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  • Day in the Life: Heart Surgeon

    4:17

    Get a glimpse into the life of heart surgeon, Paul Massimiano, MD, as he takes us through a day of minimally invasive heart surgery.

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  • A Day in the Life of a Cardiac Surgeon

    6:33

    Join cardiac surgeon Leonard Y. Lee, MD, Professor of Surgery, James W. Mackenzie, M.D. Endowed Chair; Chair, Department of Surgery, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School; Chief, Surgical Service, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, NJ, as he performs minimally-invasive heart valve replacements and a quadruple bypass during a typical day of surgery.

    Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital is New Jersey’s largest academic medical center, at the forefront of cardiac innovation. Whoever your heart beats for, our hearts beat for you. To schedule an appointment with one of New Jersey’s top cardiac specialists, visit

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  • So You Want to Be a CARDIOTHORACIC SURGEON Ep. 13

    11:45

    So you want to be a cardiothoracic surgeon. You like the idea of open heart surgery and the glory that comes with being a CT surgeon. Let’s debunk the public perception myths of what it means to be a cardiothoracic surgeon, and give it to you straight. This is the reality of cardiothoracic surgery.

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    TIME STAMPS:
    00:41 - What is Cardiothoracic Surgery?
    04:08 - How to Become a Cardiothoracic Surgeon
    06:29 - Subspecialties within Cardiothoracic Surgery
    07:49 - What You’ll Love About Cardiothoracic Surgery
    09:10 - What You Won’t Love About Cardiothoracic Surgery
    10:04 - Should You Become a Cardiothoracic Surgeon?

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  • A Day in the Life of a Vascular Surgery Resident

    9:01

    Video created to show what a vascular surgery resident does during training at Mayo Clinic.

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  • DAY IN THE LIFE OF A DOCTOR: CARDIOLOGY

    11:05

    Join me for a day in the life of a doctor during my cardiology rotation! See the cardiac critical care unit, join the medical team for rounds, and listen to discussions about patient care. Plus you will get to see real heart ultrasounds and angiogram images of the heart blood vessels!

    THANK YOU to the nurses, pharmacist and medical team for participating in the video. And a special thank you to the patients who allowed us to share their medical images - your generosity and desire to educate/help others means so much!

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  • Heart Surgeon Interview | Day in the Life, Cardiac Surgery Residency Match, Best + Worst Part

    28:49

    TIMESTAMPS
    00:16 What is cardiothoracic or heart surgery + what are the most common cases you see as a cardiac surgeon?
    01:25 Is cardiac surgery a subspecialty of general surgery?
    02:38 Endovascular surgery and heart surgery subspecialties
    03:22 General cardiac surgery vs subspecialties
    04:41 What’s a typical day in your life + how does that change over the week?
    06:07 How many hours of sleep do you get?
    06:21 How do you perform at a high level with low sleep / sleep deprivation?
    07:34 Do you have time for nonclinical work like research, policy work, etc.?
    08:32 Why did you choose to specialize in cardiac surgery & what motivates you to work as hard as you do?
    09:35 What personality types are a best fit for cardiac surgery? Should you become a heart surgeon?
    11:49 What’s the most challenging aspect of heart surgery?
    12:38 How do you establish a work life balance and prevent burnout?
    13:17 How to make a family work as a heart surgeon? When should you have kids as a surgeon?
    14:13 What is the most rewarding aspect of heart surgery?
    14:55 What are misconceptions about heart surgery? Are the stereotypes true?
    16:31 How to match into a heart surgery residency or fellowship program? How to become a cardiac / cardiovascular / cardiothoracic surgeon?
    18:40 What employment types or practice settings are there for heart surgeons? Locum tenens, private practice, etc
    20:05 What changes do you see in medicine in the future (next few decades)?
    21:16 How well are heart surgeons compensated relatively and compared to other specialties?
    22:16 How to maximize income or earn more money as a cardiac surgeon?
    23:52 How do you stay on top of all the advances in medicine in your field?
    25:13 Is stress tolerance something innate or developed?
    27:05 Would you choose the same career path again? Is there anything you’d change?
    28:02 How do we become good doctors?

