Tag: AI

Critical care & ECMO in the era of COVID-19: why data matters

Critical care & ECMO in the era of COVID-19: why data matters! ELSO webinar, moderated by Dr. Robert Bartlett & Matt Paden, highlighting the current research underway focused on better understanding the impact of COVID-19, and the role of extracorporeal support and ICU care in patients with SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus infection. Topics & speakers:
ELSO Registry and the live dashboard for COVID-19 Cases: Matt Paden & Ryan Barbaro
EuroELSO Survey on ECLS in COVID-19, Roberto Lorusso & Jan Bělohlávek
COVID-Critical Care Consortium, John Fraser & Heidi Dalton

Here full replay!

… and some slides:

Barbaro R.: We always know data matters! since H1N1 pandemic: now, more than 10 years later, COVID- 19 presented uncertainty & dynamic understanding, but thanks to community data soon start arriving, through:
ELSO Registry COVID-19 addendum and live dashboard
COVID critical care consortium
EuroELSO survey on ECMO in COVID-19

Lorusso R.: with @jan_belohlavek sharing (preliminary) data but really interesting insights from EuroECMO COVID, the scientific “adventure” of EuroELSO survey, amazing collection of data in really short ime, thanks to EuroELSO & collaborative centers.

Fraser J.: presenting COVID critical care consortium, global collaboration of more than 330 hospital across 50 countries, 1021 patients enrolled to date, aimed to characterize COVID-19 ICU pts, & its subgroups: we need data to get whole picture!

And please take the ongoing related surveys, ie neonatal and pediatric ICU & ECMO survey http://bit.ly/3d7MSmR aimed to acquire basic informations on neonates & pediatric SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus patients requiring ICU admission/ECMO, or the ethics ECMO & pandemis survey.