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Coagulation abnormalities in patients with COVID‐19 on venovenous ECLS increased risk for technical complications and support times but had no impact on survival

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Lehle, Karla ; Philipp, Alois ; Foltan, Maik ; Schettler, Frank ; Ritzka, Markus ; Müller, Thomas ; Lubnow, Matthias
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Background Patients with severe coronavirus disease-19 (COVID-19)-associated acute respiratory distress on venovenous extracorporeal lung support (V-V ECLS) showed a high incidence of vascular as well as ECLS-related thrombotic complications. The latter may influence the outcome of the patients. Methods This is a retrospective monocentric study on prospectively collected data of technical ...


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