Should we always use the peripheral cannula for distal leg reperfusion in femoro-femoral ECMO patients?
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Guillaume Lebreton has a research grant from Abiomed, does lectures for Maquet, Abiomed, Abbot, Livanova, Medtronic, and Edwards, and is a proctor for Syncardia, Jarvik, Heartware. The other authors declare no conflict of interest.
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