• Grist G. Other Perfusion Responsibilities: Safe Use of Bicarb. AmSECT Today, Mar/Apr 2017, 20(2): pg 24-25.
  • Grist G. Avoiding The Pitfall of Checklist Errors. AmSECT Today, Jan/Feb 2017, 20(1): pg 24-25.
  • Grist G. Molitor-Kirsch E. The AVO2 Difference and the Venoarterial CO2 Gradient. AmSECT Today, Nov/Dec 2016, 19(6): pg 24-25.
  • Grist G. Stress and PTSD in Perfusion. AmSECT Today, Nov/Dec 2016, 19(6): pg 26-27.
  • Grist G. Exploring Fatigue and Working Conditions for Perfusionists. AmSECT Today, Sep/Oct 2016, 19(5): pg 22-23.
  • Grist G. The First Perfusionist I Ever Met. AmSECT Today, May/Jun 2016, 19(3): pg 27-28.
  • Grist G. What Will You Do After Your Perfusion Career Ends? AmSECT Today, Jan/Feb 2016, 19(1): pg 13.
  • Grist G. Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) Development Project for Perfusion Practice: Background, Purpose, Policy and Procedure. AmSECT Today, Nov/Dec 2015, 18(6): pg 8-9.
  • Grist G. A “NuStep” From Sarns. AmSECT Today, Sep/Oct 2015, 18(5): pg 10.
  • Grist G. Oxygen or Nitrogen: Which Is the Lesser of Two Evils? J Extra Corpor Technol. March 2013;45:61–63
  • Grist G. Boiling the Frog: The Dangers of Elevated Sodium in Blood Primed Pumps for Infants. AmSECT Today, Nov/Dec 2012, 15(6): pg 5 & 18.
  • Grist G. Emergency Preparedness: The Need for a Cardiopulmonary Bypass Failure Mode Effects Analysis. AmSECT Today, Mar/Apr 2012, 14(2): pg 4 & 5.
  • Grist G. Blood and Fava Beans. AmSECT Today, July/Aug 2011, 14(4): pg 3.
  • Grist G. Malignant Hyperthermia: How It’s Done Part II (Reprint with permission from AmSECT Today July 1998) What Role Might the Perfusionist Play in the Treatment of Malignant Hyperthermia and Its Variants? AmSECT Today, May/June 2011, 14 (3): pg 2.
  • Grist G. Malignant Hyperthermia: How It’s Done – Part I (Reprinted with permission from AmSECT Today, June 1998) What is Malignant Hyperthermia? AmSECT Today, Mar/Apr 2011, 14 (2): pg 22.
  • Grist G. A Cult Film For Perfusionists. AmSECT Today, January/February 2011, 14 (1): pg 10.
  • Grist G. Say “Hello” to ECMOjo. AmSECT Today, September/October 2010, 13(6): pg 7.
  • Grist G. Should Perfusionists Use a Transfusion Trigger on Cardiopulmonary Bypass? AmSECT Today, November/December 2009, 12(6): pgs 4-5,13.
  • Grist G. Perfusionists Need to Partner With A New Kind of Physician. AmSECT Today. May/June 2009, 12(3): pgs 6,13.
  • Grist G. The Future of Extended Extracorporeal Life Support (ECLS) in the Pediatric Population. AmSECT Today. March 2008, 11(3): pgs 6,15.
  • “How It’s Done” by Gary Grist in AmSECT Today, the society publication of The American Society of Extra-corporeal Technology:

    June 1998: Malignant Hyperthermia: Part 1

    July 1998: Malignant Hyperthermia: Part 2

    September 1998: Seasonal Variation – The ignored factor in cost and outcomes for heart surgery patients.

    October 1998: Reperfusion Injury for Dummies

    November 1998: Are We Missing The Bleedin’ Obvious? Part 1

    December 1998: Are We Missing the Bleedin’ Obvious? Part 2

    February 1998: Are You A Pediatric Perfusionist?

    June 1999: August Krogh And The Future of Perfusion Science

    October 2004: Summary Report On the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB)

    Inspection: Standards For Perioperative Blood Collection And Administration; 7(9), pgs 4-8.

Perfusion Theory is an educational platform for the Oxygen Pressure Field Theory (OPFT). August Krogh’s theoretical concept of the oxygen pressure field is explained and then applied to clinical applications in perfusion practice.