Infection in the critically ill--questions we should be asking.

  title={Infection in the critically ill--questions we should be asking.},
  author={John R Prowle and Sarah Heenen and Mervyn Singer},
  journal={The Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy},
  volume={66 Suppl 2},
Best practice in infection control and management in the critically ill continues to generate considerable debate. The wide variation in current practice is witness to this continuing uncertainty. In large part this is due to the lack of a decent evidence base and to an over-reliance on deep-set dogma. Data that go against the grain are often conveniently overlooked and political imperatives frequently supervene. This article highlights some of these discrepancies and argues for a more balanced… CONTINUE READING

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