Califa featured in " The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery"

Califia used in Surgical Training with CPB “Month-long cardiac surgery boot camp: A proposal to jump start resident training” - The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery.

ECLS Simulation Session at the Society of Clinical Perfusionists 2018

All set up for Getinge ECLS Simulation Session at the Society of Clinical Perfusionists of Great Britain & Ireland Perfusion Congress 2018 in Kenilworth, UK. with Damian McCann (Getinge Clinical Specialist) and David Machin (Perfusionist). Simulation session using the Califia Perfusion Patient Simulator and CardioHelp ECLS System.. A Prototype Modified Percutaneous Cannulatable Mannequin was connected to the Califia Simulator and enabled cannulation of neck and femoral vessels for CPB, VAD, VA or VV ECMO support.

Thomas Jefferson University training

Jefferson University School of Emerging Health Professions Perfusion and Extracorporeal Technology Program Class of 2020. Using Califia from the beginning to master essential perfusionist tasks prior to participating in patient care.

Califia Installation in China

Califia installation in Shenzhen / China – with Jan-Folkert Heida from the Netherlands

The Beating Heart and Califia named Most Innovative New Technology at TCT 2018

We are honored to be featured on www.dicardiology.com as part of their most innovative technology showcased at TCT 2018, for more information and see the video feature please click on the photo above.

Califia used in training in South Africa

The Califia® simulation system plays an important role in the education of surgeons and perfusionists in South Africa (now and in the future) - About 80 attendees from all over the world, including the EACTS organizing team, participated in Califia Perfusion CPB simulations over a two day period during the Hannes Meyer Registrar Symposium 2018 in Bloemfontein / South Africa. The simulations used both the “Beating Heart” module and a pig heart. Interesting cases were prepared by the team from the Free State university in Bloemfontein. Feedback from the attendees was very positive with everyone stating that the simulations (scenarios) were very realistic.