• Three patients with tularemia pneumonia developed adult respiratory distress syndrome and required positive end-expiratory pressure for adequate oxygenation. Rapid improvement was noted following appropriate antibiotic therapy, and mechanical ventilation was successfully discontinued after six to eight days.
(Arch Intern Med 1985;145:1435-1437)
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