AMI Cardiogenic Shock
Early Stabilization Can Improve Outcomes in Cardiogenic Shock
Impella® heart pumps have the ability to stabilize patient hemodynamics, unload the left ventricle, perfuse end organs, and allow for recovery of the native heart in patients with ongoing cardiogenic shock. Identifying patients early, treating them with a proven protocol, and following them with hemodynamic monitoring and aggressive down titration of inotropes and vasopressors can reverse the downward spiral of cardiogenic shock and help patients achieve myocardial recovery.
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Digital Summit Recording 2021
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Interview with Dr. Pappalardo on “Optimal ICU Management to Patients Requiring Hemodynamic Support with an Impella® Device"
Watch the interview with Dr. Pappalardo and learn more about ICU Management to patients requiring hemodynamic support.
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Learn more about how identifying patients early and adhering to a best practice protocol can help achieve myocardial recovery.
Explore clinical data that validates best practices in AMI cardiogenic shock management.
Review best practices for improving patient outcomes following cardiogenic shock.