The provider inserts one or more cannulas into an artery and vein to perform isolated extracorporeal circulation in patients along with heated or nonheated regional chemotherapy perfusion to an extremity. Extracorporeal circulation is the diversion of the patient’s blood through an external device that takes over the work normally performed by a normal heart and lung. The aim of chemotherapy is to kill cancer cells.
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