The Sanibel Perfusion PodCast: When VISION Becomes Reality…

Editor’s Note:   In terms of perfusion interaction and communication, there are a few seminal moments I’m sure all of us recognize as game changers, paradigm shifts, and technological improvements that could be compared as dynamic as the transition from bubble oxygenators, to hollow fibre membrane technology. Some examples of perfusion evolution in terms of […]

Live YouTube CEU’s: Save Money and Get the Category 1 CEU’s that You Need

Click on image above to view online details 🙂 To All: This year we will be “upping the ante” again with our Live Webcast by making it available on Youtube! This new platform will allow many new amazing features as follows: 1. Ability to pause and resume live video feed. 2. Multi-platform capability on every device […]

A Unique Case Review:

Authored by Steve Sutton, LP, CCP Editor’s Note: Steve Sutton is well known and highly regarded into today’s Perfusion community.  He is a strong proponent for advancing Perfusion education and in pursuing that goal,  he has given numerous presentations at some of the most  premier Perfusion meetings held each year. Along with his dedication to […]

Adequacy of Perfusion:

Adequacy of Perfusion:  By Steve Sutton, LP, CCP Editor’s Note: Steve Sutton is well known and highly regarded into today’s Perfusion community.  He is a strong proponent for advancing Perfusion education and in pursuing that goal,  he has given numerous presentations at some of the most  premier Perfusion meetings held each year. Along with his […]

Around the (Distant) Pump Room by Martin Gill, CCP.

An AMAZING Perfusion Publication ! (Contact Martin on how to Subscribe) Media Journalism by… Martin Gill: Perfusionist Editor (former), ANCZP Gazette email for subscription: martin.gill@health.nsw.gov.au (Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Sydney Australia) Editor’s Note: Martin Gill is a gifted writer and supporter of perfusion international relations and improving perfusion practice- wherever it may be. He has […]

Live Blog: Uluru ! 2012 [Wrap-Up]

Uluru is sacred to the Anangu, the Aboriginal people of the area. The area around the formation is home to a plethora of springs, waterholes, rock caves and ancient paintings. Uluru is listed as a World Heritage Site. Media Journalism by… Martin Gill: Perfusionist Editor, ANCZP Gazette (Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Sydney Australia) Editor’s Note: […]

Live Blog: Uluru ! 2012 [Saturday Afternoon]

Uluru is sacred to the Anangu, the Aboriginal people of the area. The area around the formation is home to a plethora of springs, waterholes, rock caves and ancient paintings. Uluru is listed as a World Heritage Site. Media Journalism by… Martin Gill: Perfusionist Editor, ANCZP Gazette (Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Sydney Australia) Editor’s Note: […]

Live Blog: Uluru ! 2012 [Saturday Morning]

Uluru is sacred to the Anangu, the Aboriginal people of the area. The area around the formation is home to a plethora of springs, waterholes, rock caves and ancient paintings. Uluru is listed as a World Heritage Site. Media Journalism by… Martin Gill: Perfusionist Editor, ANCZP Gazette (Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Sydney Australia) Editor’s Note: […]

Live Blog: Uluru ! 2012 [Friday]

Uluru is sacred to the Anangu, the Aboriginal people of the area. The area around the formation is home to a plethora of springs, waterholes, rock caves and ancient paintings. Uluru is listed as a World Heritage Site. Media Journalism by… Martin Gill: Perfusionist Editor, ANCZP Gazette (Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Sydney Australia) Editor’s Note: […]

Live Blog: Uluru ! 2012 [Thursday]

Uluru is sacred to the Anangu, the Aboriginal people of the area. The area around the formation is home to a plethora of springs, waterholes, rock caves and ancient paintings. Uluru is listed as a World Heritage Site. Media Journalism by… Martin Gill: Perfusionist Editor, ANCZP Gazette (Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Sydney Australia) Editor’s Note: […]

Live Blog: Uluru ! 2012 [Wednesday]

Uluru is sacred to the Anangu, the Aboriginal people of the area. The area around the formation is home to a plethora of springs, waterholes, rock caves and ancient paintings. Uluru is listed as a World Heritage Site. Media Journalism by… Martin Gill: Perfusionist Editor, ANCZP Gazette (Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Sydney Australia) Editor’s Note: […]

An ECMO Lecture : Outstanding !

