extracorporeal oxygenation

extracorporeal oxygenation

the use of an artificial membrane outside the body to provide for oxygenation of the blood in a patient with severe lung disease.
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Prolonged extracorporeal oxygenation for acute post-traumatic respiratory failure (shock-lung syndrome).
Mobile set to conduct ECMO extracorporeal oxygenation Packages
Prolonged extracorporeal oxygenation for acute posttraumatic respiratory failure (shock-lung syndrome): Use of the Bramson membrane lung.
They do note address ultrasound, echocardiography, rapid infusion systems, or cardiopulmonary bypass or extracorporeal oxygenation hardware and techniques.
A 24-year-old poly-trauma patient was supported on extracorporeal oxygenation after developing "shock lung" for a total of 75 hours before successful weaning and discharge.
The first category consists of cardiopulmonary systems, employed for extracorporeal oxygenation and blood circulation during heart and cardiothoracic surgery; products in the other category are circulatory and ventricular assist devices designed for incorporation into the patient's body to complement cardioventricular functions.
Taylor is a professor of pediatrics at UAMS and medical director of the ACH extracorporeal oxygenation program.
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