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21 minutes | 16 hours ago
JVS Journal Club Scale-up with Drs. Paul Dimuzio and Misty Humphries
The Journal of Vascular Surgery has been piloting online journal clubs and would like to open them up to a broader audience. Two JVS Editors join us to discuss this innovative approach to critically reviewing impactful research in vascular surgery and how to get involved. Paul DiMuzio, MD (@pdimuziomd)- Assistant editor of the Journal of Vascular Surgery and the Director of the Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at Jefferson Health in Philadelphia, PA. Misty Humphries, MD (@mhumphriesmd) - on the editorial board of the Journal of Vascular Surgery and Associate Professor of Surgery at UC Davis in Sacramento, CA. *Click here to sign up to host a monthly journal club in 2021* *Click here to register for the December virtual journal club (Wed 12/16/2020 9pm Eastern on Zoom)* If you enjoy our content, please contribute to Support Audible Bleeding! Help us improve through our Listener Survey! Follow us on Twitter: @AudibleBleeding
35 minutes | 5 days ago
JVS Editor's Choice - December 2020
In this month’s episode of our JVS - Arterial Editor’s Choice series, Jacob and our newest team member, Aakanksha Gupta, discuss December’s selected articles with Senior Editor, Dr. Peter Lawrence. Dr. Lawrence YouTube Video Articles Discussed: Surgical management of pediatric renin-mediated hypertension secondary to renal artery occlusive disease and abdominal aortic coarctation (CME) Extended screening guidelines for the diagnosis of abdominal aortic aneurysm (Editor’s Choice) Natural history of acute pediatric iliofemoral artery thrombosis treated with anticoagulation Midterm results of percutaneous arteriovenous fistula creation with the Ellipsys Vascular Access System, technical recommendations, and an algorithm for maintenance If you enjoy our content, please contribute to Support Audible Bleeding! Help us improve through our ALL NEW Listener Survey! Follow us on Twitter: @AudibleBleeding
40 minutes | 14 days ago
Audible Bleeding Joins the SVS Family of Publications!
November 18th, 2020 Audible Bleeding Joins the SVS Family of Publications! The Audible Bleeding team is proud to announce that we are joining the Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) family and will be a formal publication of the vascular society. Three leaders in the SVS join us to discuss the goals and process for this transition. Ken Slaw, PhD (@almostyoda) is a first time guest on the podcast and the executive director of the SVS. Ron Dalman, MD (@stanfordvasc) is a returning guest, president of the SVS and chief of vascular surgery at Stanford health care. Amy Reed, MD is a returning guest, chair of the communications committee, and chief of vascular surgery at the University of Minnesota. We want to learn more about how the vascular surgery community uses podcasts and how we can improve - Click here to fill out our Listener Survey 2.0 Let us know if you want to give more detailed feedback and be more involved by leaving your email at the end of the survey. If you enjoy our content, please contribute to Support Audible Bleeding. Follow us on Twitter: @AudibleBleeding
34 minutes | 15 days ago
JVS Editor's Choice - November 2020
In this month’s episode of our JVS - Arterial Editor’s Choice series, Jacob, Tomaz and Soni discuss November’s selected articles with Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Peter Gloviczki. Dr. Gloviczki YouTube Video Articles Discussed: Adverse cardiac events after vascular surgery are prevalent despite negative results of preoperative stress testing (Editor’s Choice and CME) Lumbar drain complications in patients undergoing fenestrated or branched endovascular aortic aneurysm repair: Development of an institutional protocol for lumbar drain management Stroke rate after endovascular aortic interventions in the Society for Vascular Surgery Vascular Quality Initiative External validation of the Vascular Quality Initiative prediction model for survival in no-option chronic limb-threatening ischemia patients If you enjoy our content, please contribute to Support Audible Bleeding! Help us improve through our Listener Survey! Follow us on Twitter: @AudibleBleeding
41 minutes | 16 days ago
Debate: Who Should Manage Vascular Trauma?
