Lung Edema Clearance : 20 Years of Progress Invited Review : Lung edema clearance : role of Na-K-ATPase

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  title={Lung Edema Clearance : 20 Years of Progress Invited Review : Lung edema clearance : role of Na-K-ATPase},
  author={Jacob I Sznajder and David H. Ingbar},
  year={2002}
}
Sznajder, J. I., P. Factor, and D. H. Ingbar. Invited Review: Lung edema clearance: role of Na -K -ATPase. J Appl Physiol 93: 1860–1866, 2002. 10.1152/japplphysiol.00022.2002.—Acute hypoxemic respiratory failure is a consequence of edema accumulation due to elevation of pulmonary capillary pressures and/or increases in permeability of the alveolocapillary barrier. It has been recognized that lung edema clearance is distinct from edema accumulation and is largely effected by active Na transport… CONTINUE READING

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