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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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.
Initial experience with single cannulation for veno-venous extracorporeal oxygenation in adults.
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.
In addition, to complement its focused development efforts for the IVOX device, the company is expanding its product strategy to include the development of an extracorporeal oxygenation device suitable for pulmonary support which will utilize its proprietary TRC coated hollow fiber technology.
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