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Cervical spine clearance in the pediatric trauma patient can be difficult - especially in those patients less than 3 years old. That's why Dr. Meera Kotagal reviewed the C-spine literature and recommendations during our 2019 Pediatric Surgery Update Course. Mark your calendars for the next meeting on August 27th, 2021.Host: Rodrigo Gerardo…
 
Did you miss our annual Update Course? Don't worry, we are summarizing our favorite sessions from years past. In this episode, Dr. Whit Holcomb talks us through the diagnosis and management of perforated appendicitis. Mark your calendars for the next Update Course: August 27, 2021Host: Rodrigo Gerardo…
 
Did you miss our annual Update Course? Don't worry, we are summarizing our favorite sessions from years past. In this episode, Dr. Steven Lee talks us through the basics of minimally invasive excision for pilonidal disease. Mark your calendars for the next Update Course: August 27, 2021Host: Rodrigo Gerardo…
 
We've discussed Hirschsprung Disease a lot on this podcast but we've never talked about one of the most complex forms - total colonic hirschsprung disease. Here Dr. Levitt and Dr. Frischer discuss the diagnosis and management with a case scenario. Special guest - Amanda JensenHost: Rodrigo GerardoBy GlobalCastMD
 
Despite an abundance of skilled gastroenterologists, the modern day general surgeon still needs to be comfortable operating for common bile duct stones. That's why we talked to Dr. Jeff Ponsky about the keys to diagnosis and management of choledocholithiasis with special guest Rae Hanke.Host: Rodrigo Gerardo…
 
Did you miss our annual Update Course? Don't worry, we are summarizing our favorite sessions from years past. In this episode, Dr. Eunice Huang and Dr. Megan Durham talk you through the workup and management for rectal prolapse. Mark your calendars for the next Update Course: August 27, 2021Host: Rodrigo Gerardo…
 
Did you miss our annual Update Course? Don't worry, we are summarizing our favorite sessions from years past. In this episode, Dr. Megan Durham and Dr. Eunice Huang talk you through some perioperative considerations for patients with Hirschsprung Disease. Mark your calendars for the next Update Course: August 27, 2021Host: Rodrigo Gerardo…
 
Surgery is only one piece of the puzzle when it comes to treating the colorectal patient. That's why this episode is all about the perioperative approach to bowel management with special guests Monica Holder and Katie Worst - nurses who manage patients and families in the colorectal clinic every day.Host: Rodrigo Gerardo…
 
Kids will eat any and everything if given the chance. But what if they eat something like a coin or worse - a button battery? In this episode, we brought in a pediatric gastroenterologist to talk about the treatment and management of digested foreign bodies with Dr. Aaron Garrison, Rae Hanke, and Alex Gibbons.Host: Rodrigo Gerardo…
 
Surgery is only one piece of the puzzle when it comes to treating the colorectal patient. That's why this episode is all about the perioperative approach to bowel management with special guests Monica Holder and Katie Worst - nurses who manage patients and families in the colorectal clinic every day.Host: Rodrigo Gerardo…
 
In this episode of the colorectal quiz, Dr. Marc Levitt and Dr. Jason Frischer discuss the surgical considerations when a patient with Hirschsprung disease presents with a more proximal transition zone in the transverse colon or hepatic flexure. They're joined by special guests Dr. Andrea Badillo from Children's National hospital and Dr. Aaron Garr…
 
Did you miss our annual virtual conference, the Update Course? Don't worry, we're highlighting our favorite presentations here. In this episode, Dr. Mary Brindle and Dr. Kurt Heiss discuss the importance of ERAS in the pediatric patient and how they operationalized ERAS programs at their institutions.Host: Rodrigo Gerardo…
 
Introducing the StayCurrent Pediatric Surgery Journal club - run by residents across the country. In this episode, Vik Gupta and Joe L'Huillier talk about the role of ventricular dysfunction in congenital diaphragmatic hernia and how ERAS can improve outcomes for patients undergoing a Nuss repair for pectus.Host: Rodrigo Gerardo…
 
