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Audible Bleeding is a resource for trainees and practicing vascular surgeons, focusing on interviews with leaders in the field, board preparation, and dissemination of best clinical practices and high impact innovations in vascular surgery.

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Audible Bleeding is a resource for trainees and practicing vascular surgeons, focusing on interviews with leaders in the field, board preparation, and dissemination of best clinical practices and high impact innovations in vascular surgery.

    JVS VL November 2021

    JVS VL November 2021

    In this month’s episode of our JVS Editor’s Choice series, Yasong and Andrew discuss November’s Editor’s Choice articles in the Journal of Vascular Surgery Venous and Lymphatic issue with the Editor in Chief, Dr. Peter Gloviczki.
    Dr. Gloviczki’s Video Summary of the Articles
    Articles Discussed:
    Early thrombosis after iliac stenting for venous outflow occlusion is related to disease severity and type of anticoagulation (Editors Choice and CME Article of the Month) Catheter-based interventions versus medical and surgical approaches in acute pulmonary embolism Stratification of pelvic venous reflux in patients with pelvic varicose veins Utility of the 50% stenosis criterion for patients undergoing stenting for chronic iliofemoral venous obstruction
    Other discussed articles:
    The Symptoms-Varices-Pathophysiology classification of pelvic venous disorders Shaking Our Foundations
     
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    Credits:
    Guest: Dr. Peter Gloviczki Authors: Yasong Yu, Imani McElroy Editor: Yasong Yu Reviewers: Eilidh Gunn, Andrew Lazar

    • 32 min
    Holding Pressure - Residency Interview Tips/Advice

    Holding Pressure - Residency Interview Tips/Advice

    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 Stanford integrated vascular program at the time, gave us their take on the entire application process (Link to full episode below). 
    Guests:
    Kirthi Bellamkonda (@kirthisb) is a PGY-1 at the Vascular Surgery Integrated Residency Program at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical center. She graduated from Yale School of Medicine, and also holds a bachelor’s degree from University of Illinois at Chicago, as well as a masters degree from University of Oxford. 
    Paulina Villanueva is a PGY-1 at the Vascular Surgery Integrated Residency Program at THE Ohio State University Hospital Wexner Medical Center. She graduated from Charles Drew/UCLA School of Medicine, and also holds a bachelor’s degree  in Neuroscience from UCLA, as well as a masters degree from California State Polytechnic University in Biological Sciences.  
    Alexandra Gobble is a PGY-2 at the Vascular Surgery Integrated Residency Program at THE Ohio State University Hospital Wexner Medical Center. She graduated from University of Washington School of Medicine, and also holds a bachelor’s degree in Material and Biomaterials Engineering from the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology .
     
    Related Contents
    Advice for Applicants to the Integrated Vascular Surgery Residency - complete episode from which sound clips were extracted
    So You’ve Matched into Vascular...Now What (Part 1) - featuring Kirthi as a medical student
    “It’s Time to End the Interview” - Dr. Malachi Sheahan’s take on the modern interview process for surgical trainees
    More Medical Student Content
     
    Hosts:
    Marlene Garcia-Neuer (@GarciaNeuer) is a MS4 at THE Ohio State University College of Medicine.
    Megan Tenet (@megantenet) is a MS4 at Georgetown University School of Medicine
     
    Calling all medical students!
    Submit your questions for the mailbag episode! Ask us any question related to vascular surgery, and have it answered on the podcast. 
    Include the following
    Your name, school, and year Who you want to address the question to (resident, fellow, attending, or someone specific) Send them in writing, or in voice recorded format.  Send them to HoldingPressure.AudibleBleeding@gmail.com. Also send us any ideas, suggestions, or comments.
    Please share your feedback through our Listener Survey!
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    Credits: 
    Authors: Yasong Yu, Marlene Garcia-Neuer, Megan Tenet
    Editor: Yasong Yu
    Reviewers: Christopher Audu, Amanda Fobare
     

    • 1 hr 2 min
    JVS Editor's Choice - November 2021

    JVS Editor's Choice - November 2021

    In this month’s episode of our JVS Editor’s Choice series, Yasong, Andrew, and Ajay discuss Journal of Vascular Surgery November’s Editor’s Choice articles with the Editor in Chief of the JVS, Dr. Peter Gloviczki.
    Dr. Gloviczki’s Video Summary of the Articles
    Articles Discussed:
    Intraoperative consultation of vascular surgeons is increasing at a major American trauma center
    Effects of supervised exercise therapy on blood pressure and heart rate during exercise, and associations with improved walking performance in peripheral artery disease: Results of a randomized clinical trial
    Preoperative risk score accuracy confirmed in a modern ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm experience (CME Article of the Month)
    Evaluation of the Gore TAG thoracic branch endoprosthesis in the treatment of proximal descending thoracic aortic aneurysms
     
