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21st Annual Perfusion Conference at MUSC

The Twenty-First Annual Update on Perfusion Conference will be held at the Medical University of South Carolina on October 24, 25 and 26, 2019. he Cardiovascular Perfusion program at MUSC will be hosting the 21st Annual Update on Perfusion Conference, October 24-26, 2019 in Charleston, SC. As one of the longest running multi-disciplinary scientific programs,…

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MUSC Update on Perfusion Conference

MUSC 21st Annual Update on Perfusion Conference. The Cardiovascular Perfusion program at MUSC will be hosting the 21st Annual Update on Perfusion Conference, October 24-26, 2019 in Charleston, SC. As one of the longest running multi-disciplinary scientific programs, The Update on Perfusion Conference features the industry’s most contemporary techniques and emerging technological advancements. Conference delegates…

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CREF 2019: The 39th Annual Cardiothoracic Surgery Symposium

The international, interdisciplinary 39th Annual Cardiothoracic Surgery Symposium (CREF 2019) focuses on the science and techniques of cardiopulmonary bypass and extracorporeal perfusion. The conference offers cutting-edge presentations, interactive discussions, case presentations, hands-on workshops, and extracurricular education on topics related to cardiac surgery, cardiopulmonary bypass, extracorporeal perfusion, and extracorporeal life support. The 39th Annual Cardiothoracic Surgery…

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Blood Utilization in Revision Versus First-Time Cardiac Surgery: An Update in the Era of Patient Blood Management

Relative to first-time (primary) cardiac surgery, revision cardiac surgery is associated with increased transfusion requirements, but studies comparing these cohorts were performed before patient blood management (PBM) and blood conservation measures were commonplace. The current study was performed as an update to determine if this finding is still evident in the PBM era.

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Patient Blood Management for Neonates and Children Undergoing Cardiac Surgery: 2019 NATA Guidelines

The objective of the task force from the Network for the Advancement of Patient Blood Management, Haemostasis and Thrombosis (NATA, www.nataonline.com) is to provide evidence-based recommendations regarding anemia management and blood transfusion practices in the perioperative care of neonates and children undergoing cardiac surgery, and to highlight potential areas where additional research is urgently required.

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