November 16th, 2020 Debate: Who Should Manage Vascular Trauma? Today’s debate is inspired by the recent opinion piece published in the Annals of Surgery, Beyond the Crossroads: Who Will be the Caretakers of Vascular Injury Management? : Annals of Surgery This episode is a collaboration between Audible Bleeding, Behind The Knife, and Trauma ICU Rounds. Subscribe to all 3 on any podcasting platform! Vascular Surgery Dr. Benjamin Starnes is a Professor of Vascular Surgery, Chief of the Division of Vascular Surgery and Vice Chair of the Department of Surgery for UW Medicine. Additionally he is a former military surgeon with combat experience. Dr. Westley Ohman is an Assistant Professor of Vascular Surgery at Barnes-Jewish Hospital which is a level 1 trauma center where he is routinely involved in the care of complex vascular trauma. Trauma Surgery Dr. Tanya Zakrison is an Associate Professor of Surgery and a Trauma and Acute Care Surgeon at the University of Chicago medical center, which is a level 1 trauma center. Dr. Matthew Martin is a Professor of Surgery at Scripps Medical Center in San Diego, a former Army Surgeon who is recognized as a leader in trauma care, and has served on 5 combat deployments. Moderators Dr. Dennis Kim is an Associate Professor of Surgery and an Acute Care and Trauma Surgeon at UCLA School of Medicine and is the host of the podcast Trauma ICU rounds Dr. Kevin Kniery is a Vascular Surgeon at Brooke Army Medical Center. If you enjoy our content, please contribute to Support Audible Bleeding. Help us improve through our Listener Survey. Follow us on Twitter: @AudibleBleeding
26 minutes | 22 days ago
JVS - VL Editor's Choice - November 2020
In our next installment of the bi-monthly JVS-Venous/Lymphatic series, Jacob discusses the November 2020 editor’s choice articles with Senior Editor, Dr. Peter Lawrence. Dr. Lawrence YouTube Video Articles Discussed: Five-year extension study of patients from a randomized clinical trial (VeClose) comparing cyanoacrylate closure versus radiofrequency ablation for the treatment of incompetent great saphenous veins (Editor’s Choice and CME) Link to original VeClose trial The clinical relevance of anterior accessory great saphenous vein reflux The biomechanical impact of hip movement on iliofemoral venous anatomy and stenting for deep venous thrombosis Interim results of bleomycin-polidocanol foam sclerotherapy as a highly efficient technique for venous malformations If you enjoy our content, please contribute to Support Audible Bleeding! Help us improve through our Listener Survey! Follow us on Twitter: @AudibleBleeding
30 minutes | 23 days ago
Vascular Decision Making: Medical, Endovascular and Surgical 1st Edition with Drs. Cronenwett, Farber, and Mitchell
November 9th, 2020 Vascular Decision Making: Medical, Endovascular and Surgical We are excited to interview the editors of the newly released textbook, Vascular Decision Making: Medical, Endovascular and Surgical. They discuss the process of editing a textbook and what makes this resource unique. They also describe the novel app that they have developed to go along with the textbook. Jack Cronenwett is Emeritus Professor of Surgery at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. He has served as President of the Society for Vascular Surgery and Editor of the Journal of Vascular Surgery. In 2001 he developed and then served as Medical Director of the SVS Vascular Quality Initiative, which now includes over 700 hospitals that share clinical data to improve vascular healthcare. In 2016 he received the Society for Vascular Surgery Lifetime Achievement Award. Alik Farber is Chief of the Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at Boston Medical Center and Professor of Surgery and Radiology at Boston University School of Medicine. Dr. Farber obtained his medical degree from Harvard Medical School. He completed a residency in general surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital, a vascular surgery fellowship at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and an endovascular surgery fellowship at the Southern Illinois School of Medicine. Dr. Farber is currently a