Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome: Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms and Clinical Management
Sadis Matalon, Jacob Iasha Sznajder
Springer US, 1998 - Medical - 432 pages
Comprises 51 papers from the June 1997 conference. The papers are divided into six subject areas: sodium transport and fluid clearance across the normal and injured lungs; role of the pulmonary surfactant in the pathogenesis and treatment of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS); ventilatory st
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Regulation of the Sodium Pump in Hyperoxic Lung Injury
Lung Edema Clearance during Hyperoxic Lung Injury
The Role of Lung Lymphatics in Pulmonary Edema Clearance
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