Good News from Finland - acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS)
Hidden in British Lung Foundation 5 years ago
Just come across this, may be of interest to a few here. Apologies if this has already been posted, article dated 7 January 2014:
Putting Lungs Under Less Stress.
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My mum has recently gone through heart surgery where there were complications when replacing the aortic valve. She now has ARDS and I am so...
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Three factors that predict life-threatening respiratory disease in burn patients.
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Hi, I'm Noelle, I'm 28 years old and... this is my story, in a nutshell...
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One minute cure
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Hi can anyone give me some information on this one minute cure and where I can buy 35 hydrogen peroxide.cant get it in the uk.
Shortness of breath,rapid breathing,difficulty swallowing,frequently after a meal.Weakness.
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6MWT............Six minute walk test
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