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Dr. Venu Menon : Out Of Hospital Cardiac Arrest Treatment

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Dr. Venu Menon, Director Of Intensive Cardiac Care Units, Clevland Clinic, spoke to Hiral Bhatt at STEMI India 2018, Lucknow. This is what he said:


' Out of hospital cardiac is class one indication, you should strongly consider treating patients with therapeutic hypothermia because it is related with increased chances of survival


'Temporary mechanical devices allow us to stabilize the hemodynamics of the patient.'


'When patients are in shock with a large myocardial infarction putting them on temporary devices gives us the time to allow the ventricle to recover.'


'There are a group of patients when we put them on the support devices continue to do very poorly, they have an end-organ injury and will ultimately pass away.'


'There will be a group of patients for whom we may be able to offer new support devices like durable LVADs and transplantation and save them.'


Watch the full Interview:


Dr. Venu Menon

Director Of Intensive Cardiac Care Units, Clevland Clinic

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