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NEW ED ECMO Article from the ERECT Collaborative is in Press:

Article in Press: Practice characteristics of Emergency Department extracorporeal cardiopulmonary resuscitation (eCPR) programs in the United States: The current state of the art of Emergency Department extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ED ECMO)

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The REANIMATE 3 Fellowship Contest – 2017

The REANIMATE team is offering one free ticket to #REANIMATE2 & #REANIMATE3 to the winner of our resuscitation essay contest!

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EDECMO 29 – ECMO in Hypothermic Cardiac Arrest – with Torvind Naesheim of Norway

Joe interviews Torvind Naesheim, an intensivist and cardiothoracic anesthesiologist from Norway, on the management of accidental hypothermic arrest using ECMO

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EDECMO 28 – The University of Utah EDECMO Experience and the ERECT Collaborative

Zack talks with the ED ECMO team from the University of Utah about how they established their ECPR program.

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Building REANIMATE 1: a video montage

When preparing for #REANIMATE16 there were no simulators for ECPR. There were no commercially available models for ECPR cannulation. There was nothing.

We had to build it. From scratch.

This short video documents the building of #REANIMATE16 and the first international endovascular resuscitation conference.

For Scott, Zack, and Joe #REANIMATE16 was a huge success…just in pulling it off!

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EDECMO 27 – A Real-World Case of a Crashing Multi-Drug OD Patient Saved with ED ECMO

This is a real-world case of a multi-drug overdosed patient that would have died without ECMO. We talk about ECMO being a bridge to an intervention. Well, sometimes ECMO is a bridge to metabolism of drug/med that they OD’d on.

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EDECMO 26 – “ECPR is a Step Too Far” – Ho vs. Bellezzo: a SMACCback Chicago Cage Match

Are you ready for this rumble in the urban jungle?? Chris Ho vs Joe Bellezzo in the no holds barred debate about whether ECMO CPR is a step too far? The next cage match from SMACC Chicago.

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#REANIMATE16 would not have been possible without ‘a little help from our friends’ from the Alfred ICU

Last week Jason McClure, Paul Nixon and Chris Nickson came over to San Diego as the Alfred ICU’s representatives teaching on the #REANIMATE16 Endovascular Resuscitation Conference.

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REANIMATE 2: September 12 & 13, 2016

REANIMATE 1 is now behind us. And it was a huge success. On February 25 and 26, 2016 physicians, nurses and paramedics from around the globe met at the UCSD Simulation Center/Center for the Future of Surgery and immersed ourselves in the art and science of Endovascular Resuscitation: ECMO, ECPR, REBOA, bleeding-edge resuscitation, and more.    From  the entertaining (and for Bellezzo maybe a little humiliating!) didactic sessions to hands-on down-and-dirty sim sessions, participants were given the opportunity to train with the best educators in the world of resuscitative science. And now we are ready to make it even better!

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EDECMO 25.5 – (Part 2) an EDECMO short with Jim Manning – on location with the SAMU pre-hospital ECMO team in France

In followup to our discussion with Jim Manning MD (@JManning_UNC) and Lionel Lamhaut (@LionelLamhaut) MD of the Service d’Aide Médicale Urgente (SAMU) for EDECMO Episode 25, the guys spent the last few days ‘just hanging out in Paris.”

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