National Co-Chair of the Best Endovascular versus Best Surgical Therapy in Patients with Critical Limb Ischemia (BEST-CLI) trial. Erica Mitchell is a board certified Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon with additional fellowship training in Interventional Radiology. She received her medical degree from the University of Colorado and completed general surgery residency and interventional radiology training at the University of Colorado Health Science Center. She completed her vascular surgery fellowship at Oregon Health & Science University where she served as Professor of Surgery, Program Director for Vascular Surgery, and Vice- Chair for Quality for the Department of Surgery until 2018. Dr. Mitchell practices vascular and endovascular surgery while currently enrolled in a Master of Health care and Delivery program at Dartmouth College. She enthusiastically supports surgical resident wellness and is the Founder of the virtual platform The Doc Pod, that provides a forum for confidential peer support. As of the new year, she will be transitioning to Memphis, Tennessee, where she will be Professor Surgery, University of Tennessee, and Medical Director for Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at Regional One Hospital in Memphis Link to sample application chapter on endoleak management: https://zingtree.com/host-gallery.php?gallery_id=180&persist_names=Restart&persist_node_ids=45 Link to Sample chapters via Amazon.com (click the “look inside” button) https://www.amazon.com/Vascular-Decision-Making-Jack-Cronenewett/dp/1975115813 If you enjoy our content, please contribute to Support Audible Bleeding. Help us improve through our Listener Survey. Follow us on Twitter: @AudibleBleeding
21 minutes | a month ago
JVS Editor's Choice - October 2020
In this latest installment of our JVS collaboration, Jacob and Soni discuss the October Editor’s Choice articles with Senior Editor, Dr. Peter Lawrence. Dr. Lawrence YouTube Video Articles Discussed: Retrograde open mesenteric stenting should be considered as the initial approach to acute mesenteric ischemia Safety and feasibility of transradial infrainguinal peripheral arterial disease interventions Arterial reconstruction with human bioengineered acellular blood vessels in patients with peripheral arterial disease If you enjoy our content, please contribute to Support Audible Bleeding! Help us improve through our Listener Survey! Follow us on Twitter: @AudibleBleeding
29 minutes | a month ago
Why a Career in Vascular Surgery with Dr. Bernadette Aulivola
October 28, 2020 Why a Career in Vascular Surgery with Dr. Bernadette Aulivola In partnership with Behind the Knife and the Association of Program Directors in Vascular Surgery Episode Notes Today, we have the first in a two-part series of episodes that we are developing in conjunction with the Association of Program Directors in Vascular Surgery and the Behind the Knife podcast on the reasons why one should pursue a career in Vascular Surgery Dr. Bernadette Aulivola is a Professor of Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Surgery and the Division Director of Vascular Surgery at Loyola University Medical Center Vascular Surgeon: Bernadette Aulivola, MD, FACS Check out Behind the Knife here: Behind the Knife: Home or on any podcast platform. Find a Vascular mentor here: Mentor Match Program If you enjoy our content, please contribute to Support Audible Bleeding! Tell us about yourself through our Listener Survey!
37 minutes | a month ago
VSITE Review - Acute Limb Ischemia
Alex Forsyth and Dr. Sarah Carlson Discuss Acute Limb Ischemia. Alex Forsyth is a 4th year medical student at Boston University She’s a cofounder of the Vascular surgery student interest group and is exciting to be applying to Integrated Vascular surgery programs this season Dr. Sarah Carlson is an assistant Professor of Vascular Surgery at Boston University where she practices at the Boston VA Medical Center. She completed her general surgery training at Beth Israel Deaconess in Boston followed by a fellowship in Vascular Surgery at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical center in new Hampshire.
