pulmonary hemorrhagic syndrome

pulmonary hemorrhagic syndrome(s)

Any of the nonneoplastic and noninfectious pulmonary pathologies that present with hemoptysis–eg, Goodpasture syndrome, idiopathic pulmonary hemosiderosis, hemorrhagic vasculitides, hypersensitivity angiitis and Wegener's granulomatosis. See Goodpasture syndrome, Wegener's granulomatosis.
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De Carvalho et al., "Leptospirosis-associated severe pulmonary hemorrhagic syndrome, Salvador, Brazil," Emerging Infectious Diseases, vol.
Umei and Ichiba, "A Case of Leptospirosis-Associated Severe Pulmonary Hemorrhagic Syndrome Successfully Treated with Venovenous Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation," Case Reports in Critical Care, vol.
The mortality rate in leptospirosis cases with severe pulmonary hemorrhagic syndrome (SPHS) is 30-60% even with adequate treatment [4, 7].
To the Editor: Severe pulmonary hemorrhagic syndrome (SPHS) is a serious complication of Leptospira infection, a globally widespread bacterial zoonosis that is increasing in incidence in tropical and subtropical regions.
(33) This study identified (47) (10%) patients with severe pulmonary hemorrhagic syndrome (SPHS) among 474 patients with leptospirosis.
We report the emergence of leptospirosis-associated severe pulmonary hemorrhagic syndrome (SPHS) in slum communities in Salvador, Brazil.
However, the 1995 Nicaragua outbreak raised awareness for leptospirosis as the cause of a severe pulmonary hemorrhagic syndrome (SPHS) (5).

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