Lessons Learned From Clinical Studies in Pediatric ARDS
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Pulmonary, Pediatrics, 2022
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Pediatric acute respiratory distress syndrome (PARDS) is a manifestation of severe lung injury with a mortality rate of up to 35%. Despite this significance of PARDS in critically ill mechanically ventilated children, respiratory management remains largely supportive, with no data to support one approach over another. This session will highlight advances in the understanding of PARDS by relating experimental models to clinical experience and discussing recent advances in respiratory monitoring and management of PARDS and the identification of biomarkers that can be used for disease stratification and prognostication. Speakers will also discuss how to design clinical trials of PARDS, delivering much-needed scientific knowledge
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Content Type Presentation
Knowledge Area Pulmonary
Knowledge Area Pediatrics
Knowledge Level Intermediate
Knowledge Level Advanced
Membership Level Select
Tag Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome ARDS
Tag Pediatrics
Year 2022
pediatric ARDS
PALICC Definition
PARTY study
mortality risk
non-invasive ventilation
resource availability


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