Diffuse alveolar hemorrhage-induced respiratory failure.


This case study discusses the management of type I respiratory failure (RF) secondary to diffuse alveolar-induced acute lung injury. Type I RF occurs with ventilation-perfusion mismatch resulting in inadequate oxygenation. Arterial oxygen saturation is usually less than 90% despite supplemental fraction of inspired oxygen (FIO(2)) greater than 60%. Type I… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/CNQ.0b013e31824566fb


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