Extracorporeal Life Support Organization (Charter Meeting), Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Oct. 1-3, 1989

General Session – “Measurement of the net transfer of carbon dioxide by the artificial lung in assessing human lung function in neonates on ECMO. “

Innovations in Perfusion in Kansas City, Mo.

Sept. 3, 1991

Sponsored by The American Society of Extracorporeal Technology

Focus Session – “ ECMO and long-term perfusion skills.”

Region VII Meeting, Wichita, Ks.

Aug. 28, 1993

The American Society of Extracorporeal Technology

General Session – “Oxygen Pressure Field Theory”

Pediatric Perfusion

Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 1995

Sponsored by The American Society of Extracorporeal Technology and The Children’s Hospital of Boston

Focus Session – “Blood Sequestration”

and

General Session – “The Significance of Blood Anion Gaps and Venoarterial Carbon Dioxide Gradients as Risk Factors for Survival and Duration of Long-term Perfusion Support.”

American Society of Extra-corporeal Technology 34th International Conference

March 9, 1996

Dallas, Texas, March 8-11, 1996

“Blood Anion Gaps and Venoarterial Carbon Dioxide Gradients as Risk Factors in Long-term Extracorporeal Support.”

American Society of Extra-corporeal Technology 35th International Conference

April 4, 1997

Phoenix, Arizona, April 3-6, 1997

“Oxygen Pressure Field Theory”

The Missouri Perfusion Society Annual Meeting

June 28, 1997

Kansas City, Missouri, June 27-29, 1997

“Oxygen Pressure Field Theory”

AmSECT Region VII Annual Meeting & Coagulation Management of the Surgical Patient

October 26, 1997

Omaha, NE

“Oxygen Pressure Field Theory”

Rush University School of Perfusion & Milwaukee School of Engineering (Perfusion)

Nov. 13, 1999

Waukegan, Wisconsin

“Oxygen Pressure Field Theory for Perfusionists”

The AmSECT Pediatric Perfusion Conference December 2-5, 1999

December 4, 1999

Palm Springs, CA.

“Hyperoxia: The Missing Puzzle Piece in Hypothermic Sweep Gas Strategy”

American Society of Extra-corporeal Technology 38th International Conference

April 13, 2000

Reno, NV

“OPFT: Hyperoxia Technique”

“Neonatal Panel Discussion: Circuitry, Prime Composition, Perfusion Management, Ultrafiltration, Staffing Issues.”

The 2001 Annual Meeting of The American Academy of Cardiovascular Perfusion

January 27 & 29th, 2001

New Orleans, LA

“Fireside Chat: Fluid Balance”

“Fireside Chat: Oxygen Pressure Field Theory”

AmSECT Region VII Annual Meeting & The 9th Annual Coagulation & Hemostatis

October 6 & 7th, 2001

Kansas City, MO

Management Of The Surgical Patient Symposium

“Hyperoxia and Cardiopulmonary Bypass: Pro & Con Debate”

“Pitfalls of Ultrafiltration: Reconsidering Accepted Practice”

The AmSECT Pediatric Perfusion Conference December 7, 2001

December 7, 2001

Baltimore, MD

“Oxygen Pressure Field Theory Educational Course”

The Missouri Perfusion Society Annual Scientific Meeting

June 8, 2002

Clayton, MO

“Oxygen Pressure Field Theory: An Old Concept Provides New Insight into the Physiology of Perfusion in Critical Cardiopulmonary Patients”

The AmSECT Pediatric Perfusion Conference

September 14, 2002

San Francisco, CA.

“Oxygen Pressure Field Theory Educational Course”

The Missouri Perfusion Society 8th Annual Scientific Meeting

June 6 & 7, 2003

Kansas City, MO

“Oxygen Pressure Field Theory for Perfusionists” Seminar

Gary Grist ,”The Great Debate: Current Perfusion Topics”

The AmSECT Pediatric Perfusion Conference

Sept. 16, 2003

Cocoanut Grove, Florida

“Hyperoxia, Cardioplegia and Reperfusion Injury”

“Myocardial Protection/ Modified Ultrafiltration; Background, Technique & Equipment”

15th Anniversary ELSO conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan

September 9-12, 2004

In conjunction with AmSECT Pediatric Perfusion Conference

Breakout Session: Oxygen Pressure Field Theory for ECMO Specialists

6th Annual Respiratory Care Symposium

June 17, 2005

Kansas City, Missouri

The Children’s Mercy Hospitals and Clinics

“Oxygen pressure field theory and the ECMO patient: A new paradigm in critical care thinking”

The Minnesota Perfusion Society Perfusion Practices 2006 Fall Meeting

September 22, 23 & 24, 2006

Millennium Hotel, Minneapolis, Minnesota

“The Great Debate: Normoxia Vs. Hyperoxia On Bypass: Pro Hyperoxia”

“Oxygen Pressure Field Theory”

The Missouri Perfusion Society 12th Annual Scientific Meeting

June 1 & 2, 2007

The Meyer Center for Wellness & Rehabilition, Springfield, Missouri

“Beyond Fick ~ Discussions on Advanced Perfusion Theory” 6 hour workshop

“The 3 P’s of Perfusion: Policies, Processes and Procedures”

AmSECT’s 15th Annual Symposium on New Advances in Blood Management

September 20-22, 2007

The Westin Crown Center, Kansas City, Missouri.

“Extracorporeal CardioPulmonary Resuscitation: It’s Time For Perfusionists To Get Prepared”

Mechanisms of Perfusion – XXIII

May 15-18, 2008

The Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress in Orlando, Florida.

