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Alberta Health Services says a woman considered dead for 30 minutes was brought back to life by doctors using a new device for what's believed to have been the first time in Canada.
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Dr. Tara Graham is the current Chief of Vascular and Interventional Radiology at Trillium Health Partners and Lecturer at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine. She completed her Interventional Radiology training at University Health Network in Toronto in 2013 and has served on the CAIR board since 2014. Her practice includes Interventional Oncology, peripheral vascular disease and aortic interventions. She is the current President of CAIR and Scientific Director of the CAIR meeting.
Cole and Jacquie have been encouraged to use humour as much as possible given the excellent sense of humour of our reader(s). When possible they will make fun of the interventional radiologists they work with, mostly implying that we are always busy doing non-work related things. This may or may not be true.
I heard a rumour of a new state of the art Siemens Angio suite in the works out east and wanted to get the details for everyone we know relies on the CAIR Express for their IR news. I found my way to Dr. Ruairi Meagher (someone gave me his email), who was kind enough to answer some questions.
Hosted by Dr. Jason Wong and Dr. Amol Mujoomdar via Zoom, this second meeting will take place on September 30, 2020 at 8:00 PM EST and include presentations from Interventional Radiologists from across Canada. Each presentation will be followed by a discussion (15 min/case).