Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome: Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms and Clinical Management by Sadis MatalonAcute Respiratory Distress Syndrome: Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms and Clinical Management by Sadis Matalon

Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome: Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms and Clinical Management

bySadis MatalonEditorJacob Iasha Sznajder

Paperback | September 7, 2012

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Acute lung injury, respiratory failure, and acute respiratorydistresssyndrome associ­ ated with sepsis and multiorgan dysfunction isbecoming more common in hospitals through­ out the world. Although new classesofantimicrobial medications have been introduced and aggressive intensive life support systems are in use in many hospitals, mortality remains in the range of35 to 65 percent in even the best equipped medical facilities. However, with new technologies inphysiology and cellularand molecularbiology, wonderful opportunities now exist for scientists to explore more effective approaches to identificationofpatients at risk, to develop better insights to pathogenic mechanisms, to use new tools to follow the progression and natural history ofdisease, and to develop better modes oftherapies. The NATOAdvanced Study Institute on Acute RespiratoryDistress Syndrome: Cel­ lularandMolecularMechanisms and ClinicalManagement was an outstanding opportunity for laboratory scientists and clinical investigators to discuss their own research approaches, explore opportunities for bringing newdimensions to their laboratories, and work together to identify possible clinical applications. The conference brought together investigators who have worked with patients ofall ages, including those who have so successfully treated in­ fants with respiratory distress syndrome. There is no doubt that this stimulating conference will bring new dimensions, new technologies, and new investigators into the scientific labo­ ratoriesofeach participant. This provides hope that new therapeutic approaches will eventu­ ally be available.
Title:Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome: Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms and Clinical ManagementFormat:PaperbackDimensions:432 pages, 24.4 × 17 × 0.02 inPublished:September 7, 2012Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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Sodium (Na+) Transport and Fluid Clearance Across the Normal and Injured Lungs: Regulation of the Sodium Pump in Hyperoxic Lung Injury; D.H. Ingbar, et al. Lung Edema Clearance During Hyperoxic Lung Injury; J.I. Sznajder, K.M. Ridge. Role of the Pulmonary Surfactant in the Pathogenesis and Treatment of ARDS: Host Defense Capacities of Pulmonary Surfactant; U. Pison, S. Pietschmann. Alterations of Pulmonary Surfactant in ARDS-Pathogenic Role and Therapeutic Perspectives; A. Gunther, et al. Mechanisms and Modification of Acute and Chronic Lung Injury: Gene Therapy for the Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome; P. Factor. The Use of Recombinant Antioxidants in Neonatal Respiratory Distress Syndrome; J.M. Davis. Ventilatory Strategies for the Management of Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS): The Use of PEEP in the Treatment of ARDS; J. Villar. Tracheal Gas Insufflation; A. Nahum. Nitric Oxide: Friend and Foe: Mechanisms of Nitric Oxide Induced Injury to the Alveolar Epithelium; S. Zhu, et al. Macrophage Killing of Mycoplasmas: Involvement of Surfactant Protein A and Nitric Oxide; J.M. Hickman-Davis, et al. Health Care Legislation: Health and Science Legislation in the United States; W.J. Martin, II. 39 Additional Articles. Index.