This study investigated how a different pump, the intraaortic balloon
pump (IABP), affected the survival rates after cardiogenic shock.
Ten years ago, the use of the intraaortic balloon
pump (IABP) in Auckland City Hospital's coronary care unit (CCU) was fairly common.
(53.8%) patients in GpI and 16 (61.5%) patients in GpII required ionotropes, while intraaortic balloon
pump (IABP) was inserted preoperatively in 4 (15.38%) in Gp 1 and 3 (11.5%) in GpII.
In severe cases of cariogenic shock with progressive organ dysfunction, the initiation of intraaortic balloon
pumping (IABP) and/or extracorporeal membrane oxygenation(ECMO) can be considered.
The advantages of the MECC system in comparison to other mechanical circulatory support technologies like the intraaortic balloon
pump (IABP) or the left ventricular assist device (LVAD) are an immediate hemodynamic stabilization and additional support by unloading the right ventricle .
pumping and percutaneous cardiopulmonary support were established before emergency CAG because of his unstable hemodynamic state.
Immediately after surgery, the patient became markedly hypotensive, requiring intravenous vasopressor agents, intraaortic balloon
pump placement, and venoarterial extracorporeal membrane oxygenation.
Kunzelman, "Ambulatory intraaortic balloon
pump use as bridge to heart transplant," Annals of Thoracic Surgery, vol.
pump (IABP) support was performed through the femoral artery in patients experiencing acute pulmonary edema associated with unstable condition or hemodynamic instability.
Initial clinical experience with intraaortic balloon
pumping in cardiogenic shock.
The ICCU is supposed to give highrisk coronary patients access to special procedures such as intraaortic balloon
, heartbeat regulation, hemodynamic monitoring and cardioversion for arrhythmia.
pumping in patients requiring cardiac operations; risk analysis and long-term follow-up.