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The Beat with Joel Dunning Ep. 43

Friday, February 16, 2024

In this episode of CTSNet’s flagship podcast, editor-in-chief Joel Dunning runs through the latest, most popular content on—the largest online community of CT surgeons and source of CT surgery information—and breaking cardiothoracic surgery news and research from around the world.

Joel discusses the need for universal family leave policies in CT surgery, long-term results of the REV procedure for various congenital heart conditions, and results of routine extubation in the operating room after CABG.

He also talks about a video demonstrating orthotopic heart transplantation, a repair of common arterial trunk type III, and an interview with John Puskas. After discussing upcoming events in the CT surgery world, he closes with a shoutout to Dr. Shilajit Ghosh for his work on the SCTS Thoracic Forum. 

JANS Items Mentioned

CT Surgery Needs Universal Policies for Pregnancy and Family Leave, Survey Shows 

Long-Term Results of the REV Procedure for Transposition of Great Arteries and Double Outlet RV With Pulmonary Stenosis 

Routine Extubation in the Operating Room After Isolated Coronary Artery Bypass 

CTSNet Content Mentioned

Orthotopic Heart Transplantation 

Challenging Repair of Common Arterial Trunk Type III 

The Coronary Stentectomy and Shifts in Coronary Artery Surgery: An Interview With John Puskas 

Other Items Mentioned

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