This article describes a case study where a patient with ProtekDuo + oxygenator and Impella CP (PROpella) in biventricular failure and cardiogenic shock was reconfigured to venopulmonary-arterial (VP-A) extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO), secondary to leg ischemia. The ProtekDuo was subsequently used as double-lumen drainage cannula, returning blood into a newly percutaneously placed femoral arterial cannula, mimicking venoarterial (V-A) ECMO in VP-A configuration. The following day, an Impella 5.5 could be placed and the ProtekDuo was reconfigured back to its default venopulmonary (V-P) ECMO configuration, now again as PROpella with minimally invasive biventricular groin-free full mechanical circulatory support. However, while in VP-A, good drainage blood flows of up to 4.5 LPM could be achieved similar to the ProtekDuo forward flow. None of the lumens collapsed secondary to negative pressure in the system. Drainage through the ProtekDuo for VP-A ECMO is feasible and without complications for a 24-hour period. This new method extends the ProtekDuo’s spectrum of use.