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  • Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome: Advances in Diagnosis and Treatment. [Journal Article]
  • JAMAJAMA 2018 Feb 20; 319(7):698-710
  • Fan E, Brodie D, Slutsky AS
  • CONCLUSIONS: The Berlin definition of acute respiratory distress syndrome addressed limitations of the American-European Consensus Conference definition, but poor reliability of some criteria may contribute to underrecognition by clinicians. No pharmacologic treatments aimed at the underlying pathology have been shown to be effective, and management remains supportive with lung-protective mechanical ventilation. Guidelines on mechanical ventilation in patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome can assist clinicians in delivering evidence-based interventions that may lead to improved outcomes.
  • A Peculiar Case of InvasiveStreptococcus pneumoniae. [Journal Article]
  • CRCase Rep Infect Dis 2017; 2017:1530507
  • Ahmed AR, Townsend L, … Fleming C
  • Patients commonly present to the emergency department with acute respiratory distress; however, the differentials are broad and at times difficult to distinguish. We describe a case of severe communi...
  • Use of high-dose intermittent systemic glucocorticoids and the risk of fracture in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. [Journal Article]
  • BONEBone 2018 Feb 17
  • Oshagbemi OA, Burden AM, … de Vries F
  • CONCLUSIONS: Intermittent high-dose GCs was not associated with an increased risk of any, osteoporotic, hip or clinically symptomatic vertebral fractures in patients with COPD. Current GC use was however associated with an increased risk of hip and clinically symptomatic vertebral fractures. Therefore, emphasis on prophylactic treatment of fractures may not be essential in patients with COPD receiving intermittent dose of GCs, whereas this should be considered for high-dose long-term users with advanced COPD disease stage, postmenopausal women and men over 40 years.
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