Posts tagged with "Diabetic Foot"
· 13. March 2022
We are very excited to bring you the top papers from the Southern Association for Vascular Surgery 2022 Meeting in Manalapan, Florida. This episode features 4 different papers, discussed by the primary author(s) with commentary provided by Drs. Adam Beck (Secretary-Treasurer of SAVS) and Dr. Hernan Bazan (Program Chair).
· 22. June 2020
Dr. Victoria Teodorescu (Dr. T) recounts the people that tried to discourage her on her road to medicine, including her own program director who had told her that “women with children don’t belong in surgery.” Despite all the obstacles, Dr T was able to become Chief of Vascular Surgery at Bronx VA Medical Center where she instituted a diabetic foot clinic to combat emergency amputations for foot infections.
In this latest installment of our JVS collaboration, Jacob discusses the March Editor’s Choice articles with Editor in Chief of the Journal of Vascular surgery, Dr. Peter Gloviczki.
In our second JVS Meet the Author episode, we also pilot our first Audible Bleeding/JVS Online Journal Club. Jacob Schwartzman joins Dr. Paul DiMuzio from Jefferson and Dr. Sarah Deery from Johns Hopkins in a discussion with first author Dr. Caitlin Hicks. Dr. Hicks is an Assistant Professor of Surgery in the Division of Vascular and Endovascular Therapy at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, with special interests in health services research and healthcare costs.
Adam and Jacob are discussing the November JVS Editor’s choice articles with Editor in Chief of the Journal of Vascular Surgery, Dr. Peter Gloviczki.
In this episode, we present the third installment to the Audible Bleeding - JVS Editor's Choice collaboration as Adham Elmously discusses the JVS articles selected for the October 2019 edition of the Editor's Choice with JVS Senior Editor, Dr. Peter Lawrence.
In this episode, we present the second installment to the Audible Bleeding - JVS Editor's Choice collaboration as Adham Elmously discusses the JVS articles selected for the September 2019 edition of the Editor's Choice with JVS Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Peter Gloviczki.
· 18. March 2019
Dr. Venita Chandra is an associate professor of Surgery and the associate program director for the vascular surgery fellowship at Stanford. Dr. Chandra is also the founder of the Stanford Limb Salvage Initiative called the StEPP program or Stanford Extremity Preservation Program and is going to talk to us today about limb preservation among other things.