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EuroELSO 2017

The EuroELSO 2017 website is online, with the most important information about the 6th EuroELSO Congress on ECMO-ECLS.

Mission

EuroELSO is the European branch of the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization (ELSO) established in Ann Arbor, MI, USA in 1989. This website has the objective to join all the European health care professionals and scientists who are dedicated to the development and evaluation of novel therapies for support of failing organ systems with extracorporeal life support. EuroELSO also provides educational programs for active centers as well as for the broader medical and lay communities and provides support to institutions delivering extracorporeal life support through continuing education, sharing knowledge, updating on original research, publications.
The guiding principles of EuroELSO are the same of ELSO:


Innovation
Seeking to identify and promote advances for the application of extracorporeal therapies.


Expertise
Bringing together world leaders in the care of critically ill patients for collaboration to advance quality of care through education and publication.


Clinical support
Maintaining a comprehensive registry of data to assist in reducing morbidity and improving survival of patients requiring extracorporeal therapies.


Community
Fostering communication and collaboration among professionals who apply advanced technologies in the treatment of refractory organ failure.

Workgroups

ELSO

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The Extracorporeal Life Support Organization (ELSO) is an international consortium of health care professionals and scientists who are dedicated to the development and evaluation of novel therapies for support of failing organ systems. Crucial is the promotion of a broad multidisciplinary collaboration. The primary mission of the Organization is to maintain a registry of, at least, use of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation in active ELSO centers. As appropriate, registries of other novel forms of organ system support are within the purview of ELSO. Registry data is to be used to support clinical research, support regulatory agencies, and support individual ELSO centers. ELSO provides educational programs for active centers as well as for the broader medical and lay communities.

www.elso.org

 

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