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Saturday 16 May 2020 - 09:30 - 11:30 (Login available 09:15)


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About this webinar


We look forward to welcoming you to our upcoming webinar: COVID-19: Advanced respiratory support and ECMO for COVID-19 patients.

This webinar will cover the clinical management of the sickest of COVID-19 patients in our hospitals and critical care units, those with severe respiratory failure.

We will cover advanced respiratory and circulatory support and especially extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO), including mechanical ventilation strategies for different patients, anticoagulation and thrombosis, when to consider ECMO, how ECMO is being used during the pandemic, the new national online ECMO referral system, the cytokine storm in COVID-19 patients and outcomes from ECMO in COVID-19 patients.

This webinar is kindly sponsored by...




Learning Objectives


- To understand options for advanced respiratory support in patients with COVID-19
- To understand the indications for ECMO in patients with respiratory failure and COVID-19
- To review the management and complications of ECMO in patients with COVID-19
- To examine the data regarding outcomes from ECMO in patients with COVID-19




We have a number of renowned speakers including:

Dr Luigi Camporota
Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals, London

Dr Rachel Jooste
Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge

Dr Miguel Garcia
Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester

Dr Hakeem Yusuff
Glenfield Hospital, Leicester

Dr Rachel Tattersall,
Consultant Adolescent and Adult Rheumatologist, Sheffield Teaching Hospital, Sheffield

Dr Brijesh Patel
Royal Brompton Hospital, London

Organised by: Prof Andrew Klein, Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge