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International Perspectives on the AHA/ACC/SCAI Coronary Revascularization Guideline—A CTSNet Webinar (Recording)
March 14, 2022
On Saturday, March 12, CTSNet hosted a roundtable discussion surrounding the new AHA/ACC/SCAI coronary revascularization guideline. Moderated by Marjan Jahangiri, panelists Hirokuni Arai, Chris Malaisrie, Patrick Myers, Victor Dayan, and Joseph Sabik shared their thoughts.
March 10, 2022
Surgeons often look to make the smallest incision possible to facilitate faster postoperative recovery. This video shows how to make a smaller incision when performing a VATS excision of pleural mass excision.
March 9, 2022
This stepwise video guide demonstrates the standard direct aortic and venous cannulation technique that was developed based on evidence-based guidelines for the use of cardiopulmonary bypass.
March 8, 2022
Robotic sublobar resection of a right lower lobe intralobar sequestration can be prevent many interesting challenges. This video presents a case report of one such instance.
March 7, 2022
For a less invasive LVAD implantation, a right mini thoracotomy is a good approach. It can also assist with chest stabilization, mobility, virgin tissues for bridge to transplant, and retained pericardium for the right heart support.
Brompton Grand Rounds: Identifying Bronchopulmonary Segments - Vein, Arteries, Bronchi Versus Adjuncts
March 4, 2022
Dr. Yoshihiro Miyata, Associate Professor at the Research institute for Radiation Biology and Medicine, Surgical Oncology, and Thoracic Surgery in Japan, will give a talk about details of segmentectomy.
March 3, 2022
Performing minimally invasive mitral valve surgery safely and efficiently involves a substantial learning curve. This interactive 360-degree video tutorial, filmed from the surgeon’s point of view, demonstrates a step-by-step approach and allows you to choose the viewpoint.
March 2, 2022
The David procedure with an upper hemisternotomy approach is very feasible and provides excellent outcomes in young patients particularly. Here the authors show how it’s done.
March 1, 2022
When it comes to atrial myxoma resection, being as minimally invasive as possible is of top priority. This video presents possibly the least invasive reported atrial myxoma resection and, the authors say, the first to use an endoscopic robotic approach with an 8mm working port.
February 28, 2022
3D imaging can be an affective tool for assisting surgery and increasing patient safety. *Author* demonstrates its use during a right S3 segmentectomy.