Pathophysiology and biomarkers of acute respiratory distress syndrome

  title={Pathophysiology and biomarkers of acute respiratory distress syndrome},
  author={Seitaro Fujishima},
  booktitle={Journal of intensive care},
Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is defined as an acute-onset, progressive, hypoxic condition with radiographic bilateral lung infiltration, which develops after several diseases or injuries, and is not derived from hydrostatic pulmonary edema. One specific pathological finding of ARDS is diffuse alveolar damage. In 2012, in an effort to increase diagnostic specificity, a revised definition of ARDS was published in JAMA. However, no new parameters or biomarkers were adopted by the… CONTINUE READING
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