25 minutes | 2 months ago
JVS-VL Editor's Choice - September 2020
In our next installment of the bi-monthly JVS-Venous/Lymphatic series, Tomaz and Soni discuss the September 2020 editor’s choice articles with Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Peter Gloviczki. Dr. Gloviczki YouTube Video Articles Discussed: Acute superior mesenteric venous thrombosis results in high rates of readmission and morbidity A prospective safety and effectiveness study using endovenous laser ablation with a 400-μm optical fiber for the treatment of pathologic perforator veins in patients with advanced venous disease (SeCure trial) Volume control of the lower limb with graduated compression during different muscle pump activation conditions and the relation to limb circumference variation Role of an age-adjusted D-dimer cutoff level in the diagnosis algorithm of lower limb deep venous thrombosis in outpatients If you enjoy our content, please contribute to Support Audible Bleeding! Help us improve through our Listener Survey! Follow us on Twitter: @AudibleBleeding
20 minutes | 2 months ago
JVS Editor's Choice - September 2020
In this latest installment of our JVS collaboration, Soni and Tomaz discuss the September Editor’s Choice articles with Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Vascular surgery, Dr. Peter Gloviczki. Dr. Gloviczki YouTube Video Articles Discussed: The impact of age on in-hospital outcomes after transcarotid artery revascularization, transfemoral carotid artery stenting, and carotid endarterectomy Rapid increase in hybrid surgery for the treatment of peripheral artery disease in the Vascular Quality Initiative database Results of fenestrated and branched endovascular aortic aneurysm repair after failed infrarenal endovascular aortic aneurysm repair Off-the-shelf multibranched endograft for total endovascular repair of the aortic arch If you enjoy our content, please contribute to Support Audible Bleeding! Help us improve through our Listener Survey! Follow us on Twitter: @AudibleBleeding
43 minutes | 2 months ago
Brigitte Smith, MD, MHPE - Education in Quality and Safety
Dr. Brigitte Smith (@Brig13Smith1)is an assistant professor of surgery in the Division of Vascular Surgery at the University of Utah, School of Medicine in Salt Lake City, Utah. She is also the program director for the vascular surgery fellowship and Vice-Chair of Education for the department of surgery. She received her MD and completed an integrated vascular surgery residency at the University of Wisconsin. Join us for our conversation on how we can innovate in the areas of quality and safety education for our vascular surgery trainees. She has already many achievements in surgical education with a grant for her research from the NBME Stemmler Medical Education Research Fund, named associate editor for surgical education with the Annals of Surgery Open team, winner of the Association for Surgical Education Linnea Hauge Outstanding Educational Scholar award, and recently selected to lead the American College of Surgeons (ACS) NSQIP Quality in Training Initiative (QITI). Additional Reading Six Steps to Engage Residents in Quality Improvement Education Crossing the quality chasm SQUIRE 2.0 website Relevant Publications Purnell SM, Wolf L, Millar MM, Smith BK. A National Survey of Integrated Vascular Surgery Residents' Experiences With and Attitudes About Quality Improvement During Residency. J Surg Educ. 2020;77(1):158-165. Smith BK, Davies MG, Harris IB. The Current State of the 0+5 Integrated Vascular Surgery Residency Training Paradigm: A Scoping Review of the Literature. J Surg Educ. 2019;76(4):990-1004. Smith BK, Greenberg JA, Mitchell EL. The evolving integrated vascular surgery residency curriculum. Ann Vasc Surg. 2014;28(7):1761-1768. Huffman EM, Anderson TN, Choi JN, Smith BK. Why the Lab? What is Really Motivating General Surgery Residents to Take Time for Dedicated Research [published online ahead of print, 2020 Aug 4]. J Surg Educ. 2020;S1931-7204(20)30268-3
55 minutes | 2 months ago
Dr. Hazim Safi - Iraq, Training in the Wild West, Thoracoabdominal Aneurysms, and Everything Else
Dr. Hazim J. Safi earned his medical degree at the University of Baghdad and completed his general surgery internship at Medical City Teaching Hospital in Baghdad and St. James Hospital in London, England. He completed his general surgery followed by his cardiothoracic residency at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, studying under Dr. Michael DeBakey and Dr. Stanley Crawford. Dr. Safi is a professor and the founding chairman of the department of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery at McGovern Medical School at UTHealth in Houston and chief of cardiothoracic and vascular surgery at Memorial Hermann Heart & Vascular Institute. Throughout his almost 50 year career, he has co-authored 30 book chapters and 200 scientific articles, and he is credited with the innovation and development of internationally recognized surgical techniques that have dramatically improved patient outcomes in aortic surgery. Dr. Bruce Tjaden Jr earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Boston University and attended medical school at the University of