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Introduction to IVC Filter Retrieval
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This video demonstrates the procedural steps involved in the retrieval of an infrarenal Argon Option IVC filter. This educational video discusses the purpose of IVC filters as well as indications and contraindications for placement and retrieval. Authors: Alexander M. Moushey1; H. Alexander Chen1; Fabian Laage Gaupp, MD2; Todd Schlachter, MD2 1Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT 2Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, Division of Interventional Radiology, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT

Introduction to Tunneled Venous Infusion Catheter (Hickman) Placement
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This video demonstrates the procedural steps involved in the placement of a Hickman brand tunneled venous infusion catheter. Authors: Alexander M. Moushey1; Junaid Raja2; Fabian Laage Gaupp, MD2; Melih Arici, MD2 1Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT 2Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, Division of Interventional Radiology, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT

Introduction to Port-a-Cath Venous Infusion Catheter Placement
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This video demonstrates the procedural steps involved in the placement of a Port-a-Cath venous infusion catheter. Authors: Alexander M. Moushey1; David S. Kirwin1; Fabian Laage Gaupp, MD2; Jessica Lee, MD2 1Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT 2Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, Division of Interventional Radiology, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT

Introduction to Tunneled Hemodialysis Catheter (Permacath) Placement
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This video demonstrates the procedural steps involved in the placement of a Permacath tunneled hemodialysis catheter. Authors: Alexander M. Moushey1; David S. Kirwin1; Michael Chorney, MD2; Fabian Laage Gaupp, MD2 1Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT 2Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, Division of Interventional Radiology, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT

Augmented Reality In A Hybrid Or For Pulmonary Nodule Localization And Thoracoscopic Resection - Feasibility Of A Novel Technique
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from the APSA 2018 Annual Meeting proceedings AUGMENTED  REALITY IN A HYBRID OR FOR PULMONARY NODULE LOCALIZATION AND THORACOSCOPIC RESECTION - FEASIBILITY  OF A NOVEL TECHNIQUE John M. Racadio,  MD, Meera Kotagal, MD, Nicole A. Hilvert, RT(R)(VI), Andrew M. Racadio, BS, Daniel von Allmen, MD. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, USA. Purpose:  To assess the feasibility of utilizing a novel technique of augmented reality on a hybrid operating  room C-arm system  for image-guided localization and thoracoscopic resection of pulmonary  nodules. Methods: After obtaining IACUC approval,  silicone pulmonary  nodules were created and subsequently localized in a swine model in our research lab equipped as a hybrid operating room. Four optical cameras embedded in a C-arm system  allowed video co- registration  with a C-arm cone  beam  CT. Skin marker fiducials allowed for optical tracking and motion compensation. An integrated navigation system  enabled optically guided nodule localization without the need  for fluoroscopy,  thus reducing  radiation exposure. The optical augmented reality navigation was used  to both create and localize nodules. Localization was performed with microcoils. Thoracoscopic resection of the nodules was accomplished using direct visualization and fluoroscopic guidance. Results: As demonstrated in the video, realistic pulmonary  nodules were created and imaged  using the C-arm cone  beam  CT and an optical/image guidance system  to direct placement. Lesions  were accurately localized using optical/image guidance, enabling placement of microcoils  at the nodules.  Combined  thoracoscopic and fluoroscopic guidance allowed accurate wedge  resection of the nodules. Conclusions: Injection of silicone creates a realistic pulmonary  nodule  model. Image guidance using emerging  technology combining radiographic and optical imaging is effective in creating  and localizing pulmonary  nodules.  Real-time imaging combined with thoracoscopic visualization facilitates wedge  resection of nodules marked  with microcoils. The hybrid operating  room simplifies the radiographic localization and resection of pulmonary  nodules by eliminating the need  to move the patient from radiology to the operating  room. A collaborative approach combining the skill sets  and technologies of Interventional Radiology and Surgery  offers new opportunities for image guided  surgery.

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Sudhen B. Desai, MD, FSIR
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Baylor College of Medicine
  • Department of Interventional Radiology  

Dr. Desai earned his Doctorate of Medicine with Distinction in Research and Alpha Omega Alpha honors from Albany Medical College, after completing the six-year BS/MD program in conjunction with Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. During his latter years of medical school, he was selected as a scholar of the Clinical Research Training Program at the National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health, a clinical fellowship geared towards the development of translational researchers. He then went on to residency at Stanford University (General Surgery) and UCSF (Diagnostic Radiology), followed by fellowship in Vascular and Interventional Radiology at Northwestern University. He was a private practice adult Interventional and Diagnostic Radiologist for ten years.  In July 2016, he returned to fellowship for an advanced training year with a focus on Pediatric Interventional Radiology, at Children’s Hospital of Boston. Subsequently, he joined Baylor College of Medicine (Houston, TX), on the staff at Texas Children’s Hospital.  He currently provides interventional care to adult and pediatric patients.

In his time outside of the clinic, he serves as a consultant to multiple established and start-up medical companies (TVA Medical, Exit BD/Bard 2018), Scientific Advisor to Santé Ventures (Austin, TX) and Chief Editor for Interventional Radiology CSurgeries.com.  Previously he was an invited advisor to the Rice University Jones School of Business (Technology Entrepreneurship). He was a member of the Advisory Council for the Masters in Clinical Translation Management at the St. Thomas (Houston, TX) University Cameron School of Business as well.  He has been appointed to multiple committees for the Society of Interventional Radiology and has lectured at multiple SIR annual meetings. He is the Chief Editor for IR Quarterly, a distribution of the SIR.

As Past-President/Founder of the Houston chapter of the Society of Physician Entrepreneurs, and a Member of the SoPE International Board of Directors, Dr. Desai works to engage physicians interested in innovation and idea development, as well as to provide mechanisms and insights to assist early-stage companies in tackling the many challenges to successful exits.

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