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Role Played by ECMO in Critical Care

Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) plays a pivotal role in critical care, providing advanced life support for patients with severe cardiac or respiratory failure. By temporarily assuming the function of the heart and lungs, ECMO allows vital organs to recover, offering a crucial bridge to recovery or transplant. Its capacity to maintain oxygenation and circulation in critically ill patients underscores ECMO's significance as a lifesaving intervention in the intensive care setting.

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Dr Atchyuth R Gongada

HoD an d Sr Consultant Dept of Critical Care and Anaesthesiology Apollo Hospitals, Health city, Visakhapatnam"

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Dr Atchyuth R Gongada MD FRCA is HoD and Sr Consultant in Dept of Critical Care and Anaesthesiology at Apollo Hospitals, Healtcity, Visakhapatnam.He has done M.B.B.S. from Andhra Medical College and his M.D. (Anesthesia) from Rangaraya Medical College and Obtained fellowship from the Royal College of Anesthesia, U.K. (F.R.C.A.) in 2008

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  • 12th-December-2023, TIME : 05:00PM - 06:00PM
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Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) plays a pivotal role in critical care, providing advanced life support for patients with severe cardiac or respiratory failure. By temporarily assuming the function of the heart and lungs, ECMO allows vital organs to recover, offering a crucial bridge to recovery or transplant. Its capacity to maintain oxygenation and circulation in critically ill patients underscores ECMO's significance as a lifesaving intervention in the intensive care setting.

webinar
Dr Atchyuth R Gongada
  • 12th-December-2023, TIME : 05:00PM - 06:00PM
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Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) plays a pivotal role in critical care, providing advanced life support for patients with severe cardiac or respiratory failure. By temporarily assuming the function of the heart and lungs, ECMO allows vital organs to recover, offering a crucial bridge to recovery or transplant. Its capacity to maintain oxygenation and circulation in critically ill patients underscores ECMO's significance as a lifesaving intervention in the intensive care setting.

webinar
Dr Atchyuth R Gongada
  • 12th-December-2023, TIME : 05:00PM - 06:00PM
  • 0

Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) plays a pivotal role in critical care, providing advanced life support for patients with severe cardiac or respiratory failure. By temporarily assuming the function of the heart and lungs, ECMO allows vital organs to recover, offering a crucial bridge to recovery or transplant. Its capacity to maintain oxygenation and circulation in critically ill patients underscores ECMO's significance as a lifesaving intervention in the intensive care setting.