Results of the 2015 Perfusionist Salary Study

J Extra Corpor Technol. 2016 Dec;48(4):179-187.

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The objective of the 2015 Perfusionist Salary Study was to gather verifiable employee information to determine current compensation market rates (salary averages) of clinical perfusionists working in the United States.

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