Surgical outcomes in cardiogenic shock patients with preoperative extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) [post]

Mahmoud Yousef Ibrahim Abuharb, Dong Ran, Zheng Jubing
2021 unpublished
Objectives To summarise the surgical outcomes in patients with cardiogenic shock supported by preoperative extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO). Methods Between May 2012 and August 2017, eight patients with cardiogenic shock patients supported by ECMO underwent emergency surgery; four of them had isolated coronary artery bypass grafting, three had coronary artery bypass grafting with mitral replacement, and one had mitral valve replacement with left ventricular posterior wall repair.
more » ... r wall repair. Results All eight patients successfully weaned off from ECMO after their surgeries. Postoperative ECOM time ranged from 6.8 to 228 hours, with a median of 68.4 hours. Two patients died postoperatively while another six survived. The follow up time for the six patients was ranged from three to 66 months whereby one of them died in the third month due to septicaemia. The remaining five patients survived with good cardiac function based on the NYHA classification. Conclusion ECMO is a vital bridge in the preparation of critically-ill patients for cardiac surgery. It is associated with acceptable outcomes among the majority of the patients.
doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-358101/v1 fatcat:v36flcwyjjelnpgkocnbsvphhm