Personalised treatments in ARDS: Can phenotyping help?
This talk delves into the personalised treatments in ARDS, providing an overview of the discovery of phenotypes and how to translate this biological information into something more tangible, and what the future holds.
- Gain an overview of ARDS
- To understand what the problem of heterogeneity is
- Review the discovery of phenotypes
- Gain knowledge on the pathways to clinical implementation
Dr Pratik Sinha, Assistant Professor, Division of Critical Care at Washington University, St Louis, is a physician-scientist in the U.K and practicing in the US. His research interests are in lung biology and immune responses, respiratory physiology and data science. As a clinician, he specialises in intensive medicine
Dr Pratik uses multidimensional biological and clinical data to find biologically homogeneous subgroups in ARDS and sepsis with a view to developing precision-based care in the ICU.
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