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Mechanical Circulatory Support Devices Symposium - College of Medicine, Continuing Medical Education

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The Pearls and Pittfalls Conference (formerly Mechanical Circulatory Support Devices or MCSD) has a new name!

This annual conference has combined with other successful UF Anesthesia Conferences to become the

1st Annual Gator Anesthesia Technical Skills Workshop

March 5-6, 2016 | UCF College of Medicine Building | Orlando, FL

For more information and to register, visit GatorAnestTechnicalSkills.cme.ufl.edu

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This new 2 day program features lectures and hands-on workshop with a variety of devices. Anesthesiology residents and Fellows, anesthesia providers (including CRNAs, AAs, ARNPs and Physician Assistants), anesthesiology staff and faculty, cardiac surgeons, perfusionists, nurse specialists and other physicians desiring an update on mechanical circulatory support devices should attend.

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