A novel pump-driven veno-venous gas exchange system during extracorporeal CO2-removal

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Pump-driven veno-venous extracorporeal CO2-removal (ECCO2-R) increasingly takes root in hypercapnic lung failure to minimize ventilation invasiveness or to avoid intubation. A recently developed device (iLA activve®, Novalung, Germany) allows effective decarboxylation via a 22 French double lumen cannula. To assess determinants of gas exchange, we… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00134-015-3957-0

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@article{Hermann2015ANP, title={A novel pump-driven veno-venous gas exchange system during extracorporeal CO2-removal}, author={Alexander Hermann and Katharina Riss and Peter Schellongowski and Andja Bojic and Philipp Wohlfarth and Oliver Robak and Wolfgang R Sperr and Thomas Staudinger}, journal={Intensive Care Medicine}, year={2015}, volume={41}, pages={1773-1780} }