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The Beat with Joel Dunning Ep. 3
In CTSNet’s flagship podcast, editor in chief Joel Dunning runs through the latest, most popular content on ctsnet.org—the largest online community of CT surgeons and source of CT surgery information—and breaking cardiothoracic surgery news and research from around the world.
In this episode, Joel addresses ascending thoracic aorta outcomes, using AI to predict TAVR complications, and quality of life after esophagectomy.
He also talks about robotic assisted mitral valve repair, a successful closure of an aortic pseudoaneurysm, and robotic assisted paraesophageal hernia repair. After discussing upcoming events in the CT surgery world, Joel closes with a shoutout to Marcel Dahan for the twentieth anniversary of the Epithor database.
JANS Items Mentioned
Fate of the Unoperated Ascending Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm: Three-Decade Experience from the Aortic Institute at Yale University
AI Predicts the Likelihood of a Common TAVR Complication
Recovery of Patient-Reported Quality of Life After Esophagectomy
CTSNet Content Mentioned
Robotic Assisted Mitral Valve Repair After Failed Transcatheter Edge-to-Edge Repair
Successful Closure of an Aortic Pseudoaneurysm and Mitral Paravalvular Leak Via a Hybrid Transapical Approach
Robotic-Assisted Paraesophageal Hernia Repair: Operative Anatomy and Technical Considerations
Other Items Mentioned
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