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Percutaneous coronary intervention on combined VA-ECMO and IMPELLA (ECPELLA) support may reduce myocardial damage in cardiogenic shock patients with STEMI who required mechanical circulatory support

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Doctor Takashi Unoki

Saiseikai Kumamoto Hospital, Kumamoto (Japan)
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