Perfusion Masters student, Scott C. Sanderson, was announced as a winner in the 2011 Wisconsin Perfusion Society Scholarship Essay Competition. Perfusion students nationally were asked to write an essay on new technologies and techniques developing in the profession and how the Perfusionist must understand and adapt to their potential ramifications. Congratulations Scott!
Author: Cindy Skarda
Four perfusion students travelled to Reno, Nevada to present their research at the 48th International Conference of the American Society of Extracorporeal Technology Conference: Stacia Woldorf “Altering Osmolarity and Potassium Levels of PRBSc and FFP with Use of Stan alone Hemoconcentrator and Wash” Kristina Schmidt “A Cardiopulmonary Bypass Technique to Physiologically Abate the Deleterious Effects of Gaseous Microemobli” Rico Lewis “Hemofiltration as an Alternative to… Continue Reading
Four Clinical Perfusion students will be defending their Master’s theses December 15, 2009 from 1:00 – 3:30 at the Michael F. Sorrell Center (MSC) Room 3030. The schedule follows: 1:15 – 1:45 p.m. “Establishing Time and Flow Rate for Improving the Efficacy of CO2 Flushing in Debubble Management of Arterial Line Filters” Benjamin Swanson 1:45 – 2:15 p.m. “A Hydrodynamic Simulation Model of the Circulatory System Allowing for… Continue Reading