89 – What a Medical Student Should Know: Part 1
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by Zack Shinar, Zack Shinar, MD
1w ago
With the growing prevalence of ECPR, it is now more important than ever for all individuals in the medical community to understand what ECMO is, not just those providers who are directly involved with its use. In this new podcast series, Zack Shinar and Jon Marinaro help Nathaniel Dennis-Benford, a first-year medical student, explore what a medical student should know about ECMO and ECPR. In this first episode of the series, we start from the basics: what is “cardiac arrest”, how is it traditionally managed, and finally what even is ECMO?   AHA recommendations for ECPR at 2A – see articl ..read more
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88 – ECMO Billing with John Mehall
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by Zack Shinar, Zack Shinar, MD
3M ago
If you are running or starting a US ECMO program, this episode is a must listen.  John Mehall from Innovative ECMO Concepts goes through the financial aspects of ECMO care.  He covers everything from hospital charges to physician reimbursement to areas where hospitals commonly fail.  We all know that you cannot have a successful ECMO program unless you have sufficient funding to keep it going.  Jon Marinaro, Zack Shinar, and an entire audience of Reanimate 9 attendees join the episode to ask questions and give their own insight. Web Pricer (cms.gov) – your hospital wei ..read more
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87 – Pearls From Prague and San Diego Resus Consortium with Saul Levine
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by Zack Shinar, Zack Shinar, MD
5M ago
This month Zack gives some pearls from his travels to Prague for Jan Behlolavek’s ECPR school, Poland to meet with Marek Dabrowski, and ELSO with the entire crew.  Zack also interviews Saul Levine for the first of what may be a recurring conversation about the San Diego Resuscitation Consortium.  His efforts along with Kristi Koenig, Shawn Evans, Todd Baumbacher, and many others have paved the way for an OHCA ECPR protocol that may change more than just San Diego cardiac care.  Listen to Saul explain how the first 3 months of this process has expanded the minds of what cardiac a ..read more
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Reanimate 9 Live Stream
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by Zack Shinar
5M ago
Crew, Reanimate 9 is next week (Nov 8th and 9th).  We have a HUGE announcement.  We are live-streaming Jason Bartos’ lecture about the Minneapolis ECPR experience.  Day is November 9th.  Time is 8:45 – 9:35 am PST (11:45 am – 12:35 pm EST).  Come listen in by clicking this link on November 9th ..read more
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86: UCLA ECPR with Vadim Gudzenko
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by Zack Shinar, Zack Shinar, MD
7M ago
  This episode is a follow up to last month’s episode with Nichole Bosson.  Zack interviews Vadim Gudzenko about the in-patient aspects and critical care doctor perspective on the Los Angeles OHCA ECPR program.  A few take homes are that EMS is critical to any OHCA ECPR program.  Nurses need support for these intense patients with high mortality.  And emergency physicians need to buy in to the idea of ECMO for cardiac arrest to make a successful program.   Upcoming Events Sept – ELSO – https://web.cvent.com/event/ae91fbc7-6d71-45f9-8a6f-41fe973bfd23/summary Oct ..read more
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85: Los Angeles County ECPR Program with Nichole Bosson
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by Zack Shinar, Zack Shinar, MD
9M ago
One of the biggest questions in ECPR right now is how do we organize our system to provide ECPR in an effective and streamlined approach?  Nichole Bosson, Dave Shavelle and the army of L.A. ECPR enthusiasts have successfully implemented a multi-hospital ECPR receiving center program in Los Angeles.  In this episode, Zack talks with Dr. Bosson about how they started, what they learned, and where they are going.   A little about Dr. Bosson She is the Assistant Medical Director at the Los Angeles County EMS Agency. She is an Associate Clinical Professor at David Geffen School of ..read more
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84: Talking ELSO with CEO Christine Stead
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by Zack Shinar, Zack Shinar, MD
10M ago
Jon Marinaro takes EDECMO through another great podcast.  This time he interviews Christine Stead, the CEO of ELSO.  She talks about how ELSO is setting up standards for ECMO programs to try to make ECMO care at all hospitals safer.  She talks about how she works also with the device industry.  This involves working with the FDA for future innovations and CMS for reimbursement issues.  She talks about the website and how to get your program certified.  Christine as a person is amazing.  She and her 5 person team runs an organization that has its hands in so ..read more
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83: Taking ECMO in Pulmonary Embolism to the Next Level
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by Zack Shinar, Zack Shinar, MD
11M ago
In this episode Jon Marinaro joins the ED ECMO team and interviews his colleague Sundeep Guliani, MD about the use of an ECMO first strategy for Massive Pulmonary Embolism. Jon and Sundeep review the data and processes from their institution and from other institutions in the United States.  Could it be that ECLS could move the survival needle on this high mortality disease? Listen and find out! Hobohm L, Sagoschen I, Habertheuer A, Barco S, Valerio L, Wild J, Schmidt FP, Gori T, Münzel T, Konstantinides S, Keller K. Clinical use and outcome of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation in pati ..read more
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82: Inception Trial with Jon Marinaro
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by Zack Shinar, Zack Shinar, MD
1y ago
In this episode, Jon Marinaro and Zack Shinar go through the hot off the press Inception trial.  The trial was touted as a negative ECPR study though many reasons make this trial different then the ARREST trial.  They go through several important take home points for practitioners starting or running an ECPR/ECMO program.   Inception Trial https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2204511 ..read more
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81: In Hospital Cardiac Arrest ECMO Inclusion Criteria with Joe Tonna
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by Zack Shinar, Zack Shinar, MD
1y ago
In this podcast, Joe Tonna tells us how to approach hypothermia with ECPR patients.  He also goes through his paper RESCUE-IHCA giving us an immediate way to prognosticate in patients to use of ECMO or not. Hypothermia – Resuscitation Nakashima T, Ogata S, Noguchi T, Nishimura K, Hsu CH, Sefa N, Haas NL, Bĕlohlávek J, Pellegrino V, Tonna JE, Haft J, Neumar RW. Association of intentional cooling, achieved temperature and hypothermia duration with in-hospital mortality in patients treated with extracorporeal cardiopulmonary resuscitation: An analysis of the ELSO registry. Resuscitation. 20 ..read more
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