ECMO in the Adult Patient
From ConsultQD Live Admin2 on April 24th, 2020
- Introduction: Edward Soltesz, MD, MPH
- Case Presentation: Tamer Attia, MD
- Strategies for management of Cardiogenic Shock, Michael Tong, MD, MBA
- Cannulation Options for adult Cardiac ECMO, Shinya Unai, MD
- ECMO Circuit and Anticoagulation During Support, Pat Grady, CCP, Director Perfusion Services
- Weaning and Decannulation from VA ECMO, Penelope Rampersad, MD
- ECMO in the Catheterization Lab and Transfer, Amar Krishnaswamy, MD
- Outcome for Adult Cardiac ECMO, Emer Joyce, MD, PhD
- Presenter Panel Discussion
- Interpret VV and VA and additional variations such as VVA and EC-Pella (ECMO with Impella)
- Identify who manages ECMO, specifically in situations where there is very little ejection and LV distention
- Recognize the difficulties and standard of care for ECMO
This online series is designed for physicians, allied health practitioners and students interested in complex cardiovascular and thoracic conditions..
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