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The Beat with Joel Dunning Ep. 7
In Episode 7, Joel talks about an STS analysis on isolated tricuspid operations, a framework to developing pediatric and congenital heart disease services in low/middle-income countries, and usage of ChatGPT to process thoracic surgery data.
He also reflects on recent CTSNet surgical content, including a Yang procedure performed by a South African cardiac team, an easy-to-follow uniportal VATS lung sparing resection using a radial stapler, and a Ross procedure after explantation of failed TAVR. After shouting out upcoming events in CT surgery including conferences in Germany and Singapore, Joel expresses enthusiasm for the dedication of Chip and Ceeya Bolman in regard to the work done by Team Heart in Rwanda.
JANS Items Mentioned
Isolated Tricuspid Operations: The Society of Thoracic Surgeons Adult Cardiac Surgery Database Analysis
Recommendations for Developing Effective and Safe Pediatric and Congenital Heart Disease Services in Low-Income and Middle-Income Countries: A Public Health Framework
ChatGPT Shows 'Remarkable Ability' to Process Thoracic Surgery Data, Could Help with Training and Patient Care
CTSNet Content Mentioned
Yang Procedure and Double Valve Replacement Technique
Uniportal VATS Lung Sparing Resection with Radial Stapler for Unknown Post-COVID-19 Lesions
Ross Procedure After Explantation of Failed Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement
Other Items Mentioned