“BREAKING THE REPERFUSION BARRIER: Perfusion’s 21st Century Challenge”

“HYPEROXIA ON BYPASS: Friend And Foe Alike”

The Missouri Perfusion Society 13th Annual Scientific Meeting

June 6-7, 2008

Sheraton Clayton Plaza Hotel

St. Louis, Missouri

“BREAKING THE REPERFUSION BARRIER: Perfusion’s 21st Century Challenge”

“HYPEROXIA ON BYPASS: Friend And Foe Alike”

The Missouri Perfusion Society 14th Annual Scientific Meeting

June 12-13, 2009

Kansas City Improv Comedy Club

Kansas City, Missouri

“BUBBLES IN THE PUMP: The Risk Of Gaseous Microemboli”

The Society for the Advancement of Blood Management Annual Meeting

September 11-13, 2009

Marriott Downtown

Kansas City, Missouri

“LIMITATION OF DONOR EXPOSURE BY TRANSFUSING PRBC AND PLASMA FROM THE SAME DONOR”; poster abstract.

The California Perfusion Society 26th Annual Tahoe Symposium

September 18-20, 2009

Harvey’s Resort and Casino

South Lake Tahoe, CA

  1. “UNDERSTANDING THE OXYGEN PRESSURE FIELD USING THE KROGH CYLINDER MODEL”
  2. “DEEP HYPOTHERMIC ARREST WITH OXYGEN LOADING TO EXTEND THE SAFE ARREST TIME”
  3. “VIABILITY INDEX SCORING FOR PERI-EXTRACORPOREAL SUPPORT PATIENTS”
  4. “BREAKING THE REPERFUSION BARRIER”
  5. “HYPEROXIA: FRIEND AND FOE ALIKE”

The AmSECT 17th Annual Symposium on New Advances in Blood Management

October 1-3, 2009

Westin Crown Center

Kansas City, Mo.

  1. “THE EFFECT OF NON-WASHED AND WASHED ECMO BLOOD PRIME ON INFANT CEREBRAL INFARCTS AND CREATININE LEVELS: A QUALITY CONTROL AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE”
  2. “SOLUTIONS, MICROCIRCULATION AND SOLVENT DRAG DURING EXTRACORPOREAL SUPPORT”

The Greater Kansas City Chapter of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses 23rd Annual Visions Symposium

March 4, 2010

Ritz Charles

Overland Park, Ks.

“EMERGENT ECMO IN THE CODING PATIENT”

The Missouri Perfusion Society 15th Annual Scientific Meeting

June 11 & 12, 2010

The Meyer Center, 3545 S. National Ave.

Springfield, Missouri

“Solutions, Microcirculation and Solvent Drag During Extracorporeal Support”

The Illinois State Perfusion Society 15th Annual Scientific Meeting

October 9 & 10, 2010

Marriott Oak Brook Hills Resort

Oak Brook, Il.

“Breaking the Reperfusion Barrier: Perfusion’s 21st Century Challenge”

“Hyperoxia: Friend and Foe Alike”

The Missouri Perfusion Society 16th Annual Scientific Meeting

June 10, 2011

The Lodge Des Peres, 1050 Des Peres Road

Des Peres, Missouri

“Clinical Perfusion Workshop: Beyond Fick: Discussions on Advanced Perfusion Theory”

Perfusion Safety & Best Practices Meeting

October 5-8, 2011

Sponsored by The American Society of ExtraCorporeal Technology in joint collaboration with the International Consortium for Evidence-Based Perfusion (ICEBP).

Grand Hyatt, San Antonio, Texas

“Hyperoxygenation During CPB: When Should We Use It”

Annual Critical Care Nursing Symposium

March 8, 2012

Sponsored by the American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Greater Kansas City Chapter

Ritz Charles, Overland Park, KS

“Blood gas analysis in the univentricular patient: The need for a different perspective”

The Missouri Perfusion Society 17th Annual Scientific Meeting

June 9, 2012

Embassy Suites Hotel, Kansas City, Missouri

“EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS: THE NEED FOR A CARDIOPULMONARY BYPASS FAILURE MODE EFFECTS ANALYSIS”

Illinois State Perfusion Society 17th Annual Meeting, Oct. 19-21

Oct. 19, 2012

Hyatt Lodge and Hamburger

University, McDonald’s Campus, Oakbrook, Ill.

“Beyond Fick: Discussions On Advanced Perfusion Theory”

The Missouri Perfusion Society 18th Annual Scientific Meeting

June 8, 2013

Drury Plaza Hotel

Chesterfield, Missouri

“SHOULD WE PUT STEROIDS IN THE ECMO PUMP?”

The Missouri Perfusion Society 19th Annual Scientific Meeting

June 6 & 7, 2014

Mercy Hospital,

Springfield, Missouri

“PERFUSION SAFETY: THE FORGOTTEN PRIORITY

The Vanderbilt University Medical Center Clinical Perfusion Workshop: Beyond Fick: Discussions on Advanced Perfusion Theory

April 9, 2015

 

Sponsor: Nicole M. Michaud, MS, CCP, LP, PBMT, Cardiovascular Perfusion Program Director

Vanderbilt Theater, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, Tenn.

The Missouri Perfusion Society 20th Annual Scientific Meeting

June 5 & 6, 2015

Embassy Suites, Country Club Plaza, Kansas City, Missouri

“PERFUSION SAFETY: THE FORGOTTEN PRIORITY

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.