In medicine, there's a 4 letter word that we use every day from rounds to the OR: "Pimp". It's that constant barrage of clinical questions that we use to teach or even to learn. But where did this word come from? In this episode, our medical students take Rod and Todd through the history of pimping and some predictions on its future.Credit to our m…
 
We can all agree that there are too many scientific publications pushed out by journals every month. How is a clinical surgeon supposed to keep up with the constantly increasing volume of literature? Jose and his team in Chile have created a way to find impactful journal articles on pediatric surgery and narrow a monthly list down to a top 10. Rod …
 
One of the most common procedures that surgeons and gastroenterologists perform is a percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy tube (PEG tube). But have you ever wondered how this procedure and the PEG tube were invented? Check out our latest podcast with the co-creator of the PEG tube, Dr. Jeff Ponsky to hear a story about endoscopes, surgical innovatio…
 
In the second installment of the Colorectal quiz, Dr. Jason Frischer and Dr. Marc Levitt discuss a topic of debate - when is the right time to redo an anorectoplasty? Listen as they walk you through their thought process on 2 different cases before a deep dive into a recent JPS article on redo outcomes. Read the article here: https://pubmed.ncbi.nl…
 
Dr. Rod Gerardo and Dr. Todd Ponsky talk to Dr. Jason Fraser about the paradigm shift in gastroschisis management that is still in flux. Plus a deep dive into Dr. Fraser's recent publication: "Sutureless vs sutured abdominal wall closure for gastroschisis: Operative characteristics and early outcomes from the Midwest Pediatric Surgery Consortium"ht…
 
Dr. Rod Gerardo and Dr. Todd Ponsky speak with Dr. Shawn St. Peter as he explains how the management of empyema has evolved over time including a deep dive into Dr. St. Peter's recent publication "Declining frequency of thoracoscopic decortication for empyema — redefining failure after fibrinolysis". Download our app, StayCurrent: Pediatric Surgery…
 
Dr. Beth Rymeski, Dr. Rod Gerardo, and Dr. Todd Ponsky discuss the recent Midwest Pediatric Surgery Consortium publication on acute appendicitis and how it might change management in 2020 and on. "Association of Nonoperative Management Using Antibiotic Therapy vs Laparoscopic Appendectomy With Treatment Success and Disability Days in Children With …
 
In this podcast, Dr. Alex Bondoc and Dr. Rae Hanke discuss the intricacies of choledochal cysts. Contributing editor: Dr. Rod Gerardo. 00:00 | Introduction00:26 | Definition of Choledochal cyst00:36 | Epidemiology01:06 | Etiology02:00 | Todani Classification03:20 | Presentation05:08 | Differential diagnosis05:42 | Workup07:54 | Why only surgical tr…
 
This podcast is an interactive discussion about Neurogenic Bladder between Dr. Rae Hanke, Dr. Lynn Woo, and Dr. Al RayDr. Lynn Woo is an Associate Professor of Urology and Program Director at Case Western and Cleveland Medical Center. She is also a Pediatric Urologist at Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital. Dr. Al Ray is a urology PGY-4 at Case We…
 
Dr. Beth Rymeski (Fetal Surgeon) and Dr. Rae Hanke (Pediatric Surgical Education Fellow) from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital bring you highlights from the 2019 International Fetal Medicine and Surgical Society (IFMSS) meeting. Part III includes interviews focusing on clinical studies.Special guests include:•Stephen Fenton, MD, Director of Fetal Cen…
 
Dr. Beth Rymeski (Fetal Surgeon) and Dr. Rachel (Rae) Hanke (Pediatric Surgical Education Fellow) from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital bring you highlights from the 2019 International Fetal Medicine and Surgical Society (IFMSS) meeting. Part II includes interviews focusing on technical and educational innovation.Special guests include: •Stephen Emer…
 
Dr. Beth Rymeski (Fetal Surgeon) and Dr. Rachel (Rae) Hanke (Pediatric Surgical Education Fellow) from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital bring you highlights from the 2019 International Fetal Medicine and Surgical Society (IFMSS) meeting. Part I includes interviews focusing on translational research and clinical trials. Special guests include: •Ueli M…
 
