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ECMO Learning Pathway

ECMO Learning Pathway – Fourth 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 the fourth and final phase, we offer Abbott product information, online publications, and additional online resources that cover clinical outcomes for the CentriMag Circulatory Support System, bridging strategies for ECMO, COVID-19 and more.

ECMO Data and Outcomes

Clinical Compendium

  • CentriMag System Clinical Compendium

    CentriMag System Clinical Compendium

Bridging Strategies for ECMO

Product Information

On-Demand Webinars

Understanding the Hub and Spoke Model for ECMO Support

This video discusses best practices for managing patients experiencing cardiogenic shock or acute respiratory failure, using supporting data from peer-reviewed articles and the guidelines from the consortium of institutions for EMCO support, Extracorporeal Life Support Organization (ELSO).
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COVID-19 Resources

Webinars

ECMO Support in COVID-19 Patients: Sharing Center Experiences

This video features centers sharing their experiences in preparing for and managing COVID-19 patients requiring ECMO support.

 

Preparation for a Potential Future Pandemic: The ECMO Coordinator Perspective

This video focuses on how centers handled the logistics of COVID-19 outbreak and how they expect to tackle a second potential wave of the infection.

 

COVID-19 Hospital Preparedness: Lessons Learned, The NYC Experience

This interactive call, sponsored by Abbott, features experiences and lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic in New York City, and how to improve hospital preparedness.

 

COVID-19 Hospital Preparedness: The Michigan Experience

This interactive call sponsored by Abbott covers the impact of COVID-19 on heart failure patients and how Abbott’s heart failure portfolio can assist with managing the challenges. The video shares innovative strategies for patient management and resources for collaboration.

 

Additional Resources

Call the 24-Hour HeartLine:   1 (800) 456-1477

Register for an ELSO membership and attend the annual meeting

Attend the ELSO Adult ECMO Training Course, which is offered several times per year.

Next Steps

This concludes our ECMO learning pathway. You can review the full ECMO learning pathway or contact Abbott for any questions you have.

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