24th Annual MUSC Update on Perfusion Conference

We are pleased to share that this year’s 24th Annual Update on Perfusion Conference is back and on-person! After last year’s virtual conference, we look forward to continuing the tradition of in-person conference networking, collaboration, and camaraderie. This year’s conference will be held from Thursday, October 27th to Saturday, October 29th, 2022. Participants can expect…

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Modular Minimally Invasive Extracorporeal Circulation Ensures Perfusion Safety and Technical Feasibility in Cardiac Surgery; A Systematic Review of the Literature

Use of modular MiECC secures safety and ensures technical feasibility in all cardiac surgical procedures. It represents a type III active closed system, while its stand-by component is reserved for a small (<5%) proportion of procedures and for a partial procedural time. Thus, it eliminates any safety concern regarding air handling and volume management, while it overcomes any unexpected intraoperative scenario.

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We Build OUR Castles …

Perfusion Nesting… I think so … Perfusion nesting. It is a science in-and-of-itself, and most of us do it. The Circuit has to be a certain way- One line over another- The exact number of pump clamps Hand towels a certain way Cardioplegia line wrapped and placed perfectly The mannifold food chain (my neo’s always…

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