewis discusses considerations for genetic testing when it comes to hemophilia and rare forms of von Willebrand disease.
Dr. Brad Lewis talks through how he thinks about Heparin Induced Thrombocytopenia (HIT) and when testing is called for. Dr. Lewis leverages his decades of clinical experience to help clinicians approach patients suspected of having HIT.
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