Donation after Cardiac Death - Preparing for Acute Aortic Emergencies and the Next Wave of Pandemic
Donation after Cardiac Death - Preparing for Acute Aortic Emergencies and the Next Wave of Pandemic

Donation after Cardiac Death - Preparing for Acute Aortic Emergencies and the Next Wave of Pandemic [190]

  • Faculty: Jordan Hoffman, MD
  • Date: April 7th, 2021 1:45 am
  • CE’s: 3.4 CEs
  • Price: $51
  • Category 1 SDCE CEU
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PerfWeb 56 — Segment: Inaugural Vanderbilt Medical Center; Department of Cardiovascular Surgery: Faculty Forum 
- Segment 2: Tammy Sparacino Journal Club 
- Segment 3: John Ingram Knowledge Nuggets 
VUMC Dept. Of CV Surgery Faculty Forum: Hosted by Jordan Hoffman, MD and Matt Warhoover, CCP Donation after Cardiac Death (DCD): Expanding the donor pool for patients needing heart transplantation. 
Tammy Sparacino Journal Club: Commentary: Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me—preparing for acute aortic emergencies and the next wave of the COVID-19 pandemic 
How has delayed care from COVID created serious cardiac emergencies? 
John Ingram Knowledge Nuggets: Magnesium 
Register and watch for free @ https://library.perfusioneducation.com 
IV Dosage and Rate Calculator - https://mediweb.us/iv-medication-calculator/ 

Meet Your Instructor

Jordan Hoffman, MD

Jordan Hoffman, MD

Dr. Hoffman was born in New Orleans, Louisiana and was raised in Los Angeles, California. His undergraduate degree is from Rice University in Houston, Texas. He attended medical school at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana and simultaneously received his MPH from the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. Dr. Hoffman’s general surgical training began at Emory and Grady Hospitals in Atlanta, Georgia followed by a fellowship in Cardiothoracic Surgery at University of Colorado in Denver, Colorado. 

Dr. Hoffman's clinical interests include end-stage heart and lung disease, pulmonary hypertension, mechanical support and devices, as well as aortic surgery. His research interests involve studying heart failure physiology in patient’s undergoing LVAD placement and novel therapies to extend the viability of donor hearts.

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