Aneurysm was ruptured during aorto-bicaval cannulation so emergency cardiopulmonary bypass was established.
What does ECPB stand for?
ECPB stands for Emergency Cardiopulmonary Bypass (resuscitation)
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We have 4 other meanings of ECPB in our Acronym Attic
- Ecumenical Council Pasadena Area Churches (California)
- Établissement de Communication et de Production Audiovisuelle de la Défense (French: Establishment of Communication and Audiovisual Production of Defense)
- European Collaborative Project on Affective Disorders
- End Child Prostitution and Trafficking (Brooklyn, NY)
- End Child Prostitution in Asian Tourism (now End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and the Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes)
- End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and the Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes (formerly End Child Prostitution in Asian Tourism; global network/organization)
- Eastern Cape Parks Board (South Africa)
- École de Conduite et Pilotage La Bresle (French driving school)
- Ecology, Conservation and Pathogen Biology (University of Hawaii)
- Electronically Controlled Pneumatic Braking (railway technology)
- Entente Cycliste Pierre Bénite Saint Genis Laval (French cycling club)
- Early Childhood Parenting Center (Santa Monica, CA)
- Economic Classification Policy Committee
- Effective Cost per Click (advertising)
- Électricité Climatisation Plomberie Conseil (French electrical, air conditioning and plumbing company)
- Elliptic Curve Point Counting (algorithm)
- Elm City Parks Conservancy (New Haven, CT)
- Emerald Coast Pagan Community (Panama City, FL)
- Emergency Communications Preparedness Center (various US federal agencies)
- Energy Consumption per Capita (by country)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Most recently, he was professor of surgery and medicine at the University of Colorado, and senior medical director of emergency medicine at University of Colorado Hospital, where he headed a research group with active programs in real-time diagnostic technology, hemodynamics, hypothermia, stroke biomarkers, fibrinolytics and emergency cardiopulmonary bypass.