Century-Old Question on Fluid in Lungs Answered

December 8, 2022


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Pulmonary edema, a buildup of fluid in the lungs that can be fatal, is a condition that has plagued the medical community for years, but researchers at the University of Michigan may have solved this medical mystery. The pandemic and the surge in RSV cases intrigued James Grotberg, a U-M professor of biomedical engineering, and Francesco Romano, an associate professor of fluid mechanics at Arts et Métiers ParisTech, to complete the research to find any crucial insights on pulmonary edema. Grotberg explores the findings of their study and its potential usefulness.

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