Cardiovascular Medicine: A Look Inside the CVOR

Now on Demand

Robert Stroud, MS, CCP, LP
Chief of Perfusion,
Maimonides Medical Center,
Brooklyn, New York

|15/12/21
Robert Stroud, MS, CCP, LP Chief of Perfusion, Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York

Robert Stroud, MS, CCP, LP
Chief of Perfusion,
Maimonides Medical Center,
Brooklyn, New York

The webinar focuses on the cardiovascular operating room (CVOR) and the challenges/issues experienced in the CVOR throughout the various procedures. The variety of procedures performed, blood testing performed (including blood gas), discussion of specific case studies, and how blood gas testing is an aid in patient management throughout the procedure is covered. Specifically, a focus on oxygenation and ventilation management of the patient is reviewed.

  • Understand the variety of procedures that are performed in the CVOR and how patients are supported during the surgery
  • Gain insight into the challenges perfusionists face during CV procedures
  • Recognize the importance of monitoring various patient test results throughout the CV procedures

  • Those interested in the key stages of cardiac surgery, from pre-op to bypass to post-op, and a review of the processes associated with each stage
  • Anyone interested in the patient blood testing and monitoring performed throughout cardiac surgery
  • Those who provide care and support for cardiac surgery patients, before, during, and after the surgical procedure

Attendees are entitled to P.A.C.E. credits from the ASCLS and/or ACCENT credits from the AACC.

Webinar available through December 2024

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