NEW ARTICLE: Emergency department initiation of percutaneous cardiopulmonary support for traumatic cardiac tamponade with coagulated pericardial effusion

2014 case report just published out of Japan. Interesting. Our 2012 ECPR study was cited here.

Why not simultaneously try the pericardiocentesis during the cannulation procedure?

 

But this is good proof of concept for another rare application of ECLS in a trauma scenario.

This article is open access, thanks to Elsevier, so here it is:

2014 coagulated cardiac tamponade with ECPR


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