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How do you know which vascular access device is right for your patients? Or when to consult with other healthcare professionals on the team? These are just some of the questions vascular access teams face daily when caring for their patients, and they’re not easy ones to answer. To help these teams optimize their approach in critical care settings, Vascular Viewpoints reviews the latest guidelines, patient-centered care decisions, interdisciplinary communication strategies, and more. Content ...
 
The Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology (JVIR) delivers ongoing podcast discussions on topics in IR, such as interviews with authors of recent articles in the Journal and highlights of the Society of Interventional Radiology annual meeting. Each issues of JVIR covers critical and cutting-edge medical minimally invasive, clinical, basic research, radiological, pathological, and socioeconomic issues of importance to the field, and our free podcast series provides readers with addi ...
 
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This month guest host, Ramesh Tripathi, (University of Queensland, Au) meets with Dr Lt Dawn Coleman (University of Michigan, US) a clinical associate professor in vascular surgery, to discuss her experience as a general military surgeon in the US reserve army.Hear them discuss issues around wellness and burnout and in the US military and civilian …
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Guest: Kelly Cawcutt, MD Adapting to the drastic changes COVID-19 has forced clinicians to make is one of the many obstacles faced during this pandemic. Joining Dr. Matt Birnholz to talk about how vascular access teams are changing their protocols and roles in response to COVID-19 is Dr. Kelly Cawcutt, an infectious disease …
 
Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Fulvio Pinelli, M.D., M.Sc. For patients who’ve undergone an emergency cardiac procedure, the transition from emergency room to doctor’s office may be challenging. What can we do to bridge those vascular access gaps beyond the emergency setting? Dr. Jennifer Caudle is joined by Dr. Fulvio Pinelli, the director of th…
 
Why is the Asian population so different and difficult to treat for BTK complications compared to their European counterparts?This month’s vascularPODCAST episode features guest host, Associate Professor Andrew Choong and panellists Associate Profs Tjung Tang and Edward Choke (Sengkang General Hospital, Singapore) to discuss chronic limb-threatenin…
 
Host: Paul Doghramji, MD Guest: Nadine Nakazawa, RN, BS How does the patient-centric experience model for vascular access care differ from what we're used to doing, and what does it actually look like in practice? Joining Dr. Paul Doghramji to share what we need to know about the development and goals of patient-centered vascular access care is Ms.…
 
Should an aneurysm always be treated?Steven Black, MD, hosts this month’s episode and is joined by guests Prof Ian Loftus, Prof Bijan Modarai and Dr Jude Partridge to answer this question. Together they discuss the appropriateness of aortic aneurysm intervention, for the treatment of aortic disease.They consider the impact of the NICE guidelines an…
 
Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Kelly Cawcutt, MD How has the COVID-19 pandemic changed vascular access paradigms in the intensive care unit? Joining Dr. Jennifer Caudle to share her story and lessons learned from the pandemic is Dr. Kelly Cawcutt, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine and the Associate Medical Director of …
 
Host: Hector O. Chapa, MD Guest: Andrew Little, DO When vascular access is compromised, intraosseous access, or IO access, can help prevent fatal consequences. What do we need to know about implementing and managing this type of device? Dr. Hector Chapa is joined by Dr. Andy Little, the Associate Program Director for AdventHealth Orlando Emergency …
 
In this month’s episode, host Kush Desai joins an expert panel of venous specialists that includes Stephen Black, Steve Elias, Tony Gasparis, Nicos Labropoulos and Gerry O’Sullivan, discussing how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted the practice of venous medicine. They discuss their experiences and the dichotomy of treatment restrictions across …
 
In this month’s episode, host Ramesh Tripathi meets with four key female figures in vascular medicine, Julie Freischlag (Wake Forest Baptist Health, NC, US), Erica L Mitchell (Uni of Tennessee, US), Bernadette Aulivola (Loyola University, IL, US) and Shipra Arya (Uni of Stanford, CA, US) to discuss what it means to be a woman in vascular surgery to…
 
In this month’s vascularPODCAST episode, host Kush Desai, MD, joins guests Ronald Winokur, Neil Khilnani, Kathleen Gibson, and Mark Meissner to discuss the topic of female pelvic venous disease. Together they examine the latest literature, and the impact new scientific data has on treatment options. They also address the significant knowledge gap t…
 
Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Rachel Liu, BAO, MBBCh, FACEP, FAIUM Diagnostic tools like chest x-rays and ultrasounds have been instrumental in detecting and preventing pneumothorax, but is one approach better than another? Dr. Rachel Liu is here to answer that question and more.
 
Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Paolo Balsorano, MD Guest: Gregory J. Schears, MD While peripherally inserted central catheters (PICCs) and centrally inserted central catheters (CICCs) are commonly used to administer intravenous therapy, they can cause serious complications, such as deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and central line-associated bloodstrea…
 
“Diabetic Foot” is referred to a condition that involves alterations in the structure, function and integrity of tissues of the foot. Diabetic patients typically have loss of sensation, structural deformities, propensity to infection and poor circulation. Therefore there is a crying need for comprehensive Diabetic Foot care to prevent complications…
 
Peter Gloviczki wanted to be a Professor of Surgery at just 6 years old and is an iconic and inspirational, award-winning vascular surgeon and magician.In this episode, Associate Prof Ramesh Tripathi (Queensland University, AU) meets with Emeritus Professor Peter Gloviczki (Mayo Clinic, US) for an insightful interview with the legendary vascular su…
 
This first episode in our brand new vascularPODCAST series, features Associate Professor Kush R Desai (Northwestern University, US) and Mr Stephen Black (Guy’s and St Thomas’, UK) host an informal discussion around the shifting tides in vascular education, with a specific focus on online learning for both physicians and industry. Hear them unpick t…
 
Our very own Andrew Jackson offers up an educational podcast that discusses the clinical benefit of the VIP score. In addition, Andrew describes exactly how users (clinical teams) and patients benefit from IV site monitoring with the VIP score. Peripheral IV Bundle with VIP Score
 
Linda Kelly is Clinical Nurse Advisor with Vygon (UK) Ltd. Linda has a long and illustrious career in vascular access as a clinical nurse. In this podcast, Linda gives us a fascinating insight into her PhD study on the experience of patients living with a vascular access device. We discus the three clear themes that emerged from her study. As a tas…
 
Martin Kiernan delivers a great discussion on his very practical approach to the science of infection prevention in vascular access. He moves us beyond a focus on bundle content to the importance of bundle implementation and compliance. I caught up with Martin whilst he was presenting at a IV conference at City Hospitals Sunderland. I am pleased to…
 
Paul Lee is a medical devices training manager with decades worth of experience in clinical engineering. Until August 2017, Paul has been seconded to NHS Improvement in London to work as its patient safety lead for medical devices. I caught up with Paul whilst he was presenting at a IV conference at City Hospitals Sunderland. Despite his busy sched…
 
Hearing the word “failure” associated with your heart can be scary. However, heart failure does not mean that your heart has stopped working. Instead, this chronic and progressive condition occurs when the heart isn’t pumping as efficiently as it should, and as a result your body isn’t receiving the oxygen it needs. In this important segment, Dr. P…
 
Exercise can be exhausting, even before you start working out. With ever-changing guidelines and fitness fads, it's tough to know what's best for your body. Regardless, the best exercise program is a consistent one. The benefits of staying active have an overwhelmingly positive effect on your overall health and your heart. The World Health Organiza…
 
Dr. Amit Bhakoo (Mount Sinai, Miami, FL) discusses his SIR abstract on integrating LEAN principles into the vascular team with Dr. Kyle Cooper, JVIR Media Correspondent.Various による
 
Dr. Amish Patel, JVIR Podcast Editor, discusses the SIR 2016 Abstract of the Year, Histological Analysis of Gastric Ghrelin Expression in Selective Bariatric Embolized Swine, with authors Dr. Yingli Fu and Dr. Clifford Weiss (Johns Hopkins).Various による
 
Dr. Amish Patel, JVIR Podcast Editor, discusses the SIR 2016 Abstract of the Year, Independent analysis of albumin-bilirubin (ALBI) grade in a 765 patient cohort treated with transarterial locoregional therapy for HCC, with authors Dr. Sam Mouli and Dr. Ryan Hickey (Northwestern).Various による
 
Dr. Kyle Cooper discusses featured abstract "Catheter-directed thrombolysis versus ultrasound-accelerated thrombolysis for treatment of iliofemoral deep vein thrombosis: comparison of hospital cost and length of stay at a tertiary care hospital" with Dr. Sean Conus, radiology resident at Maine Medical Center.…
 
Dr. Zach Zhang, JVIR Media Correspondent, discusses the featured abstract "Does Prolonged Implantation Predict IVC Filter Retrieval Failure? A Single Center Experience in 610 Retrieval Procedures" with Dr. Kush Desai (Northwestern University. Chicago, IL).Various による
 
Dr. Zach Zhang, JVIR Media Correspondent, discusses the featured abstract "10-years Clinical Outcomes of Infrapopliteal Drug-Eluting Stenting for Critical Limb Ischemia in Diabetic Patients" with Dr. Stavros Spiliopoulos (University of Patras. Patras, Greece).Various による
 
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