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History Of Pediatric Surgery
An interactive discussion between Todd Ponsky, MD and Don Nakayama, MD about the history of pediatric surgery, specifically the evolution of the management of pyloric stenosis, Hirschprung disease and esophageal atresia.
Dr. Nakayama is an adjunct professor of the department of surgery at the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine at Florida International University and pediatric surgeon at Sacred Heart Medical Group.
Table of Contents
00:01:54 Origin of Pediatric Surgery
00:05:47 Historical events in medicine involving pediatric patients
00:07:21 How Dr. Nakayama became interested in the history of pediatric surgery
00:08:59 History of pyloric stenosis
00:11:38 First pyloric stenosis operations
00:14:46 Start of perioperative care of pyloric stenosis patients
00:18:04 History of Hirschsprung disease
00:23:08 The contributions of Dr. Swenson
00:25:16 Feud between Dr. Swenson and Dr. Gross
00:28:16 History of the Soave procedure
00:30:33 Story of the first PDA ligation
00:36:41 Feud between Dr. Gross and Dr. Ladd
00:37:21 History of esophageal atresia
00:44:29 First successful esophageal atresia repair
00:46:36 Management of the first esophageal leak
00:50:36 Closing remarks
Intro track is adapted from "I dunno" by grapes, featuring J Lang, Morusque.
Artist URL: ccmixter.org/files/grapes/16626