Sydney abstracts

Potger, K.C.; McMillan, D.; Brouwer, M.; Southwell, J.; Potger, K.; Brady, P.; Longenecker, R.; Marbarger, J.; Garrett, T.; Fambiatos, A.; McMillan, J.; McDonald, M.; Birchler, D.; McMillan, A.; Sharma, A.; Newling, R.; Hamilton, J.; Siddells, M.; Lei, J.; Wilson, R.
May 1999
Perfusion;1999, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p223
Academic Journal
Presents abstracts from the 15th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australasian Society of Cardiovascular Perfusionist Inc. held in Sydney, Australia, on October 16-17, 1998. `Perfusion trends during 1994-1997 at the Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney'; `Alternative to femoral venous cannulation using kinetic pump assistance, 21 Fr short cannula and the internal jugular vein'; `Utilization of a computer database to optimize transfusion practice: a 10-year experience.'


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