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Study record managers: refer to the Data Element Definitions if submitting registration or results information. Mechanical ventilation is managed using low tidal volumes, relatively high respiratory rates, with oxygenation managed according to PEEP and FIO2 relationships as defined in a table. This study compares the ARDSnet protocol with an open lung approach to mechanical ventilation. The open lung approach uses a technique to recruit collapsed lung areas and then uses the lowest PEEP level that prevents recollapse of recruited lung units.

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Study record managers: refer to the Data Element Definitions if submitting registration or results information. Mechanical ventilation is managed using low tidal volumes, relatively high respiratory rates, with oxygenation managed according to PEEP and FIO2 relationships as defined in a table.

This study compares the ARDSnet protocol with an open lung approach to mechanical ventilation. The open lung approach uses a technique to recruit collapsed lung areas and then uses the lowest PEEP level that prevents recollapse of recruited lung units. Both the ARDSnet protocol and the open lung approach require low tidal volumes and plateau pressures. Evidence suggests that using a mechanical ventilation strategy of recruitment maneuvers to open the collapsed lung followed by high PEEP to prevent collapse of the opened lung with control of transpulmonary pressure through lower plateau pressures would maximize homogeneity within the lung and as such, minimize shearing forces in the lung parenchyma, thus improving ventilation and outcome in mechanically ventilated ARDS patients.

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Open Lung Approach in ARDS The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U. Federal Government. Read our disclaimer for details. Last Update Posted : September 18, Study Description. The purpose of this study is to find out if a new method of setting the ventilator for patients with severe ARDS is better than the standard, commonly used way of setting the ventilator.

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Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Clinical Network (ARDSNet)

The acute respiratory distress syndrome ARDS is an inflammatory disease of the lungs characterized clinically by bilateral pulmonary infiltrates, decreased pulmonary compliance and hypoxemia. Although supportive care for ARDS seems to have improved over the past few decades, few studies have shown that any treatment can decrease mortality for this deadly syndrome. The implications of this study with respect to clinical practice, further ARDS studies and clinical research in the critical care setting are discussed. ARDS is an inflammatory disease of the lungs characterized clinically by bilateral pulmonary infiltrates, decreased pulmonary compliance and hypoxemia [ 1 , 2 ].

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Mechanical ventilation: lessons from the ARDSNet trial

ARDS is mediated by alveolar damage from the release of inflammatory mediators. However, multiple animal studies and observational studies showed that these large tidal volumes and the consequential elevated plateau pressures were associated with significant barotrauma. The mean tidal volumes on days 1 to 3 were 6. This trial was investigated by the Office of Human Research Protections OHRP for ethical concerns, specifically that the educational materials as part of the informed consent process were inadequate. Despite the trial's controversies, the benefit of low Vt ventilation has been supported by a recent Cochrane meta-analysis. Surviving Sepsis Campaign severe sepsis and septic shock , adapted [5].

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NHLBI ARDS Network

The first clinical trial completed by the Network was a randomized, controlled trial of Ketoconazole versus placebo in patients with acute lung injury and ARDS. It enrolled participants. The LARMA study was a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled multi-center study with where each patient was randomized between Lisofylline and Placebo. It was designed to test whether the administration of lisofylline early after the onset of ALI or ARDS would reduce mortality and morbidity. The late phase of ARDS is often characterized by excessive fibroproliferation leading to gas exchange and compliance abnormalities. The objective of the LaSRS study was to determine if the administration of corticosteroids, in the form of methylprednisolone sodium succinate, in severe late-phase ARDS, would have a positive effect on this fibroproliferation, thereby reducing mortality and morbidity.

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