Inhaled nitric oxide for hypoxemic respiratory failure: passing bad gas?

Ferguson, Niall D.; Granton, John T.; Ferguson, N D; Granton, J T
January 2000
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;1/11/2000, Vol. 162 Issue 1, p85
Academic Journal
journal article
Spotlights the use of inhaled nitric oxide (NO) for hypoxemic respiratory failure. Treatment of hypoxemic lung disease such as acute respiratory distress syndrome; History of NO and the discovery of its role in physiologic process, including vasodilation; Immunological effects of NO in reperfusion injury; Safety of NO.


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