Sindrome acuta da stress respiratorio (ARDS)



L’esatta incidenza dell’ARDS non è nota, poiché nella maggior parte delle diagnosi non viene impiegata una definizione univoca. Si può, comunque, affermare che sussiste una frequenza di circa 2–8 casi di malattia per 100.000 abitanti.

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