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  • Day-in-the-Life: Cardiology - Pavan Malur, MD

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  • A Day in The Life of a Cardiothoracic Surgeon!

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    In this weeks video Dr Kunduzi explores a typical day in the life of a cardiothoracic surgeon. Find out what it entails to becoming a leading surgeon in this highly competitive field, the struggles as well as the joys. He also uncovers the difficulties women face when pursuing surgery.

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    00:44: Introduction
    01:40: What did you do after FY2 Training?
    03:18: What do you enjoy most about being a Cardiothoracic Surgeon?
    04:02: What are the things you least enjoy about the job?
    04:50: Daily Routine
    07:50: Women in Surgery
    10:05: Advice for Female students and doctors who want to pursue surgery
    11:35: Ethnic Background
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  • Cardiothoracic Surgery Integrated Residency at Penn Medicine

    6:08

    Learn about the training program in Cardiothoracic Surgery Integrated Residency at Penn Medicine from current residents and faculty members. With our long standing tradition in excellence, we continually strive to create an educational environment that maximizes the surgical trainees’ academic potential. We are committed to recruiting highly qualified applicants of diverse backgrounds that resonate with the institution’s mission of excellence. We strive to cultivate an environment of talented residents, faculty, and staff with varied cultures and perspectives that reflect our surrounding Philadelphia community. With the changing landscape of healthcare, we intend to train future leaders in surgery, who are sensitive to differences in race, gender, religion, and sexual orientation.

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  • What drives cardiac surgeon?

    2:38

    Interview of a danish cardiothoracic surgeon. Watch it and understand what makes cardiac surgeon job great and how impactful is it on people lifes. He contributes to save life every day.

  • Britains Leading Heart Surgeon On His Career | This Morning

    5:14

    Professor Steve Westaby shares how his dedication to his career lead to many breakthrough and thousands of saved lives.

  • Lung & Heart Surgeon Interview | Cardiothoracic + Thoracic Surgery, Day in the Life, Residency, Etc

    24:46

    TIMESTAMPS (Cardiothoracic surgery / thoracic surgeon [heart / lung surgeon])
    00:31 What is cardiothoracic surgery and what are the subspecialties (thoracic surgery, cardiac surgery, etc)? Heart and lung surgery, also general surgery. He also goes into some common cases.
    01:12 What are the most common cases in heart surgery and lung surgery?
    02:09 Cardiothoracic lung surgeon specialist overlap with general surgery
    02:24 Why did you choose cardiothoracic surgery and thoracic surgery to specialize in? (Why heart & lung surgery, and lung surgery in particular?)
    03:39 What is a typical day in your life as a general thoracic surgeon? (lung surgeon)
    04:49 What are your call shifts like? How long are they and do you have to be in the hospital the whole time? Home call, etc
    5:45 How is the cardiothoracic surgeon lifestyle different than other specialties?
    06:48 Do you do non clinical work? How do you recommend new surgeons pursue non-clinical opportunities? (mentoring, research, law, policy, etc)
    08:19 What are the most challenging & rewarding aspects of cardiothoracic and thoracic surgery? (the best and worst parts of being a heart & lung surgeon)
    09:26 Are there certain individuals or personality types best suited to be a heart or lung surgeon?
    11:02 How to become a cardiothoracic surgeon? How to match into a good general surgery residency & cardiothoracic fellowship? Direct cardiothoracic surgery programs? (how to become a heart and/or lung surgeon)
    12:45 What employment types and practice settings can CT surgeons / thoracic surgeons work in? Private practice, big groups, Kaiser, locum tenens, etc.
    13:55 How well are CT surgeons compensated and how can they increase their income? How much money do they make relative to other specialties and how can they earn more money?
    15:27 How do you stay on top of all the medical and tech advances in cardiothoracic and thoracic surgery?
    16:36 How do you avoid burnout?
    18:05 Do you have any advice for establishing a better work life balance?
    19:12 What are some advances in medicine or CT surgery you expect in the next few decades that you are excited about?
    20:56 Would you choose the same career or specialty again? Do you have any regrets?
    21:51 How do we become good doctors?

