Videos

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​September 0​5, 2012

Helicopter rushes woman to hospital on couple's anniversary cruise

The first sign of trouble was her right toe going numb, then pain. The ship's doctor made the diagnosis. She said, "You've got a clot in your leg and you've got to get off this ship immediately." Learn more about UW Medicine's Ben Starnes and how he saved Sarah Davis' life.

​April 01, 2011

Cutting Edge Vascular Surgery

UW doctors explain the cutting edge vascular surgery procedures pioneered by surgeons at Harborview.

​March 10, 2009

Saving Your Life: Medical Miracles and Heroes, Part 1

Technological breakthroughs and hybrid approaches to repairing abdominal aortic and brain aneurysms can mean the difference between life and death. These emergent, life-threatening conditions have been successfully treated by UW Medicine physicians who are leading the way surgically repairing these once devastating anomalies. University of Washington professors Drs. Joann G. Elmore, Laligam Sekhar, Hugh M. Foy and Benjamin W. Starnes explore the topic in the second half of this two-part program.

​March 10, 2009

Saving Your Life: Medical Miracles and Heroes, Part 2

Technological breakthroughs and hybrid approaches to repairing abdominal aortic and brain aneurysms can mean the difference between life and death. These emergent, life-threatening conditions have been successfully treated by UW Medicine physicians who are leading the way surgically repairing these once devastating anomalies. University of Washington professors Drs. Joann G. Elmore, Laligam Sekhar, Hugh M. Foy and Benjamin W. Starnes explore the topic in the first half of this two-part program.

​September 23, 2003

New Horizons in Venous Insufficiency

Drs. Torrance Andrews and Mark Meissner, who have a combined expertise in clinical assessment, non-invasive evaluation, and surgical management of patients with a variety of vascular problems, focus this lecture on the latest diagnosis and treatment for varicose veins of the leg​