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September 2020
At your institution, at what level of glucose (mg/dL) do you routinely begin to treat intraoperative hyperglycemia for pediatric patients undergoing cardiopulmonary bypass?

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COVID-19 Webinar

The Congenital Cardiac Anesthesia Society (CCAS) presents a webinar summarizing the current knowledge on COVID-19 including; testing and personal protective equipment (PPE), discussing the … [Read More...]

New CCAS Website

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The CCAS Dolly D. Hansen, MD Educational Fund

Dr. Dolly D. Hansen, "the Mother of Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia", devoted her entire career to the life of children with congenital heart disease (CHD).

When Dr. Dolly D. Hansen retired from BCH, she graciously donated funds for an endowed chair at Boston Children's Hospital. Dr. Hansen's wishes were that the funds would be utilized to conduct research, provide education to generations of professionals caring for CHD patients, and to improve the lives of patients with CHD.

It is fitting to honor Dolly's remarkable career and fulfill her wishes by establishing the Dr. Dolly D. Hansen Educational Fund. This Fund is intended to serve the educational mission of the Congenital Cardiac Anesthesia Society.

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The CCAS Forum

The CCAS is a group of physician and affiliated providers who care for children and adults receiving anesthesia or sedation for cardiac anomalies. It is affiliated with the Society for Pediatric Anesthesia and holds annual meetings in conjunction with the SPA. Membership in the Slack discussion group is restricted to members of the CCAS or other healthcare providers.

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If you wish to be added to the discussion, please email ccas@societyhq.com.