BackTable Vascular & Interventional

The BackTable Podcast is a resource for interventional radiologists, vascular surgeons, interventional cardiologists, and other interventional and endovascular specialists to learn tips, techniques, and the ins and outs of the devices in their cabinets. Listen on or on the streaming platform of your choice. You can also visit to browse our open access, physician-catered knowledge center for all things vascular and interventional; now featuring practice tools, procedure walkthroughs, and expert guidance on more than 40 endovascular procedures.

Ep. 84 An Interview with Dr. Ernie Ring- WAIS S...
Ep. 84 An Interview with Dr. Ernie Ring- WAIS Ser…
46 min
Ep. 83 An Interview with Dr. David Kumpe- WAIS ...
An Interview with Dr. David Kumpe- WAIS Series by BackTable
67 min
Ep. 82 An Interview with Dr. Dan Sze- WAIS Series
Ep. 82 An Interview with Dr. Dan Sze- WAIS Series…
36 min
Ep. 81 Intra-Arterial Chemotherapy for Retinobl...
In this episode, Dr. Eric Monroe joins Dr. Christopher Beck to discuss using intra-arterial chemotherapy (IAC) as a treatment for retinoblastoma. Dr. Monroe touches on how he has been using telemedicine during this time and the process of considering a patient for IAC.
38 min
Ep. 80 Making Ethics Matter with Dr. Eric Keller
In this episode, Dr. Eric Keller joins Dr. Christopher Beck to discuss medical ethics within IR. He speaks about using a bottom-up approach of applied ethics, and we examine why a combination of casuistry and virtue ethics may be helpful rather than principlism.
55 min
Ep. 79 Building a Deep Venous Program with Dr. ...
Interventional Radiologist Dr. Jeffrey Chick tells us about his deep venous practice at UW Medicine including tips on growing a collaborative, multidisciplinary venous program.
34 min
Ep. 78 Is Radioembolization a Future Option for...
Interventional Radiologists Dr. Sam Mouli from Northwestern University and Dr. Sandeep Bagla discuss new research examining Y-90 Radioembolization as a novel therapeutic option for treating prostate cancer.
30 min
Ep. 77 Endovascular AV Fistula Creation with Dr...
In this episode, Dr. Neghae Mawla joins Dr. Chris Beck to discuss endovascular AV fistula creation.
58 min
Ep. 76 Targeting the Tumor Microenvironment in ...
Interventional Radiologist Terence Gade from Penn…
27 min
Ep. 75 The Role of IR in Stroke Interventions (...
Part II of the discussion with Dr. Martin Radvany and Dr. David Sacks on the role of Interventional Radiologists in stroke interventions, including addressing training requirements and rural access to care.
45 min
Ep. 74 The Role of IR in Stroke Interventions (...
Dr. Martin Radvany and Dr. David Sacks discuss the role of Interventional Radiologists in the treatment of acute ischemic stroke, including training requirements, the multidisciplinary team approach, and ways to improve patient access to high quality care.
56 min
Ep. 73 Iliocaval Stenting with Dr. Gerry O'Sull...
Interventional Radiologist Dr. Gerry O'Sullivan shares his experiences with Iliocaval stenting in post-thrombotic patients, including pearls and pitfalls and the "Aiming for the bottom corner" technique.
47 min
Ep. 72 Uterine Fibroid Embolizations in the OBL...
John Lipman, MD discusses UFE practice building, patient workup, and embolization technique in his dedicated Women's interventional practice, Atlanta Interventional Institute.
50 min
Ep. 71 Building a MedEd platform with Dr. Sarel...
We talk with Interventional Radiologist Sarel Gaur about what inspired his #medEd #YouTube channel, where his topics come from, and tips for success for others.
27 min
Ep. 70 CO2 Angiography with Dr. James Caridi
In this episode, Dr. James Caridi joins Dr. Christopher Beck to discuss the benefits of using CO2 for an angiography as well as some important tips for proper use.
51 min
Ep. 69 Retrograde Pedal Access with Dr. Jim Mel...
Dr. Jim Melton and Dr. Blake Parsons discuss the benefits of retrograde pedal access in the treatment of PAD, as well as the team approach of their outpatient CardioVascular Health Clinic , which includes Vascular Surgery, Interventional Radiology, and Interventional Cardiology working together as partners for better patient care.
51 min
Ep. 68 RF Ablation Therapy for Bone Metastases ...
Dr. Jason Levy and Dr. Sandeep Bagla discuss pall…
40 min
Ep. 67 Locoregional Therapies for Bridging to T...
Interventional Radiologist Dr. Alex Kim and Dr. C…
46 min
Ep. 66 Treatment of Endoleaks (Part II) with Dr...
Dr. Sabeen Dhand and Dr. Saher Sabri discuss their various approaches to treating Type 2 Endoleaks.
33 min
Ep. 65 Treatment of Endoleaks (Part I) with Dr....
Dr. Sabeen Dhand talks with Dr. Saher Sabri about diagnosis and treatment of Endoleaks after EVAR placement. This is part one of a two part series on Endoleaks.
28 min
Ep. 64 Bridging to Transplant for HCC with Dr. ...
Transplant Surgeon Dr. Jennifer Berumen and Inter…
50 min
Ep. 63 IR Identity and Turf Wars with Dr. Eric ...
Dr. Eric J. Keller from Stanford Medicine Department of Radiology provides insight from his studies on the IR Identity, as well as his research on perceived turf wars between specialties.
50 min
Ep. 62 Protect Yourself Before You Wreck Yourse...
Special guest Dr. Mina Makary from The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center discusses the need for better awareness and protection from the serious harmful effects of chronic low dose radiation, which can sometimes require change in institutional culture. An extremely important occupational health issue!
25 min
Ep. 61 Physician Burnout with Dr. Jeff Chick an...
Dr. Jeffrey Chick and Dr. Jacob Bundy discuss the results of their recent study in April JVIR on rates and major contributors to Physician Burnout in IR, how they compare to other specialties, and how to prevent it in your own career.
32 min
Ep. 60 Building a Limb Salvage Program with Dr....
CLI fighters Sabeen Dhand and Jihad A. Mustapha discuss the essentials of building a successful Limb Salvage program, including the importance of a multidisciplinary approach, broadening skill sets such as pedal access, and meticulous patient follow up.
48 min