- published: 06 Dec 2013
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Mr Arj Shankar, Consultant General Surgeon explains that Darren Barnes, a 42 year old patient, was investigated because he had a strong family history of colorectal cancer. The colon was clear but Darren had a large mass surrounding his left kidney. The Radiologists felt it was a retroperitoneal sarcoma; he had a normally functioning right kidney. Sarcoma team of Mr Shankar, Professor David Nicol, Consultant Urologist and Obi Agu, Consultant Vascular Surgeon prepare for the removal of the tumour which is encasing Darren's left kidney, around his aorta and left adrenal. The surgeons are prepared to also possibly remove his spleen and pancreas: they key to success from an oncological point of view is to remove every organ involved.
Dr. Chetan Nagraj is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Vikram Hospital Bengaluru. He completed his Post Graduation in Orthopaedics from the prestigious Madras Medical College and thereon went to do his senior residency training from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. He has done his fellowships in knee and shoulder surgeries from India and abroad. His core areas of interest include knee and shoulder surgeries for which he has been trained at Australia, Japan, and New Zealand. Under knee surgery, his focus is particularly on computer navigated knee replacements, revision knee replacements and unicondylar knee replacements. In arthroscopic surgeries of knee joint, a lot of meniscus work and complex ligamental constructions are being done arthroscopically. In shoul...
Callum McBryde talks about the Young Adult Hip
Mr Sidebottom is our resident Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon at Zenith Cosmetic Clinic. He is incredibly experienced and qualified; having worked as a Consultant at the Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham since 2001. In this video he tells us a little bit about his specialties and what procedures he performs at the Clinic. More information on our website here: https://zenithcosmeticclinics.co.uk/why-zenith/meet-the-team/mr-andrew-sidebottom https://zenithcosmeticclinics.co.uk/contact
# Hellomynameis.. Wale Hello my name is Wale Olarinde and I am a consultant ENT surgeon at Chesterfield Royal Hospital. I was born in London and have also lived in Nigeria. I have worked in many hospitals both in the UK and in Nigeria, and I am thoroughly enjoying my time at the Royal. It’s not to big and it is easy to get to know the other members of staff, the team I work with is quite small and this makes it easy to bounce ideas off. The patients I deal with are nice and friendly too, which makes the job even better. Derbyshire is a lovely and beautiful place to work, and there is great cultural diversity here. There are lots of lovely scenic places to visit with breathtaking views, and the town centre offers something for everyone. Your money seems to go further, housing is much...
The aim of King Edward VII's Hospital, a private charitable hospital in London, is to provide the highest standards of patient services based on a hospital-wide commitment to total quality care. Through good management, the dedication of their staff and the provision of excellent facilities, they continue to uphold the tradition and reputation for which their hospital has stood since 1899.
The Royal College of Surgeons is committed to supporting members of the extended surgical team (EST). Well managed use of the wider team, with its mix of staff and skills, ultimately benefits patients, surgeons in training and the whole surgical team. This video is from the perspective of consultant oral and maxillofacial surgeon, Rob Laycock. Rob describes the positive outcomes he has experienced through creating a surgical care team including allowing surgeons to utilise their time more efficiently and improving continuity of care for the patients. For more information please visit www.rcseng.ac.uk/est
http://www.scotmt.scot.nhs.uk/ Trainee Consultant Surgeon Mr Maziar Khorsandi talks about ST5 Cardiothoracic surgical training at the state-of-the-art Golden Jubilee National Hospital in Clydebank. Maziar covers subjects such as advanced training for Cardiac transplantation, a training exchange opportunity in the US and Mechanical Circulatory Assist. Learn more about the range and depth of GMC-approved medical training opportunities in Scotland at the Scottish Medical Training website; http://www.scotmt.scot.nhs.uk/
Ear Nose Throat/Head & Neck Specialist Surgeon covering Sheffield, Chesterfield, Rotherham, Barnsley, Doncaster, Worksop and the Peak District. Providing consultations at BMI Thornbury Hospital Sheffield, Claremont Private Hospital Shefiield and Chatsworth Suite Chesterfield.
Dr. Rached El- Youssef has over 25 years of experience in General Surgery, He graduated from the free university of Brussels in Belgium, where he received his B.Sc. in 1978, then his MD degree in 1982. Currently working in Bareen International Hospital Abu Dhabi- Mohammed Bin Zayed City
Mr Paraskeva has been pioneering the Single Incision/Port Laparoscopic Surgery (SILS) approach which is available at The Wellington Hospital. SILS is an alternative to natural orifice surgery and standard laparoscopic surgery that can be used for a range of procedures from hernia repairs to appendicectomies or cyst removals and more advanced colorectal resections for cancer. Benefits include quick recovery periods and small scarring as there is only a single hole incision rather then three. www.hcahospitals.com
Presented by Neeraj Bhasin, MD (Newly appointed Consultant Vascular Surgeon at Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust, UK). This is a reflection of Mr Bhasins own experience and approach to the Intercollegiate Exam and Consultant Interview and is not an exhaustive list a how to do it, available resources, courses, etc.
http://www.toraxmedical.co.uk/ For more information regarding the LINX System please visit the Torax Medical website. This video, courtesy of Spire Tunbridge Wells Hospital, features LINX Consultant Surgeon Nicholas Boyle and LINX patient Duncan Warmeant who underwent the chronic reflux treatment earlier this year and whose symptoms have improved considerably since then.
Book Peter McDonald for your event via NMP Live: http://www.nmplive.co.uk/peter-mcdonald Peter McDonald is a consultant gastrointestinal surgeon at Northwick Park & St. Mark's Hospital in London, with a special interest in coloproctology, laparoscopic cholecystectomy, hernia surgery, gastroscopy, colonoscopy, paediatric general surgery and emergency gastrointestinal surgery. Since 1991 has specialised in colorectal cancer and Crohn's Disease, with more than 70 scientific papers published. Peter has delivered hundreds of after dinner speeches to a wide variety of corporate dinners, clubs and medical audiences throughout the UK and Europe, and is highly revered for his observational and hilarious take on the inner sanctum of the medical world and today's NHS. His wry look at the professio...
Mr Simon Owen-Johnstone, Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon, presents Ben's story of life with a Hypermobile shoulder. We all know a Ben, some of us might even be a Ben, and this short presentation takes us on a journey of injury, diagnosis and management for the atypical Hypermobile patient. For more information on Hypermobility, please visit us at: londonorthopaedic.com/specialties/hypermobility-assessment
Mr Ghoz talks about hip replacement by the 'anterior approach method', which results in shorter recovery times, less pain for the patient and fewer post-operative restrictions. He covers inclusion and exclusion criteria, since this procedure is not for everyone, and explains that the procedure is only just beginning to be used in the UK although it is already widely employed in countries such as Switzerland, Germany, France, USA and Australia. Mr Ghoz describes the special table and other equipment necessary in carrying out the procedure and concludes by listing the benefits it offers to individuals, their employers and to hospitals.