Posts tagged with "Marlene Garcia Neuer"



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...

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.

Interviews · 07. November 2021
In the second episode of our medical student series, Holding Pressure, Marlene and Megan sit down with Kirthi, Paulina, and Alexandra to discuss some of their advice on interviewing for residency. They also revisited excerpts from an episode published December 2020 titled “Advice for Applicants to the Integrated Vascular Surgery Residency,” where Dr. Chelsea Dorsey from University of Chicago, Dr. Murray Shames from University of South Florida, and Dr Arash Fereydooni, who was a PGY1 at...
Special Topics · 27. October 2021
In today’s episode we will explore the search for the ‘spark of life’ to reanimate man, and how it inspired innovative arterial anastomosis techniques and frankensteinian operations.

Special Topics · 17. October 2021
Today’s episode will focus on early vascular surgeons, including Dr. Robert Liston, John Hunter, Lambert Hallowell, and Astley Cooper and their success and failures.