Theatre / Operating Room

Theatre or Operating Room is where most surgeons feel their best and worst. It is the place that operations happen, learning occurs and where we spend most of our time. Posts in this “area” will cover everything from technical tips to evidence based discussions around which technique to use.

Cryoablation for Postoperative Pain Control after the Nuss Procedure for Pectus Excavatum

Cryoablation for Postoperative Pain Control after the Nuss Procedure for Pectus Excavatum Jonathan Bucan, MD¹ and Nathan M Novotny, MD¹’² ...
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Not All Free Air in the NICU is Necrotizing Enterocolitis

Not All Free Air in the NICU is Necrotizing Enterocolitis Paul Holtrop MD1, Paras Khandhar MD1, and Nathan Novotny MD1, ...
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what’s our vector Victor

What’s our vector, Victor?

What’s our vector, Victor? Most surgical trainees look at their Chief and think, “Damn, you’re old,” because, in the middle ...
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energy options

Energy Options in Minimally Invasive Pediatric Surgery

Energy options in minimally invasive pediatric surgery Since the advent of laparoscopic surgery in the early 1980s by gynecologists, we ...
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