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GI Grand Rounds: Nadim Mahmud MD, "Improving Surgical Risk Prediction in Patients with Cirrhosis" - Shared screen with speaker view
Ashley McPherson
23:30
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Ashley McPherson
30:51
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Ashley McPherson
46:08
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Julius Wilder
49:24
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Mitchell Mah’moud
01:02:03
Thanks for your excellent talk . For patients with cirrhosis who are undergoing dental procedures, what predictive model do you recommend?
Andrew Muir, M.D.
01:05:34
Thanks for a super talk and congrats on the work. I find these models very helpful. The decompensation and short-term risk at 30 days make sense to me. I have been less certain on how to think about the 180-day mortality given all that can happen to a patient with liver disease over 180 days. I am curious how you use the 180-day risk.
Julius Wilder
01:06:00
wont let me unmute
Yuval Patel
01:07:25
Dr. Mahmud-- master class, great work and talk. Any thoughts on looking at abdominal surgeries done at liver transplant centers / academic centers (ie, suspect you have transplant surgeons whom would have better outcomes) vs in community hospitals/small hospitals?
iPhone
01:14:32
Excellent talk and nice review of model development and performance! Thank you.