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My life is Family First and then Perfusion. I switched from staff perfusionist to becoming a Locum’s traveler to make sure my kids and family would have a solid place to call home. I travel because it puts me in charge of my life, it is challenging, and I enjoy learning new techniques, other ways of doing things, as well as getting exposure to alternate approaches and paradigms.
So I took my show on the road. As such, every once in awhile I will be dropping a few notes and pictures of places visited, and observations made. In a sense, the beginning of a scrap book on Heart Surgery in America (and other places if possible).”
The Week in Pictures- Last week of Jan 2019
This is the first in a series of pictures taken during the previous week in our Cardiac Arena- It covers all aspects including the external factors that affect us as we do our jobs keeping people alive- or extending them…
Low lying Venous Line- SCARY!
Winter Hits with a Vengeance
Setting up an additional circuit-
Staying CENTERED on my MORAL COMPASS 🙂
Playing around with a hand crank setup- attached it to the leg of my chair-
A Little TEE stuff…
Got’s to EAT! Right before going on pump for an emergency-
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