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Ep 011 - Pediatric Surgery with Dr. Kenneth Azarow: Ian and Dr. Azarow talk peds surgery.

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Go to audibletrial.com/TUMS for a free 30-day trial membership and free audible book! COL Kenneth Azarow, MD Dr. Azarow is the Surgeon-in-Chief of Doernbecher Children’s Hospital of the Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Azarow earned his undergraduate degree from Franklin and Marshal College is 1981; his medical degree form F. Edward Herbert School of Medicine of the Uniformed Services University 1987; completed his general surgery residency at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in 1992, as well as a pediatric surgery fellowship at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Ontario in 1996. Upon completion of his fellowship, he was assigned to Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma, Washington where he was appointed as the director of the surgical research program and chief of pediatric surgery. While in the Army, he rose to become the general surgery residency director and, eventually, Chief of Surgery, and retired at the rank of Colonel in 2008 after a 25 year career in the military which saw him serve several tours in Iraq and Afghanistan and for which he received the Legion of Merit as well as dozens of other military awards. During this time, he oversaw 9 divisions, 5 residency programs, and was responsible for the smooth delivery of surgical education, research, and care during the constant movement of faculty due to the war on terrorism. From a pediatric surgery standpoint, his paper on Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia entitled ”Tale of Two Cities: The Toronto Experience” is considered a classic work in the field and has helped guide the field away from ECMO usage and towards a pulmonary protective strategy with the use of conventional ventilators in neonates. His C.V. also currently lists over 75 peer-reviewed journal citations, over 25 book chapters, and 100s of presentations and invited named lectures. Please enjoy with Dr. Kenneth Azarow!

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