Complications Management: Hemolysis in AMI Complicated by Cardiogenic Shock

December 20, 2017

Dr. Jeffrey Fowler of the University of Pittsburg Medical Center presents a case describing a patient who had been in the CCU for 8 hours before experiencing an output of pink-tinged urine. Dr. Fowler was paged with concerns about the patient’s risk for hemolysis. Tune in to learn more about Dr. Fowler’s management strategy for patient complications as well as other best practices when using hemodynamic support for AMI complicated by cardiogenic shock, including the use of right heart catheterization.

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