Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation

What is Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation?

Extracorporeal support is used for postoperative support in patients following cardiac surgery.The purpose of ECMO is to allow time for intrinsic recovery of the lungs and heart.

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I had ARDS and was on ECMO about two years ago. Now, out of no where, my lungs are in pain. Horrible pain, to the point where I dont want to take...

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Child having congenital heart disease since birth. perioral cyanosis and easy fatigability is suggestive of the chronic cardiac failure. And i...

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