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A lighthearted, tongue-in-cheek quest through the annals of medical history with three practicing emergency physicians. Expect new episodes every two weeks. Look for us on social media as we fumble our way through this whole experience. For questions or comments either go to our social media pages (links above) or send e-mail to poorhistorianspod@gmail.com.Thank you all for listening!
 
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A young woman is referred urgently to your breast surgical oncology clinic for a second opinion. She has been told that she needs to have an urgent mastectomy for a palpable triple negative breast cancer with suspicious axillary lymphadenopathy. Are there other options she should consider? Join Drs. Michael Alvarado, Rita Mukhtar, and Alexa Glencer…
 
Medical students - do you want to DOMINATE your surgery clerkship? Of course you do! Tune in and find out how. In this episode we introduce Behind the Knife’s 5 Principles for Clerkship DOMINATION, we hear from clerkship directors at top-notch surgery programs around the country, and we review the primary learning environments in surgery and how yo…
 
Your patient is pregnant in her third trimester and she has acute cholecystitis...a relatively common but unnerving scenario. What do you do?! Do you operate? Do you observe? What about the baby? Tune in and get the information you need to best care for this patient. Hosts: Drs. Graham Skelhorne-Gross, Ashlie Nadler and Jordan Nantais. Papers revie…
 
Dr. Yue-Yung Hu, Dr. Ryan Ellis, and Dr. Rhami Khorfan discuss two key new papers discussing optimizing resident achievement and well-being. Check out the papers at these links! https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33605580/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33491973/By Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast
 
Episode Description The timing of renal replacement therapy remains controversial and may be influenced by local resources, availability and institutional practices. In this episode from the Surgical Critical Care team at Behind the Knife, we provide a brief overview, introduce a clinical scenario and discuss two contemporary articles on the timing…
 
Intro: Join Drs. Brian Louie, Peter White, and Megan Lenihan as they discuss the management of spontaneous pneumothorax in its various presentations. Learning Objectives - Management of primary spontaneous pneumothorax - Management of secondary spontaneous pneumothorax - Operative intervention - Nonoperative intervention - Recognition and managemen…
 
Couldn’t log on to the American Association of Endocrine Surgeons Annual Meeting this year? No need to have FOMO, in this episode from the Endocrine Surgery team at Behind the Knife, we review key abstract presentations from the meeting. We discuss the strengths and limitations of the studies, and how the results translate to clinical practice. Spe…
 
You find a 2.3 cm polyp in the right colon during a screening colonoscopy. Does this patient need a colectomy? Is polypectomy ok? What should I do?? Join Drs. Peter Marcello, Jonathan Abelson and Tess Aulet as they discuss the endoscopic management of advanced colorectal polyps. Be sure to check out Behind the Knife's YouTube channel for the VideoC…
 
Minimally Invasive Surgery Journal Review Evaluating the Robot Platform for use in General Surgery: ROLARR & RIVAL The debate about whether or not robotic surgery has a place in mainstream general surgery practice has been raging years with critics highlighting concerns about cost and a lack of high-level evidence showing benefit in patient outcome…
 
Dr. Shailesh Agarwal from Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston joins us once more on the podcast! This time he lends us his expertise in the surgical management of lymphedema. Come listen to how Dr. Agarwal is improving the lives of patients with this terrible, chronic condition, often produced as a result of prior surgery.…
 
On this episode we are joined by Dr. Gretchen Schwarze, Associate Professor of Vascular Surgery at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Dr. Schwarze is an expert in surgical decision making, informed consent, advance directives, and end-of-life care, and in this episode we pick her brain for practical tips on how to talk to patients about surger…
 
On this episode we talk about an extremely important topic - end of life care and decision making. We are lucky to be joined by Dr. Gretchen Schwarze, Associate Professor of Vascular Surgery at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Dr. Schwarze is the creator of the Best Case Worst Case tool, an incredibly useful resource. The Best Case Worse Cas…
 
Description: Pancreatic adenocarcinoma is a highly lethal cancer with a dismal long-term prognosis requiring complex multidisciplinary planning in order to optimize outcomes. In this episode from the Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary team at Behind the Knife, we discuss a patient presenting with a borderline resectable pancreatic head mass. Learning Objecti…
 
Today we have a very special guest on Behind the Knife- Dr Michael D’Angelica. He discusses surgical oncology with his HPB focus along with colorectal liver metastases. The episode digs in deeper on the origin of hepatic artery infusion pump, its surgical technique and common complications and much more. Enjoy! https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama…
 
Clinical Challenges in Trauma Surgery: Penetrating Cardiac Trauma A patient presents with a stab wound to the THE BOX. What do you do? X-ray? FAST? Heal with steel? In this episode, the BTK trauma team discusses your options and gives you a few pro tips along the way. Join Drs. Haut, Feinman, and Sigmon for a high-yield clinical challenge. Hosts: E…
 
Clinical Challenge in Surgery – Carotid Artery Stenosis Carotid endarterectomy is a great option for most patients, but what do you do when the lesion extends high in the neck or the neck has been irradiated? In this episode from the Vascular Surgery team at Behind the Knife, we discuss carotid artery stenosis using a real patient case from the Uni…
 
“If you could go back to your very first day of intern year and tell yourself one thing, what would it be?" In this episode, AlleaBelle Gongola joins Scott Steele, Kevin Kniery, and Patrick Georgoff to discuss this very question. Tune in to hear wise answers from previous BTK episodes and fill up on inspiration as we head into a new academic year.…
 
Go to greenchef.com/90surgery with code "90surgery" to get 90 dollars off some fantastic meals and help support Behind The Knife. Host: Kevin Kniery Guest Hosts: Alexis Lauria and Alec Kersey For more details on vascular trauma discussion check previous episodes with Dr. Rasmussen.By Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast
 
Go to HelloFresh.com/Surgery12 to get up to 12 free meals and support Behind The Knife. Host: Kevin Kniery Guest Hosts: Alexis Lauria and Alec Kersey Check our YouTube tutorial on REBOA https://bit.ly/3uSxLXb For more in detail vascular trauma discussions check out our previous episodes with Dr. Todd Rasmussen.…
 
In this episode, we host the Joint Commission who tell us about their efforts to improve healthcare disparities and healthcare provider diversity. We first briefly discuss structural racism before pivoting to how COVID has revealed how deep the roots of inequity travel. Finally we discuss the ways that Joint Commission are tackling the problem. Dr.…
 
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