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Forum Name: Adult Perfusion
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Topic: cell phones
Posted By: CPDriver
Subject: cell phones
Date Posted: Jan 13 2009 at 1:23pm
Is it ever appropriate to text message while on CPB? 

Posted By: dulceata33
Date Posted: May 11 2009 at 7:39pm

Originally posted by CPDriver

Is it ever appropriate to text message while on CPB? 

Is no't a problem, i am txt-ing, speak, surfing net on two mobile phone.

Posted By: colichico
Date Posted: Jun 18 2009 at 9:49am
yo creo que no es tan dramatico el tema. creo que se puede utilizar sin problema, pero sin exagerar. por ejemplo, si uno esta enamorado y manda 50 mensajes de texto de amor con su enamorada, seguramente perder√° atencion en el trabajo.
pero tambien es cierto que es una herramienta de comunicacion al alcance de la mano, y puede servir para resolver algun problema en un corto lapso de tiempo.
Hay una frase que dice "que nada hace mal, si no se exagera de ello"
saludos desde argentina, Diego.

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Posted By: Masala
Date Posted: Aug 21 2009 at 11:13am
In my opinion, it's not a good idea. Doing anything to take your attention away from where it should be - on the pump - could be potentially disastrous. Multi-tasking is an important trait for a perfusionist to possess, and there will be times where your attention will be divided between several areas (the pump, someone asking you a question unrelated to CPB, a ringing phone that the surgeon insists you answer, etc.), but one's full attention should be given to the pump run. Before and after CPB is a much more appropriate time for social networking.

People get worked up on the road when they see other drivers on their cell phone. How could bypass be any less important of an activity?

Posted By: jozsidr
Date Posted: Aug 21 2009 at 2:13pm

In my opinion it is not a good idea.You divid your attention in too many direction.It is enough the HLM and all the additional data you receving from surgen and anesthesiologist

Posted By: shadyside
Date Posted: Sep 28 2009 at 10:13pm
well it depends on the case you running..
however, the idea is rejected, since you distract your attention away of the case and we all know the we have only 15 seconds to avoid emptying the reservoir..

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