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Chlorinated lipids predict lung injury and death in sepsis patients

(Saint Louis University) Researchers studied blood samples taken from patients diagnosed with sepsis and found that elevated chlorinated lipids predicted whether a patient would go on to suffer acute respiratory distress symptom (ARDS) and die within 30 days from a lung injury.
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