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  • Vanderbilt Cardiac Surgeon Operates on Father and Son

    3:22

    Ken Dannemiller and his son, Scott, share a love of family and time spent together. They also share a condition that landed them in Vanderbilt operating rooms just weeks apart. This is a story of how one life-saving surgery led to another and why it’s important to know your family health history.

  • So You Want to Be a CARDIOLOGIST Ep. 3

    11:38

    So You Want to be a Cardiologist. Here's how to become a heart doctor, also known as a cardiologist, including the training in medical school, residency, and fellowship, but also the sub-specializations within cardiology and the realities of being a practicing cardiologist.

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    02:11 - How to Become a Cardiologist
    03:31 - What’s it like being a Cardiologist
    06:34 - Pay/Compensation
    06:57 - Things I Love About Cardiology
    08:54 - Things I Don’t Love About Cardiology
    09:33 - What I Wish I Knew Before Becoming a Cardiologist

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  • Night Shift On Trauma Surgery During COVID | VLOG: Day in the Life of a Surgery Resident

    15:24

    Back by popular demand! Another hospital vlog giving you an inside look into night shift while on trauma surgery. Trauma surgery is an intense but really exciting service that is completely unpredictable especially at a level one trauma center. Although the day is always busy, the nights is when things are the most intense. I have the utmost respect for trauma surgeons because it's exhausting and sometimes terrifying but of course incredibly rewarding because you SAVE LIVES almost everyday. What an amazing job! Tune in to watch what ONE night shift looks like.

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  • Life as a Paediatric-Cardiothoracic Surgeon - Professor Martin Elliott

    2:03

    In this interview, Professor Martin Elliott describes his life as a surgeon specialising in the hearts and lungs of children , what it’s like to be responsible for the life and wellbeing of his young patients. This topic will be of central importance to his upcoming series of lectures as Gresham Professor Martin Elliott is the latest Gresham Professor of Physic. Information on his ongoing series of free public lectures is available here: More information on Professor Elliott can be found here: Gresham College has been giving free public lectures since 1597. This tradition continues today with all of our five or so public lectures a week being made available for free download from our website. There are currently over 1,600 lectures free to access or download from the website. Website: Twitter: Facebook:

  • Day in the life - Neurosurgeon on call

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    Ever wondered what a day in the life of a neurosurgeon on call is like? Join us for the 28 hour on-call with a neurosurgery resident in a UK major trauma centre and feel free to pop us any questions in the comments section!

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  • Day In The Life: Heart Surgeon

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  • Vascular Surgery: Day in the Life of a Doctor

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  • Cardiac Surgery Tour

    3:20

    Are you preparing for cardiac surgery? Follow University of Maryland Medical Center nurse practitioner Melanie Muller during a walk through the hospital so you know what to expect on the day of your surgery.

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  • Day in the life of a Trauma Surgeon

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  • 26 Hour Call Shift CARDIOLOGY: Day in the life of a DOCTOR

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    Hi - I'm a 2nd year internal medicine resident doctor! Join me for a 24 hour cardiology call shift vlogging in the hospital! Find out what happens when a patient has a heart attack and needs a stent placed to open up the blockage. Code blue, rapid heart rates, constrictive tamponade and more... all in one night!!

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  • Repairing the Heart | Cardiothoracic Surgery

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    I’m essentially taking care of the baby right now to give them 60 or 70 or 80 years of life so I have to perform my best every time. Every single time. That is a commitment that I have to the parents.

    The highest standard. That’s what cardiothoracic surgeon Sergio Carrillo demands of himself every time he steps into the OR. Dr. Carrillo and his Heart Center team at Nationwide Children’s Hospital treat patients with congenital heart disease with the simplest to the most complex procedures.

