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PerfWeb 78 — Day 2 - John Ingram Knowledge Nuggets Urine output on CPB; When is enough, enough?
John discusses how renal blood flow and urine production is affected by cardiopulmonary bypass, inflammatory processes and disease states.
John discusses the use of urine output as a measure of renal function.
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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 as well as pediatric and adult ECMO. He has several medical patents and has served as a consultant for nearly every perfusion manufacturer. He has published seven research publications in the perfusion literature, and has presented both nationally and internationally. With fifteen years experience as a Chief Perfusionist, and thirty years perfusion experience in total, he presently provides nationwide temporary and long term locum tenens coverage.