Goodpasture Syndrome

Bergs, Laura
October 2005
Critical Care Nurse;Oct2005, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p50
Academic Journal
Offers information on Goodpasture syndrome, also known as anti-glomerular basement membrane disease, a rare autoimmune disease. Pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment of the acute phase of Goodpasture syndrome; Nursing interventions for Goodpasture syndrome; Case study which illustrated the multisystem failure encountered by patients with the syndrome.


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