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  • Meet Canadas first Inuk cardiac surgeon: Donna May

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    Not only is Donna the first Inuk heart surgeon in Canada, but this 30-year old is one of only a handful of female cardiac surgeons to do a residency at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute. In an area dominated by males (89%), Donna didn't let anything get in her way of becoming the incredible surgeon she knew she was destined to be at just six years old.

  • Salary of AIIMS Cardiac Surgeon | Cardiologist | Dr Amir AIIMS

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  • Life Of a Cardiologist - How to Become a Cardiologist with Dr Tilak Suvarna #ChetChat

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    A Day in a Heart Surgeon's Life | How to Become a Cardiologist? with Dr Tilak Suvarna who talks about the life of a cardiologist and a day in a heart surgeon life, how to become a cardiologist and a day in the life of a cardiologist, detailed guidance on how to become cardiologist and how to become a doctor in india with clear strategies on how to be a cardiologist in india.

    Some of the questions answered in the video are

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    2. What should MBBS students keep in mind if they want to pursue this specialty
    3. What kind of research should they do or other experience they should gain that will help them succeed
    4. Is it important to do an MD in cardiology? You did an MD in Internal medicine and a DNB in cardiology. What other specialties could they take up in their MD to get to this route e.g. general medicine? Paediatrics?
    5. Within the broad field of cardiology, which are the specialisations available and which one would you recommend for them to take up – e.g. you took up interventional cardiology,
    6. Talk about the life of a cardiologist, especially in the early days? How does it differ from other specialties?
    7. Tell us about your own journey in this field
    8. What would you say are the pros and cons of being in this specialty
    9. What is your view on studying in India vs studying abroad in the field of medicine

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  • How to Become a Cardiothoracic Surgeon

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  • Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgeon - Peter D. Wearden, MD, PhD, Nemours Cardiac Center Florida

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  • Beyond Mastery: How a Heart Surgeon Found His Own Heart | Paul Fedak | TEDxCalgary

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    What can someone doing heart surgery teach the rest of us? Dr. Paul Fedak delivers a talk that offers a rare glimpse into the process of becoming of a cardiac surgeon. He explores with humour, humility and humanity what it means perform at peak performance, when literal lives hang in the balance.
    Non heart surgeons will be inspired by his story. The UFO procedure he describes is a masterclass on how to blend together heart, mind and skill, in any endeavour, and a unique example of leadership in the face of uncertainty. Those looking to navigate towards peak performance in their own work individually or within their organization, in uncertain times will find this talk focused on mastery particularly helpful. This talk received a standing ovation at TEDxCalgary on Nov 3 2018.

    A cardiac surgeon and scientist at the University of Calgary, Dr. Fedak is committed to the innovation and translation of new surgical therapies for patients with advanced heart disease. He has pioneered several novel surgical techniques, and leads a collaborative research effort with Northwestern University to better understand risk prediction around heart disease. A cardiac surgeon and scientist at the University of Calgary, Dr. Paul Fedak is committed to the innovation and translation of new surgical therapies for patients with advanced heart disease. He has pioneered several novel surgical techniques, and leads a collaborative research effort with Northwestern University to better understand risk prediction around heart disease. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

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  • The Worlds Best Heart Surgeon on How to Save the NHS | This Morning

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  • Why Dr. Bradley Taylor Loves Being a Cardiac Surgeon

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    Bradley Taylor, MD, MPH, loves seeing a patient's heart improve the moment they leave the operating room. Dr. Taylor remembers his grandmother going through heart surgery and how much she improved, and he loves being able to give the opportunity to his patients.

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  • Vishal Khullar, M.B.B.S.: Cardiovascular Surgeon – Mayo Clinic

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    Dr. Vishal Khullar joined the department of Cardiovascular Surgery at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota in 2018. He completed his residency training in cardiovascular and thoracic surgery from Bombay Hospital and Medical Research Center, Mumbai, India. He continued his training in advanced cardiovascular surgery at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, and sub-specialization training in advanced aortic surgery, heart/lung transplantation and mechanical circulatory support at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, OH. Dr. Khullar has unique skills and interest in heart/lung transplantation, mechanical circulatory support, and complex re-operative cardiac surgery.

