Rank #1: #185 Surgeon Writers #3: Dr. Carol Scott-Conner
Dr. Carol Scott-Conner is a prolific surgeon writer whose first publication, Operative Anatomy, is a fantastic textbook for junior residents to prepare for cases. She talks to us about writing, her work as a consultant with NASA, and provides an excellent T&T segment on lymphedema. We hope you enjoy this episode!
Rank #2: #46: What To Study The Night Before The ABSITE
Jason and Kevin attempt to do a quick review of topics that they see every year on the ABSITE but can never remember.
USMLE Boot Camp website for GI Hormones
Rank #3: #15: Stuff Surgery Interns Should Know
Intern basics episode!
Thanks to Andrea Merrill, Stewart Morrison and Sarwat Ahmad for their advice.
Check back to our website where we will links to all our resources mentioned in the episode at behindtheknife.org
Rank #4: #128: Mock Orals #8: Breast and Melanoma with Dr. Michael Sabel (featuring Vahagn Nikolian)
Dr. Michael Sabel (Chief of the Division of Surgical Oncology at the University of Michigan and a world-renowned leader in breast cancer and melanoma) returns to BTK to take resident Vahagn Nikolian through three challenging breast and melanoma scenarios.
Rank #5: #53: Orthopedic Surgery You Should Know with Dr. John Devine
Dr. John Devine Chief of Spine Surgery at Medical College of Georgia highlights the most critical aspects of orthopedics that all general surgeons should know.
He also discusses his experience jumping into a combat zone with the US Army.
Exciting episodes coming up in March.
-Debate on Carotid Artery Stenting vs Endarterectomy
-Update on Sepsis
-Kenji Inaba discusses trauma
-Frank Veith discusses future of Vascular Surgery
Rank #6: #1: Introduction to Behind The Knife: Controversies in Surgical Management of Diverticular Disease
Episode 1: Introduction to our new surgery podcast. Will discuss diverticular disease with Dr. Scott Steele.
Rank #7: #88: Vascular Surgery ABSITE review w/ Dr. Aranson
Dr. Nathan Aranson a vascular surgeon at Virginia Mason in Seattle helps us break down some of the high yield questions you can expect to see regarding vascular surgery on the ABSITE.
If you have ABSITE tips feel free to send them our way. (Kevin@behindtheknife.org)
Up next will be some of our basic science topics.
Rank #8: #167 Mock Orals: Colorectal
Just in time for oral boards, we have another episode of our Mock Orals series. Dr. Langenfeld (@seanlangenfeld) takes our guest residents Jon Abelson (@jabelsonmd) and Paul Johnson (@dr_johnson2012) through 6 colorectal board scenarios.
Rank #9: #108: Mock Orals #5 Upper GI with Dr. Andrew Wright
Dr. Andrew Wright from the University of Washington takes 3 chief residents from the University of Toronto through four different scenarios.
Elliot Wakeam, Chethan Sathya, and Ricky Jrearz knock these scenarios out of the park!
Refractory Peptic Ulcer
Rank #10: #127: Mock Orals with Dr. Christian Jones Round 2: Trauma and Acute Care Surgery
Dr. Christian Jones (@jonessurgery) takes Kevin and Woo through four challenging mock oral scenarios.
This is a must listen for any residents with the oral boards in their future or for staff that train residents.
Dr. Jones focuses on keeping the pace that you will see during the boards, and approaches to scenarios that may not require operative intervention.
Thank you Dr. Jones for your multiple fantastic contributions to Behind The Knife!
Rank #11: #60: Managing Sepsis 15 Years After "Rivers et al." With Dr. Jones and Dr. Exline
This week Dr. Christian Jones and Dr. Matthew Exline take us step by step on the current management of sepsis 15 years after the publication of the most influential article on sepsis ever published: Rivers et al. "Early Goal Directed Therapy In The Treatment of Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock"
Dr. Christian Jones is a trauma and acute care surgeon at Johns Hopkins.
Connect with him on twitter @jonessurgery
Dr. Matthew Exline is a critical care physician at Ohio State University
Check out the Ultrasound App from Ohio State
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Rank #12: #107: Mock Orals #4: Breast Cancer with Dr. Michael Sabel
Dr. Michael Sabel is the Chief of the Division of Surgical Oncology at the University of Michigan and a world renowned leader in breast cancer and melanoma. Who better to take us through the nuances of breast cancer scenarios.
We are also joined by Justin Huntington a Chief Resident at The Ohio State University, future pediatric surgeon.
Side note Ohio State has gone above and beyond to support these mock orals, so thank you!
Rank #13: #121: Mock Orals #6: Thoracic Surgery with Dr. Kathleen Berfield
Dr. Kathleen Berfield, Chief of Thoracic Surgery at the Seattle VA, takes Woo Do and Kevin Kniery through 4 mock oral board scenarios.
Rank #14: #29: Dr. Hunter Discusses Surgical Treatment of GERD
Dr. John Hunter who is the Chair of Surgery at OHSU discusses a topic familiar to all General Surgeons, the surgical management of GERD. We go in depth into the surgical options and Dr. Hunter gives some tips to deal with every surgeon's fear, mediastinal bleeding!
In addition, our opening shot is great review that focuses on the management of GERD and even includes newer treatment options!
You'll enjoy it! We promise!
Rank #15: #35: Acute Limb Ischemia with Dr. John Eidt
Dr. Eidt a vascular surgeon of Baylor takes us through his workup and surgical management of acute limb ischemia.
Rank #16: #182: Dr. Morrow on Breast Disease
Dr. Monica Morrow is THE expert on breast cancer and gives us a very thorough discussion of the most confusing topics in the management of breast cancer and axillary disease. This is a must listen for all residents and general surgeons alike!
Rank #17: #55: Kenji Inaba Part 2: Neck Trauma
Part 2/2 with Dr. Kenji Inaba discussing the difficult topic of neck trauma. Dr. Inaba walks two lackadaisical residents (Donald Moe and John McClellan) through the evaluation of neck trauma and then Dr. Matthew Martin returns for a further in depth discussion on the debated topics surrounding penetrating neck injuries. We haven't heard a better description about this topic yet!
BTK will be also attending the Trauma, Critical Care, Acute Care Surgery conference in Las Vegas on March 21-23 giving you daily updates and interviewing prominent surgeons! Send us your specific trauma questions to ask the faculty!
Rank #18: #87: ABSITE Review: Esophagus
Finally getting started with our Absite Review Series! We plan to hit on many of the highly tested topics for each system. Not a comprehensive review, but should certainly get you a few more points come test day!
Starting off with the Esophagus!!
Send us what you want to hear since we don't have any particular order to our review series! Also if you have recommendations regarding the format of our review, please also send them our way as well!
Rank #19: #96: ABSITE - Colorectal w/ Dr. Scott Steele
Here are some high yield colorectal points for the ABSITE
I apologize for the poor audio quality we were without our standard equipment for the recording of this episode, but the content is still very high yield.
Rank #20: #184 Surgeon Writers: Dr. Seymour Schwartz's Autobiography
Dr. Seymour Schwartz, the namesake of Schwartz's Principles of Surgery, joins us to talk about his life, the history of surgery, and the history of his textbook. He is an excellent speaker with an interesting life story. Listen in for fantastic advice to today's surgical trainees! This is part of our AccessSurgery give away. Follow @ABSITEQofWeek and look out for a question related to this episode on Wednesday, July 24th at 9PM EST. 2-3 winners will receive a free copy of Schwartz's Principles of Surgery, 11th edition!