Audible Bleeding editors Matt and Wen are joined by JVS-VL Editor Anahita Dua, JVS Assistant Editor Dr. Paul Dimuzio, and JVS Editor-in-Chief Dr. Thomas Forbes to discuss two great articles in the JVS family of journals. They’re joined by Dr. Steven Deak and Dr. Rens Varkevisser, the first authors of each of the papers discussing polidocanol endovenous microfoam and mortality difference between open and endovascular
Today, we are republishing the Health Information Technology (HITC) webinar from May 4, 2022, on New Technologies in Vascular Surgery. New technologies designed to improve surgical techniques are rapidly emerging in the vascular specialty. This brings on surgeons to discuss four new exciting technologies moderated by Drs Judith Lin and Oliver Aalami.
In today's episode of our Holding Pressure (HP) Series, developed by medical students for medical students, Janhavi and Andrew review the basics of endovascular abdominal aortic aneurysm repair (EVAR).
We are very excited to bring you the top papers from the 2022 Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery meeting. This episode features 3 papers, discussed by the primary author with commentary provided by Dr. Caron Rockman, President of the SCVS, Professor of Surgery at NYU, and program director of Vascular Surgery training programs, Vice-President Dr. Ashraf Mansour, Professor and Chair of Surgery at Michigan State University, and Dr. Jean Bismuth, SCVS Secretary, from Houston, Texas. Clinical...
In today’s episode we will explore the different materials used to try and repair and bridge aortic gaps. We’ll see attempts to treat aortic aneurysms with ligation, banding and occlusion. How Albert Einstein’ abdominal aortic aneurysm was treated with cutting edge 1940s technology: cellophane. And how a young surgical research fellow, a stray suture, perseverance and fast sewing machine skills ushered in the modern era of fabric grafts.