Nov 10, 2021
In this podcast, Dr. Jim Kolbeck, interventional and structural cardiologist with Minneapolis Heart Institute at United Hospital, discusses ECMO (extracorporeal membrane oxygenation) and the various aspects of this procedure.
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*See the attachment for the full chapter summaries.
- History of ECMO
- Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO):
- V-A Veno-Arterial
- V-V Veno-Venous
- Who gets ECMO
- V-A: Shock states
- ECPR: V-A
- Out-of-hospital cardiac arrests
- ARREST Trial
- Refractory Cardiac Arrest
- V-A ECMO
- V-V ECMO
- Bifemoral or Femoral/Jugular
- Dual Lumen: Jugular vein
- V-V to V-A
- Discussions of care
- Cannulate and Ship Model
- Who's Involved
- The Machine: Cardiohelp (portable ECMO machine)
- Physiology of ECMO
- Monitoring the Results
- Who Gets ECMO
- The Future / Next steps