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Using ECMO for traumatic patients has had some promising papers through the years, but the data overall is still poor. Justyna Swol has teamed up with ELSO to improve this deficiency by making a trauma carve out of the ELSO registry. In this episod... more
The Netherlands has undertaken a monumental task: provide ECPR to 100% of their country. Dinis Reis Miranda and his team have put in place an unbelievably organized and robust project to improve the survival from cardiac arrest for their entire count... more
In this short episode, Zack makes two points. One, it was tough to get to where we are with ECMO acceptance. Two, cardiac arrest patients in PEA should be considered for ECPR. Below is the full editorial Zack and Alice did recently in the Journal of ... more
I’m glad I came across the podcast, out of sheer curiosity, on the topic of ECMO. more
What a great podcast full of detailed and thoughtful information.
I really appreciated the insight offered by Drs. Bellezzo, Shiner and Weingart. Very clear, direct and compelling.
Presented so that even students could understand and follow
Great info on a life saving technique. Check it out!
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ED ECMO launched 9 years ago and published 144 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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