Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome in Burn Patients : Incidence and Risk Factor Analysis Sdra Chez Les Brûlés : Incidence Et Analyse Des Facteurs De

@inproceedings{SilvaAcuteRD,
  title={Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome in Burn Patients : Incidence and Risk Factor Analysis Sdra Chez Les Br{\^u}l{\'e}s : Incidence Et Analyse Des Facteurs De},
  author={Silva and 1 Festti and 1 Cardoso and 1 Lavado}
}
  • Silva, 1 Festti, +1 author 1 Lavado
Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) is a heterogenic clinical condition with complex pathological mechanisms. It affects critically-ill patients and is associated with high mortality rates and treatment costs.1,2 ARDS is characterized by severe acute hypoxemia following alveolar injuries in the lungs. Injuries are inflammatory in nature, leading to protein-rich pulmonary edema and acute respiratory failure.3 Since ARDS was first described by Ashbaugh et al.,4 there have been great… CONTINUE READING