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Cardiac Videos


Check out this recording of a recent webinar CTSNet hosted in collaboration with Getinge, "Advanced Aortic Root Surgery—A Diversity of Surgical Strategies from Global Experts."
May 22, 2023
During this Medtronic Global Grand Rounds discussion, Steven Bolling, M.D., Joanna Chikwe, M.D., Neal Duggal, M.D., Tom Nguyen, M.D., and Tessa Watt, M.D., demonstrate mitral valve repair techniques and discuss their use of chords. Dr. Duggal discusses the use of echo imaging to assist in surgical decision making.
May 19, 2023
CTSNet once more hosted a webinar in collaboration with Edwards Lifesciences on the pivotal topic, "Advances in Valve Tissue Technology and Why It Matters." The webinar launched to a live audience on May 16, 2023.
May 1, 2023
April was a newsworthy month in the cardiothoracic surgery world. The most popular content last month included news on aortic aneurysm outcomes, a guest editor series from Gry Dahle, the relaunch of CTSNet’s flagship podcast, and more.
April 25, 2023
CTSNet held a joint webinar with ERAS Cardiac Society on April 22, 2022 to provoke professional discussion on the topic, "Enhanced Recovery After Surgery: Improving Outcomes in Patients Requiring Mechanical Circulatory Support." This webinar was moderated by
April 25, 2023
This video presents the “Buff Cuff” technique, a modified zone 2 arch replacement that uses a shorter stent, ending proximal to the left subclavian artery, to preserve flow to distal vasculature and optimize the future landing zone for thoracic branch endografts.
April 24, 2023
This video demonstrates the operative steps for successful sutured patch repair of a large ischemic left ventricular free wall rupture, an increasingly rare but often fatal mechanical complication of myocardial infarction.
April 13, 2023
This video demonstrates critical steps in performing mitral valve translocation, a novel technique for patients with secondary mitral regurgitation.