Evaluation of vitamin C for adjuvant sepsis therapy.

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SIGNIFICANCE Evidence is emerging that parenteral administration of high-dose vitamin C may warrant development as an adjuvant therapy for patients with sepsis. RECENT ADVANCES Sepsis increases risk of death and disability, but its treatment consists only of supportive therapies because no specific therapy is available. The characteristics of severe… (More)
DOI: 10.1089/ars.2013.5401

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