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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 mentioned that the Tennessee Perfusion Society is offering the video-cast of this seminar as an opportunity for perfusionists to earn 19.2 CEU’s.
For details please Click Here.
The intention here @ CircuitSurfers is to offer up a library of these types of objective POV’s (Points of View) to highlight conferences as well as “personalize” what a potential attendee can expect if deciding to participate.
Seminar Starting… Session I
@wbehr08 @CircuitSurfers Dr. Ashby’s presentation was over the use of IABP & biventricular support to allow patient to stabilize, go home…. avoid transplant and survive with now only heart failure meds and icd…also vads were removed due to presentation of HIT
- Dr. Wagner presenting case conclusions through echo
Texted Comment: Frank Aprile:
“Nice job covering the conference Whitt ! I am looking forward to seeing how this works out. Frank”
- Dr. Pampee Young discussing blood management
Texted Comment: Whit Behr
“Not sure how long i’ll have cell power, but will tweet till it dies then keep tweets on paper and catch up and tweet all of them tonight”
@wbehr08 @CircuitSurfers hemodilution, transfusions and blood products bad….ultrafiltration, albumin and hemobag good…also needs to be managed by nurses, surgeons, anesthesia, perfusion… all the way to hospital administration for patient care to financial reasons
- A panel discussion for previous 4 speaker
Britt McILwain MSP, CCP from Uni. of Alabama Medical Center presenting Novalung Case Report
- Novalung Presentation
Was personally my favorite speaker of the night followed by the blood management speakers
To go to Day 2 of TPA conference Click Here