July 8, 2024
With the growing prevalence of ECPR, it is now more important than ever for all individuals in the medical community to understand what ECMO is, not just those providers who are directly involved with its use. In this new podcast series, Zack Shinar and Jon Marinaro help Nathaniel Dennis-Benford, a first-year medical student, explore what a medical student should know about ECMO and ECPR. In this first episode of the series, we start from the basics: what is "cardiac arrest", how is it traditionally managed, and finally what even is ECMO?

With the growing prevalence of ECPR, it is now more important than ever for all individuals in the medical community to understand what ECMO is, not just those providers who are directly involved with its use. In this new podcast series, Zack Shinar and Jon Marinaro help Nathaniel Dennis-Benford, a first-year medical student, explore what a medical student should know about ECMO and ECPR. In this first episode of the series, we start from the basics: what is “cardiac arrest”, how is it traditionally managed, and finally what even is ECMO?

 

AHA recommendations for ECPR at 2A – see article here

Free link for Zack and Dinis editorial on Lactate use here

1 thought on “89 – What a Medical Student Should Know: Part 1

  1. FASCINATING! Thanks for the great work you are all doing! I can’t wait to hear more! And Nate’s Story was featured on ED ECMO #37.

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