2009: Former South Korean president and 2000 Nobel Peace Prize recipient Kim Dae-jung died of multiple organ dysfunction syndrome.
What does MODS stand for?
MODS stands for Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome
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- Misperceptions of Dynamic Systems
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- Modular Data System
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- Multiple Objective Decision Support Systems
- Modular X-Ray Diffraction System for the Characterisation of Materials for Electronics
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amp;#8220;Recent discoveries provide evidence that TREM-1 plays an important role in the pathogenesis of not only sepsis but also cancer and other inflammation-associated conditions such as radiation-induced multiple organ dysfunction syndrome.
The study also suggested that while statins did not reduce the risk of pneumonia, multiple organ dysfunction syndrome, and surgical complications, they did reduce mortality in patients with postoperative multiple organ dysfunction syndrome and in those developing postoperative surgical complications.
Nutraceutical: Probiotics Indication: Multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS) Source: Am J Clin Nutr, March 2007;85(3):816-23.
Significantly greater reductions in multiple organ dysfunction syndrome scores and chest radiograph scores were observed in the treatment group.
NIEHS grantee Michael Karin of the University of San Diego, California, and colleagues sought to elucidate the role of NF-[kappa]B in severe systemic inflammation and multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS).
The clinical spectrum of the disease ranges from an influenza-like syndrome to Weil's disease and multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (1).