Expert statement for the management of hypovolemia in sepsis

@article{Perner2018ExpertSF,
  title={Expert statement for the management of hypovolemia in sepsis},
  author={Anders Perner and Maurizio Cecconi and Maria Cronhjort and Micha{\"e}l Darmon and Stephan M. Jakob and Ville Pettil{\"a} and Iwan C. C. van der Horst},
  journal={Intensive Care Medicine},
  year={2018},
  volume={44},
  pages={791-798}
}
Abstract Hypovolemia is frequent in patients with sepsis and may contribute to worse outcome. The management of these patients is impeded by the low quality of the evidence for many of the specific components of the care. In this paper, we discuss recent advances and controversies in this field and give expert statements for the management of hypovolemia in patients with sepsis including triggers and targets for fluid therapy and volumes and types of fluid to be given. Finally, we point to… 
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