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Brompton Grand Rounds on CTSNet

Brompton Grand Rounds Rebroadcasted on CTSNet Throughout 2022!

CTSNet is excited to present the (virtual) Grand Rounds in Thoracic Surgery from the Royal Brompton Hospital, UK, an internationally renowned institution for thoracic surgery and one the premier institutions worldwide for conducting thoracic surgical research. CTSNet will be publishing recorded Brompton Grand Rounds throughout 2022! Organized by Professor Eric Lim to bring thoracic surgery insights to an international audience of learners, the Grand Rounds will feature the world’s leading thoracic surgeons, respiratory physicians, and thoracic oncologists, who can't wait to educate thoracic surgery trainees across London, UK, and worldwide.

Upcoming Brompton Grand Rounds

The next Brompton Grand Rounds will take place on Friday, May 27 at 12:00 pm (UK). It will also be rebroadcast on CTSNet's YouTube channel the following Monday at 8:00 am (Central US).

Professor Blackmon, Professor and Consultant at Mayo Clinic, Division of Thoracic Surgery, and a pioneer in 3D printing and building prototypes for complex thoracic resections will present "ECMO for Difficult Airway Surgery".


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Learn more about the Brompton Grand Rounds and explore the full program. Archived presentations are listed below.

Brompton Grand Rounds 2022

  1. January 7: Update on Lung Cancer Screening
  2. January 14: Utility of Brock and Herder Scoring for Lung Malignancy
  3. January 21: Pollution and Lung Cancer
  4. January 28: Non-Smoking Lung Cancer in Asia
  5. February 4: Update on Sub-Lobar Resection
  6. February 25: Current Principals and Techniques of Segmentectomy for Lung Cancer in Japan
  7. March 4: Identifying Bronchopulmonary Segments - Vein, Arteries, Bronchi Versus Adjuncts
  8. March 11: Uniportal Segmentectomy
  9. March 18: Advances in Imaging for Emphysemar
  10. March 25: Update of Surgical Lung Volume Reduction
  11. April 22: Management of Resectable Stage III Lung Cancer
  12. April 29: Surgery for “Unresectable” Stage III Lung Cancer
  13. May 6: Advances in Robotic Thoracic Surgery
  14. May 13:  Wristed Instruments — Lymph Node Dissection
  15. May 20: Robotic surgery — Lymph Node Dissection
  16. June 10: SMART Protocol for Mesothelioma
  17. June 17: Oligometastatic Disease — Radiotherapy
  18. June 24: Oligometastatic Disease — Surgery
  19. July 1: Advances in Chest Wall Reconstruction
  20. July 8: Minimal Invasive Surgery — Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
  21. July 15: Minimal Invasive Surgery — Lung Cancer
  22. July 22: Minimal Invasive Surgery — Thymic Tumors
  23. July 29: Polymer-Mediated Drug Delivery in Thoracic Cancers

Brompton Grand Rounds 2021

  1. July 9th: Neoadjuvant Immunotherapy for Early Lung Cancer
  2. July 16: Surgical Multimodality Local Consolidation for Advanced Lung Cancer
  3. August 13: Clinical Implications of JCOG 0802
  4. September 3: Immunotherapy for Mesothelioma
  5. September 17: Are Chest Drains Required for Primary Spontaneous Pneumothoraces?
  6. September 24: Imaging Thoracic Neuroendocrine Tumors
  7. October 1: Thymic Neuroendocrine Tumors
  8. October 22: Nodule Isolation Prior to Surgery
  9. October 29: Advances in AI for the Diagnosis of Lung Cancer
  10. November 5: Significance and Strategy of Lymph Node Dissection for Lung Cancer
  11. November 12: Indications and Techniques for Tracheo - Bronchoplasty
  12. November 26: Endobronchial Ablation Therapy
  13. December 3: Optimum Follow-Up After Lung Cancer Surgery


Copyright 2022, used with permission from the Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals and Professor Eric Lim