Antioxidant supplementation in sepsis and systemic inflammatory response syndrome

@article{Berger2007AntioxidantSI,
  title={Antioxidant supplementation in sepsis and systemic inflammatory response syndrome},
  author={Mette M Berger and Ren{\'e} L. Chiol{\'e}ro},
  journal={Critical Care Medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={35},
  pages={S584-S590}
}
Objective:Summarize the current knowledge about oxidative stress-related organ dysfunction in inflammatory and septic conditions, and its potential prevention and treatment by antioxidants in critically ill patients, focusing on naturally occurring antioxidants and clinical trials. Study Selection:PubMed, MEDLINE, and personal database search. Synthesis:Plasma concentrations of antioxidant micronutrients are depressed during critical illness and especially during sepsis. The causes of these low… Expand
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