NBCA Video Podcast Series

The mission of the National Blood Clot Alliance is to prevent, diagnose and treat thrombosis and thrombophilia through research, education, support and advocacy. As part of an ongoing effort of continual website improvement NBCA is adding interactive content to make your browsing experience more effective and enjoyable. The NBCA video Podcast series is a collection of video Podcasts you can view on your PC, favorite MP3 player or download free from iTunes to your iPod or iPhone. Click here for the RSS feed.  Click on any of the titles below to view the series:

 

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Blood Clotting

Dr. Mark Reding presents “Everything  You Ever Wanted to Know About Blood Clotting”.  This presentation has been edited into 8 short segments.

NBCA Video Series – Our Genes Our Stories

Learn how the Genetic Information Non discrimination Act protects you and your family.

The Voices of Experience – Blood Clot Survivors Tell Their Stories

This installment features personal stories of blood clot survival and a special 2 part panel discussion with questions from the audience for the panel. .

A Patient’s Perspective and Launching a Support Group

Pat Koppa discusses the challenges and rewards in setting up a patient support group.

Women’s Issues with Blood Clotting” Colleen T. Morton, MD

The Minnesota chapter of NBCA (NBCA-MN) presented this comprehensive Stop The Clot® Forum to address the key issues faced by patients and families affected by blood clots and clotting disorders.  This 10 part installment addresses Women’s issues with clotting and features Colleen T. Morton, MD, Hematology and Oncology HealthPartners Regions Hospital and HealthPartners Riverside.

Tom Hogan Discusses Use of Anticoagulants in Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery

Tom Hogan discusses why it is so important to advocate for yourself before orthopedic surgery.

Minnesota Vikings Brian Robison Tells His Blood Clot Story

Brian Robison, MN Vikings Defensive End, suffered from two blood clots in his leg in August,2008.  Fortunately, his blood clots were surgically removed, but Brian realized how serious they could have become had he ignored his symptoms.   Brian shares his experience and why he agreed to be a spokesperson for the Minnesota Chapter in an interview for Vikings Weekly.

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