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D.C. Rap Up: Watch for the Heart; No E-Cigs for Kids

MedPage Today‘s weekly summary of policy news gets a hip-hop reboot from Cleavon Gilman, MD

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Welcome to the D.C. Rap Up, a weekly rundown of the most important health policy stories. Cleavon Gilman, MD, an emergency physician in New York City, remixes the news and drops the beats to catch you up with what’s up.

My friend Cynthia just came back from India

She suffers from intermittent SVT arrhythmias

Loves city runs, till she feels it in her tibias

So asked me about a watch, that appeals to the things above

I had a lot, cause I was real informed

Told her bout the Apple watch, now hot Series 4

Which tracks calories at minimum

But also has an ECG to detect arrhythmias

Her friend pulled me to the side

Li’l personal, confined away from prying eyes

My daughter Maria never had gonorrhea

Does her newborn really need the prophylaxis that they speak of?

That’s an absolute yes!

Given the risk of corneal perf and blindness

In the last 5 years, it’s really been a threat

Since gonorrhea has risen by 76%

She seemed stressed while we chatted at the kitchen table

Then referred to last week’s graphic cigarette labels

My son Michael’s in high school and he confessed

Smoking with strangers flavored e-cigarettes

Well… this week, the FDA vows to limit abuse

And battle teens now with e-cigarette use

Letters were sent to all major e-cig providers

Now they have 2 months to address sales to minors

In other news, elsewhere in this hemisphere

Accountable Care Orgs saved money for Medicare

And PTAC backs new payment models

For EM and PCPs, dialysis may follow

Foot on the throttle, never easy to relax

See you next week on that DC Recap

1969-12-31T19:00:00-0500

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Medpage Today

D.C. Rap Up: Watch for the Heart; No E-Cigs for Kids

MedPage Today's weekly summary of policy news gets a hip-hop reboot from Cleavon Gilman, MD

MedpageToday

Cleavon MD

  • by

Welcome to the D.C. Rap Up, a weekly rundown of the most important health policy stories. Cleavon Gilman, MD, an emergency physician in New York City, remixes the news and drops the beats to catch you up with what's up.

My friend Cynthia just came back from India

She suffers from intermittent SVT arrhythmias

Loves city runs, till she feels it in her tibias

So asked me about a watch, that appeals to the things above

I had a lot, cause I was real informed

Told her bout the Apple watch, now hot Series 4

Which tracks calories at minimum

But also has an ECG to detect arrhythmias

Her friend pulled me to the side

Li'l personal, confined away from prying eyes

My daughter Maria never had gonorrhea

Does her newborn really need the prophylaxis that they speak of?

That's an absolute yes!

Given the risk of corneal perf and blindness

In the last 5 years, it's really been a threat

Since gonorrhea has risen by 76%

She seemed stressed while we chatted at the kitchen table

Then referred to last week's graphic cigarette labels

My son Michael's in high school and he confessed

Smoking with strangers flavored e-cigarettes

Well... this week, the FDA vows to limit abuse

And battle teens now with e-cigarette use

Letters were sent to all major e-cig providers

Now they have 2 months to address sales to minors

In other news, elsewhere in this hemisphere

Accountable Care Orgs saved money for Medicare

And PTAC backs new payment models

For EM and PCPs, dialysis may follow

Foot on the throttle, never easy to relax

See you next week on that DC Recap

1969-12-31T19:00:00-0500

last updated

Comments

Accessibility Statement

At MedPage Today, we are committed to ensuring that individuals with disabilities can access all of the content offered by MedPage Today through our website and other properties. If you are having trouble accessing www.medpagetoday.com, MedPageToday's mobile apps, please email legal@ziffdavis.com for assistance. Please put "ADA Inquiry" in the subject line of your email.



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