Many EMPLOYMENT Opportunities!

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There are several opportunities available for perfusionists looking for a chaange of pace, a new environment, the first step into a fantastic carreer, or a fresh start.

Check below for doors that you can open if you choose :)

Frank

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PERFUSION.COM CAREERS

Perfusion.com, Inc. is a Joint Commission certified perfusion company owned and operated by practicing clinical perfusionists. We occupy a unique niche in the perfusion industry encompassing the roles of clinical service provider, marketing company, product manufacturer and software developer. We are always seeking out the best and brightest current and future leaders for employment opportunities within our company. If you believe that you fit the mold, please feel free to contact us to discuss your future.


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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

1. Clinical Perfusionist Cape Girardeau, Missouri, US
2. Clinical Perfusionist Fort Myers, Florida, US
3. Clinical Perfusionist Winchester, Virginia, US
4. Chief Perfusionist Pikeville, Kentucky, US
5. Traveling Perfusionist East Coast, US

If you may be interested in any of our recent employment opportunities, please contact us.

Sincerely,

Perfusion.com HR
Phone: 888-499-5672 ext. 101
employment@perfusion.com
www.perfusion.com/services

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PICU Nursing: Honing Your ECMO Skills

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So I was @ Women’s & Children’s Hospital – here in West Texas, doing some platelet gel cases, when I decided to drop by the PICU to visit friends I hadn’t seen in awhile.

The PICU staff was pretty thin- so I asked where everybody was- and found out they were conducting an ECMO wet lab today- and I decided to drop in…

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Hello Wet LAB !!!

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This PICU nursing team is highly skilled, and we have shared many many bad situations together (with good outcomes), and some truly inspiring patient recoveries.

The above picture is in black & white for a reason:  ECMO trouble shooting and situations are NEVER just black and white decisions.

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Topping the list is Marty (the ECMO coordinator) from whose clinical expertise  I have learned an amazing amount regarding ECMO management.

She is seen here- demonstrating how to use a hand crank in the event of a massive pump/rollerhead failure :(

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Mona– a super-educator who has shared some serious time with me in the trenches.

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Midge–  An ECMO coordinator who watches her (subordinates/students/newbies) like a hawk- and is forever headstrong and unafraid :)

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Picture taken on the day of her 1st SOLO ECMO wean…

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Trouble -Shooting 101

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Meet our ECMO pt BARTY :)

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Here is Patti, a very talented RN, starting to assess an ECMO situation.  The clinical picture (yes this is a metaphor) is not always crystal clear or in focus.

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Having successfully navigated her way through a “reversed boot” situation- where the blood flow pathway was going the wrong way- Patti now successfully identifies an O2 disconnect as the primary root problem for her de-saturating ECMO pt.

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 Click image to read a true ECMO story

I had to leave- because my teaching instincts were starting to kick in- but I have to say, over the past few years- this group of highly talented and dedicated ECMO nurses/technicians- are among the finest I have ever met.

To read a real life story of ECMO with this crew- click the picture above- it’s pretty amazing :)

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Crystal ECC

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“Crystal ECC”    _______________________Click image to enlarge

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Photographer:  Prashant Londhe

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EditingPhotoshop:  Cropping: Hue & Contrast adjustments:  Contrast filter.

Narrative:  A very cool Picture  prior to going on CPB for a TOF

Time & Place  Saudi Arabia, 2015

About The ArtistPerfusionist in Saudi Arabia:  Prashant Londhe

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