There is one clinical trial.
The prognosis of patients with severe COVID-19 disease, whose lungs are so severely diseased that they need to be supported by veno-venous ECMO (extracorporeal membrane oxygenation), is difficult to assess so far. Previously published data from studies, case reports and case series describe a very high mortality in this patient collective. The significance of established clinical prognostic cores in this patient population has not been systematically investigated. This is aggravated by the fact that even at very specialized centers only very few patients from this collective are (can be) treated, so that valid investigations are only possible in a multicenter patient collective. In this registry study, all patients diagnosed with COVID-19 and treated with vv-ECMO in the centers participating in the study should be retrospectively examined. The primary aim of the study is to investigate 30-day survival, secondary objectives include the analysis of different clinical scores at the time of ECMO implantation.
Description: time from ECMO-implantation to deathMeasure: overall survival Time: 30 days
Description: time from ECMO-implantation to ECMO-explantationMeasure: duration of ECMO treatment Time: 30 days
Description: time from ECMO-implantation to extubationMeasure: duration of ventilation treatment Time: 30 days
Description: time from ECMO-implantation to ICU-dischargeMeasure: duration of initiation of ECMO treatment to ICU discharge Time: 30 days
Data processed on September 26, 2020.
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