Fresh frozen plasma is permissive for systemic inflammatory response syndrome, infection, and sepsis in multiple-injured patients.

@article{Mica2016FreshFP,
  title={Fresh frozen plasma is permissive for systemic inflammatory response syndrome, infection, and sepsis in multiple-injured patients.},
  author={Ladislav Mica and Hanspeter Simmen and Cl{\'e}ment M. L. Werner and Michael Plecko and Catharina Keller and Stefan H. Wirth and Kai Sprengel},
  journal={The American journal of emergency medicine},
  year={2016},
  volume={34 8},
  pages={
          1480-5
        }
}
BACKGROUND The correction of coagulopathy with fresh frozen plasma (FFP) is one of the main issues in the treatment of multiple-injured patients. Infectious and septic complications contribute to an adverse outcome in multiple-injured patients. Here, we investigated the role of FFP in the development of inflammatory complications given within the first 48 hours. METHODS A total of 2033 patients with multiple injuries and an Injury Severity Score greater than 16 points and aged 16 years or… CONTINUE READING
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