ECMO in COVID-19: What have we learned so far?

ECMO in COVID-19: What we have learned thus far? Lot of interesting topics & points of view discussed during this ELSO webinar, on April 22! Speakers & topics:
Christian Bermudez & Holt Murray: regional coordination and collaboration on patients selection, cannulation, transfer, management strategies…
Erik Osborn: successful ECMO support experiences, general management & procedures on extracorporeal support
Troy Seelhammer & Tim Maul: hypercoagulable state of patients with Coronavirus infection & approaches to anticoagulation; circuits/devices shortage & potential alternatives.
Here the slides!

Christian Bermudez, Professor of Surgery and Director of Thoracic Transplantation – Department of Surgery – University of Pennsylvania:  ECMO Center Organization and Regional Coordination

Holt Murray, Department of Critical Care Medicine, Chief of Service UPMC Mercy and Assistant Professor, Critical Care Medicine, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Regional ECMO Coordination – 10 years in 10 minutes

Erik Osborn, Medical Director of Adult ECMO – Inova Health System,
Northern Virginia
COVID-19 & ECMO: Experiences and Management

Timothy M. Maul Perfusionist and Sr. Researcher – Nemours Children’s Hospital and Adjunct Asst. Professor, Biomedical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh
Inflammation & Coagulation for SARS-COV-2: Perfusionist’s Perspective

Troy Seelhammer, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology & Critical Care Medicine & Adult ECMO Medical Director – Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
ECMO in COVID-19: Is There a Role for Bivalirudin?

Full video available on our youtube channel

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