Identifying and Treating EVALI

February 04, 2020 00:20:31
Identifying and Treating EVALI
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
Identifying and Treating EVALI
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In recent years, the use of e-cigarette and vaping products has sharply risen.  Concomitant with the increased use is an increase in patients presenting with severe respiratory disease associated with these products. In this podcast we review the latest information on the clinical presentation, diagnosis, and treatment of patients presenting with e-cigarette associated acute lung injury (EVALI).  

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