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Acute
Respiratory Distress Syndrome Network (ARDSNet): Current and Completed
Studies



 

Site


Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Network: ARDSNet (National
Institutes of Health and National Heart Lung and Blood Institute)



 

Content

The
Current and Completed Studies section gives a summary of three completed
studies, two current studies and one upcoming. All are randomized
controlled trials. Direct contact details are not available for the
trials.

The site states in order to hasten the development of effective therapy
for ARDS, the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, National
Institutes of Health, initiated a clinical network to carry out
multicenter clinical trials of novel therapeutic agents for ARDS. The ARDS
Network was established as a contract program in 1994 following a national
competition.


  

Other information available

There
is a news section, contacts for committee chairs and for additional
information and links to related websites.


 

Access

Free.
No password or pre-registration required.


 

Comments

Although
the current and completed studies may well be listed in the National
Institutes of Health and/or National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute’s own
trial listings, it was thought helpful to link to this separate listing in
an important disease area.

 

It is unclear when the site and the study summaries were last updated.  

 

 




 

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Site

Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Network: ARDSNet (National Institutes of Health and National Heart Lung and Blood Institute)

 

Content

The Current and Completed Studies section gives a summary of three completed studies, two current studies and one upcoming. All are randomized controlled trials. Direct contact details are not available for the trials.

The site states in order to hasten the development of effective therapy for ARDS, the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, National Institutes of Health, initiated a clinical network to carry out multicenter clinical trials of novel therapeutic agents for ARDS. The ARDS Network was established as a contract program in 1994 following a national competition.

  

Other information available

There is a news section, contacts for committee chairs and for additional information and links to related websites.

 

Access

Free. No password or pre-registration required.

 

Comments

Although the current and completed studies may well be listed in the National Institutes of Health and/or National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute’s own trial listings, it was thought helpful to link to this separate listing in an important disease area.
 
It is unclear when the site and the study summaries were last updated.