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FACP. Colegio de médicos de Tarragona Nº 4305520 / fgcapriles@gmail.com

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Is Impella the Future of Mechanical Circulatory Support?

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LIPID RESCUE
Dr. Guy Weinberg
"LipidRescue™ resuscitation refers to the use of an intravascular infusion of a lipid emulsion to treat severe, systemic drug toxicity or poisoning. It was originally developed to treat local anesthetic toxicity, a potentially fatal complication of regional anesthesia that can also occur in other situations where patients receive local anesthetic injections. More recently, LipidRescue has been proposed (in articles in the ER literature and elsewhere) as a treatment modality for poisoning or overdose by lipophilic agents in general. "

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LipidRescue Registry
LIPAEMIC

(Lipid Injection for the Purpose of Antidotal Effect in
lipophilic Medicine IntoxiCation)
The LIPAEMIC Group is an international collaboration of experts in toxicology, emergency medicine, intensive care and anesthesiology. Their goal is to collect clinical data on cases of lipidrescue resuscitation. Please link to this site to learn more.