Addressing Hemodynamic Challenges and CPB Weaning Techniques
Addressing Hemodynamic Challenges and CPB Weaning Techniques

Addressing Hemodynamic Challenges and CPB Weaning Techniques

  • Faculty: Vickie L. Carlyle, RN-BSN, CCRN, E-AEC; Thomas DiSalvio, BSN, CCP, LP
  • Date: February 22nd, 2024 3:00 pm
  • CEU’s: 2.4 CEUs
  • Price: $36
  • Category 3 CEU
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Title: PerfWeb 97—Day 3 | Thursday, February 22, 2024: Addressing Hemodynamic Challenges and CPB Weaning Techniques


Join us for an insightful and educational day at PerfWeb 97 on Thursday, February 22, 2024, as we delve into critical aspects of perfusion practice. This webinar, approved for 2.4 CEUs by the American Board of Cardiovascular Perfusion (ABCP), offers a comprehensive exploration of two vital topics: Treating Hemodynamic Disturbances and Weaning from Cardiopulmonary Bypass (CPB).

Treating Hemodynamic Disturbances - V. Carlyle, RN, BSN-CCRN

The first session, led by esteemed faculty member V. Carlyle, RN, BSN-CCRN, focuses on treating hemodynamic disturbances. This segment will provide an in-depth understanding of the dynamics of blood flow, pressure, and resistance in the cardiovascular system. Participants will learn about the latest techniques and strategies in managing hemodynamic instabilities, including pharmacologic and mechanical interventions.

Key learning points:

Understanding the physiology and pathophysiology of hemodynamic disturbances.
Identifying common causes and their impact on patient outcomes.
Exploring contemporary management strategies, including drug therapy and innovative devices.
1600-1700: The Pressure is on: Weaning from CPB - T. DiSalvio, CCP

The second hour features T. DiSalvio, CCP, an expert in the field, discussing the critical process of weaning from cardiopulmonary bypass. This session will offer a detailed examination of the protocols, techniques, and challenges encountered during the weaning phase. Participants will gain valuable insights into optimizing patient stability and ensuring successful transition from CPB.

Key learning points:

Overview of CPB weaning protocols and criteria for readiness.
Techniques for balancing hemodynamics during the weaning process.
Addressing common complications and strategies for their resolution.
Who Should Attend:
This webinar is ideal for perfusionists, cardiac nurses, cardiovascular technologists, and other healthcare professionals involved in cardiac surgery and patient care. Whether you are seeking to deepen your expertise or update your skills, this webinar provides a valuable opportunity for professional development.

Webinar Benefits:

Earn 2.4 CEUs approved by ABCP.
Engage with leading experts in the field.
Enhance your understanding of hemodynamic management and CPB weaning.
Access to a rich Q&A session for a more interactive learning experience.
Registration and Additional Information:
To register for this webinar and for more information, please visit our website. Stay updated with the latest in perfusion education and join a community of professionals committed to excellence in patient care.

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Meet Your Instructor

Vickie L. Carlyle, RN-BSN, CCRN, E-AEC

Vickie L. Carlyle, RN-BSN, CCRN, E-AEC

Vickie Carlyle has been in critical care for over 10 years. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Cizik School of Nursing

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Thomas DiSalvio, BSN, CCP, LP

Thomas DiSalvio, BSN, CCP, LP

Thomas has worked with heart patients since 1988. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University, Class of 1990. He has a BS degree in Exercise Technology with a specialty in Corporate Fitness and Cardiac Rehabilitation.

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