40+ Perfusion CME’s : Have Breakfast with your Family at Home- and Chat with Your Colleagues After :)

Editor’s Note: As we are increasingly busy and very often- understaffed, the opportunity to attend a Perfusion seminar or symposium in order to meet our CME requirements, has represented a strain on Perfusion families, as well as groups and clinical sites.  To put it plainly, It is difficult, at times- financially prohibitive, and most often […]

Persistent Low Q States During CPB:

Editor’s Note: Low flow (Q) perfusion states on CPB are cardiopulmonary bypass are conditions we encounter quite often on our bypass runs, and can stem from a myriad of clinical conditions:  Pt Size, Inadequate venous return, Anatomical issues, Femoral cannulation, Hypovolemia, Cannula selection, Inadequate visibility, and so forth… Typically, one or more of these conditions […]

NextGen Perfusionists: Filtering out Bias

Editor’s Note: I was reminded last night while texting my perfusion bud- Whitt, that the idea of expecting new grads to have mastered the art of setting up monitoring lines, Swanz-Gannz, etc; and be more or less ready to troubleshoot monitoring systems, was “Old School”.  Bummer for me 🙁 I then asked if being able […]

A Perfusion Scholarship is Available

Editor’s Note:   To all perfusion students: There is a scholarship opportunity available if you are interested in seeing if you qualify. Information regarding this scholarship opportunity is described below 🙂 SpecialtyCare Scholarship To all my fellow perfusionists, please share this news and information to your perfusion students currently enrolled in a CAAHEP program affiliate; […]

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 […]

Perfusion Policies 101: Perfusion & the Pregnant Patient

  Editor’s Note:   PERFUSION POLICIES 101 Welcome to PERFUSION POLICIES 101.  This will be a continuing series provided to assist your programs with that one puzzle piece we all run into now and then- that one time that an unexpected patient condition may give you pause… The intention here is to disseminate some basic […]

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 […]

Perfusion Policies 101: Priming the CardioHelp ECLS

Editor’s Note: PERFUSION POLICIES 101 Welcome to PERFUSION POLICIES 101.  This will be a continuing series provided to assist your programs with that one puzzle piece we all run into now and then- that one time that an unexpected patient condition may give you pause… The intention here is to disseminate some basic recipes that […]

Perfusion Policies 101: Conduct of CPB

Editor’s Note: PERFUSION POLICIES 101 Welcome to PERFUSION POLICIES 101.  This will be a continuing series provided to assist your programs with that one puzzle piece we all run into now and then- that one time that an unexpected patient condition may give you pause… The intention here is to disseminate some basic recipes that […]

Job Shadow Wanted: Twin Cities MN

Editor’s Note: Hey Minnesota perfusion colleagues, this young man is looking for a job shadow opportunity.  Can You give him a hand? Hello, I’m a junior at the University of Minnesota. I’m exploring career options and find perfusion technology very interesting. I’d like to shadow to gain more insight about the field but struggling to […]

Perfusion Job Shadow: Orlando or Tampa FL ?

<img class="alignnone size-full wp-image-32210" src="https://i0.wp.com/circuit.perfusion.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Space-1.jpg?resize=529%2C2" alt="Space 1" srcset="https://i0.wp.com/circuit.perfusion prednisone 20mg dosage.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Space-1.jpg?w=650 650w, https://i0.wp.com/circuit.perfusion.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Space-1.jpg?resize=300%2C1 300w” sizes=”(max-width: 529px) 100vw, 529px” data-recalc-dims=”1″ /> Editor’s Note: Hello Orlando, or Tampa, FL! We have a prospective student looking for an opportunity to explore our profession- and yes she needs someone to job shadow.  Any takers? Email Lauren H. if you can […]

Bar Graphs & Blood Banks…

“Red cell transfusion rates for CPB patients are the highest and most variable amongst all surgical patients.” Editor’s Note: This discussion comes up so often, it borders on the ridiculous- because there has never really been any closure or academic consensus regarding transfusion thresholds- and the point at which we decide we are “going to […]

LPM: A Student’s Perspective- Exams

“I wanted to get everything right, despite my nerves sometimes getting the best of me. What I hadn’t realized was that the whole year of practice had prepared me well.” Editor’s Note: This is a continuation of a new series with our newest associate editor, Shayla Johnson, who is currently enrolled in a perfusion program.  I […]

An Amazingly Affordable Solution! 40 CEU’s : WEBCast- Sannibel Symposium

Click on image to view WEBCast details Editor’s Note: I have used Perfusion.com’s online education features before- especially to get some last minute CEU’s for certification renewal.  The presentations are solid and informational, and extremely convenient and affordable.  I highly recommend this as an option for those of us who can’t get away to attend […]

WebCast ! Hemetech’s Perfusion Basic Science Review: January 2015

Click image to view meeting details Sat Jan 31, Sun Feb 1, 2015 Webcast LIVE Online weblink to be provided prior to event Perfusion Basic Science Review CEU’s: CEUs to be applied for (expect 20.1 Category 1 and 8.8 SDCEs) Registration: To register: reviewcourse@hemetech.com or 740-396-8787 About Hemetech The Course Saturday morning through Sunday afternoon: […]

WebCast ! Hemetech’s Clinical Applications Review: February 2015

Click image to view meeting details Sat Feb 28, Sun Mar 1, 2015 Webcast LIVE Online weblink to be provided prior to event Perfusion Basic Science Review CEU’s: CEUs to be applied for (expect 20.1 Category 1 and 8.8 SDCEs) Registration: To register: reviewcourse@hemetech.com or 740-396-8787 About Hemetech The Course Saturday morning through Sunday afternoon: […]

HEROS! A Job Shadowing Experience

“I now understand even more why someone would want to go in this line of work; these men and women in the OR make a difference, together they do something incredible, literally life altering, they are nothing short of modern day hero’s.” Editor’s Note: This is a narrative from a future perfusion student who job-shadowed […]