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Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast

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Behind the Knife is the world’s #1 surgery podcast. From high-yield educational topics to interviews with leaders in the field, Behind the Knife delivers the information you need to know. Tune in for timely, relevant, and engaging content designed to help you DOMINATE THE DAY! Behind the Knife is more than a podcast. Visit http://www.behindtheknife.org to learn more.
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How is each release of the TAR contributing to the final tension on the anterior and posterior fascia? Join Drs. Michael Rosen, Benjamin T. Miller, Sara Maskal, and Ryan C. Ellis as they discuss their group’s recent cohort study of tensiometry in 100 TARs. Hosts: - Michael Rosen, Cleveland Clinic - Benjamin T. Miller, Cleveland Clinic - Sara Maskal…
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Welcome to Humanism in Surgery, a new series where we take a deep dive into the extremes of humanity within the field of surgery. As surgeons, there are times when we feel deeply human and times when we feel we have lost our humanity. These experiences impact us immensely and shape our careers in important ways. It's time these stories are told! Fo…
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A patient with a large TBSA burn injury presents to a local emergency department and you are the only surgeon on duty that evening. With snow covered roads and poor visibility, the patient requires initial stabilization prior to transfer to the regional burn center. You are faced with some difficult clinical decisions as you begin their resuscitati…
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Your patient was in a terrible car crash and is currently intubated with multiple traumatic injuries that will need surgery. Family has just arrived and all they’ve heard is that he has a broken leg. How do you share this serious news with family? What do you do when they become angry, cry or bombard you with questions that you don’t have answers t…
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Circulating tumor DNA, more commonly referred to as ctDNA, has emerged as an attractive and potentially highly sensitive biomarker for patients with colorectal cancer. But what exactly is ctDNA, does it have any prognostic value for patients with colorectal liver metastasis, and how can it be incorporated into the management of said patients? In th…
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Taking a lactating patient the OR? Prescribing antibiotics? What about a CT scan with IV contrast? Pump and dump, right? WRONG. It's time to get educated! Today, we review the finer points of caring for our lactating patients. In this episode Dr. Patrick Georgoff is joined by Dr. Austin Eckhoff, general surgery resident at Duke University, Dr. Anni…
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The American Board of Surgery In-Training Examination will officially be switching from reporting percentile scores by year level to percent of questions correct. What does this change mean for residents? Podcast hosts Dr. Ananya Anand, Dr. Joe L’Huillier, and Dr. Rebecca Moreci are joined by three fellow CoSEF members for this discussion: Dr. Gus …
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The ABSITE score report is changing… what does it mean? CEO of the American Board of Surgery Dr. Jo Buyske discusses ABSITE and MUCH more. Hosts: Dr. Scott Steele, Dr. Nina Clark, Dr. Jessica Millar Guest: Dr. Jo Buyske, President/CEO of the American Board of Surgery Resources: Announcement - ABSITE Percentiles: https://www.absurgery.org/wp-content…
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In this episode our team dives into the diagnosis, workup and management of malignant pleural mesothelioma. Listen as we debate the pros and cons of surgical management of this disease with extrapleural pneumonectomy versus pleural decortication and discuss the nuances of choosing the right approach for the right patient. Learning Objectives - Desc…
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Can appendicitis wait until the morning? Join Drs. Ashlie Nadler, Jordan Nantais, Graham Skelhorne-Gross, and Marika Sevigny from our Emergency General Surgery Team as they discuss the role of deferring appendectomies from overnight to the next morning. Paper 1: Patel SV, Zhang L, Mir ZM, Lemke M, Leeper WR, Allen LJ, Walser E, Vogt K. Delayed Vers…
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Before 1952, open heart surgery was considered science fiction. The heart was off limits to surgeons despite more than half a million Americans dying annually from heart disease. Doing nothing was the strategy. However, the status quo would soon change thanks to a few brave and imaginative surgeons who dared to break the most rigid of medical taboo…
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Join Drs. Galandiuk, Bolshinsky, Kavalukas, and Simon as they discuss Management of Advanced and Malignant Polyps. Come with us as we navigate through sessile serrated lesions, pathology reports, and rectal polyp nuances. Hosts: - Susan Galandiuk, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, @DCREdInChief - Vladimir Bolshinsky, Peninsula Health,…
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Join for the third episodes in the Association of Out Surgeons & Allies (AOSA) series for a discussion on LGBTQIA+ healthcare providers and their patients. Host: Nina Clark, MD Guests: - Andrew Schlussel, DO, Colorectal and General Surgeon, Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center - Dr. James Taylor, Assistant Professor of Colorectal Surgery at Montefiore…
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Listen to another episode by the Hernia Team from Carolinas Medical Center as they discuss their approach to open preperitoneal ventral hernia repair. Although uncommonly performed, a preperitoneal approach offers several advantages including the ability to achieve large mesh overlap without the need for myofascial release. The team discusses their…
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Eat when you can, sleep when you can, and don’t F with the pancreas! What happens when that third rule goes wrong, and why do people say pancreas injuries are like eating crawfish? Whether you love the pancreas or just the mention of the P-word strikes fear in your heart, or if you just want the answer to the aforementioned questions, join Drs. Cob…
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Join us for another episode of our Global Surgery series, where we have a special focus on trauma care in resource-limited settings. Traumatic injury remains one of the largest burdens of disease and causes of mortality internationally. The WHO estimates that 4.4 million lives are lost to traumatic injuries per year, accounting for approximately 8%…
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Join us for a new edition of our global surgery series! On this episode, Dr. Jon Williams is joined by Dr. Sudha Jayaraman and Dr. Justina Seyi-Olajide to discuss how we define global surgery today and how health infrastructure interacts with global surgical care. Dr. Jayaraman is a trauma and acute care surgeon at University of Utah, and the direc…
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