They detail a new approach for oral, enteral, and/or parenteral nutrition, and discuss the connection between nutrition and outcome to reach recovery, including the best glucose control, individualized nutritional support, and avoidance of harmful interferences, and organ-targeted nutrition for the surgical/trauma patient, sepsis, the renal failure patient, ventilated patients with acute lung injury or acute respiratory distress syndrome, obesity, pancreatitis, the comorbid complex intensive care unit patient, and wound healing, as well as with extracorporeal life support.
What does ECLS stand for?
ECLS stands for Extracorporeal Life Support
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We have 38 other meanings of ECLS in our Acronym Attic
- Executive Car Lease & Renting BV (Netherlands)
- Expected Classroom Learning Results (various locations)
- Electronic Clinical Laboratory Reporting System (New York State Department of Health)
- Early Childhood Longitudinal Studies
- Eau Claire Lutheran School (Eau Claire, Wisconsin)
- Environmental Control and Life Support
- Espace Conditionnement Logistique Service (French: Packaging Logistics Service Area)
- Étudiants contre le Sida (French: Students against AIDS)
- European Charter of Local Self-Government (Congress of the Council of Europe)
- European China Law Studies Association (EU)
- School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences (Newcastle University; Newcastle upon Tyne, England, UK)
- Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Birth Cohort
- Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Kindergarten-First Grade Waves
- European Charter of Local Self-Government
- European Contact Lens Society of Ophthalmologists
- Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park (Bahamas National Trust)
- Environmental Control and Life Support System
- Extended Campus Library Services Section (now Distance Learning Section)
- Eau Claire Leader-Telegram (newspaper)
- Eliminating Child Labour in Tobacco (Geneva, Switzerland)
Samples in periodicals archive:
CARDIOHELP is the world's smallest portable heart-lung support system providing extracorporeal life support (ECLS) for up to six hours in patients whose heart and/or lungs are failing.
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.
1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- MAQUET Medical Systems USA, a leader in extracorporeal life support (ECLS) systems, today announced that its CARDIOHELP System has been used successfully in 100 cases in patients whose heart and/or lungs are failing since the System was launched in the United States last year.
ECMO Program receives award for its life-saving care of critically ill pediatric cardiac and pulmonary patients LOS ANGELES -- The Children's Hospital Los Angeles ECMO Program was named a recipient of the prestigious Award for Excellence in Life Support by the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization (ELSO), an international body of health care professionals who evaluate hospital treatment therapies for patients fighting complex cardiac disease and respiratory failure.
RASTATT, Germany, June 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- MAQUET Cardiopulmonary, a business unit of MAQUET Cardiovascular and a leader in extracorporeal life support (ECLS) systems, today announced that MAQUET CARDIOHELP System has won three awards in recognition of its innovative design and advanced technology and was selected as a finalist for a fourth award.
SUMMARY We report three paediatric cases, and summarise the reported experience in two others, with cardiorespiratory failure requiring extracorporeal life support for which supportive pump flows could not be maintained due to abdominal compartment syndrome.
Including key expert opinions in each section, "Complications in Pediatric Surgery" explores the following therapeutic areas: * head and neck surgery * thoracic and chest wall surgery * extracorporeal life support * fetal surgery * abdominal wall and hernia surgery * intestinal and vascular access * esophageal surgery * stomach, duodenum, and small intestine * colon and anorectal surgery * appendicitis * hepatobiliary surgery * surgery of the spleen * oncologic surgery * laparoscopic and thorascopic surgery * pediatric trauma * transplantation * urologic surgery For more information visit http://www.