Respiratory Distress Syndrome
Last Posted: Apr 10, 2023
- Collaborative strategies for deploying artificial intelligence to complement physician diagnoses of acute respiratory distress syndrome.
Negar Farzaneh et al. NPJ digital medicine 2023 4 (1) 62
- Leveraging Clinical Informatics and Data Science to Improve Care and Facilitate Research in Pediatric Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome: From the Second Pediatric Acute Lung Injury Consensus Conference.
Sanchez-Pinto L Nelson et al. Pediatric critical care medicine : a journal of the Society of Critical Care Medicine and the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies 2023 24(Supplement 1 2S) S1-S11
- Developing and evaluating a machine-learning-based algorithm to predict the incidence and severity of ARDS with continuous non-invasive parameters from ordinary monitors and ventilators.
Wu Wenzhu et al. Computer methods and programs in biomedicine 2023 230107328
- Discriminating Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome from other forms of respiratory failure via iterative machine learning.
Afshin-Pour Babak et al. Intelligence-based medicine 2023 100087
- Machine learning models for predicting acute kidney injury in patients with sepsis associated ARDS.
Zhou Yang et al. Shock (Augusta, Ga.) 2023
- Acute respiratory distress syndrome after SARS-CoV-2 infection on young adult population: International observational federated study based on electronic health records through the 4CE consortium
B Moal et al, PLOS ONE, Jan 4, 2023
- Circulating proteome of hospitalized patients uncovers six endophenotypes of COVID-19 and points to FGFR and SHC4-signaling in acute respiratory distress syndrome
W Ma et al, MEDRXIV, November 9, 2022
- Early prediction of moderate-to-severe condition of inhalation-induced acute respiratory distress syndrome via interpretable machine learning.
Wu Junwei et al. BMC pulmonary medicine 2022 22(1) 193
- Utilizing machine learning to improve clinical trial design for acute respiratory distress syndrome.
Schwager E et al. NPJ digital medicine 2021 4(1) 133
- The Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Deletion/Deletion Genotype Is a Risk Factor for Severe COVID-19: Implication and Utility for Patients Admitted to Emergency Department.
Annunziata Anna et al. Medicina (Kaunas, Lithuania) 2021 57(8)
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