Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome - Still a Challenge to the Treating Physician
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Dissertation Chapters | Medicine Science | India | Volume 8 Issue 11, November 2019

Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome - Still a Challenge to the Treating Physician

Vijayashree Shrirang Gokhale, Anuj Jain, Kshitija Sajjan, Parati Rupesh Shivkumar, Dhiral Rajendra Mahajan, Sangram Mangudkar

Introduction: ARDS or adult respiratory distress syndrome is serious illness of high mortality and morbidity.A high index of suspicion and lookout for early signs, helps in early diagnosis, treatment and a fairly good outcome. Aims and objectives: This cross-sectional observational study had the following aim-To study the clinical profile of Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome, its radiology, and echocardiography, to identify etiology and co-morbid conditions Methodology: 30 consecutive patients admitted to ICU of a Medical College Hospital in Semi-urban Maharashtra were selected after meeting inclusion criteria on the lines of Berlin Criteria of ARDS. Data collected, tabulated and analysed. Conclusions: Our Study concluded that outcomes were not related to age, gender or the existence of co-morbidities.Rather Etiology, the time of coming to hospital, early detection and treatment of ARDS, affected outcomes. Both H1N1, with severe ARDS and Klebsiella +ve culture had worse prognosis. Key words: ARDS, H1N1, Acute pancreatitis, Klebsiella

Keywords: Key words: ARDS, H1N1, Acute pancreatitis, Klebsiella

Edition: Volume 8 Issue 11, November 2019

Pages: 760 - 763

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Vijayashree Shrirang Gokhale, Anuj Jain, Kshitija Sajjan, Parati Rupesh Shivkumar, Dhiral Rajendra Mahajan, Sangram Mangudkar, "Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome - Still a Challenge to the Treating Physician", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=ART20202653, Volume 8 Issue 11, November 2019, 760 - 763

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