Our new vascularPODCAST series is brought to you monthly in association with Medtronic. Each episode features an expert host that will bring you the most topical and relevant news items, conversations and commentaries on all things vascular, from across the globe to provide a truly international perspective.
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“Diabetic Foot” is referred to a condition that involves alterations in the structure, function and integrity of tissues of the foot.
In this month’s vascularPODCAST episode, guests Prof Joseph L Mills (Baylor College of Medicine, TX, US) and Prof David Armstrong (USC, South Carolina, US) join host Prof Ramesh Tripathi (Uni of Queensland, AU) to discuss their unique approach to managing diabetic foot ulcers using the “Toe, Flow and Go” concepts. With great camaraderie, hear them discuss the benefits of having combined treatment from both a podiatrist and vascular specialist to provide complimentary care for these patients. Highlights include an overview of their unique approach, established as part of the Southern Arizona Limb Salvage Alliance (SALSA), which has since been adopted in numerous centres across the US, as well as tips for establishing a similar clinic in your area and long-term management and treatment options of the diabetic foot.
Time : 1:04:10
Peter Gloviczki wanted to be a Professor of Surgery at just 6 years old and is an iconic and inspirational, award-winning vascular surgeon and magician.
In this episode, Associate Prof Ramesh Tripathi (Queensland University, AU) meets with Emeritus Professor Peter Gloviczki (Mayo Clinic, US) for an insightful interview with the legendary vascular surgeon, as they look back at various aspects of his career to understand what helped shape his role as a physician.
Hear them discuss aspects of his formative years including his education and training, his challenges, motivations and his stint as a famous Hungarian magician! They also look to the future and his role as Editor in Chief of the Journal of Vascular Surgery and discuss the latest issues surrounding diversity, inclusion and equality in vascular surgery, especially for women.
Time : 42:57
This first episode in our brand new vascularPODCAST series, features Associate Professor Kush R Desai (Northwestern University, US) and Mr Stephen Black (Guy’s and St Thomas’, UK) host an informal discussion around the shifting tides in vascular education, with a specific focus on online learning for both physicians and industry.
Hear them unpick the pros and cons of the virtual learning environment and hear their thoughts on where vascular education is heading in the future given the last six months in light of COVID-19.
Time : 33.17