The CESAR trial is comparing conventional ventilation methods with Extra-Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation for the treatment of severe acute respiratory failure in adults.
done to all the CESAR collaborators - 180 patients recruited and 6 months
follow up completed.
Well done to all the CESAR collaborators - 180 patients recruited and 6 months follow up completed.
The first international presentation of the results in the public domain were by Giles Peek at the Society of Critical Care Medicine's 37th Critical Care Congess in Hawaii, February 2008.
The Final Collaborators meeting was held on Wednesday 5th September 2008 at RUSI (Royal United Services Institute), Whitehall, where the initial results were presented.
Congratulations to all 70 centres who recruited at least one patient during July 2001 to August 2006
Best recruiting centres were: Bedford, Luton & Dunstable,Castle Hill, Glenfield, Gloucestershire, Royal Hallamshire, Leicester Royal, Queen Elizabeth Gateshead and Ayr Hospital
View full list of centres who have recruited
ECMO will continue to be provided by the team at Glenfield for NHS patients who would have been eligible for CESAR. Please call 0300 303 1573 and ask for the ECMO Coordinator. If you have a non-urgent question please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information about ECMO useful links
| CESAR site contents
|News||Protocol and Summary Protocol||Recruiting centres|
|Frequently Asked Questions||Economic Evaluation|
|Information for patients and relatives||Newsletters and press releases|
|CESAR Powerpoint presentations||ECMO events and training|
|CESAR Induction packs||Useful links|
|Emergency Inclusion Protocol (EIP)|
If you require more information
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|CESAR is funded by the HTA|
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