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Critical Care

February 16, 2024
In this episode of CTSNet’s flagship podcast, editor-in-chief Joel Dunning runs through the latest, most popular content on ctsnet.org—the largest online community of CT surgeons and source of CT surgery information—and breaking cardiothoracic surgery news and research from around the world.
February 15, 2024
At the 2024 STS Annual Meeting, CTSNet Editor in Chief Joel Dunning and CTSNet senior editors set out to interview the most knowledgeable CT surgeons from around the world. Stay tuned for more interviews from the meeting.
February 8, 2024
New survey data presented at the STS annual meeting showed that female cardiothoracic surgeons have fewer children and are more likely to face infertility than their male colleagues, along with facing more complications when they are pregnant.
February 1, 2024
In this episode of CTSNet’s flagship podcast, editor in chief Joel Dunning sat down with CTSNet Global editor Emily Farkas to discuss their favorite sessions at the STS annual meeting in San Antonio, Texas.
January 25, 2024
In this episode of CTSNet’s flagship podcast, editor in chief Joel Dunning runs through the latest, most popular content on ctsnet.org—the largest online community of CT surgeons and source of CT surgery information—and breaking cardiothoracic surgery news and research from around the world.
January 18, 2024
In this episode of CTSNet’s flagship podcast, editor in chief Joel Dunning runs through the latest, most popular content on ctsnet.org—the largest online community of CT surgeons and source of CT surgery information—and breaking cardiothoracic surgery news and research from around the world.
January 11, 2024
This cross-sectional analysis of data from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and the Association of American Medical Colleges comparing cardiothoracic surgeon faculty demographics and salary between 2019 and 2021 indicates that women comprised 11.5 percent of the cardiothoracic workforce and earned, on average, $0.71 to $0.86 f
January 11, 2024
In this article, the author describes three patients who had undergone previous mitral and aortic valve replacement, experiencing cardiogenic shock due to valve dysfunction. The initial evaluation demonstrated that the patients were deemed inoperable based on risk score calculations.

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