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Prehospital aspirin use is associated with reduced risk of acute respiratory distress syndrome in critically ill patients: A propensity-adjusted analysis.
Direct causes of acute respiratory distress syndrome were pneumonia and aspiration together contributing to 43.75% of patients.
Do glucocorticoids decrease mortality in acute respiratory distress syndrome? A metaanalysis.
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Abbreviations ARDS: Acute respiratory distress syndrome BAL: Bronchoalveolar lavage c-Casp 3: Cleaved caspase 3 c-PARP: Cleaved poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase cyt-Cyto c: Cytosolic cytochrome c ETC: Electron transport chain IF: Immunofluorescent ICAM: Intercellular adhesion molecule IL: Interleukin LEC: Lung epithelial cells MMP: Matrix metalloproteinase Mito: Mitochondria mit-Cyto c: Mitochondrial cytochrome c NOX: NADPH oxidase; mitochondria NF-[kappa]B: Nuclear factor-[kappa]B OXPHOS: Oxidative phosphorylation machinery OCR: Oxygen consumption rate ROS: Reactive oxygen species SC: Sham control SW: Shock wave therapy TGF: Transforming growth factor.
where a patient rapidly progressed to severe sepsis syndrome with acute kidney injury, acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) and multiorgan dysfunction syndrome.
Acute respiratory distress syndrome is a critical respiratory condition that can progress rapidly.
(1) When the endothelial-epithelial barrier is injured, interstitial and alveolar edema may develop, which, in turn, has a fundamental role in the development of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS).
They found that patients treated with proton beam therapy experienced lower rates of postoperative heart and lung problems, such as acute respiratory distress syndrome and death.
She was transferred to intensive care with very low oxygen levels, indicating acute respiratory distress syndrome.
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