Kansas. He then completed his surgery residency at the Department of Surgery at the University of Kansas Hospital, and a vascular surgery fellowship at the University of Texas – Houston Health Science Center / Memorial Hermann Hospital under Dr. Hazim Safi and Dr. Ali Azizzadeh. Dr. Tjaden then joined Dr. Safi’s Department of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery and practiced as an academic vascular surgeon at Memorial Hermann as well as surrounding Houston hospitals. He is now an Assistant Professor of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, New Jersey and he has a particular interest in the management of aortic dissection and thoracic endovascular aortic repair. A Time for All Things: The Life of Michael E. Debakey https://www.amazon.com/Time-All-Things-Michael-DeBakey/dp/0190073942 If you enjoy our content, please contribute to Support Audible Bleeding. Help us improve through our Listener Survey. Follow us on Twitter: @AudibleBleeding
35 minutes | 3 months ago
VSITE Review - Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease (Part One)
Dr. Nedal Katib from the Prince of Wales University Hospital and St. Vincent's Hospital in Sydney, Australia, and Dr. Danielle Bajakian from the Columbia University Medical Center in New York, NY discuss intermittent claudication and medical management of peripheral artery occlusive disease. Script by: Dr. Nedal Katib
31 minutes | 3 months ago
JVS Editor's Choice - August 2020
In our next installment of the JVS Editor’s choice series, Soni and Adam discuss the JVS August Editor’s Choice articles with Senior Editor, Dr. Peter Lawrence. Articles Discussed: Risk Factors and Safe Contrast Volume Thresholds for Post-contrast Acute Kidney Injury after Peripheral Vascular Interventions https://bit.ly/2y3pcRi Learning curve of fenestrated and branched endovascular aortic repair for pararenal and thoracoabdominal aneurysms https://bit.ly/2zAu152 CME, PR, Editor's Choice. Endovascular Repair of Ruptured Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm is Superior to Open Repair: Propensity Matched Analysis in the Vascular Quality Initiative https://bit.ly/2zDtEa1 If you enjoy our content, please contribute to Support Audible Bleeding! Please provide us with feedback through our Listener Survey!
44 minutes | 4 months ago
Dr. Ross Naylor - Career and Carotid Insights
Dr. Ross Naylor (MBChB MD FRCS) is Professor of Vascular Surgery at the Leicester Vascular Institute, Leicester UK. He is a past President of the Vascular Society of Great Britain and Ireland and a past Editor in Chief of the European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery. He has authored 600 publications and book chapters, co-edited three textbooks of Vascular Surgery and his work has been cited over 17,000 times. He has just recently retired from clinical practice and we were lucky enough to interview him about his career and insights in carotid surgery. If you enjoy our content, please contribute to Support Audible Bleeding! Tell us about yourself through our Listener Survey!
68 minutes | 4 months ago
Representation Matters: Recruitment and Retention of URM to Vascular Surgery
July 26th, 2020 Representation Matters: Recruitment and Retention of URM to Vascular Surgery In this second episode from our series on race and representation in medicine, we focus on the challenges of recruitment and retention of racial and ethnic minority groups that are underrepresented in medicine (URM) to vascular surgery. We are very pleased to have with us a number of guests at different levels of training to discuss their experiences and insights. Dr. Chelsea Dorsey is faculty in the Section of Vascular Surgery at the University of Chicago and serves as the Director of the UChicago Vein Clinic and Ambulatory Medical Director for Cardiac, Vascular, and Thoracic Surgery. She is a graduate of the Pritzker School of Medicine, where she developed an interest in health care inequalities. In addition, she volunteered her time helping pipeline programs and outreach activities in the community geared toward increasing the number of underrepresented minorities in the medical field. After completing her Vascular Surgery training at Stanford University as the first woman and first African American accepted into the training program, she returned as faculty at the University of Chicago Medicine. She serves as Director of Preclinical Advising in the medical school. She has served on the BSD Faculty Diversity Committee since 2017 and was recently appointed Chair of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Steering Committee in the Department of Surgery. Dr. Elsie Ross is a vascular surgeon and research scientist in the Division of Vascular Surgery at Stanford University. She graduated from Stanford University School of Medicine in 2011 and completed her vascular surgery integrated residency at Stanford University School of Medicine in 2018. During her residency, she completed a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in biomedical informatics. Her current research focuses on using machine learning and electronic health records for early disease identification, precision medicine, and evaluating opportunities to engage in