The Effect of CPB on Platelets. Preoperative C-reactive Protein. Blood Storage.
The Effect of CPB on Platelets. Preoperative C-reactive Protein. Blood Storage.

The Effect of CPB on Platelets. Preoperative C-reactive Protein. Blood Storage. [286]

  • Faculty: Jordan Hoffman, MD
  • Date: August 4th, 2021 1:45 am
  • CE’s: 3.4 CEs
  • Price: $51
  • Category 1 SDCE CEU
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Vanderbilt University Medical Center; Department of CV Surgery: Faculty Forum
The effect of Cardiopulmonary Bypass (CPB) on Platelets Program will discuss how the cardiopulmonary bypass circuit interacts with blood components and directly affects platelet counts and functionality. 
Tammy Sparacino Journal Club: 
Preoperative C-reactive protein as a predictor of postoperative acute kidney injury in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass grafting. C-reactive protein is a well-known marker of inflammation and may be preoperatively elevated in the absence of infection in adult cardiac surgery patients, indicating a baseline inflammatory process. We conducted a literature search to assess the available evidence on whether there is an association between preoperative C-reactive protein and acute kidney injury after coronary artery bypass grafting. Included only were observational studies which investigated this association. 
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Blood Storage Effects on the Blood Components 
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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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