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VAD devices available for a 10 kg patient with acute heart failure would include:
My patient on a Berlin Heart will have a palpable pulse and measurable blood pressure.
If your Berlin Heart is fully charged it will show the following:
What is the longest battery life on a driver (IKUS) when fully charged?
The assessment of the Berlin Heart EXCOR® should include the following (check all that apply):
The Berlin driver (IKUS) alarms “System Failure” and the membrane stops moving. What do you do?
Patient has full fill, incomplete ejection. What do you do?
Patient has 50% fill, complete ejection. What do you do? Check all that apply
What qualifies as a concerning clot that you should contact the VAD team to discuss anticoagulation management ASAP? Check all that apply
Which Berlin Heart EXCOR® parameters can you directly change to optimize the pump? Check all that apply:
What would you do to optimize this pump?
What is the most common cause of incomplete ejection?
What are the possible contributing factors to inadequate Berlin Heart EXCOR® filling? Check all that apply:
If your patient has a Berlin Heart EXCOR®, they can get an MRI.