Patient-Centered Cardiopulmonary Bypass Concepts

  • Stephen M. Wildhirt

Abstract

This review outlines and discusses the newest technologies used for cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) including changes in pump technology, oxygenators, filters, and priming. In addition, evidence-based and experience-based procedures are presented in line with the recommendations given on what CPB-related practices are safe and effective.

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2009-06-22
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