The Veterinary Surgery Podcast is a first of its kind podcast that focuses on surgical advance in veterinary medicine with host Dr. Jolle Kirpensteijn. Jolle is a diplomate of the American and European Colleges of Veterinary Surgery and has lots of experience in veterinary surgery. Jolle will interview fellow surgeons, review articles that are recently published and will discuss 2 books he will be working on in the near future. You can also follow Jolle on his Global Veterinary Surgery Facebook or Instagram pages.
Cat ear issues and checklist manifesto with Dr. Ameet Singh
And we are back! We discuss c chronic otitis externa in the cat thanks to a great article in JFMS and have a great interview with Dr. Ameet Singh about why checklists are so important in human and veterinary surgery. So excited that we are on a roll again
Gorilla glue, co-morbidities of being a fat pet and everything you want to know about patella luxations
We are back with a great interview with Dr. Karen Perry from Michigan State University, discussing everything you always wanted to know about patella luxations in dogs and cats. I also discuss a great article about gorilla glue and what happens when a dog (cats would never do that!) eats it. Last but not least, some news about cannabis usage and fat pet risks.
Magic surgery pens, uroabdomen and missing soft tissue sarcoma mets
In this exciting podcast, we speak with Dr. Nick Bacon from the UK about the efficiency of CTs in diagnosing soft tissue sarcoma metastasis. Nick explains to us that it is not always useful to do a CT and tells us when we should and should not spend our money on CTs. We also discuss a UK article about uroabdomen in cats and we have a magic pen that can differentiate between tumor and normal tissue in surgery.
Total hip replacement, amputations and a new DOR procedure
In this episode, we have an extra-long interview with Dr. Peter Lotsikas from Skylos Sports Medicine. We discuss his latest publication about the combination of total hip replacement and amputation in dogs. Peter has a fascinating story about his surgery background and the article. He explains that THR has become very advanced and that dogs with amputation do really well with a THR if needed. We end the podcast with a neighboring article from the same journal, where a new technique for stenotic nares is described, call DOR. Want to know what it stands for? Listen to the podcast :-)
Feeling constipated, geeking out with statistics and hemangiosarcoma large vs small
The amazing Dr. Laura Selmic is joining me this week and we have an extra-long interview. I first discuss chronic constipation in the cat and doing a subtotal vs a total colectomy. Laura and I the talk about her career, statistics in general, and a study she performed looking at splenic HSA in small breed dogs in comparison to large breeds. Definitely a great episode.
How to become good at social media, interview with Dr. Minimal Invasive and vaginovulvectomies
In this week's episode, we discuss a new guidelines booklet that was published by AAHA, have a great interview with the famous dr. Bill Culp from UCDavis and for the first time ever we will discuss an article with one of the co-authors. Everything you always wanted to know about vulvavaginectomies.