Management of sepsis.

Abstract

Severe sepsis remains a common cause of death in surgical patients. Eradication of the septic source and supportive care has long been the mainstay of treatment. In recent years, however, early goal-directed therapy, tighter glucose control, administration of drotrecogin alfa (activated), and steroid replacement have produced improved morbidity and… (More)

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