Posts tagged with "Adam Johnson"



Special Topics · 08. May 2022
In this episode, we are fortunate to hear three interviews from guest experts in the field discussing occupational hazards in vascular surgery. We cover physical pain and discomfort with Dr. Max Wohlauer, radiation safety with Dr. Melissa Kirkwood, and pregnancy and radiation with Dr. Venita Chandra.
Professional Development · 24. April 2022
Inside the Vascular Surgery Board - the Past, Present, and Future of Your Certification We are very excited to have Dr. Kellie Brown, the current Vice-Chair of the Vascular Surgery Board, and Dr. Malachi Sheahan, the Vice-Chair Elect, to pull back the curtain on how the VSB serves the public and the vascular surgery community at large while defining our specialty. They discuss the history of the VSB, provide some insight into board examination development, and clarify the process of Continuous...
JVS · 31. March 2022
Adam and Farooq discuss Journal of Vascular Surgery Editor’s Choice articles for April 2022 with the Senior Editor, Dr. Peter Lawrence.
Special Topics · 24. March 2022
Holding Pressure and Vascular Origin Stories: History of Hemodialysis Access In this crossover episode of Holding Pressure and Vascular Origin Stories Gowri and Marlene explore the history of hemodialysis access, the creation of arteriovenous fistulas and prosthetic grafts. During this episode Gowri interviews Dr. Appell- the surgeon who created the first AV fistula for hemodialysis access and Marlene interviews Dr. Schanzer about his experience with early hemodialysis access and the...

JVS · 22. March 2022
Soni and Wen discuss the Journal of Vascular Surgery Venous and Lymphatics March Editors' Choice articles with the Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Peter Gloviczki.
JVS · 17. March 2022
In this month’s episode of our JVS Editor’s Choice series, Soni and Wen discuss Journal of Vascular Surgery March’s Editor’s Choice articles with the Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Peter Gloviczki
Special Topics · 23. January 2022
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.

Special Topics · 05. December 2021
Today’s episode is a recording of the SVS Healthcare Information Technology Committee (HITC) Webinar, Artificial Intelligence in Vascular Surgery originally held on Thursday, July 22, 2021. The SVS HITC has invited a number of speakers to explore ways you should be using AI in your practice today and get a glimpse of what will be coming around the corner.
Exam Prep · 28. November 2021
Andrew Nickinson and Aminder Singh discuss what trainees should know about venous disease with Mr. Manj Gohel. This podcast is aimed at preparing UK vascular trainees for the Fellowship of Royal College (FRCS) vascular examination, but should apply to any vascular surgery examination. Mr Manj Gohel MD FRCS FEBVS (@ManjGohel) is a consultant vascular and endovascular surgeon at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Cambridge, UK. He is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial...
Exam Prep · 01. November 2021
In today's episode, Adham Elmously and Matt Spreadbury discuss diagnosis and management of type B aortic dissections with Drs Einar Brevik and Joseph Lombardi.

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