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New insights: Surgical Management of Unstable Chest Wall Injuries
In this episode, Dr. Mohit Bhandari sits down with Dr. Niloofar Dehghan to discuss the newly published JAMA paper titled "Operative vs Nonoperative Treatment of Acute Unstable Chest Wall Injuries."
New Randomized Trial Finds New Approach to Pain Management: JAMA Publication Alert
In this episode, Dr. Mohit Bhandari sits down with two orthopedic residents, Dr. Aaron Gazendam and Dr. Seper Ekhtiari, to discuss their newly published JAMA paper titled “Effect of a postoperative multimodal opioid-sparing protocol vs standard opioid prescribing on postoperative opioid consumption after knee or shoulder arthroscopy.”
In Conversation with Surgical Scientist Gerard Slobogean: The Pursuit of Ideas
In this episode, Dr. Bhandari is joined in studio by Dr. Gerard Slobogean. They discuss Dr. Slobogean's pathway to success in clinical research and what it means to "make it" in clinical research. How to achieve success, and how to plan what's next after large clinical trials.
Major Extremity Trauma and Rehabilitation Consortium (METRC) and War Injury Research, with special guests Matt Schmitz and Patrick Osborn
In this episode, Marc and Mo are joined by special guests Matt Schmitz (JBJS Deputy Editor for Social Media; San Antonio Military Medical Center; Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences; Brooke Army Medical Center) and Patrick Osborn (Brooke Army Medical Center; Baptist Health System) in a discussion on the research being done by the Major Extremity Trauma and Rehabilitation Consortium (METRC) and how the knowledge gained has impacted the ability of the orthopaedic surgeon to treat the injured warrior.