Behind the curtain - Through the window
New Video (For Students and Young Surgeons)
AVR through a manubrium only incision This is a very interesting presentation on a Mini AVR using only an incision through the manubrium and coming out in the 2nd intercostal space. Courtesy: SCTS University.
Ross Operation with the Root Replacement Technique (Part-1) (Part-2) (Part-3)
CSiI Round Table: For Students and Surgeons
Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgical Videos
Operative Videos (External Links)
Here is a collections of some useful cardiovascular and thoracic operative videos for students and young surgeons. More.......
CSiI Open Learning Venture Commitment: "This Site shall remain "open access" till March 31st 2013, after which curriculum based teaching sections will become subscription based with password protection. Till then there is no need to ask for password." CSiI Admin
Master Reviewer Opportunity: CSiI Open Learning Venture invites passionate academics to volunteer for the reviewing both basic science and clinical research manuscripts by students and young surgeons in India to help raise the standards of scientific literature published from and in India.
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Everyday Utilities 4-U
We all are not only surgeons but also have family and other personal needs and commitments. Our responsibilities make us search things to ensure that we fulfil our personal, social and family commitments in quickest possible manner. Links provided on this page are carefully selected for your use, in order to save alot of your time and hassle. Make the best of use and let us know, if you have any suggestion for everyones use. Go to the page.....
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I know that many of you like the site and often use it for your educational and other intended use. However, you can also help your younger colleagues, cardiac surgeon friends and also your trainees and students. Spreading the word about the site won't cost you anything but will help our community at large in the long run. So please join-in and spread the word across. You may do it through your FB network, emails and even word of mouth will go a long way. Best wishes and regards. Prof Nirmal Gupta