PART 1 of 2. Hergen Buscher, a German intensivist who lives and practices in Sydney, gives an excellent presentation on extra corporeal membrane oxygenation in the modern era of ICU. This was presented at a Sydney Intensive Care Network meeting on the 17th March 2011. Go to www.intensivecarenetwork.com for more information about who we are […]

Heparin Alternatives [Reprint]

Authored by Steve Sutton, LP, CCP Editor’s Note: Steve Sutton is well known and highly regarded into today’s Perfusion community.  He is a strong proponent for advancing Perfusion education and in pursuing that goal,  he has given numerous presentations at some of the most  premier Perfusion meetings held each year. Along with his dedication to […]

Perfusion Line: Q & A Prep for the Perfusion Board Exam

Click Image to GoTo Quiz Section… Perfusion Line is currently offering an excellent online learning opportunity for Perfusionists and Students. There is a database containing 1,800 Q&A – with references – that may be useful to review as a preparatory tool for your board certification or revalidation. It should also be a valuable tool to […]

CircuitSurfers YouTube

(Click on Image to Visit CircuitSurfers YouTube) Editor’s Note: I thought about it for awhile, and figured that an easy access repository for online videos might be a nice additional resource to have on board here @ CircuitSurfers. Again, the intent here is NOT to reinvent the wheel, rather- make easily available some tremendous work […]

Live Blog: ANZCP Down Under [3]

Media Journalism by… Martin Gill: Perfusionist (Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Sydney Australia) Editor’s Note:  This opportunity is provided by the efforts of, Mr. Martin Gill, perfusionist, who is attending this meeting in Sydney. The intention here @ CircuitSurfers is to offer up a library of these types of objective POV’s (Points of View) to highlight […]

Live Blog: ANZCP Down Under [2]

Media Journalism by… Martin Gill: Perfusionist (Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Sydney Australia) Editor’s Note:  This opportunity is provided by the efforts of, Mr. Martin Gill, perfusionist, who is attending this meeting in Sydney. The intention here @ CircuitSurfers is to offer up a library of these types of objective POV’s (Points of View) to highlight […]

Live Blog: ANZCP Down Under [1]

Media Journalism by… Martin Gill: Perfusionist (Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Sydney Australia) Editor’s Note:  This opportunity is provided by the efforts of, Mr. Martin Gill, perfusionist, who is attending this meeting in Sydney. The intention here @ CircuitSurfers is to offer up a library of these types of objective POV’s (Points of View) to highlight […]

Live Blog: ANZCP Down Under [0]

Media Journalism by… Martin Gill: Perfusionist (Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Sydney Australia) Editor’s Note:  This opportunity is provided by the efforts of, Mr. Martin Gill, perfusionist, who is attending this meeting in Sydney. Thank you sir for your effort & contribution. The intention here @ CircuitSurfers is to offer up a library of these types […]

Live Blog: TPA Seminar: Day 2

Media Journalism by… Mr. Whitt Behr,  Perfusion Student at the Vanderbilt School of Perfusion The Tennessee Perfusion Association Conference: Live via Twitter… September 23-24 Editor’s Note:  This opportunity is provided by the laudable initiative of Mr. Behr.  He  reflects well on his university (Vanderbilt) and it’s perfusion program. As well, it should be mentioned that […]

Live Blog: TPA Seminar: Day 1

Media Journalism by… Mr. Whitt Behr,  Perfusion Student at the Vanderbilt School of Perfusion The Tennessee Perfusion Association Conference: Live via Twitter… September 23-24 Editor’s Note:  This opportunity is provided by the laudable initiative of Mr. Behr.  He  reflects / represents well regarding his university (Vanderbilt) and it’s perfusion program. As well, it should be […]

Brains & Bypass

Steve Sutton is well known and highly regarded in today’s Perfusion community.  He is a strong proponent for advancing Perfusion education and in pursuing that goal,  he has given numerous presentations at some of the most  premier Perfusion meetings held each year. Along with his dedication to Perfusion as a science, Steve is tremendously compassionate […]

HeartMate & HIT

HeartMate XVE :  Explantation in the Setting of Heparin Induced Thrombocytopenia (HIT) Utilizing ACT and TEG Analysis Authored by:   Scott M. Noesges LP, CCP  BAYLOR UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER  DALLAS, TEXAS Scott M. Noesges LP, CCP, offers the community an amazing case study of a case already highly complex in nature, complicated even more so by […]

Heparin Alternatives

Authored by Steve Sutton, LP, CCP Steve Sutton is well known and highly regarded into today’s Perfusion community.  He is a strong proponent for advancing Perfusion education and in pursuing that goal,  he has given numerous presentations at some of the most  premier Perfusion meetings held each year. Along with his dedication to Perfusion as […]

Case Study: CPB & Pregnancy

Case Study:  CPB & Pregnancy by Steve Sutton, LP, CCP Steve Sutton is well known and highly regarded into today’s Perfusion community.  He is a strong proponent for advancing Perfusion education and in pursuing that goal,  he has given numerous presentations at some of the most  premier Perfusion meetings held each year. Along with his […]