Correlates of prolonged hospitalization in inner-city ICU patients receiving noninvasive and invasive positive pressure ventilation for status asthmaticus
Pressure controlled ventilation in children with severe status asthmaticus
is one of the non-traumatic causes of death in high-school and college athletes.
Balance between pro-inflammatory cytokines and their inhibitors in BAL from patients with status asthmaticus
Importantly, MediciNova has developed an intravenous formulation of MN-221 that may effectively bypass the constricted airways in status asthmaticus
to deliver effective concentrations of the drug to the lungs.
In New Jersey over the 10-year period from 1992 to 2001, ICU admissions for status asthmaticus
increased from 10 per 100,000 children to 18 per 100,000, an increase of 80%, said Dr.
CHART 2 Common Potential Rated Age SPIA Impairments Aortic Aneurysm Cancer (excluding skin) Cerebral Palsy Closed Head Injury Coronary Artery Disease Diabetes Hypertension Liver Disorders Multiple Sclerosis Paraplegia Parkinson's Disease Pituitary Disorders Pulmonary Embolism Quadriplegia Seizures Stroke Status Asthmaticus
Subarrachnoid Hemorrhage Source: Gary Underwood, Genworth Financial, Lynchburg Va.
A cost-saving algorithm for children hospitalized for status asthmaticus
Approximately 4% of pregnancies are complicated by asthma, and status asthmaticus
Her history was remarkable because of her need for assisted ventilation with status asthmaticus
at the age of 2 years and subsequent every-other-day prednisone therapy up to the age of 5 years.
A number of stillbirths also have occurred, but the most recent, reported in 1949, involved a patient whose pneumomediastinum was associated with status asthmaticus
rather than labor.
In a strategic move last year, the Company decided to prioritize two of its most promising programs: MN-221 for the treatment of status asthmaticus
and MN-166 for the treatment of multiple sclerosis.
those having refractive hypoxemia, bleeding disorders, cardiovascular instability, status asthmaticus
and marked hypercapnia were excluded from the study.
or reversible airway obstruction not able to be ventilated conventionally or rapidly ameliorated