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The Beat With Joel Dunning Ep. 61

Friday, June 21, 2024

This week on The Beat, Editor in Chief Joel Dunning discusses a new cardiothoracic surgery conference in Iraq and his insights on the newest surgical robot technology.

Joel also talks about the benefits of minimally invasive ECMO in cardiac surgery patients, the history and importance of the Thoracic Surgical Oncology Group, and a trial determining thresholds for drain removal after anatomic lung resection.

He also features the first episode of The Atrium, a new CTSNet resident-focused podcast, a video on the history of aortic surgery, and a video demonstrating minimally invasive mitral valve replacement. Before wrapping up, Joel discusses upcoming events in CT surgery.

JANS Items Mentioned

Conventional Versus Minimally Invasive Extracorporeal Circulation in Patients Undergoing Cardiac Surgery

Thoracic Surgical Oncology Group: An American Association for Thoracic Surgery Clinical Trials Initiative

Randomized Controlled Trial of Thresholds for Drain Removal After Anatomic Lung Resection

CTSNet Content Mentioned

The Atrium: Basics of Thoracic Surgery 

Deep Dive Into Aortic Surgery: A Brief History of Aortic Surgery

Minimally Invasive Mitral Valve Replacement and Left Atrium Plication 

Other Items Mentioned

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