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ARDS stands for?
Acute respiratory distress syndrome
ARDS is a clinical response to a significan _____ damage
Bodily
ARDS is know as STIFF ________
Lungs
ARDS is the sudden often severe lung inflammation. It usually involves ______ lungs
Both
The _________ of the lungs cause a scarring of the lungs
Inflammation
ARDS is when hypoxia that persists even when ________% of oxygen is adminstered
100
The decreased ___________ compliance is what makes the lungs feel stiff
Pulmonary
ARDS is a non- _________ issue
Cardiac
A dense pulmonary infiltrated are seen on __________
x-ray
Acute lung injury which damages the alveolar capillary membrane and lungs become _________
Fibrotic
When atelectasis occurs, the _______ become less compliant which makes for impaired gas exchangeq
Lungs
Refactory hypoxemia develops which makes the ARDS resistant to ___________ even with supplemental oxygen
Improvement
When Metabolic Acidosis occurs it leads to multiple ________ system dysfunction
Organ
Response to ____ physical or toxic injury to the lungs can cause ARDS...ex:
Chest Trauma
Crushing Injury
Inhalation injury
Toxic or gastric aspiration
Direct
Physiologica response to an ______ lung injury can cause ARDS...ex:
Sepsis
Severe Hemorrhage
Drug OVerdoses
Indirect
ARDS occurs ___-____ hours post initial injury
24-48hrs
Early manifestations of ARDS is Dyspnea, tachypnea and ________
Anxiety
S&S of ARDS:
Increased RR and use of accessory muscles
Increased Cyanosis
Decreased lung complaince
Continued respiratory failure results in mental ________
Confusion
Younger and healther patients will experience less _____ with lower mortality
Damage
Always monitor patients with ARDS for symptoms of respiratory _________
Failure