AMI Cardiogenic Shock

Patient Identification

Early Identification of Cardiogenic Shock Improves Outcomes

Timely treatment adhering to a best practice protocol, that includes early use of mechanical circulatory support, hemodynamic monitoring, and aggressive reduction of inotropes and pressors, can help patients achieve myocardial recovery.1

Resources from the Education Library

 

Implementing a Cardiogenic Shock Protocol to Improve Outcomes

Alexander Truesdell, MD, and Benham Tehrani, MD, discuss their experience implementing a cardiogenic shock protocol at Inova Heart & Vascular Institute.

 

Achieving >70% AMICS Survival: Insight from NCSI Study

William O'Neill, MD, discusses the application of best practices from the NCSI Study.

 

Using the NCSI Study Algorithm

Inder Singh, MD, presents a patient with AMI cardiogenic shock successfully treated following the NCSI Study algorithm.

Clinical Evidence

Learn more about key findings from NCSI Study and other ongoing clinical trials.

References

  1. O'Neill, W.W., TCT 2020.

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