patient education beyond the clinic. She is a Fulbright Scholar and a Soros Fellow, and is a recipient of the Young Investigators Award from the Association for Academic Surgery, as well as the Junior Faculty Award from the Society of University Surgeons. Dr. Joel L. Ramirez, MD, is the inaugural UCSF Integrated Vascular Surgery resident. He completed his undergraduate education at the University of California, Irvine, and received his medical degree from the UCSF School of Medicine, graduating with Distinction in Clinical and Translation Research, and as a member of Alpha Omega Alpha. Dr. Ramirez conducted an NIH-funded pre-doctoral research fellowship between his third and fourth years of medical school with the UCSF Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery. In 2018, he was awarded first place for the Western Vascular Society Robert Hye Memorial Best Resident Presentation Award, for his research reporting on long term outcomes of endovascular aortic aneurysm repair. Dr. Ramirez has been the recipient of numerous other research fellowships, awards, and honors, including the American Medical Association Foundation Physicians of Tomorrow Award, the Society for Vascular Surgery Foundation Student Research Fellowship for two consecutive years, the American Heart Association Student Scholarship in Cardiovascular Disease, and the Association for Academic Surgery Senior Medical Student Award, among many others. Dr. Ronald Dalman is the Walter C. and Elsa R. Chidester Professor and Chief of Vascular Surgery at Stanford University. He is also the current President of the Society for Vascular Surgery. Dr. Dalman earned his medical degree at the University of Michigan and completed surgical training at the University of Washington (Seattle) and his vascular fellowship at the Oregon Health and Sciences University. Dr. Dalman joined Stanford directly out of training and has led the vascular program since 2005. He is a member of the Vascular Surgery Board, American Board of Surgery, and a past member of the Residency Review Committee for Surgery, ACGME. At Stanford Health Care he serves as Co-Director and Chief Quality Officer for the Cardiovascular Service Line. At the School of Medicine, Dr. Dalman is a Steering Committee and founding member of the Cardiovascular Institute (CVI). Dr. Dalman's research laboratory studies the pathophysiology of abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) disease, and is actively engaged in identifying and validating new treatment measures for AAA. Additional Resources: Dr. Dorsey’s presentation from the VESS paper session at the SVSOnline- Update on Workforce Diversity in Vascular Surgery: What has changed in 20 years? https://cdmcd.co/RqbR89 Perceptual and Structural Facilitators and Barriers to Becoming a Surgeon: A Qualitative Study of African-American and Latino Surgeons Ulloa et al. Acad Med. 2018 September ; 93(9): 1326–1334. doi:10.1097/ACM.0000000000002282 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29742613/ Structural Solutions for the Rarest of the Rare: Underrepresented-Minority Faculty in Medical Subspecialties Kemi M. Doll, M.D., and Charles R. Thomas, Jr., M.D. N Engl J Med 2020; 383:283-285 DOI: 10.1056/NEJMms2003544 If you enjoy our content, please contribute to Support Audible Bleeding. Help us improve through our Listener Survey. Follow us on Twitter: @AudibleBleeding
29 minutes | 4 months ago
JVS-VL Editor's Choice - July 2020
In our next installment of the JVS-Venous/Lymphatic series, Jacob discusses the July 2020 editor’s choice articles with Senior Editor, Dr. Peter Lawrence. Dr. Lawrence YouTube Video Articles Discussed: Radiofrequency and laser vein ablation for patients receiving warfarin anticoagulation is safe, effective, and durable (CME) The 2020 appropriate use criteria for chronic lower extremity venous disease of the American Venous Forum, the Society for Vascular Surgery, the American Vein and Lymphatic Society, and the Society of Interventional Radiology Treatment of superficial and perforator reflux and deep venous stenosis improves healing of chronic venous leg ulcers In-hospital outcomes of catheter-directed thrombolysis versus anticoagulation in cancer patients with proximal deep venous thrombosis If you enjoy our content, please contribute to Support Audible Bleeding! Please provide us with feedback through our Listener Survey!
30 minutes | 4 months ago
JVS Editor's Choice - July 2020
In our next installment of the JVS Editor’s choice series, Jacob discusses the JVS July Editor’s Choice articles with Senior Editor, Dr. Peter Lawrence. Dr. Lawrence YouTube Video Articles Discussed: The Society for Vascular Surgery clinical practice guidelines on the management of visceral aneurysms Five-year survival following endovascular repair of ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms is improving (CME) Midterm outcomes of brachial arterio-arterial prosthetic loop as permanent hemodialysis access Implications of early failure of isolated endovascular tibial interventions If you enjoy our content, please contribute to Support Audible Bleeding! Please provide us with feedback through our Listener Survey!
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