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The Beat Podcast Series
November 17, 2020
This Beat episode, featuring Dr Jessica Luc, cardiovascular surgery resident from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, as the host, discussing highlights from the CTSNet COVID-19 portal, including the subspecialty guidance statements on cardiac, thoracic, and congenital patient triage, followed by education and ethical considerations during the pandemic.
#4: CTSNet Beat Podcast: EXCEL and the European Guidelines, Percutaneous Interventions With Coronary Bypass, Aortic Emergency During COVID-19, and Osimertinib in Positive Resected Cancer
November 4, 2020
In this Beat podcast episode, Joel Dunning discusses the EXCEL trial and European guidelines, percutaneous interventions with coronary bypass surgery, management of aortic emergencies during COVID-19, and osimertinib in positive resected cancer.
#3: CTSNet Beat Podcast: Surgery After TAVR or MitraClip, BIMA vs LIMA, Pectus Excavatum, and Slipping Rib Syndrome
October 28, 2020
In this episode hosted by Joel Dunning, James Cook University Hospital, UK, news topics include the recent virtual EACTS conference, surgery after TAVR or MitraClip, BIMA vs LIMA, surprising cases, pectus excavatum in the United Kingdom, and a brand new diagnosis you may never have heard of before: slipping rib syndrome.
#2: CTSNet Beat Podcast: Type A Aortic Dissection, Myocardial Revascularization, and Sex Outcomes After Revascularization
October 20, 2020
In this episode, listen in as Nikki Stamp discusses recent news topics, including acute type A aortic dissection, myocardial revascularization, and the impact of sex outcomes after revascularization for multivessel coronary disease.
October 8, 2020
CTSNet Beat's premier podcast host Nikki Stamp, an adult cardiothoracic surgeon from Australia, discusses the use of embolic filters during cardiac surgery procedures, techniques for donor cardiac heart transplantation, sex differences n thoracic aortic disease, and for residents and trainees, there’s a segment on technique for insertion of intercostal catheters.