[Pulmonary function one year after extracorporeal lung assist. A long-term follow-up of patients with acute adult respiratory distress syndrome].


This retrospective follow-up studied lung function and reconvalescence in 38 young patients without primary lung disease, who suffered from severe ARDS and survived by means of extracorporeal lung assist (ELA) treatment. Over a period of 3, 6, 9 and 12-20 months dynamic and static lung volumes and the results of X-ray and CT scan of the thorax were studied… (More)


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