REBOA (Resuscitative Endovascular Balloon Occlusion of the Aorta) is used to gain proximal control over non-compressible hemorrhage below the diaphragm. In this episode, Zack takes a deep dive into REBOA implementation, physiology, and complications with four of the biggest movers in the world of REBOA:[Read more]
Our friends Salim Rezaie and Anand Swaminathan do a bangup job of reviewing a recent article, published in December 2016, that suggested that mCPR could be more harmful than manual chest compressions:[Read more]
In this episode, Joe talks with Dr. Sean Deitch, a non-academic Emergency Physician practicing in San Diego, California. Dr. Deitch attended REANIMATE 3 – which just finished 2 weeks ago…and has an amazing story to tell. You’ll have to listen to the episode…
REANIMATE 4 is September 21-22, 2017 and features guest faculty member Stephen Bernard – coming all the way from Melbourne, Australia – and best know from the original therapeutic hypothermia trials and CHEER. R3 was amazing and R4 will be even better!![Read more]
REANIMATE 4: the World’s premier endovascular resuscitation conference, held in San Diego California, is September 21-22, 2017. Join us for the most engaging immersion into the world of Extracoporeal Life Support, Extracorporeal CPR, REBOA, and hyper-invasive endovascular resuscitation teaching.[Read more]
How to build a REBOA Cannulation model in 1000 easy steps – with Chris Ho, MD[Read more]
In this episode of the EDECMO podcast, Zack describes how to use the concept of ‘TEAM PLAY”, much like the gang from the classic novel “Bringing Down the House” by Ben Mezrich, to optimize outcomes after cardiac arrest….with, or without, ECPR.[Read more]
In this episode we explore two very different applications of the Impella® device – a percutaneously-placed temporary ventricular assist device (VAD) sold by Abiomed (no financial disclosures). These VADs work by the use of a micro-axillary pump which is typically placed by interventional cardiologists under fluoroscopy. The inlet of the pump is placed in the ventrical while the outlet rests just above the aortic valve.[Read more]
Finally we now know what DasSMACC has in store!
Here are some inside tips that we have received from the SMACC organising committee that will help you prepare for the ticket release which is scheduled for Wednesday 8.00 am 26th October (Sydney Australian EST), or 22.00 London, 17.00 New York on the 25th of October for those on that side of the world.[Read more]
Here is a case of a young man who presented to the Emergency Department with profound anaphylaxis. This was a “CAN Intubate/CAN’T VENTILATE” scenario:
What options do you have? Find out in this episode.
Post Pump Crit Care[Read more]