Goal Directed Perfusion Improve Patient Outcomes Undergoing Cardiopulmonary Bypass Procedures
Goal Directed Perfusion Improve Patient Outcomes Undergoing Cardiopulmonary Bypass Procedures

Goal Directed Perfusion Improve Patient Outcomes Undergoing Cardiopulmonary Bypass Procedures

  • Faculty: John Ingram, CCP
  • Date: May 5th, 2020 11:00 am
  • CEU’s: 1.46 CEUs
  • Price: $21.9
  • Category 1 SDCE CEU
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John Ingram, CCP lectures on Goal Directed Perfusion. What is Goal Directed Perfusion, how are goals measured, and how does Goal Directed Perfusion improve patient outcomes undergoing Cardiopulmonary Bypass procedures. 

The comprehensive webinar "Goal Directed Perfusion to Improve Patient Outcomes Undergoing Cardiopulmonary Bypass Procedures" presented by John Ingram, CCP, encapsulates a transformative dialogue on enhancing perfusion techniques through goal-directed strategies. This exploration delves into the pivotal role of optimized oxygen delivery during cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) and its profound impact on patient outcomes, particularly focusing on mitigating acute kidney injury (AKI) and other ischemic-related complications.

The Essence of Goal-Directed Perfusion

At the heart of this webinar is the concept of goal-directed perfusion (GDP), a paradigm shift from traditional perfusion practices. Traditional methods, often based on body surface area and bypass temperature, fall short in ensuring adequate oxygen delivery to tissues, achieving high delivery in only about 50% of cases. In contrast, GDP emphasizes the delivery of oxygen (DO2) and oxygen index (DO2I) tailored to the patient's physiological needs, moving beyond standard practices to focus on specific, measurable targets that enhance tissue oxygenation and fluid balance.

The Clinical Significance of Optimizing Oxygen Delivery

Ingram underscores the criticality of DO2 during CPB, associating higher DO2 levels with better renal outcomes and reduced ischemic complications. Highlighting research by pioneers like Ranucci, De Somer, and Magruder, the webinar presents a compelling case for maintaining DO2I above certain thresholds to prevent AKI and improve clinical outcomes. These studies collectively pinpoint an optimal DO2I range, establishing a foundation for GDP practices that prioritize precise oxygen and fluid management over generalized approaches.

The Paradigm Shift in Perfusion Practices

GDP represents a significant departure from conventional perfusion methodologies. By focusing on verified techniques that ensure high oxygen delivery, GDP aligns closely with evidence-based medicine, advocating for practices grounded in clinical evidence rather than tradition or intuition. This approach necessitates a comprehensive understanding of perfusion mechanics, including the calculation of DO2 and DO2I, to implement strategies that cater specifically to the physiological demands of each patient undergoing CPB.

Implementing Goal-Directed Perfusion

The webinar intricately outlines the steps for implementing GDP, from understanding the basic principles of oxygen delivery to applying these concepts in clinical settings. Ingram provides a roadmap for perfusionists to navigate the complexities of goal-directed strategies, emphasizing the importance of continuous learning and adaptation to new evidence and technologies. Through detailed case studies and real-world applications, attendees are guided through the practical aspects of adopting GDP, showcasing its potential to revolutionize patient care in cardiac surgery.

The Future of Perfusion: Toward Improved Patient Outcomes

As the field of perfusion evolves, the adoption of GDP stands as a testament to the profession's commitment to advancing patient care through innovative and scientifically grounded practices. Ingram's webinar not only educates perfusionists on the nuances of GDP but also inspires a forward-thinking approach to perfusion, encouraging professionals to embrace new techniques and technologies that promise to enhance clinical outcomes and patient safety.

Conclusion: Embracing Goal-Directed Perfusion for a Brighter Future

"Goal Directed Perfusion to Improve Patient Outcomes Undergoing Cardiopulmonary Bypass Procedures" offers a deep dive into the transformative potential of GDP in cardiac surgery. By meticulously dissecting the principles, research, and practical applications of GDP, John Ingram, CCP, provides a blueprint for perfusionists to elevate their practice. This webinar is an invaluable resource for those committed to improving patient outcomes through the meticulous optimization of perfusion strategies, marking a significant step toward the future of cardiac care.

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Meet Your Instructor

John Ingram, CCP

John Ingram, CCP

John Ingram is a magna cum laude graduate from University of Texas, Texas Heart Institute and a board certified perfusionist currently specializing in adult perfusion

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