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The History of Interventional Radiology

The HIstory Channel for IR.

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Kumpe, Krol, Dake, Ring, Palmaz and Uchida!. Hear the stories from the Legends themselves.

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Ep 83 WAIS Series: An Interview with Dr. David Kumpe with Dr. David Kumpe and Dr. Peder Horner
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WAIS Series: An Interview with Dr. David Kumpe

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WAIS Series: An Interview with Dr. David Kumpe

Dr. Peder Horner interviews luminary Dr. David Kumpe about his long career in IR, including how he got "hooked" on the field, and the early days of Angioplasty and Neurointerventional. In honor of the 50th anniversary of Western Angiographic & Interventional Society.

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Ep 84 WAIS Series: An Interview with Dr. Ernie Ring with Dr. Ernie Ring and Dr. Maureen Kohi
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WAIS Series: An Interview with Dr. Ernie Ring

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WAIS Series: An Interview with Dr. Ernie Ring

Dr. Maureen Kohi interviews her longtime mentor Dr. Ernie Ring about how he got started in IR, including his first TIPS, and the innovations that followed. In honor of the 50th anniversary of Western Angiographic & Interventional Society.

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Ep 105 A Career of Innovation with Dr. Michael Dake
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A Career of Innovation

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A Career of Innovation

Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) President Dr. Michael Dake tells us stories of the Aortic and Endovascular Innovations he participated in throughout various stages in his career.

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Ep 114 Origin Story of the Palmaz Stent with Dr. Julio Palmaz
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Origin Story of the Palmaz Stent

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Origin Story of the Palmaz Stent

Dr. Julio Palmaz talks with Dr. Bryan Hartley about where he got the idea for the first commercially-available vascular stent, how he developed it working in his garage, and persevered despite repeated rejections to take it to market. Don't miss this one!

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Ep 122 History of the TIPS Procedure: An Interview with Barry Uchida with Barry Uchida and Dr. Peder Horner
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History of the TIPS Procedure: An Interview with Barry Uchida

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History of the TIPS Procedure: An Interview with Barry Uchida

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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Ep 224 The Legends: An Interview with Dr. Kathy Krol with Dr. Kathy Krol
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The Legends: An Interview with Dr. Kathy Krol

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The Legends: An Interview with Dr. Kathy Krol

In this episode, host Dr. Mary Costantino interviews Dr. Kathy Krol, interventional radiologist and former SIR president about the evolution of interventional radiology, her various leadership roles, and the growth of women in IR.

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