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Mechanical Ventilation for Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome during Extracorporeal Life Support. Research and Practice

Abrams, Darryl ; Schmidt, Matthieu ; Pham, Tài ; Beitler, Jeremy R. ; Fan, Eddy ; Goligher, Ewan C. ; McNamee, James J. ; Patroniti, Nicolò ; Wilcox, M. Elizabeth ; Combes, Alain ; Ferguson, Niall D. ; McAuley, Danny F. ; Pesenti, Antonio ; Quintel, Michael ; Fraser, John ; Hodgson, Carol L. ; Hough, Catherine L. ; Mercat, Alain ; Mueller, Thomas ; Pellegrino, Vin ; Ranieri, V. Marco ; Rowan, Kathy ; Shekar, Kiran ; Brochard, Laurent ; Brodie, Daniel


Ventilator-induced lung injury remains a key contributor to the morbidity and mortality of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). Efforts to minimize this injury are typically limited by the need to preserve adequate gas exchange. In the most severe forms of the syndrome, extracorporeal life support is increasingly being deployed for severe hypoxemia or hypercapnic acidosis refractory to ...


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