Airway and Lung Injury Clinical Trials

Researchers in the Duke Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, and Critical Care Medicine actively pursue knowledge related to airway and lung injury.

Current Clinical Trials

Select a trial to read the full description on the clinicaltrials.gov Web site.

Early Versus Delayed Enteral Feeding to Treat People With Acute Lung Injury or Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (The EDEN Study)

This study will evaluate whether early or delayed full-calorie feeding through a feeding tube is more effective in reducing recovery time and increasing survival rates in people with ALI/ARDS.

Principal Investigator: Neil MacIntyre, MD

Functional Implications of TNF

The research plan proposes to develop translational studies in humans that will identify host susceptibility factors that confer vulnerability to the prototypal air pollutant, ozone. 

Investigators: W. Michael Foster, PhD and John Hollingsworth, MD

Enroll in a Pulmonary Clinical Trial at Duke

Researchers in our division are investigating a variety of treatments and therapies to respond to lung disease. Click here for a list of current clinical trials.