Paediatric community-acquired septic shock: results from the REPEM network study

@inproceedings{Voorde2013PaediatricCS,
  title={Paediatric community-acquired septic shock: results from the REPEM network study},
  author={Patrick van de Voorde and Beth L Emerson and Borja Gomez and Jef Willems and Dinçer Yildizdaş and I. Iglowstein and Evelien Kerkhof and Nancy Mullen and C. Rodriguez Pinto and Thierry Detaille and Nadeem Qureshi and Julien Naud and Jozef De Dooy and R. Van Lancker and Alain G. Dupont and N. Boelsma and Meirav Mor and David M C Walker and Marc B. Sabbe and Said Hachimi-Idrissi and Liviana da Dalt and Henri Waisman and Dominique Biarent and Ian K. Maconochie and Henri{\"e}tte A. Moll and Javier Jim{\'e}nez Benito},
  booktitle={European Journal of Pediatrics},
  year={2013}
}
With this study we aimed to describe a “true world” picture of severe paediatric ‘community-acquired’ septic shock and establish the feasibility of a future prospective trial on early goal-directed therapy in children. During a 6-month to 1-year retrospective screening period in 16 emergency departments (ED) in 12 different countries, all children with severe sepsis and signs of decreased perfusion were included. A 270,461 paediatric ED consultations were screened, and 176 cases were identified… CONTINUE READING
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