Eduardo Reyes

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INTRODUCTION Given the pivotal role of T lymphocytes in the immune system, patients with septic shock may show T cell abnormalities. We have characterised the T cell compartment in septic shock and assess its clinical implications. METHODS T lymphocytes from the peripheral blood of 52 patients with septic shock and 36 healthy control subjects were(More)
In agreement with McDunn and Hotchkiss [1], we hypothesized that the simultaneous analysis of different immune system cell subsets would improve the prediction of outcome in septic shock patients. Abnormal redistribution of T-lymphocyte, NK-lymphocyte and B-lymphocyte subsets has been found to be involved in the pathogenesis of other diseases, but the(More)
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