Cardiac Cowboys: The Heroic Invention of Heart Surgery
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by Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast
1w ago
Before 1952, open heart surgery was considered science fiction. The heart was off limits to surgeons despite more than half a million Americans dying annually from heart disease. Doing nothing was the strategy. However, the status quo would soon change thanks to a few brave and imaginative surgeons who dared to break the most rigid of medical taboos: Do not touch the human heart. We sat down with Dr. Gerald Imber, author of the new book “Cardiac Cowboys: The Heroic Invention of Heart Surgery” to discuss how five men raced to invent an entirely new field of surgery.  Guests: Jessica Milla ..read more
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Clinical Challenges in Colorectal Surgery: Management of Advanced and Malignant Polyps
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by Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast
1w ago
Join Drs. Galandiuk, Bolshinsky, Kavalukas, and Simon as they discuss Management of Advanced and Malignant Polyps.  Come with us as we navigate through sessile serrated lesions, pathology reports, and rectal polyp nuances.  Hosts:  - Susan Galandiuk, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, @DCREdInChief - Vladimir Bolshinsky, Peninsula Health, Victoria, Australia, @bolshinskyv - Sandy Kavalukas, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, @sandykava - Hillary Simon, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, @HillaryLSimon Producer:  - Manasa Sunkara MS3 ..read more
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Association of Out Surgeons & Allies (AOSA) - Episode 3: LGBTQ+ Healthcare
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by Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast
1w ago
Join for the third episodes in the Association of Out Surgeons & Allies (AOSA) series for a discussion on LGBTQIA+ healthcare providers and their patients.   Host:  Nina Clark, MD  Guests:  - Andrew Schlussel, DO, Colorectal and General Surgeon, Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center - Dr. James Taylor, Assistant Professor of Colorectal Surgery at Montefiore Medical Center - Dr. Alex Bonte, General Surgery PGY4 at Hackensack University Medical Center in Hackensack NJ.  - Dr. Paige Tannhauser, General Surgery PGY3 (completed) at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh ..read more
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Clinical Challenges in Hernia Surgery: Open Preperitoneal Ventral Hernia Repair
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by Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast
2w ago
Listen to another episode by the Hernia Team from Carolinas Medical Center as they discuss their approach to open preperitoneal ventral hernia repair. Although uncommonly performed, a preperitoneal approach offers several advantages including the ability to achieve large mesh overlap without the need for myofascial release. The team discusses their tips and tricks for utilizing the preperitoneal space in even the most challenging hernia cases.  Hosts: - Dr. Sullivan “Sully” Ayuso, Chief Resident, Carolinas Medical Center, @SAyusoMD (Twitter) - Dr. Todd Heniford, Chief of GI & MIS, Ca ..read more
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Global Surgery Episode 2: Trauma Care in Resource-Limited Settings
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by Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast
3w ago
Join us for another episode of our Global Surgery series, where we have a special focus on trauma care in resource-limited settings.  Traumatic injury remains one of the largest burdens of disease and causes of mortality internationally. The WHO estimates that 4.4 million lives are lost to traumatic injuries per year, accounting for approximately 8% of all deaths. Notably, traumatic injuries are the top killer of children, adolescents, and young adults, compounding the patient-years lost. Trauma is ubiquitous–accidents and injuries happen all over the globe, and thus differences in traum ..read more
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Journal Review in Surgical Education: Artificial Intelligence
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by Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast
1M ago
With the increasing popularity of artificial intelligence, its uses are quickly becoming not only a part of everyday life, but also training in surgery. Those of us without much understanding of the technology might be intimidated by this nebulous topic, or worry that we won’t be able to comprehend the advancements to come to the field. Luckily, we’re joined by a leading expert in the use of AI in surgery, Dr. Dan Hashimoto. He breaks down some examples of how AI is being used in surgical education, the role surgeons should play in these advancements, and some tips for how we can critically ap ..read more
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Hot Topics in Trauma: Western Trauma Association 2024
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by Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast
1M ago
The Fellowship of the Snow kept it interesting this year…both on and off the slopes!  On this episode, Patrick Georgoff discusses the Western Trauma Association’s updated resuscitative thoracotomy algorithm with Ron Tesoriero, the results of a WTA multicenter trial exploring chest tube irrigation for the prevention of retained hemothorax with Thomas Carver, and prehospital blood administration with Juan Duchesne.   ** Algorithms and papers are pending final review and are therefore not available to link to this episode.   Ron Tesoriero, MD: Associate Professor of Surgery, Dire ..read more
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Clinical Challenges in Vascular Surgery: Dialysis Associated Steal Syndrome
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by Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast
1M ago
In this episode of Behind the Knife the vascular surgery subspecialty team discusses a few case scenarios of patients with dialysis associated hand ischemia (or steal syndrome). Although a rare, steal syndrome can be detrimental to patients with end stage renal disease and result in not only risk of losing dialysis access but even their limb.  What options do you have to fix this problem? In this episode, we will cover the who is at risk of this, and what options you have to fix it. Hosts:  Dr. Bobby Beaulieu is an Assistant Professor of Vascular Surgery at the University of Michiga ..read more
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Circulation-First Approach to Trauma Resuscitation
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by Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast
1M ago
Join BTK eduction fellows, Drs. Nina Clark and Jon Williams along with guests Drs. Sharmila Dissanaike and Paula Ferrada for a discussion on whether it’s time for a paradigm shift toward a circulation-first approach to trauma resuscitation. Hosts: Nina Clark, MD and Jon Williams, MD Guests:Sharmila Dissanaike, MD - Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX Paula Ferrada, MD - Inova, Fairfax, VA References:Ferrada P, Dissanaike S. Circulation First for the Rapidly Bleeding Trauma Patient-It Is Time to Reconsider the ABCs ofTrauma Care. JAMA Surg. 2023 Aug 1;158(8):884-885. do ..read more
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Journal Review in Surgical Oncology: Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors (GISTs)
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by Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast
1M ago
Join the Behind the Knife Surgical Oncology Team as we discuss “One versus Three Years of Adjuvant Imatinib for Operable Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor: A Randomized Trial,” the randomized trial guiding duration of imatinib treatment for gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GIST). Hosts: - Timothy Vreeland, MD, FACS (@vreelant) is an Assistant Professor of Surgery at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and Surgical Oncologist at Brooke Army Medical Center. - Daniel Nelson, DO, FACS (@usarmydoc24) is Surgical Oncologist and current HPB fellow at MD Anderson. - Connor Chick, MD ..read more
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