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ECMO Learning Pathway

ECMO Learning Pathway – First Phase

The ECMO learning pathway is designed to support perfusionists, nurses, respiratory therapists, and ECMO specialists while developing their approach to using the CentriMag™ Acute Circulatory Support System for ECMO treatment.

We have broken down the ECMO learning pathway into four phases:

  • FIRST PHASE - ECMO General Introduction, Reimbursement and Warranty
  • SECOND PHASE - Cannulation Strategies, Devices, Components, and Priming.
  • THIRD PHASE - ECMO Patient Management and ECMO Transport
  • FOURTH PHASE - ECMO Data and Outcomes, ECMO Bridging Strategies, and COVID-19

In this first phase, we offer Abbott webinars, Abbott guides, and online resources that cover general information on ECMO, as well as reimbursement and warranty information related to relevant ECMO therapy products.

ECMO General Introduction

Webinar: ECMO: Then and Now

This Abbott-sponsored webinar will discuss the historical progression of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) from first in-man clinical application to modern clinical practices and future advancements in technology.

Reimbursement and Warranty Information

Guides and Brochures

  • CentriMag System ECMO Coding and Payment Guide

    CentriMag System ECMO Coding and Payment Guide

  • Extended Warranty Information Brochure

    Extended Warranty Information Brochure

On-Demand Webinar

  • 2020 Medicare Coding and Payment Update for Mechanical Circulatory Support with HeartMate LVAD and CentriMag System

    2020 Medicare Coding and Payment Update for Mechanical Circulatory Support with HeartMate™ LVAD and CentriMag System

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