In this episode we discuss our decision making and thought processes when it comes to managing tibial vessel disease, including open reconstruction and endovascular procedures.
In this episode of The Retrograde Approach, we are joined by Dr Tom Lovelock, a first year vascular surgery trainee to talk about his strategy and approach for success in the selection process for vascular surgery training, and unpack his strategy to conquer the selection interview.
In this episode Yogi and Sam discuss their management, work up and assessment of ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms. Link to Journal of Vascular Surgery article https://www.jvascsurg.org/article/S0741-5214(20)32132-7/fulltext
In this episode of The Retrograde Approach, Yogi and Sam discuss open infrainguinal bypass and reconstruction.
In this episode Yogi and Sam discuss their approach to the assessment and management of patients presenting with popliteal artery aneurysms. Including both acute and elective presentations.
In this episode Dr Yogi Sivakumaran and Dr Sam Farah discuss how they prepare, plan and perform an endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR). General Principles Quality of the CT Scan 1mm slices If initial scan – scan thoracic, abdomen and lower limbs; allows for exclusion of aneurysmal disease elsewhere as well as if baseline status of… Continue reading Episode 5: Endovascular aneurysm repair and planning
In this episode, Yogi and Sam discuss the management of blunt thoracic injury and discuss difficult and challenging operative decisions.
In our third and final part in our review of the vascular exam in vascular surgery we discuss the clinical decision making viva, as well as the long case and the short cases.
In our second episode, Yogi and Sam take a deeper look into the fellowship exam looking specifically at the operative and imaging vivas. They reflect on the strategies and approaches they used to successfully navigate these challenging aspects of the examination.
In our first episode of The Retrograde Approach, Dr Yogi Sivakumaran and Mr Sam Farah embark on part one of a three part series discussing their recent reflections on completing the fellowship exam in vascular surgery in a year like no other.