ECMO

ECMO

Manual for use in Adult Patients

Petr Ošťádal, Jan Bělohlávek a kol.

Formát:
110×190 mm
Vazba:
brožovaná, 95 stran
Rok vydání:
2018
Naše cena dnes:
638,- Kč (MC 750,- Kč)
Sleva:
112,- Kč (= 15 %)
Nakladatel:
Maxdorf
ISBN:
978-80-7345-564-4
Dostupnost:
1 pracovní den
Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO), is a rapidly developing technology for supporting or even replacing heart and/or lung functions for days or weeks, giving the time for recovery, other therapeutic interventions or replacement of the failing organ. For many years ECMO has been an established treatment for respiratory failure in newborns and children, but recently, it has been also applied to adult respiratory and circulatory failure. This technically challenging method and its use necessitates addressing problems not normally encountered in standard practice. This manual provides essential information that every ECMO team needs. All of the important topics are covered, from basic physiology to the practical details of bedside management. The manual contains high-quality illustrations of cannulation modalities and a number of photos. It is a practical guidebook for all caregivers on the ECMO team, and is small enough to carry in your pocket.
THANKS
FOREWORD
PREFACE
1 INTRODUCTION
2 VENO-VENOUS (VV) ECMO
2.1 Cannula insertion
2.2 Basic principles
3 VENOARTERIAL (VA) ECMO
3.1 Cannula insertion
3.2 Basic principles
4 VV ECMO OR VA ECMO?
5 INDICATIONS AND CONTRAINDICATIONS
5.1 VV ECMO: indications
5.2 VV ECMO: clinical conditions eligible for implantation
5.3 VV ECMO: contraindications
5.4 VA ECMO: indications
5.5 VA ECMO: clinical conditions eligible for implantation
5.6 VA ECMO: contraindications
6 ECMO CIRCUIT
6.1 Cannula selection
6.2 Cannulation
6.3 Startup
6.4 Basic settings
7 ANTICOAGULATION
8 ECMO TREATMENT: BASIC RULES
8.1 VV ECMO
8.2 VA ECMO
9 WEANING
9.1 VV ECMO
9.2 VA ECMO
9.3 Decannulation
10 MONITORING
10.1 Blood pressure
10.2 Blood gases
10.3 Pulse oximetry
10.4 SvO2, lactate
10.5 Cerebral (and peripheral) oximetry
10.6 Cardiac output
11 COMPLICATIONS
11.1 Bleeding
11.2 Ischemia
11.3 Thrombosis and the ECMO circuit
11.4 Brain hypoxia and Harlequin syndrome
11.5 Left ventricular overload
11.6 Air embolism
11.7 Surgery and the ECMO patient
REFERENCES
ABBREVIATIONS
LIST OF FIGURES
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
INDEX
Assoc. Prof. Petr Ostadal, M.D., Ph.D.
Complex Cardiovascular Center, Department of Cardiology, Na Homolce Hospital, Prague, Czech Republic
Assoc. Prof. Jan Belohlavek, M.D., Ph.D.
Complex Cardiovascular Center, 2nd Department of Internal Medicine - Cardiology and Angiology, General University Hospital and 1st Faculty of Medicine of Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

CO-AUTHORS:
Assoc. Prof. Martin Balik, M.D., Ph.D., EDIC
Complex Cardiovascular Center, Department of Anaesthesiology, Resuscitation and Intensive Care Medicine General University Hospital and 1st Faculty of Medicine of Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
Hynek Riha, M.D., Ph.D., MHA
Complex Cardiovascular Center, Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine, Institute of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, Prague, Czech Republic

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