A 29-year-old-female was admitted for sudden cardiac arrest. At admission to the ED, the patient was hemodynamically stable and preserved systolic blood pressure without inotropes. X Ray showed features of Pulmonary Odema. LVEF was 25-30%. The patient was transferred for Angio during which she showed symptoms of Cardigenic Shock. She was eventually managed with ECMO. Post which she developed a series of complications including Limb Ischemia, Thrombosis, Infections etc. but was discharged 70 days post treatment and rehabilitation without any neurological deficits, walking with the support of walker.
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