Modern-day evidence-based medicine mandates a strong understanding of current local and international guidelines. Surgeons often rely heavily on these reports, but what to do when they differ? We have partnered with the ESVS podcast to explore this topic to create the Transatlantic Series. In this inaugural episode, we compare and contrast the SVS carotid artery disease guidelines published in 2022 with the recently updated ESVS guidelines published in 2023.
We are delighted to review the SVS VAM Diversity and Resident/Medical Student travel scholarships in today's episode. Dr. Ezra Schwartz and Dr. Nakia Sarad speak with three scholarship recipients to explore their reasons for applying, their experience at the 2023 Vascular Annual Meeting, and the impact of their attendance on their goals and aspirations.
Today, Dr. David Ebertz and Dr. Jason Turner (@JasonTyTurner) discuss with multiple leaders in vascular surgery about their involvement in vascular surgery societies, VESS (@VESurgery) and SVS (@VascularSVS). Guests include Drs. Leigh Ann O'Banion, Vikram Kashyap, Nick Mouawad, Saideep Bose, and Matthew Smeds.
In this first episode of the SVS PA Section mini-series Vascular Team Talk, Steve Robischon, PA-C, Laura Needler, APNP, and Dr. Nate Kugler review the history of the physician assistant and nurse practitioner professions, discuss similarities and differences in their training, and describe how they function on their vascular team.
Audible Bleeding editor Adam Johnson (@Adam_mdmph) is joined by MD/Ph.D. student Rahul Ghosh (@ghoshrx) and JVS Assistant Editor Dr. Paul Dimuzio (@pdimuziomd) to discuss two great articles in the JVS family of journals. Dr. David Gordon and Dr. David Williams, the authors of the following paper, join them:
“Pathologic characteristics of human venous in-stent stenosis and stent occlusion” by Williams et al.
Audible Bleeding editor Adam Johnson (@Adam_mdmph) is joined by MD/PhD student Rahul Ghosh (@ghoshrx), JVS Assistant Editor Dr. Paul Dimuzio (@pdimuziomd) to discuss two great articles in the JVS family of journals. Discussions for the second article will be published later this week. Dr. Jasmine Bhinder joins them to discuss the following paper: “Understanding radiation exposure and improving safety for vascular surgery trainees” by Bhinder et al.
The SVS Sub-Section on Outpatient & Office Vascular Care, with Dr. Robert Molnar, Dr. Anil Hingorani, and Dr. Edward Arous We are excited to have Dr. Robert Molnar, Dr. Anil Hingorani, and Dr. Edward Arous to discuss the SVS Sub-Section on Outpatient & Office Vascular Care (SOOVC). In 2018, the SVS created a new membership section for clinicians who work in outpatient and office vascular care centers. The section’s mission is to establish a forum where members can work to advance the...
In this second episode highlighting the SVS women’s section, Wen (@WenKawaji) and Amanda (@AmandaFobare) are joined by Dr. Furey, Dr. Bunnell and Dr. Kumar to discuss important topics such as the needs of a young vascular surgeon and how to pick your optimal practice. Show Guests: Dr. Bunnell @avi-bunnell: Private practice vascular Surgeon in Tampa Florida specializing in venous disease, PAD, and carotid revascularization Dr. Furey @drpfureymd: Chief of vascular surgery and president of...