For those who have been diagnosed with Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome, there is support, and you are not alone, so please click the Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Support Map link that follows to join the Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Support Map.
diseasemaps.org has created an amazing platform for over 800 diseases, conditions, disorders and/or syndromes connecting them to others who can relate, so they can find connections and resources to help them through. Support is key for those who are diagnosed with such conditions and knowing that you are not alone gives great peace of mind as well as hope. To donate to DiseaseMaps.org and help people with chronic and rare diseases, other syndromes and conditions, spread awareness about them and boost their research please click here and select the Funding tab to learn more and contact DiseaseMaps.org.
There is also an amazing community for those diagnosed with Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome offering an abundance of support and resources so those afflicted gain the support and understanding necessary. These wonderful resources will help those suffering come to terms and know that they are not alone. Please take a moment to become “Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Aware” and visit the ARDS Global website and for those who have been diagnosed with Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome, our hope is that you gain the support you deserve. Please know that you are never alone.
About the Featured Video
Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome affects not only the patient and their loved ones but also the many medical professionals who treat them. Dr Jacob I Sznajder and Dr Ankit Bharat, from Northwestern Memorial Hospital, speak about ARDS and the progress that has been made.