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School of Surgery
Podcasts and vodcasts to help you learn about surgery
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June 21, 2017 02:24 PM PDT

You're not a bariatric surgeon, but you need to know how the immediate management of complications of bariatric surgery because they might well come in to your hospital, even if its not a bariatric surgical centre.
In the first of 2 podcasts, Cat Boereboom talks to Sherif Awad about recognition of complications of gastric band and what to do when you see them. You'll also be able to recognise when a band is in the right place and when it has slipped, what a Huber needle is and what to do with it and what to do if you don't have one, port infection and lots more.
Part 2 covers sleeve gastrectomy and gastric bypass.
Mapped to the General Surgery 2016 syllabus.
Cat Boereboom is a trainee in the East Midlands, UK and Sherif Awad is a consultant bariatric surgeon at the East Midlands Bariatric Institute based at the Royal Derby Hospital, UK

April 14, 2017 08:25 AM PDT

For decades the only real option for perforated diverticular disease was a Hartmann's procedure, but there has been a lot of interest in the less invasive and stoma saving laparoscopic lavage and drainage procedure as an alternative. But is it effective?
Jon Lund talks to David Humes about the background and the evidence for and against peritoneal lavage as a treatment for this common colorectal emergency. David Humes is Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Nottingham, UK and an NIHR Postdoctoral Fellow. Get the meta-analysis referred to in the podcast here (http://bit.ly/2peBO1J)

March 18, 2017 12:16 AM PDT

A host of practical tips on difficult urethral catheter insertion, changing a suprapubic catheter, managing a 3-way catheter, what to do when you're called about testicular pain, paraphimosis or a nephrostomy.
When you have listened to this podcast by Philly Horner and Suzie Hall you will be much more confident about how to manage these common problems yourself and be able to do it safely, knowing when you should ask for help. Essential listening for all foundation doctors, interns, and medical students, whatever your speciality

March 13, 2017 04:31 PM PDT

Dr Ruediger Prosst, Director of The Proctological Institute in Stuttgart, Germany, tells Jon Lund about his experience in treating the often challenging problem of high and complex anal fistula using a novel, sphincter sparing clipping device. This podcast links to Tech Coloproctol (2016) 20: 753. doi:10.1007/s10151-016-1537-0

March 05, 2017 03:10 PM PST

All you need to know about the classification, presentation, diagnosis, investigation and treatment of causes of haematuria: Philly Horner talks to Simon Williams, Consultant Urological Surgeon

February 05, 2017 06:30 AM PST

"Doctor, Mrs Smith's calcium is 2.9, what do you want me to do?"
Cat Boereboom talks to Roger Stanworth about all aspects of the presentation, diagnosis and treatment of both high and low calcium. Once you've listened to this podcast you will know how to manage any calcium disorder. Mapped to the General Surgery 2016 curriculum, this podcast is also very useful listening to those taking MRCS or FRCS, as well as medical school finals.
Cat Boereboom is a trainee in General Surgery, and Roger Stanworth is Clinical Lead for Diabetes and Endocrinology at the Royal Derby Hospital, UK

February 02, 2017 03:19 PM PST

Philly Horner talks to Gill Tierney about the presentation, diagnosis and treatment of small bowel obstruction, a very common condition presenting as an emergency. This podcast contains all you need to know if you're a medical student, foundation doctor (intern), or early years trainee in surgery.
Sorry about the sound in places, this was recorded on location without our usual high quality mic. Best on headphones.

February 01, 2017 10:09 AM PST

All you need to know about how to interpret the results of a meta analysis in 14 minutes and 15 seconds.
If you find yourself in an exam and asked to review a meta analysis in an interview or an exam, or even if you're reading one in a journal to inform your clinical practice, this will be the best 1/4 hour you have spent in ages.
If you want a more detailed explanation and to properly understand the process, then download our other podcast about meta analysis, which gives the background to all you see here. With Brett Doleman and Jon Lund

January 26, 2017 09:09 AM PST

When you are doing surgery you need to know what the instruments are called and what they are used for. In this easy to follow guide, Jon Lund and June Brown take you through the instruments you will find on a basic surgical tray, the most common tray you will use when you are starting surgery.
You'll learn the names of the instruments, why there are that shape, what they are used for, and some top tips on how to use them.
Essential for medical students, people starting surgical training and student nurses on theatre placement.

January 14, 2017 01:20 AM PST

A is the first letter of ABC and is the first thing to get right when managing a trauma patient. It can be very challenging and time is pressured. In this advanced level podcast for anaesthetists and surgeons involved in trauma management, Andrew Deytrikh talks to Craig Morris about how to manage the airway in critically ill and unstable patients, those with unstable cervical spines, patients with severe facial injury, burns and other injuries with airway implications. What to do when standard measures fail is also discussed, including the when, who and how of surgical airway formation.
Listen now, so that you know what to do when you're in this situation.

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