Diabetes and Sepsis: Preclinical Findings and Clinical Relevance

@inproceedings{Schuetz2011DiabetesAS,
  title={Diabetes and Sepsis: Preclinical Findings and Clinical Relevance},
  author={Philipp Schuetz and Pedro Castro and Nathan I Shapiro},
  booktitle={Diabetes care},
  year={2011}
}
Because of its high prevalence and potential to alter critical elements of sepsis pathophysiology, diabetes is likely an important comorbid condition in this disease; yet the exact influence of diabetes on infection and the development of sepsis remain undefined. The aim of this article is to review evidence from preclinical and clinical trials to discuss the influence of diabetes on sepsis pathophysiology, susceptibility, and clinical outcomes. 
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