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American Experience with Extracorporeal Support in Covid-19 Patients: Early Outcomes from a Single Institution
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  • Erik Osborn,
  • Alan Speir,
  • James Lantry,
  • Chris King,
  • Ramesh Singh,
  • Liam Ryan,
  • Jikar Simou,
  • Eric Sarin,
  • Daniel Tang,
  • Sarah Hatch,
  • Mary Looby,
  • Joby Chandy,
  • Jeremy Gold,
  • Laith Altaweel,
  • Kevin Lowery,
  • Manoj Reddy,
  • Jing Wang,
  • Kathleen Petro,
  • Heidi Dalton,
  • Hussain Dhanani,
  • Patrick Moran,
  • Svetolik Djurkovic,
  • Pouya Tahsilifahadan,
  • Thomas Preston,
  • Mehul Desai
Erik Osborn
Inova Health System
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Alan Speir
Inova Health System
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James Lantry
Inova Health System
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Chris King
Inova Health System
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Ramesh Singh
Inova Health System
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Liam Ryan
Inova Health System
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Jikar Simou
Inova Health System
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Eric Sarin
Inova Health System
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Daniel Tang
Inova Health System
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Sarah Hatch
Inova Health System
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Mary Looby
Inova Health System
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Joby Chandy
Inova Health System
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Jeremy Gold
Inova Health System
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Laith Altaweel
Inova Health System
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Kevin Lowery
Inova Health System
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Manoj Reddy
Inova Health System
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Jing Wang
Inova Health System
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Kathleen Petro
Inova Health System
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Heidi Dalton
Inova Health System
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Hussain Dhanani
Inova Health System
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Patrick Moran
Inova Health System
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Svetolik Djurkovic
Inova Health System
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Pouya Tahsilifahadan
Inova Health System
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Thomas Preston
Inova Health System
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Mehul Desai
Inova Health System
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Abstract

As the world learned about Covid-19, the application of ECMO also evolved as health systems in the United States had some time to prepare. We report our initial experience using extracorporeal support for Covid-19 patients with the resource challenges that attend a worldwide pandemic.

Peer review status:UNDER REVIEW

25 May 2020Submitted to Clinical Case Reports
01 Jul 2020Assigned to Editor
01 Jul 2020Submission Checks Completed
08 Jul 2020Reviewer(s) Assigned
24 Aug 2020Review(s) Completed, Editorial Evaluation Pending