Hemodynamic Support in Fluid-refractory Pediatric Septic Shock

@article{Ceneviva1998HemodynamicSI,
  title={Hemodynamic Support in Fluid-refractory Pediatric Septic Shock},
  author={Gary D. Ceneviva and J. Allan Paschall and Frank A. Maffei and Joseph Carcillo},
  journal={Pediatrics},
  year={1998},
  volume={102},
  pages={e19 - e19}
}
Objective. Assess outcome in children treated with inotrope, vasopressor, and/or vasodilator therapy for reversal of fluid-refractory and persistent septic shock. Design. Survey; case series. Setting. Three pediatric hospitals. Patients. Fifty consecutive patients with fluid-refractory septic shock with a pulmonary artery catheter within 6 hours of resuscitation. Interventions. Patients were categorized according to hemodynamic state and use of inotrope, vasopressor, and/or vasodilator therapy… Expand
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