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 as a science, Steve is tremendously compassionate in his work as a perfusionist, as a patient advocate, and as a friend and supporter to his coworkers.
He has graciously offered to assist the community by sharing some of his work with us online.
To see a list of all of Steve Sutton’s work – click here.
In this presentation, Steve includes a very thorough case study of a highly complex procedure. What goes above and beyond, is an in depth comparison and contrast of alpha-stat versus pH-stat approaches to cerebral perfusion.
This aspect of perfusion management was in my opinion the cornerstone of the presentation, and something that will help me improve my approach to potential circulatory arrest cases…
Bilateral Pulmonary Embolectomy, Tricuspid Valve Repair, ASD Closure with Circulatory Arrest
By Steve Sutton, LP, CCP
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