ECLS


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AcronymDefinition
ECLSEnvironmental Control and Life Support
ECLSSchool of Education, Communication and Language Sciences (Newcastle University; Newcastle upon Tyne, England, UK)
ECLSEuropean China Law Studies Association (EU)
ECLSExtracorporeal Life Support
ECLSÉtudiants contre le Sida (French: Students against AIDS)
ECLSEuropean Charter of Local Self-Government (Congress of the Council of Europe)
ECLSEspace Conditionnement Logistique Service (French: Packaging Logistics Service Area)
ECLSEarly Childhood Longitudinal Studies
ECLSEau Claire Lutheran School (Eau Claire, Wisconsin)
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Whether blood lactate or LC is a useful tool to evaluate the benefit of ECLS in refractory CA has not yet been clearly assessed.
According to the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization (ELSO) registry data, over 16,430 adult patients have received ECLS as of July 2016.
described a series of four severe polytraumatized patients with inverted Takotsubo cardiomyopathy; all patients were treated by ECLS with a favorable evolution for 2 patients.
It is the Intensive Care Unit's first ECLS. Senior sister Margaret Faley said: "Without any doubt the ECLS machine has led to the survival of many children - around 100 in UK.
The phenomenon of ACS complicating paediatric ECLS has been the subject of two recent case reports: in one patient, percutaneous placement of a decompressive peritoneal dialysis catheter allowed continuation of ECLS (4,5).
Throughout my analysis of the test-score data, I accounted for differences in previous student achievement, according to ECLS results, by adjusting for each student's achievement at the end of kindergarten.
We expect any asset quality deterioration as ECLs normalise to be easily manageable for the group because we believe that the bank is well-positioned to mitigate the risks associated with its expansion.
HP Mile's new encapsulated ECLs are durable and water-resistant and allow for customization according to industry standards.
The portable support system thereby assumes the function of the heart and/or lungs with extracorporeal life support (ECLS), ensuring that the patient receives adequate oxygen and has a stable circulation during inter- and intra-hospital transport (up to six hours), Al Nooryani added.
The rich data of the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Kindergarten Class of 1998-99 (ECLS), provide nearly ideal data for this research.