adult respiratory distress syndrome
Adult respiratory distress syndrome is a clinical condition in which there is shortness of breath, abnormal findings in chest x-ray, and low oxygen levels in the blood. It is usually associated with injury to the lung, and preceded with a variety of factors; including trauma, infection, pancreatitis, shock, burns, among many others.
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