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Three authors included in the special issue on surgery in the elderly (due out mid-January 2016), discuss the issues surrounding treatment and care of the older patient. Click here to listen.
In the October 2015 issue of BJS, two randomized clinical trials, a systematic review and a review on the subject of bleeding in surgery are published. Click on the podcast logo to the right.
Discussion of the July 2015 issue (102:8), which carries a selection of articles on aortic aneurysms. Click on the podcast logo.
In the March 2015 issue of the Journal (102:4), a leading article, three invited reviews and an original article on the subject of endocrine surgery are published and discussed by President of the British Association of Endocrine and Thyroid Surgeons, Mr David Scott-Coombes. Specific areas covered are adrenocortical cancer, primary aldosteronism, subclinical Cushing's syndrome and preservation of parathryoid glands during total thyroidectomy. Click on the podcast logo opposite to listen to Mr Scott-Coombes' comments.
Julie Brittenden, Bruce Campbell and Dan Carradice discuss the various treatment options available for varicose veins, and their associated quality of life outcomes and cost-effectiveness. Articles being discussed are published in the August 2014 issue.
Three authors discuss their articles published in the July 2014 (101:8) issue. Areas discussed include breast cancer treatment influenced by molecular subtype, the slow movement towards towards breast-conserving surgery after NACT, and next-generation sequencing.
All four speakers have articles published in the Special Issue, which is completely free to access. The development of emergency surgery as a surgical specialty in its own right is discussed along with the growing burden of global disease requiring emergency surgery.
A leading article by psychosurgeon, Uttam Shiralkar on psychological insight for surgeons, and an article by Anna Pinto, Colin Bicknell and colleagues on surgical complications and their implications for surgeons' well-being, are discussed in this podcast. What happens when things go wrong in the operating theatre? How do surgeons cope and how are they supported?
A leading article by G. Stansby & D. Berridge and an original article by Saunders et al. on the subject of venous thromboembolism are published in the July 2013 issue of BJS (100:8). In this podcast, G. Stansby and B. Braithwaite (a co-author on the original article) discuss how vascular units would need to work differently to follow recent treatment guidelines from NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence).
To accompany publication of the BJS Special Issue, which is entitled Improving Outcomes in Gastrointestinal Cancer and is completely free to access, we have produced a podcast, which discusses what we hoped to achieve by focussing on one area of cancer.
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