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  • Avery Tooles Open-Heart Surgery at Boston Childrens Hospital

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  • Dr. Jennifer Nelson—Nemours Pediatric Heart Surgeon, Orlando

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  • Renowned Pediatric Cardiac Surgeon, Edward Bove, MD to Work Collaboratively with JDCHospital

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    Edward Bove, MD is known to many of his patients as a compassionate doctor with an international reputation of someone who rises to the challenge of complicated heart cases.

    For the pediatric cardiac surgeons who have trained under him, Dr. Bove, cardiac surgeon at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital and Chair of the Department of Cardiac Surgery at University of Michigan Health System, is an invaluable mentor and an innovator in the area of congenital heart disease.

    Now, his clinical expertise and prowess in program development will fuse with Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital's cadre of pediatric heart surgeons and physicians to take the hospital's Heart Institute to next level.

    For years, we have been assembling a pediatric cardiac team like no other in South Florida, employing some of the best physicians and surgeons in the country, to offer an array of services that cover the spectrum of cardiac diseases in children and heart transplantion, said Frank Scholl, MD, Chief of Pediatric Cardiac Surgery and Surgical Director of Pediatric Cardiac Transplant at Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital. Dr. Bove's collaboration and expertise in program development will help us further construct and expand the program, while we continue to align our talented medical staff.

    While still a practicing pediatric cardiac surgeon and Chair of Cardiac Surgery at University of Michigan, Dr. Bove has started collaboration in a mentorship capacity with physicians at Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital Heart Institute, where he will also scrub in for highly intricate cardiac cases. He will review the program and advise on changes to help innovate and enhance its current structure.

    Having had the opportunity to lead the pediatric cardiac surgery program at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital for many years, I can step in with enough experience to help reorganize a bit, bring on new talent where additional expertise is needed and assist them with very complex cases, said Dr. Bove, who has a national and international reputation in cardiac surgery with a focus on congenital heart disease. I see in Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital a congenital heart program and a children's hospital poised for world-class status. There is a lot of great talent here.

    With a humble and friendly demeanor, Dr. Bove is known to guide cardiac teams with poise and confidence and cardiac programs with vision and strategy. He is credited for bringing international recognition to the University of Michigan's pediatric cardiac program, and has been profiled for performing more than 10,000 life-saving cardiac surgeries in his career.

    Yet, among his many roles as physician, surgeon and administrator, he finds his position as mentor to be the most rewarding of his career.

    I enjoy teaching; I get a kick at seeing my students do a great job in the operating room and the contributions they provide when they operate, he said.

    In fact, his mentorship position with Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital Heart Institute will reunite him with one of his pupils, Pediatric Cardiac Surgeon Steven Bibevski MD, Ph.D., who trained under his tutelage at Michigan. The connection of Drs. Bibevski and Bove is only one example of the academic pedigree and caliber of the cardiac team at Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital. Dr. Scholl worked at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, where he performed congenital heart surgery and transplantation, as surgical director of the heart transplantation and cardiac assist device program, prior to joining Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital.

    As a pediatric hospital that is part of Memorial Healthcare System, Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital offers the foundation to care for congenital heart patients throughout their lives. For years, the team has offered children the life-saving technology to bridge to transplant through the use of a cardiac assist device, known as the Berlin Heart. Since they established the Pediatric Cardiac Transplant program in 2010, the team has successfully performed 14 heart transplants with all patients doing well post operation.

    Having someone of Dr. Bove's character and reputation providing his counsel and guidance will help us focus on areas that will give the program further substance, while developing specific niche programs that will thrust Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital into true world-class status, Dr. Scholl said.

    Dr. Bove says he is convinced Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital Heart Institute has the right formula and mix of talent to be among the best programs in the country.

    We all have ways of comparing how we do versus other major centers. Achieving better outcomes in terms of mortality is essential, but it goes beyond that, Dr. Bove said. It's pushing the envelope and innovating. World class programs invent new ways of doing things, what others have not been able to see. Innovation separates world class.

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