§ 40. Practice prohibited. No person may use the title and designation of a “Licensed Perfusionist”, “Certified
Perfusionist”, “Certified Clinical Perfusionist”, “Perfusionist”, or “CCP”, either
directly or indirectly, in connection with his or her profession or business, unless
he or she has been issued a valid, existing license as a perfusionist under this Act.
No person may practice, offer to practice, attempt to practice, or hold himself or
herself out to practice as a licensed perfusionist without being licensed under this
Act. This does not mean that all of the aspects of practice listed in Sections 10 and
50 of this Act are practices or skills only a perfusionist can perform. Other licensed or certified persons may, if qualified, be allowed to perform some
or all of these practices.
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