Episode 122

History of the TIPS Procedure: An Interview with Barry Uchida

with Barry Uchida and Dr. Peder Horner

BackTable, LLC (Producer). (2021, April 26). Ep. 122 – History of the TIPS Procedure: An Interview with Barry Uchida [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from https://www.backtable.com/podcasts

Interventional Radiologist Peder Horner talks with Barry Uchida about the early days at The Dotter Institute, with stories about working alongside Josef Rösch on developing the first TIPS sets, as well as working with other legends in the field including Charles Dotter, Fred Keller, and Julio Palmaz.

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Barry Uchida

Barry Uchida is a rad tech, researcher, and inventor at OHSU’s Dotter Institute in Portland, Oregon.

Dr. Peder Horner

Host Dr. Peder Horner is a practicing interventional radiologist in the Denver, CO area.

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