Essential information for all surgeons and trainees
In the Surgical Readings from SRGS podcast, Frederick “Rick” L. Greene, MD, FACS, talks to the editors and experts featured in Selected Readings in General Surgery, an ACS publication that highlights highly relevant and practice-changing information from the world’s most prominent medical journals. In each episode, Dr. Greene and his guests will talk about key takeaways and insights from various articles and offer perspectives on how this information will affect care for the surgical patient. Talk about the podcast on social media using #SurgicalReadings.
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In this final episode in our liver surgery series, host Rick Greene, MD, FACS, continues to discuss liver malignancies and transplantation with Zachary C. Dietch, MD, member of the abdominal transplant team at Northwestern University Hospital in Chicago, IL.
In this second in a series of three episodes focused on liver surgery, host Rick Greene, MD, FACS, continues to discuss liver disease and injuries with Zachary C. Dietch, MD, member of the abdominal transplant team at Northwestern University Hospital in Chicago, IL.
In this first in a series of episodes focused on liver surgery, host Rick Greene, MD, FACS, discusses liver disease and injuries with Zachary C. Dietch, MD, member of the abdominal transplant team at Northwestern University Hospital in Chicago, IL.
In this final episode in the Vascular Surgery series from Surgical Readings from SRGS, host Rick Greene, MD, FACS, and vascular surgeon Girma Tefera, MD, FACS, review key data on the etiology, diagnosis, and management of varicose veins. Dr. Tefera outlines endoluminal ablation, foam injection, and traditional approaches of ligation and stripping. The discussion current guidance for compression treatment and strategies for successful wound care and management.
In this episode of our series focused on vascular surgery, host Dr. Rick Greene speaks with vascular surgeon Dr. Britt Tennessean about the clinical features and important management aspects of mesenteric and renal vascular disease.
Britt H. Tonnessen, MD, FACS, is Associate Professor of Surgery, Division of Vascular Surgery & Endovascular Therapy; Associate Program Director, Vascular Integrated Residency, Yale University School of Medicine.
In this episode of our series focused on vascular surgery, host Rick Greene, MD, FACS, and vascular surgeon David Feliciano, MD, FACS, discuss topics related to vascular trauma, including the role of the physical examination in evaluating vascular injuries, distinguishing between hard and soft injury signs, indications for immediate operating room inventions, preferred incision options for subclavian and axillary arterial injuries, and the use of temporary intravascular shunts.
David V. Feliciano, MD, FACS, MAMSE, is a clinical professor of surgery at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, and an attending Surgeon at Shock Trauma Center/Department of Surgery, University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, MD.
In a continuing series focused on vascular surgery, host Rick Greene, MD, FACS, talks to vascular surgeon Marie L. Crandall MD, MPH, FACS, about venous thromboembolism. “The timing of VTE prophylaxis after neurosurgical intervention for TBI can be challenging. However, this JAMA Surg retrospective cohort study demonstrated that prophylaxis before 72 hours was associated with greater risk of reintervention and mortality and after 72 hours was associated with greater risk of VTE but not mortality. This suggests that perhaps 3 days would be safest balance for most patients after neurosurgical intervention for TBI,” said Dr. Crandall.
In a continuing series focused on vascular surgery, host Rick Greene, MD, FACS, talks to vascular surgeon Britt Tonnessen, MD, FACS, about carotid occlusive disease and peripheral arterial disease.
Host Rick Greene, MD, FACS, joins vascular surgeon Girma Tefera, MD, FACS, in a discussion of aortic aneurysm disease, reviewing current screening guidelines, disease etiology, and the impact of cigarette smoking on disease progression. The conversation also addresses aortic aneurysm disease’s epidemiology, aneurysm definitions and classifications, and current modalities of treatment, including open surgical and endovascular approaches and their outcomes.
In this episode, SRGS Editor Lewis Flint, MD, FACS, talks with Rachel Kelz, MD, FACS, and Lauren Krumeich, MD, both from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, about the latest developments in the diagnosis and treatment of thyroid disease, including the use of telehealth and the effect of gastric bypass surgery on patients with thyroid issues. They also discuss innovative treatments for thyroid cancer and preoperative management of pheochromocytoma.
Host Rick Greene, MD, FACS, continues his conversation with Sandra Kavalukas, MD, about colorectal disease, including important concepts for treating anal fissures, Ogilvie syndrome, parastomal hernias, and malignancy of the colon, rectum, and anus. Dr. Kavalukas is a colorectal surgeon from the University of Louisville Medical Center.
In the inaugural episode of this podcast series, Rick Greene, MD, FACS, interviews Sandra Kavalukas, MD, a colorectal surgeon from the University of Louisville Medical Center about the management of perirectal abscess and diverticular disease, the use of fiber supplements, and the importance of engaging patients in informed decision-making.
Frederick “Rick” L. Greene, MD, FACS, is a renowned author, editor, and expert in surgical oncology. He is the medical director of the Cancer Data Registry at the Levine Cancer Institute in Charlotte, NC. He has served the ACS in numerous leadership roles, including as First Vice-President (2010-2011), Governor, and on the Commission on Cancer (CoC).
The opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the participants and not necessarily that of the ACS.