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The research of Yewande E. Odeyemi, M.B.B.S., focuses on improving the care and outcomes of patients hospitalized with acute pulmonary inflammation, including those with community acquired pneumonia (CAP) and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). The goal of Dr. Odeyemi's research is to individualize care using a precision-medicine approach to:
Pneumonia remains the leading infectious cause of hospitalizations and death worldwide despite effective vaccines, antimicrobial therapy and supportive care. Corticosteroid therapy could curb the exaggerated inflammation in pneumonia, but its use has remained undefined. Presently, doctors don't know which patients can benefit from steroids, and when or how much to prescribe. Dr. Odeyemi's research proposes an individualized approach to steroid treatment, seeking to give the right dose of steroids to the right patient at the right time.
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