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School of Surgery
Podcasts and vodcasts to help you learn about surgery
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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.

December 15, 2016 12:16 PM PST

Meta analysis is a very common way of bringing together data to help us decide which treatments might be best. BUT, you have to take care when interpreting them - there's a lot more to it than just looking which side of the line the little black diamond is on! How do you construct a search for a systematic review?Can you trust the result of a meta analysis? How do you know if it has been done well? How to recognise different kinds of bias, how to interpret a forest plot, and funnel plot and a bubble plot. What is the I squared statistic and what does it tell you about the data and how much to trust the result?
These and many more things to do with these common but complex analyses is explained by Brett Doleman, statistical guru!
Star in national selection academic station and FRCS academic viva

December 09, 2016 12:08 PM PST

Knowing how to chose the correct statistical test is essential if you're analysing data, reading a paper or sitting in the academic stations of the FRCS or National Selection. Watch this podcast by statistical guru Brett Doleman and you'll know how to chose the right test or know if the right one has been chosen. Using a step by step, easy to follow decision tree, Brett takes you to the correct test for the type of data you have. Statistical tests demystified forever!

September 27, 2016 01:19 PM PDT

Functional Constipation is a really challenging condition to treat in gastroenterology and surgery. In this podcast Jon Lund asks Robin Spiller about the condition, the underlying physiology, how to differentiate from IBS constipation and the range of treatments for FC. This podcast will tell you all you need to know and more.
Robin Spiller is Professor of Gastroenterology at the University of Nottingham, UK, former editor of GUT, author of the Rome III criteria and world leading expert in this field

August 13, 2016 04:22 AM PDT

See if you can get to the correct answers before James Cassidy does in the third and final part of Naomi Laskar's interactive teaching video on causes of chest pain you might see when covering the wards.
Really useful things to know in the middle of the night when there's no-one else around!

August 06, 2016 06:22 AM PDT

Naomi Laskar puts James Cassidy through his paces again in the second case of chest pain you are likely to come across as an F1/intern on a surgical or other ward.
See if you can get the right answers before James in this interactive teaching video.
All the benefits of small group teaching without the pain!

July 30, 2016 06:44 AM PDT

Naomi Laskar teaches James Cassidy in an interactive video on chest pain on the surgical ward. Using a series of cases common causes of chest pain are discussed and the video will help you to develop a structured approach to reviewing chest pain and understand the basic management of chest pain. Common life threatening and non life threatening causes are covered, with important points in the history, examination, investigation, treatment and prognosis explained, with plenty of acronyms to help you remember. Pause the video as you go to write down what you think are the correct answers. All the benefits of small group teaching without any of the pain!

June 28, 2016 02:14 AM PDT

Its never too early to think about getting yourself ready for successful application to core surgical training, be you medical student or foundation doctor.
In this podcast Ricky Ellis and Susan Hall explain the process and give their tips for success.
Good luck!

June 25, 2016 08:42 AM PDT

It is not uncommon to be called to see a patient who has experienced a sudden change in their mental state. The patient is often suffering from one of the forms of delirium, and puts them at increased risk of complication, injury and death.
In this podcast Ricky Ellis and Christine Taylor discuss what delirium is, why it is important, how to recognise it, who is at risk, how we can prevent it and how we can treat it

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