ARDS


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AcronymDefinition
ARDSAcute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
ARDSAdult Respiratory Distress Syndrome
ARDSAssociation of Racing Drivers’ Schools (UK)
ARDSAdvanced Range Data System (Multi-Service Target Control System)
ARDSAirborne Research Data System
ARDSAccunet Reserved Digital Service (AT&T)
ARDSAuxiliary Radar Display System
ARDSAutomated Resources Directory Service
ARDSArmy Regional Directory System (Defense Message System)
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The company's strategy is to develop Surfaxin(tm) in direct ARDS, initially.
5] Clinical features of ARDS are severe dyspnoea, tachypnoea, and hypoxaemia refractory to supplemental oxygen along with the clinical features of the initiating injury.
Over the last 20-30 years researchers have come up with novel therapies but have not been able to move the needle substantially in terms of reducing mortality of ARDS patients," explains Professor Anand of Stanford University, USA.
The histologic counterpart to the clinical diagnosis of ARDS is diffuse alveolar damage.
In addition to renaming ARDS in 1994, the American-European Consensus Conference on ARDS standardized the definition of this syndrome and established clinical criteria used to differentiate ARDS from acute lung injury (ALI).
ARDS is a life-threatening condition of breathing failure caused by severe fluid build-up in the lungs, and it is a frequent cause of mortality in intensive care units.
GlobalData's research indicates that the ARDS pipeline is weak, with 12 molecules in the different phases of development.
INTRODUCTION: ARDS is a dynamic and complex inflammatory response.
ARDS needed to win this one to have any hope of avoiding relegation but instead they could only grab one point.
Clinically, the response to oxygen therapy is measured as the Pa02/FI02 ratio, which in ARDS is less than 200.