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    Credits:
    Guest: Peter Gloviczki Authors: Andrew Lazar, Ajay Menon Editor: Yasong Yu Reviewers: Eilidh Gunn, Ryan Meyer
     
     

    • 29 min
    VSITE Review - Aortic Dissections

    VSITE Review - Aortic Dissections

    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.
    An outline can be found on our website
    References
    Lombardi et al. Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) and Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS) reporting standards for type B aortic dissections. J Vasc Surg. 2020 Jan;71(3): P723-747 Lombardi JV et al. STABLE II Investigators. STABLE II clinical trial on endovascular treatment of acute, complicated type B aortic dissection with a composite device design. J Vasc Surg. 2020 Apr;71(4):1077-1087. Authors:
    Dr. Adham Elmously (@elmouslyMD) is a second-year vascular surgery fellow at the New York-Presbyterian Cornell/Columbia Program in New York, NY. Dr. Matthew Spredbury (@mattspreadbury) is a second-year vascular surgery resident at Haukeland University Hospital in Bergen, Norway. Guests:
    Dr. Joseph Lombardi (@VascSurgMD) is the Professor and Chief of Vascular Surgery at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, New Jersey, and the PI on the STABLE I and STABLE II trials. Dr. Einar Brevik (LinkedIn) is a consultant vascular surgeon and the previous president of the Norwegian Society of Vascular Surgery. Editor: Matt Smith
    Reviewers: Adam Johnson and Matt Chia
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    • 34 min
    Vascular Surgery Origins - The Modern Prometheus

    Vascular Surgery Origins - The Modern Prometheus

    Vascular Surgery Origins is a podcast series that explores the fun and engaging stories that shaped vascular surgery. 
    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. Specifically, I’ll talk about our understanding of circulation from Greeks and Galen to our modern knowledge brought to us by William Harvey, as well as other electrifying attempts at reanimation. Hear how Robert Abbe proved vascular circulation was critical for limb-replantation and how his friendship with a novelist inspired the future father of vascular surgery Alexis Carrel.  Finally, I will explore how Drs. Carrel and Guthrie mastered arterial- anastomosis and opened the floodgates to major arterial repair, limb-replantation and organ transplantation, even if some of their experiments seem a little frankensteinian.
    Host:  Marlene (@GarciaNeuer ) is a 4th year medical student at THE Ohio State College of Medicine.
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    Credits:
    Author: Marlene Garcia-Neuer
    Editor: Yasong Yu
    Reviewers: Sharif Ellozy and Adam Johnson

    • 28 min
    Vascular Surgery History Ep 1

    Vascular Surgery History Ep 1

    We are excited to introduce the first episode of our new series, Vascular Surgery History. This podcast series will explore the fun and engaging stories that shaped vascular surgery.
     
    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.
     
    Sources and further reading:
     
    [1] A History of Vascular Surgery. Steven G Friedman. Blackwell Publishing. 2005
     
    [2] The Greatest Benefit to Mankind. A Medical History of Humanity. Roy Porter. Norton and Company 1997.
     
    [3] Time me, gentlemen! The Bravado and Bravery of Robert Liston. Adrew J Jones, Robert
    Nesbit Jr, Steven Holsten. American College of Surgeons, Poster Competition 2016 CC201
     
    Host:  Marlene (@GarciaNeuer ) is a 4th year medical student at THE Ohio State College of Medicine.
     
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    Credits:
    Author: Marlene Garcia-Neuer
    Editor: Yasong Yu
    Reviewers: Sharif Ellozy

    • 14 min

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91 Ratings

91 Ratings

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Great Podcast

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Great example of how to build partnerships amongst colleagues and other relevant professional socieities and journals.

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The best place for vascular surgery on the internet!

Gotta love what these guys are doing! Great collaborations with the SVS, the JVS, faculty, and trainees all across the world. 💯 would recommend to a friend.

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Comprehensive yet concise

This podcast covers vascular surgery from multiple angles, reviewing new research and controversies, interviewing leaders and legends in the field and providing up-to-date didactics for vascular surgeons in training. It’s an essential resource for keeping up with the dynamic field.

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