This is a guest podcast and collaboration with the EAST Traumacast, which highlights the Sixth Annual Pediatric Trauma Society Meeting in November 2019.Dr. Ian Mitchell from Children's Hospital San Antonio, Dr. Alexander Gibbons from Akron Children's Hospital, and Dr. Alejandra Casar Berazaluce from Cincinnati Children's Hospital hosted several int…
 
Dr. Pramod Puligandla, Pediatric Surgeon and Intensivist at Montreal Children’s Hospital, joins the Stay Current in Pediatric Surgery team to discuss the essentials on burn resuscitation.Podcast edited and narrated by Rachel (Rae) Hanke, MD at Cincinnati Children's Hospital.Intro and outro tracks are adapted from "I dunno" by grapes, featuring J La…
 
Director of Interventional Radiology Innovation Dr. John Racadio and Pediatric Surgeon-in-Chief Dr. Daniel von Allmen of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital discuss their experiences in the Hybrid OR, how they built it, and how cross-specialty collaboration with pulmonary, urology, and orthopedic surgeons has greatly improved patient care. This episode …
 
This podcast is an interactive discussion about the management of coagulopathy, analgesia, sedation, and delirium in critically ill pediatric patients between Dr. Adam Vogel and Dr. Alexander Gibbons.00:00:00:00 Introduction00:01:22:01 Case Scenario: 12-year-old male in helmeted MVC vs. bicycle accident00:02:36:10 See Where You Are00:05:22:17 Initi…
 
Ponsky fellows Rae Hanke, Alex Casar and Alex Gibbons join forces to bring you highlights from IPEG 2019. Interviews with Drs Jordan Taylor, Daniel von Allmen, Bethany Slater, Philipp Szavay, Aayed Alqahtani, Steven Rothenberg and Whit Holcomb cover a breadth of topics, including using virtual reality to reduce sedation, repairing esophageal atresi…
 
Drs Daniel von Allmen, Todd Ponsky and Rae Hanke come together to provide you the essentials on the diagnosis and management of Neuroblastoma.Time Stops:00:00 | Introduction00:23 | Epidemiology00:37 | Presentation01:01 | Work Up02:36 | Pre-biopsy staging03:53 | Management05:09 | Post-biopsy risk stratification09:00 | Clinical PearlsIntro and outro …
 
This episode is a panel discussion by members of the Benjy Brooks (Women of APSA) Committee during the APSA 50th Anniversary Meeting in celebration of Women in Medicine Month. It is part of our collaboration with the Behind the Knife podcast.Join Dr. Kathryn Anderson, Dr. Diana Farmer, and Dr. Marion Henry as they share their stories of flat heads …
 
This episode reviews the Top Educational Content sessions from the APSA 50th Anniversary meeting. It is part of our collaboration with the Behind the Knife podcast.-Dr. Aaron Jensen discusses Cervical Spine Clearance in Pediatric Trauma.-Dr. Shawn Rangel covers Antibiotic Stewardship in Pediatric Surgery.-Dr. Samir Gadepalli addresses Sepsis as a S…
 
Drs Erika Newman, Dan von Allmen and Tony Sandler join Dr. Todd Ponsky in a discussion covering the latest in neuroblastoma.Time Stops00:00:31 Introductions00:01:39 Case 1: Prenatal 26 week consult00:01:55 Differential Diagnosis00:02:29 Family counseling00:04:05 Postnatal evaluation00:04:33 Axial imaging00:06:53 MIBG scan00:07:05 Metastasis in neon…
 
Topics in 10: Drs Andrew Davidoff, Todd Ponsky and Rae Hanke come together to provide you the essentials on the diagnosis and management of Wilms Tumor.Contributing editor: Rachel (Rae) Hanke, MD00:00:00:00 Introduction 00:00:15:24 What is Wilms tumor? 00:01:16:27 How does it present? 00:01:41:05 What do you do to work up suspected renal mass?00:02…
 
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