By Lena M. Napolitano MD, Krishnan Raghavendran MD
This factor of severe Care Clinics will specialize in serious Acute respiration misery Syndrome and working with it within the ICU. issues will comprise: demanding situations and Successes in ARDS Research;Mechanical air flow with Lung protecting concepts: What works?; Gene remedy for ALI/ARDS;High Frequency Oscillatory air flow in ALI/ARDS;Prone positioning remedy in ARDS;Recovery and long term final result in ARDS; and Experimental types and emergeing hypotheses for ALI and ARDS
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ALI and ARDS: Challenges and Advances, An Issue of Critical Care Clinics (The Clinics: Internal Medicine) by Lena M. Napolitano MD, Krishnan Raghavendran MD